1. Crazy about Biomedicine

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    Crazy about Biomedicine is a new educational program by IRB Barcelona and the Fundació Catalunya–La Pedrera launched at the end of 2012 and which began in January 2013. The name is also an apt description for the 24 high school students selected to participate in the year-long series of seminars and hands-on activities in the lab. The goal of this project is to give these first-year baccalaureate students the chance to explore the exciting world of biomedicine and challenge their inquisitive minds. More than 400 students from schools all over Catalonia applied for the programme. Through the course’s practical and theoretical sessions, the participants will have the opportunity to take a step back from their textbooks and experience what science is all about. Working alongside researchers from the Institute, they will learn what the latest questions in biomedicine are – and also see how scientists are figuring them out. Initiatives such as this one are meant to help boost interest in science among youngsters, thereby combating the worrying decline in scientific vocation across Europe.

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    • Science Foundation Arizona - Return on Investment for Arizona

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      Science Foundation Arizona is attracting new industry, high-paying jobs and economic growth to Arizona through strategic research investments in science and technology. As Science Foundation incubates new businesses, the revenue tax base for the state increases at the same time. Examples of strategic research returning real results for our state include: - A new fuel from algae that can replace our reliance on foreign oil - Life-saving drug therapies for Alzheimers - Breakthroughs in a revolutionary silicon that makes solar products cheaper and readily available - New mining technologies that are redefining the mining industry in Arizona Without this important research support, Arizona will be severely challenged to create new technology products, attract new businesses and grow our tax base and high quality of life - today and for generations to come. Join Science Foundation Arizona and get involved in Innovation at Work by visiting www.sfaz.org

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      • Mark Bastin: Visualizing Brain White Matter using Diffusion MRI

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        Mark Bastin gives a very clear explanation of how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is being used to study diffusion of water in living tissues, such as the human brain. He presents spectacular and detailed 3D images of the structure of the white matter in living, working brains. This talk was part of VIZBI 2010, the EMBO workshop on visualizing biological data (http://vizbi.org). This video has been filmed and distributed with permission under a creative common license.

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        • CYCLICA what we do....no technical terms

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          This video was created to communicate what Cyclica is doing. Our exciting platform has the potential to disrupt the drug design process. By Analyzing Drug-Protein interactions using biologically relevant databases, we have created a powerful engine to predict side effects and improve the speed and accuracy of drug design. Fast. Accurate. Targeted.

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          • Steve Pieper: Visualizing Anatomy and Function from MRI Data

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            Steve Pieper is an expert on visualizing human anatomy and function using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). He discusses clinical uses of MRI visualization, such as diagnosis, and he highlights advanced applications of MRI that are being used for more exploratory biomedical research. He ends with a discussion of open issues and challenges. This talk was part of VIZBI 2010, the EMBO workshop on visualizing biological data (http://vizbi.org). This video has been filmed and distributed with permission under a creative common license.

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            • William Sax - Healing and Rituals

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              "The logic of modern health care does not admit rituals into it and it cannot do so." William Sax, Head of the Department of Anthropology at Heidelberg University, discusses his field work on healing rituals in the Himalayas and the difficulty of finding a place for traditional healing within the institutionalized health system and evidence-based medicine. Dr. Sax voices his concern that rituals shown to be effective such as possession may be marginalized, diluted and excluded in the push for Global Mental Health.

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              • How Your Psychology Becomes Your Biology - webinar

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                How Your Psychology Becomes Your Biology Moderated by Jane Durst Pulkys, BSc., RNCP Join Jane for a lively and inspiring discussion on how your psychology becomes your biology. Optimism isn’t just the annoying trait of the guy next door! Good or bad, our body reacts to emotions that we feel. Much of our own suffering is due to negative emotional energies that have become trapped within us. Discover how they impact us, where they came from, what we can do to rid them, and ultimately live the best life ever!! Once we understand the true nature of the 7 Energy Centers, anything is possible and we can all become the guy next door!! Registration: FREE To register in Canada call: Biomed 1-800-665-8308 ~ fax: 1-866-881-2888 order@biomedicine.com www.biomedicine.com To register in USA call: TerraMedica 1-888-415-0535 ~ fax: 1-866-881-2888 order@terra-medica.com www.terra-medica.com

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                • UCLA Panel on Animal Research - Panelists' slides

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                  Slides presented during the introductory comments and Q&A period at the Panel on the Science and Ethics of Animal-Based Research.

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                  • David Shattuck: Visualizing Anatomy Data

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                    David Shattuck (http://bit.ly/qWdhpD) presents a survey of the rapidly evolving field of biomedical imaging, and includes some stunning images from his own work on brain imaging. He also discusses the role played by data visualization, which is critical in diagnosis, validation, and interpretation. He identifies the key challenges as keeping apace with increasing data complexity, size, and interconnectedness. This talk was presented at VIZBI 2011, an international conference series on visualizing biological data (http://vizbi.org) funded by NIH & EMBO. This video was filmed and distributed with permission under a creative common license.

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                    • BioScenario Cap.00 V.O

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                      Espai de divulgació científca sobre el panorama de la biotecnologia i la biomedicina de les Illes Balears. Produït per www.Bioibal.org (2011). Agraïments:

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