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This unique eductional video presents research findings on the effect of gravity on blood pressure. Authored by Dr. Kalyani Premkumar and Dr. Paul Lee from the University of Saskatchewan, the project combines documentation of lab procedures, data analysis and instructional design to provide students with an excellent learning expererince. Executive Producers: College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Technology Enhanced Learning program, Government of Saskatchewan; & Educational Media Access and Production Written by: Dr. Kalyani Premkumar & Dr. Paul Lee Narration: Dr. Bill Roesler Instructional Designer: Barbara Schindelka Producer Director: Bill Nixon Post-Production Supervisor: Michael Milo+ More details
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Writer, Director, Producer A promotional video for the Center for Ecological and Environmental Technology at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.+ More details
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Healthcology is a global design project meant to facilitate medical waste management in hospitals. It has three main goals materialized by three concepts improving the sorting of recyclable material. And this is where the project comes from...+ More details
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The Applied Snow and Avalanche Research Group (ASARC) at the University of Calgary gives talks every year on group's current snow and avalanche research. These talks were given in November of 2010, free to the general public. This is the first part of a talk given by Cora Shea, a PhD Candidate in Geophysics, and it covers the use of thermal photography in snow and avalanche studies.+ More details
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This video covers the research you should be doing for business/domain names before moving forward with them, including sites that help you brainstorm possible domain/company names, using the TESS database to research and prevent trademark conflicts, and checking to see if your chosen name is available as a username on various social media sites+ More details
Imagine a National Park as a living and breathing entity. How would you monitor its health and keep it preserved for future generations? National park scientists, among many others, act as stewards for our nation’s great natural and cultural treasures. Finding the pulse of a national park is no easy task and requires hundreds of hours of field and lab work. Science Minute Movies profiles staff in eight Pacific Northwest national parks and offers a behind-the-scenes look at science in action.+ More details
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Becky visited the Ashland University campus in 2010 to present some of her doctoral research from Oregon Health Science University. In this video she gives advice to students on getting involved in research, and the differences between graduate school, medical school, and combined MD/PhD programs.+ More details
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L’uomo da sempre desidera carpire il segreto di creature come la salamandra: possedere la capacità di rigenerare i propri arti una volta perduti, i propri organi una volta danneggiati. Nutrire questo sogno è possibile grazie alla ricerca sulle cellule staminali, cellule ancora non differenziate, con l’enorme capacità di trasformarsi in diversi tipi di cellule. Elena Cattaneo, ordinario di farmacologia all’Università degli Studi di Milano (e premio 2008 “Grande Ippocrate per il Ricercatore medico dell’anno”), dirige un Centro di ricerca sulle cellule staminali di fama mondiale e si è distinta per le ricerche sulle malattie neurodegenerative. “Salamandra” è stato presentato all’edizione 2010 di Vedere la Scienza Festival, Festival Internazionale del Video, del Film e del Documentario Scientifico (Spazio Oberdan, Milano) e allo European Science TV and New Media Festival 2012 di Dublino. Ulteriori informazioni: http://users.unimi.it/unistem/index.php/scienza-per-tutti/salamandra-cellule-di-speranza/+ More details
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