1. Task 8.2,6 : Anomalocaris, Schinderhannes « Work Plan 8. Biomechanical simulation of fishes fins »


    from Yutaca Sawai Added 53 5 0

    Work Plan 8. Biomechanical simulation of fins in fishes Task 8.2 : Anomalocaris Task 8.6 : Schinderhannes bartelsi Schinderhannes bartelsi and Anomalocaris Schinderhannes bartelsi is an…

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    • Task 9.4 : Bees « Work Plan 9. Biomechanical simulation of animals flights »


      from Yutaca Sawai Added 29 2 0

      This creation is a discovery of the theorem of voluntary movement of natural animal as well as a invention of the universal mechanical linkage. A perfect mechanism which get the center was a master…

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      • The Hungry Fly: Hydrodynamics of feeding in the common house fly


        from Manu Prakash Added 845 2 1

        A large number of insect species feed primarily on a fluid diet. To do so, they must overcome the numerous challenges that arise in the design of high-efficiency, miniature pumps. Although the morphology…

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        • Flying in Two Dimensions


          from Manu Prakash Added 217 2 1

          Diversity and specialization of behavior in insects is unmatched. Insects hop, walk, run, jump, row, swim, glide and fly to propel themselves in a variety of environments. We have uncovered an unusual…

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          • National Science Foundation - Physics of Living Systems (PoLS) Program Overview


            from Joseph Dwyer Added 53 2 0

            Informational video on the NSF PoLS Program and its ongoing work to build a supportive research community for scientists applying physical principles to study the functional behavior of biological…

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            • "Intimidating at first:" An inside look at a Harvard research department


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              An intimidating environment? Perhaps. But these researchers and staff members at Harvard Medical School's Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology know how to balance hard…

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              • TWS Alumna Shruti Krishnamoorthy


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                Shruti Krishnamoorthy is a TWS alumna. She graduated from Western University with an honour B.Sc and M.Sc. in Medical BioPhysics, as well as a Certificate in Molecular Imaging. Shruti is currently…

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                • Physics of Human and Superhuman Vision part 1/2


                  from phil nelson Added 602 2 2

                  Heinz Pagels Memorial Lecture, Aspen Center for Physics, June 2011. Videography by Grassroots TV12, Aspen CO. Editing by Rye Zupancis. Slides are available at http://www.physics.upenn.edu/~pcn/110622aspen.pdf

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                  • Collin M. Stultz RLE Investigator Profile


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                    Investigator Profile of Prof Collin M. Stultz from the Research Lab of Electronics at MIT. The footage was shot on location in Cambridge by Greg Hren Photography.

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                    • Tumor therapy – Fast ions in the fight against cancer


                      from Ilka Brosch Added 72 1 0

                      Tumors can be treated using ion-beam radio-therapy. Ions are accelerated to precisely controlled speeds in a particle accelerator. They penetrate into the body, almost without harming healthy tissue…

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