1. IAT202 Exercise 1: Sequencing

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    from Vivian Leung / Added

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    0:00-0:03 Medium long shot, worm's eye angle Purpose of this shot was to introduce the subject and portray the subject as slow and relaxed. This is emphasized through his slow-paced footsteps across the room which was shot from the worm's eye angle. 0:03-0:07 Medium close up, low angle This shot reveals more of how the subject looks like as well as highlighting how he is relaxed and slighting tired as he slowly sits down and slumps down on the couch. 0:07-0:11 Cut-in, high angle This shot increases the fluidity to reveal what the subject wants to do. Furthermore, his slow-paced motions are also continued in this shot. Lastly, this shot also reveals more details about the subject such as his age. 0:11-0:16 Close up to long shot, eye-level angle This shot contrasts with the other shots with it starting off as a close up to the hand then slowing changing into a long shot focusing on the TV. Furthermore, through this shot it also illustrates the transition between his slow-paced motion to the subject quickly switching the channels trying to look for some entertainment. 0:20-0:27 Close up, eye-level angle This shot reveals much more about the character now that the audience can finally see his face. Furthermore, his actions also portray the subject's emotions of being bored and tired despite going going through many channels. 0:27-0:33 Very wide shot, crab left, high angle This shot is a wide shot to allow the audience see more of his environment and show how the subject is alone at home, which may explain his boredom.

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    • 'Eiswagen' under construction

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      from concretism / Added

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      Me, this afternoon, playing-in and editing some bits and bobs for the new track. Just changing the analogue string part, thinning it out. Track in a very, very early stage... All writing and programming by me.

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      • US Hospitals diagnose, prevent future problems via genome sequencing

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        from Press TV / Added

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        Thanks to genome sequencing, families now have the option of diagnosing and preventing future health problems. Hospitals in the US are now giving an opportunity to families not only to find life-saving discoveries, but also to receive assistance in enhancing the quality of life for those with chronic health conditions. The tests determine the entire genetic makeup of an individual, and will then help prevent and diagnose future problems. However the downside to this kind of treatment is the price, which could cost you a hefty seventeen thousand dollars for the test and genetic counseling. The sequencing program started back in 2010.

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        • Decide - Genome Sequencing

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          from Kyle Vandekleut / Added

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          The 2nd video in the series detailing the specifics of current genomic sequencing. For more information on the project please visit: http://www.kylevandekleut.com/portfolio/decide/

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          • Complementing next generation sequencing experiments with high-resolution copy number variation detection

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            from Oxford Gene Technology / Added

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            Mike Evans, CEO of Oxford Gene Technology introduced Professor Madhuri Hegde of the Emory Genetics Lab, talking at the American Society for Human Genetics (ASHG) 2013 meeting in Boston.

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            • Yoga Playtime - Arm Balance Sequence

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              from Leigha Butler / Added

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              Ecstatic Play: Koundinyasana 2 to Vasisthasana with Padangusthasana. Yum yum yummy. Fun fun lovey. Glorious, luminous, arm balance sequence. It takes strength, commitment, and a sense of play, but it comes, it comes. Practice, play, yoga on. Love where you're at TODAY.

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              • How to Make the Perfect Caesar

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                from Crystal Schick / Added

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                First video I made. The assignment was to practice sequencing video clips. We had fun with it!

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                • Cancer Genetics and Precision Cancer Therapy - LSF - MIT Club of Northern California

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                  from Hank Magnuski / Added

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                  Please join us as MITCNC hosts the second Bay Area with/in/sight lecture series from the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT. We invite you to enjoy the networking reception, mingle with fellow guests and scientists, and join us for a series of informative talks about recent exciting progress in the areas of cancer genetics and new treatments based on our understanding of cancer genes. The event will showcase research from MIT's Dr. Tyler Jacks, PhD, David H. Koch Professor of Biology, Investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Director of the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research. Professor Jacks will discuss work from his laboratory on the development of novel therapeutic strategies that target common genetic alterations in many human cancers. Dr. Jacks will be joined by Dr. Kevin Shannon, MD, who is the Roma and Marvin Auerback Distinguished Professor in Pediatric Oncology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Shannon, a physician-scientist, will discuss the challenges and opportunities of new cancer medicines from a clinical perspective. Rounding out the program will be Dr. Jeffrey Settleman, PhD. Dr. Settleman is Senior Director of Discovery Oncology at Genentech. He will present research from his own laboratory at Genentech as well as review new cancer therapeutic programs at the company. The panel discussion will be moderated by Dr. Laura D. Attardi, PhD, an Associate Professor in the Departments of Radiation Oncology & Genetics, at Stanford University School of Medicine.

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                  • Ion World 2013 Sizzle Video

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                    from Traina Design / Added

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                    Ion World 2013 took place at the Westin Waterfront Hotel in Boston, in late October of 2013. Now in its second year, Ion World is a user conference hosted by our clients, Ion Torrent by Life Technologies. The 2 day event included presentations from Ion Torrent executives on breakthroughs in their semiconductor sequencing technology platforms, scientific presentations by customers, and plenty of networking. This sizzle video was produced and art directed by Traina Design, to open the conference during the general session on day 1. Editing and motion graphics by Eugene Gauran (http://eugenegauran.com).

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                    • Basic SNP scoring concept test errors

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                      from Christopher Lee / Added

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