018 Build a Micrograph.mpg simple methods to build a micrograph to demonstrate microscopic objects to children.
Ultimate and Indisputable UFO Evidence? Music by Rafael Brom Cosmotone Records - Cosmotone Music (ASCAP) Rafael Brom Free MP3 Music Downloads /musicmp301.html Radio Stations Playing Music of Rafael Brom /musicradiomp3.html Amateur photographs from Sheffield, England, 4 March 1962 & Minneapolis, Minnesota, 20 October 1960. Taken from a 1997 CIA training manual. This shows Kenneth Arnold holding a picture of a drawing of the crescent shaped UFO he saw in 1947. Trees knocked over by the Tunguska blast. Photograph from Kulik's 1927 expedition. Photo of an alleged foo fighter. Ghost rocket or meteor? Photographer Erik Reuterswärd suspected a meteor was depicted in his widely-circulated photo. Swedish AF officer Karl-Gösta Bartoll. "This is a scrupulously accurate eyewitness painting of a mysterious green fireball rushing through the night sky over New Mexico.Alor Incident, Greys, A NOAA weather balloon just after launch, Gen. Roger Ramey (kneeling) and chief of staff Col. Thomas Dubose posed with weather balloon and radar reflector, July 8, 1947, Enlargement of Gen. Ramey's held message in above photo. The test dummies which "The Roswell Report: Case Closed" says accounts for many of the alien bodies stories. humanoid, Electron micrograph of martian meteorite ALH84001, "The Wolves Pursuing Sol and Mani" Monument commemorating where the martians "landed" in West Windsor, New Jersey. The planet Mars, Martian, Aelita: Queen of Mars ...
Chaffinch foot Scanning electron micrograph of Chaffinch foot. © Power and Syred. Link:
Schleuniger MicroGraph System (MGS) Economical modular system for high quality crimp cross-sectional ***ysis within an incredibly short time. The system is comprised of modular components that can be combined according to your individual needs.
Reconstruction in a brightfield micrograph Automatic reconstruction in a brightfield micrograph acquired by our colleagues from EPFL's Brain Mind Institute. For additional details, please refer to cvlab.epfl.ch
3d Demo Reel (bacteriophage T4 and stereocilia) - medical animation Mike Smith's 2007 3d medical animation demo reel. It first depicts a bacteriophage T4 virus injecting DNA into E. coli. It then depicts a view of the organ of Corti in the inner ear, where sensory hair cells (stereocilia) generate a signal which travels down nerve cells in response to sound. All modeling, rigging, simulating, texturing, lighting, animation, particles, and compositing by Mike Smith using 3ds Max and After Effects. This was done as my Junior animation project at Digipen Institute of Technology. It has since come to my attention that the movement of the virus is unrealistic, sorry for any discrepancies. email: msmith81@ please leave comments letting me know what you think thanks!
An amazing juggling rotifer This 250micron bdelloid rotifer appears to amuse itself by skillfully juggling three unicellular algae! In reality the animal is merely trying to swim or in the process of feeding, and is most likely unaware of the upset that she (bdelloids are female) is causing to the local flora. The algae themselves are of the mobile type, but seem unable to tear away from the powerful current created by the rotifer's cilliate corona.
Electron Micrograph reveals dendrites in cerebellum
Jonathan Drori: Every pollen grain has a story Pollen goes unnoticed by most of us, except when hay fever strikes. But microscopes reveal it comes in stunning colors and shapes -- and travels remarkably well. Jonathan Drori gives an up-close glimpse of these fascinating flecks of plant courtship.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on , at http Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at
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Pitbull I know you want me calle ocho PARODY BY SHOWBIZ CALLED HERPES Herpes simplex From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the disease. For information about the specific virus, see Herpes simplex virus. "Herpes" redirects here. For all types of herpes viruses, see Herpesviridae. Herpes simplex Classification and external resources Electron micrograph of Herpes simplex virus. ICD-10 A60., B00., G05.1, P35.2 ICD-9 054.0, 054.1, 054.2, 054.3, 771.2 DiseasesDB 5841 33021 eMedicine med/1006 MeSH D006561 Herpes simplex (from the Greek ἕρπης /΄erpis/) is a viral disease caused by herpes simplex viruses; both herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV-2) cause herpes simplex. Infection with the herpes virus is categorized into one of several distinct disorders based on the site of infection. Oral herpes, the visible symptoms of which are colloquially called cold sores, infects the face and mouth. Oral herpes is the most common form of infection. Infection of the genitals, commonly known as herpes, is the second most common form of herpes. Other disorders such as herpetic whitlow, herpes gladiatorum, ocular herpes (keratitis), cerebral herpes infection encephalitis, Mollaret's meningitis, neonatal herpes, and possibly Bell's palsy are all caused by herpes simplex viruses. Herpes viruses cycle between periods of active disease—presenting as blisters containing infectious virus particles—that last 221 days, followed by a remission period, during which the sores disappear. Genital ...
