1. iClone3 - Mini project M-O (Microbe Obliterator)


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    Machinima, 3D Animation Movie Real time. Mini project M-O (Microbe Obliterator) made with iClone 3.2 Based on an original idea by Emma and Margot (My daughters! 7 and 3 years). Model M-O Droid from Wall-E, created with sketchup by COSEDIMARCO. -"M-O (Microbe Obliterator) is a tiny, obsessive maintenance robot who cleans "the ship" and inspects incoming shipments for foreign contaminants. (Movie "Wall-e" by Disney Pixar)" http://www.cosedimarco.com/ Model is available for download from the 3D Warehouse. http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=e6328347f62514644681d2c1d55e6dbc iClone 3.2 by Reallusion iClone3 EX Download - Experience iClone3 FREE with No Expiration. http://www.reallusion.com/iclone/ic_trial.asp -------------------------------- Machinima, Film d'animation 3D en temps réel. Mini project M-O (Microbe Obliterator) réalisé avec iClone 3.2 D'après une idée originale de Emma et Margot (Mes filles !7 et 3 ans). Modèle M-O Droid de Wall-E, créé avec sketchup par COSEDIMARCO. -"M-O (Microbe Obliterator) est un minuscule robot d'entretien obsessionnel qui nettoie le "bateau" et inspecte les expéditions . (Film "Wall-e" par Disney-Pixar)" http://www.cosedimarco.com/ Le modèle est disponible pour le téléchargement à partir de la 3D Warehouse. http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=e6328347f62514644681d2c1d55e6dbc iClone 3.2 par Reallusion Télécharger iClone3 EX - Essayez iClone3 EX gratuitement sans date d'expiration. http://www.reallusion.com/iclone/ic_trial.asp Selection and participation in Atopic Festival. Sélection et participation à l'Atopic Festival. http://www.atopicfestival.com

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    • Paramecium Battlefield


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      darkfield lighting, 1080p24 and 720p60 on a Panasonic GH2, 100 mbs Intra codec. Music - "Facehugger" by James Horner

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      • Water Flea Waltz


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        For the first time in history, researchers at the Max Plankton Institute in the Netherlands have recorded piano music practised by a common water flea. First light of the phenomenon was obtained using darkfield microscopy. The research is expected to be nominated for the Breakthrough Of The Year-award from the prestigious journal Science, as the finding sheds a whole new perspective on the origin of live music. The award is one of the highest distinctions in science.

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        • Untitled


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          • Microbe Evolution


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            Science for the Public, February 12, 2013. Chris Marx, PhD, Associate Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University. Dr. Marx and his colleagues investigate how genetic modifications within one microbe community can influence modifications in a neighboring species. This research provides a wealth of new information about a very complex process and is useful for genetics, medicine, alternative energy and other fields.

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            • And Above All


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              • Microbe Orchestra


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                Microbe Orchestra is an audio-visual installation which focusses on the way technologies literally orchestrate anew the relations between the visible and the invisible in a given space, and reassemble therein the relations between the existent (already orchestrated) edges and centers of the material and social fabric, the micro and the macro, what counts as a cause, what counts as agency, what can be done, which space or place is reserved for whom, who are chorus and who is hero.

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                • Science Bulletins: Caving for Cures—Mining Drugs From Nature


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                  Brian Bachmann, an assistant professor of chemistry at Vanderbilt University, has combined his professional interest in natural products drug production with his hobby of caving to set up the first systematic program to search for novel drugs produced by cave-dwelling microorganisms. Each microbe can produce tens of thousands of molecules, of which one to ten may have drug-like potential. Cave ecosystems are untapped reservoirs of biodiversity in which there is fierce competition for a limited supply of nutrients. Microbes that thrive in these highly competitive environments are good candidates for producing compounds that can be used to fight disease. Science Bulletins is a production of the National Center for Science Literacy, Education, and Technology (NCSLET), part of the Department of Education at the American Museum of Natural History.

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                  • Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics (APUA)


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                    • Psammosa pacifica - resting on the bottom surface


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                      A newly described microscopic flagellate, Psammosa pacifica is one of the basal dinoflagellates that lacks typical dinokaryon seen in core dinoflagellates aka dinokaryotes.

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