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    • 2014 CSF Think Tank: Working Group Summaries

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      The 7 working groups (covering imaging, genetics, etc.) present their initial thoughts on possible Common Data Elements (CDEs) for the international CSF patient database.

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      • 2014 CSF Think Tank: Overview of CSF Database Project & CDEs

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        Dr. Mark Luciano gives an overview of what the CDE project means to the international CSF patient database, and how these two projects can work together towards a common goal.

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        • 2014 CSF Think Tank: NIH/NINDS Perspective

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          Dr. Joanne Odenkirchen, via Skype, gives a brief summary of what the NINDS/NIH's Common Data Elements (CDEs) project is, and why it is vital to research.

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          • MAASTRO Clinic

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            MAASTRO Clinic - takes on cancer together with the patient and his or her relatives. Their fight against cancer is based around radiotherapy, scientific research and education. The central aim of MAASTRO Clinic’s strategy is “customised radiotherapy”. www.maastro.com

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            • Masters of power (AEP)

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              When filming I used five different types of cameras at the same time. GoPro3 x2, "e-motimo" & "Syrp Genie" motorized heads with Canon mkIIIds for time-lapse plus Gh2 and c300. Shooting at such a big construction site when works could not be stopped was extremely difficult to manage. It took many hours just to find proper place for camera let alone multicamera shots. Interesting moments are in the middle of this long film. :) At 3'18'', you will see the multicamera timelaps shooting of the mounting rector`s dome weighing 190 tons with Demag crane. Right after that multicamera shooting of installation of the equipment weighing 90 tons. The film tells the story of impressive projects and technologies used for creation of nuclear power plants in Russia. Specific construction techniques, exclusive robotic systems , special equipment and unique specialists take part in the sophisticated process design and erect the most modern nuclear power stations of a new type. More than 6000 specialists come to work every day to put up more than 200 facilities on a 80 ha site. Facts on construction site of the nuclear plant: 130,000 cubic meters of concrete 13,500 tons of reinforcement 7000 tons of production equipment 200 objects 6000 people 120 cranes Written & Directed by Serjo Yershov Cinematography by Nils Kravets Original music by Georg Novosvetov 3D artists: Alex Solodukhin, Daniil Isaachenkov Voice over: Emil Akopov Camera assistant: Alex Muratov Produced by Alena Garipova Licensed music: Neoclassic - "Epic Symphony", NikiN - "Hybrid Legacy Trailer", Sky-Productions- "Olympic-Games"

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              • Orca Research Trust

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                A video I made through Fair Projects for Orca expert Dr. Ingrid Visser in 2012, using her many years of archived footage along with an interview that I conducted at her property in New Zealand. 'Born in New Zealand, Dr Visser remains the only researcher specializing in Orca in New Zealand waters. Her research officially began in 1992 when she embarked on her life-long dream to study the Orca. Since then she has worked with Orca not only around New Zealand, but also in the waters of Antarctica, Argentina and Papua New Guinea. Dedicated to protecting the Orca, Dr Visser believes in making science ‘consumable’ for the general public and as such she is often seen out in the community giving talks about these incredible apex predators.' To support Ingrids work, visit www.orcaresearch.org

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                • Interview with James

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                  Brief clip from James Vincett's interview during our first field research season.

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                  • Interview with Desiree

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                    Brief clip from an interview with Desiree Espericueta during our first field research season.

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                    • Career in Research

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                      Jordan Francke '13 talks about the specifics of getting into scientific research.

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