The Voice of Scale Miniaturised by Victorians for microscopic viewing... Poem and animated microphotograph, from Small Worlds: the art of the invisible
Blood cells Scanning electron micrograph of red and white blood cells © Power and Syred.
Scientists Create First Synthetic Cell / Splice Full Movie Trailer Scientists at the J. Craig Venter Institute have created a synthetic cell that can survive and reproduce itself according to an artificial DNA sequence, promising designer genomes with which researchers can produce sophisticated artificial organisms. The new bacterial cell, "Mycoplasma mycoides JCVI-syn1.0," is the result of a 15-year, $30 million effort by genetics pioneer Craig Venter. The study, led by the institute's Dan Gibson, is reported in the May 21 edition of the journal Science. M. mycoides JCVI-syn1.0 cells are seen dividing in this transmission electron micrograph. (Credit: J. Craig Venter Institute) The team of 25 researchers took Mycoplasma capricolum bacteria and completely rewrote its genetic code of more than 1 million base pairs of DNA. The data was sequenced as chemical DNA fragments and sewn together using yeast and E. coli bacteria. The synthetic genome was transplanted into empty Mycoplasma mycoides bacteria, which were transformed into a new species. The creature's software-like name, JCVI-syn1.0, reflects its status as the first of its kind. To prove the genome is synthetic and to assert their ownership, the scientists even "watermarked" it by forming encoded words with the alphabet of genes and proteins. They included three quotations, among them a line from "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" by James Joyce: "To live, to err, to fall, to triumph, to recreate life out of life." They also added a URL and e-mail address to ...
Stem Cells.wmv Micrographs of the cells that make up the hollow stem of a rice plant. The audio track is a short percussion segment from the MotorCity Triptych: II. Pedal-to-the-Metal by Michael Daugherty, performed by the Purdue Philharmonic Orchestra, Andrew King, Conductor, Sunday, April 25, 2010, in the Elliott Hall of Music.
Bar Code Implants inside one day mouce embryos. Human ones coming soon
Colouring a SEM micrograph As a result of his technical limitations, Scanning Electron Microscope images have to be post-coloured, and finally, viewed as a colorful pictures. From Black and white to color.
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Epileptiform Activity in the Mouse Auditory Cortex Fluorescent microscopy was performed on a Leica SP2 AOBS scanning laser confocal inverted microscope. Breifly, a 300 micron slice containing mouse auditory cortex was taken from the brain of a 6 day postnatal (P6) mouse. The slice was cultured in sterile cell tissue culture conditions for 6 days, then transfered into medium containing the GABA-A antagonist picrotoxin for 24 hours. Ca2+ Fluo imaging (green) was then performed at a single depth for 180 seconds at 512x512 resolution, with a total of 110 individual micrograph slices taken. Slices were made into a video using ImageJ with the frame rate set to 10fps. The wave-like pattern of calcium influx seen here is characteristic of epileptiform activity as opposed to the more isolated and stochastic calcium influx associated with normative activity. We performed this imaging to confirm that picrotoxin induces epileptiform activity in very young (P6) mouse cortex. Imaging was performed by C. Michael Saul in the laboratory of Dr. Steven H. Green, Department of Biology, University of Iowa, supported by NIH/NIDCD grant DC002961.
Rotifer Feeding A marine rotifer feeding under a microscope
Tag Heuer Movement vsa- TAG Heuer's story In 1860, the young Edouard Heuer - just 20 years old - founded a watchmaking shop at Saint Imier in the Swiss Jura under the name of "Edouard Heuer, Watchmaker". The company changed its name several times before finally settling on TAG Heuer in 1985. TAG Heuer has left its mark on the history of Swiss watchmaking, starting with the 1887 oscillating pinion up to the 2007 Link Calibre S. Over 145 years of watchmaking know-how and technical innovation has made it today's ultimate reference in avant-garde sports watches. 1887: Patent for the renowned "oscillating pinion". 1911: TAG Heuer develops its famous "Time of Trip", the first dashboard chronograph designed for cars and aircraft. 1916: Patented in 1916 and used during the Antwerp, Paris and Amsterdam Olympic Games, the Micrograph was the first stopwatch accurate to 1/100th of a second. 1920: Heuer is timekeeper for the Antwerp Olympic Games, followed by Paris in 1924 and Amsterdam in 1928. 1933: launch of Autavia, the first dashboard stopwatch for racing cars and planes, often combined with the Hervue 8-day watch. 1950: launch of the Mareograph, featuring a tide indicator and chronograph functions. 1962: the astronaut John Glenn sets off on the first American manned spaceflight with a Heuer stopwatch on his wrist. 1964: launch of the Carrera series. 1966: TAG Heuer patents the Microtimer, first miniaturised electronic timer accurate to 1/1000th of a second. 1969: presentation ...
