1. Prokaryotic Nucleotide Excision Repair

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    from Andrew Goodsell Added 16 0 0

    An animation outlining a generalised mechanism of prokaryotic global nucleotide excision repair in response to UV damage. This was made using Blender: http://www.blender.org/ Music is Billy…

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    • Climate model in low (~200km) vs. high (~13km) resolution mode

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      from Climate Science Visuals Added

      The movie shows a weather visualization layer as well as simulated snow/ice coverage over a mosaic of satellite images with topography. The visualization begins 1 February and runs for approx. 2 weeks.…

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      • Sea for Society Blue Talks Dublin - John Joyce 'Being Nemo - Misadventures of a Marine Science Communicator'

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        from AquaTT Added 49 0 0

        Sea for Society aims to bring about a shift in attitude and an increase in public awareness around the issue of maintaining a sustainable marine ecosystem. On 14 July 2015, an evening of Blue Talks…

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        • Untitled (La Selva)

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          from OTS Graduate Program Added 96 1 0

          Winner of the 2015 OTS Tropical Biology Graduate Course Film Festival. Filmed at La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica. June 2015. Organization for Tropical Studies http://ots.ac.cr/

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          • Scienseed: New ways to communicate science

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            Scienseed is a multifunctional agency for the dissemination of scientific findings. We promote public engagement in science through all available tools in the Era of Information Technologies. In Scienseed…

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            • Mountains: How They Are Formed and Why They Are Not Taller

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              from Paul Harnik Added 11 0 0

              Stop-motion film depicting the processes that form mountains and limit mountain height created for GEO221/TDF275 at Franklin & Marshall College. Created by Julia Schostak, Hannah Kuhns, and Jacob…

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              • How to Make a Scientist

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                from OTS Graduate Program Added 644 4 0

                Tropical Biology: an Ecological Approach co-coordinator Andrea Vincent, teaching assistant Andrés Rojas and faculty member Susan Whitehead discuss what are the ingredients to being a scientist. Student…

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                • The Anthropocene

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                  from Paul Harnik Added 100 0 0

                  Anthropocene stop-motion film created for GEO221/ENG277 at Franklin & Marshall College by Sam Feibel, Morgan Torstenson, and Peter Limburg.

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                  • Beneath The Surface

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                    from Science Communication Added 58 0 0

                    A film by Nicki Atkinson & Susan Harvey The story of an angry man and a dirty lake Everyone wants to clean up Lake Horowhenua and yet it remains one of New Zealand's unhealthiest lakes.…

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