Gatan 3-View Retina Orthoslices, The Imaging Facility - UCL Institute of Ophthalmology The Gatan 3-view system is an automated serial sectioning device that works within the specimen chamber of the Zeiss Sigma FESEM yielding 3-D data from tissue embedded in epoxy resin by conventional TEM methods. The system employs a diamond knife to section carefully trimmed block faces measuring 0.2 x 0.2mm in increments of as little as 40nm. The block face is then scanned in backscatter mode and the Z-contrast component used to form a TEM --like image of the specimen, before another section is cut and imaged. It is possible to also include high power images of small features as separate stacks. Repeated many times, over 1000 levels can be routinely sampled during an overnight run. The system builds up a large volume of digital data that can then be played back, or sectioned orthogonally to give the investigator unprecedented insights into 3-D organisation with nanometre resolution. Post acquisition processing can be done within Gatan's Digital Micrograph or exported into third party software for further ***ysis and filtering. The Imaging Facility is a cost recovery department offering staff and students within the Institute of Ophthalmology, Moorfields Eye Hospital, other UCL Departments and UK academics access to a broad range of advanced imaging and specimen preparation techniques. The facility is managed by Dr. Peter Munro with the assistance of Robin Howes (scanning and transmission electron microscopy). The electron microscopes, preparative laboratories and ...
What's being smoked? Grand Prize Winner of the EIPBN Conference () Micrograph Contest in 2007. The video, by Daniel Witte of Stanford University, is through an optical microscope at a magnification of 200X and is of a silicon wafer is etched in KOH, with the assistance of a laser. The beam locally heats the silicon, increasing the etch rate greatly. The "fireworks" are small pieces of silicon breaking free and dissolving in the KOH solution. Dark-field illumination brings out the edge features. Other micrograph winners available at
Micrograph of Greece - From Russia with love! :D Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use EUROPE'S NO TO SKOPJE!!!!! Europe saw a great video in Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Russia about the Greek History and Culture! Alexander the Great and the Panhellenic Sun of Vergina touch our heart and the hearts of all Europe in the most wonderful video of the Song Contest 2009! Το βίντεο που παρουσιάστηκε για την συμμετοχή της Ελλάδας, στον ημιτελικό του Διαγωνισμού τραγουδιού της Eurovision, το βράδυ της Πέμπτης της 14ης Μαΐου του 2009! Εξαιρετικά αφιερωμένο σε όλους τους Έλληνες! *Θερμές ευχαριστίες στον χρήστη georgematz21 !
The Mini-Faces of Egypt The Video Micrograph winner of the 2008 EIPBN Conference This video, by K. Yamazaki and H. Yamaguchi of Basic Research Labs, NTT Corporation, is shot through a scanning electron microscope at a magnification of 20000X. The subject is a 3D nanostructure we made by using 3D EB lithography technique. You may be able to see something like a painting by Picasso. More micrograph winners are available at http
Micrograph 1 Images by Chris Mansel, Music arranged by Chris Mansel using MixCraft4
Bleb dynamics mycoplasma? This is a sample of prostatic fluid taken from patientX; indications of prostatitis Micrograph is approx. 1600X phase contrast. The object is easily overlooked due to transparency. The unknown organism is displaying excystation qualities similar to spirochete bacteria. There are no spirochetes observed in patient. The object emerged from macrophage.
iMicroscope: Use your iPhone with a microscope This is the tutorial video for the iMicroscope application which shows how to use the iPhone with a microscope to photograph and measure microscopic objects. App store link: Developer website:
K5 Product Introduction Video I completed this in collaboration with the our ad agecy, Hiebing, which was a little unusual, as I was the customer working for the vendor. However, it worked out really well and the video has been very well received. Hiebing provided the script and creative direction, and the whole gang at Hiebing provided feedback during the production process. I provided the lifestyle video, modeling and animation, audio & video post, and even ended up reading the VO track. The most challenging part of this project was the microscopic animations. They required several iterations to get the right "feel" to fit the flow of the video.
Seattlesqaatsi Series: "Liber Novus" "Once upon a time, there was a twice. Then another time, there was a three time. It made a pretty hiccup in the center of the math. This broke the noise in half, revealing crystal. No one in the town below could see what he or she could see because the smell of molten glass and angry ancestor refusals was gushing all solo through, in schism filigree brutality of pineal absorption. Dew formed in wideawake eyes, blind with market losses. Some degree of self restraint fell on or perhaps to the willing members, growing less and ever less willing. Can you honestly blame them? "Still the still song of human traffic lodged in the silver phosphor. This the Guildsmen bathed in salts and wrapped in gutta percha. Vowels were snagged with extensions, strange barbarous casualties of forgotten dialectic. "Mothers and fathers there still routinely bleached their babies, beyond pale to the approximate color of whalebone and packing tape. Litigators factored on foolscap scrolls. "The twice went, nevertheless, for all intensive purposes, unnoticed." - from 'Orpheus Was Framed' (Region Three Encoding)
Large White butterflyeggs_01 Scanning electron micrograph of Large White Butterfly (Pieris brassicae) eggs. © Power and Syred.
Iron Pyrites (fool's gold) crystals Scanning electron micrograph of Iron Pyrites (fool's gold) crystals. © Power and Syred.
Mini monsters Here are some critters that would not look out of place in a sci-fi film ... or your house.
Mobile Sperm in C-Fern You may not believe it, but ferns have motile sperm-this video is proof!
Bug, ventral view my first bug video with new micro camera
Grace_Tomo_Demo.wmv A walk-through of the process for creating a tomographic reconstruction of a dislocations in a material out of TEM micrograph images
Gatan 3-View Retina Minimum Intensity, The Imaging Facility - UCL Institute of Ophthalmology The Gatan 3-view system is an automated serial sectioning device that works within the specimen chamber of the Zeiss Sigma FESEM yielding 3-D data from tissue embedded in epoxy resin by conventional TEM methods. The system employs a diamond knife to section carefully trimmed block faces measuring 0.2 x 0.2mm in increments of as little as 40nm. The block face is then scanned in backscatter mode and the Z-contrast component used to form a TEM --like image of the specimen, before another section is cut and imaged. It is possible to also include high power images of small features as separate stacks. Repeated many times, over 1000 levels can be routinely sampled during an overnight run. The system builds up a large volume of digital data that can then be played back, or sectioned orthogonally to give the investigator unprecedented insights into 3-D organisation with nanometre resolution. Post acquisition processing can be done within Gatan's Digital Micrograph or exported into third party software for further ***ysis and filtering. The Imaging Facility is a cost recovery department offering staff and students within the Institute of Ophthalmology, Moorfields Eye Hospital, other UCL Departments and UK academics access to a broad range of advanced imaging and specimen preparation techniques. The facility is managed by Dr. Peter Munro with the assistance of Robin Howes (scanning and transmission electron microscopy). The electron microscopes, preparative laboratories and ...
The Age of Bioscience: BBSRC's Strategic Plan 2010-2015 The 21st century will be the age of bioscience. A biological revolution is unfolding in the same way that advances in physics shaped the early 20th century and great leaps in electronics and computing have transformed our lives over the past 40 years. New tools and technologies, advances in computation and multidisciplinary approaches are changing the way in which bioscience is undertaken. Never before have researchers had such large data sets and been able to explore such a range, depth and complexity of questions about living systems and how they function. BBSRC has a unique and central place in supporting the UKs world-leading position in bioscience. Our funding for research and training provides knowledge and skilled people thereby making major contributions across society and the economy. Excellent bioscience drives advances in medicine and health, green materials, new pharmaceuticals, and safe and nutritious food; it leads to more sustainable agriculture, helps to combat infectious diseases and underpins responses to climate change. Strategic Plan Light micrograph (Elodea sp) showing chloroplasts In the coming decades bioscience will be at the heart of providing solutions to major challenges facing humankind such as * feeding 9 billion people sustainably by 2050 * developing renewable low carbon sources of energy, transport fuels and chemicals to reduce dependence on dwindling oil reserves * staying healthier for longer as lifespans increase and society ages ...
Human chromosomes Scanning electron micrograph of Human chromosomes © Power and Syred.
SEM Zoom Scanning electron microscopes have an amazing range of magnifications, from around 20x to 20000x! It is very hard to give a sense of this range of scales, so have a look at this video instead... It starts at 25x, about 6mm across the whole field of view, and zooms in to 12000x, about 12um across the whole field of view. The circular objects are glass beads 10um across, for comparison a red blood cell is around 8um across. Take a look in high definition if you connection can cope!