Sonication Tank - JFK Sonication Tank's first track, about JFK and freedom. HAIL SATAN!
Sonicating screwing around in lab...
Sonication Halloween Sweet Dreams Hear more of Sonication's world of Halloween: Chris Woods on violin and vocals Lauren Smith on vocals/dance Adrienne Woods on cello/vocals Tony Austen on drums Sweet Dreams by the Eurythmics, done the Sonication way...
2010-FRI DNA Sonication Training
Liquid nitrogen, Sonication, Abs reading, happy ending!!!
Sonicator ( ) - Sonicator agitates particles in a sample by applying sound (usually ultrasound) energy. In the laboratory, it is usually applied using an ultrasonic bath or an ultrasonic probe. More videos at Abnova ( http ).
Sonication Halloween Michael Jackson Medley Sonication's world of Halloween: Chris Woods on violin and vocals Lauren Smith on vocals/dance Adrienne Woods on cello/vocals Tony Austen on drums Michael Jackson Medley
Sonication for Self-healing Capsules This is a brief demonstration of a sonication process used for preparing nanocapsules for a self-healing polymer. The work was conducted in the Beckman Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Sonication Halloween Show: Feel Hear more of Sonication's world of Halloween: Chris Woods on violin and vocals Lauren Smith on vocals/dance Adrienne Woods on cello/vocals Tony Austen on drums Original Tune: I Never Noticed You
Sonication's "O mio babbino caro" featuring Joe McNalley and Tom McNalley Here is a fun, more modern version of Lauretta's aria, "O mio babbino caro" from the opera Gianni Schicchi. This aria is performed by Sonication with Joe McNalley, Artistic Director of Hutchins Consort on Bass and featuring Tom McNalley on a Congo drum giving the aria a haitian beat.
The Hutchins Consort featuring Lauren Smith
Preparation of Sonication sonication for bioprocess
Dynamic shell buckling of SWCNT This video shows shell buckling of a (10,10) SWCNT in water. As structural instability sets in, a pair of dimples first form across the diameter of the nanotube within a few picoseconds. The sidewall collapses inwards at these dimple sites, creating a second pair of dimples perpendicular to these folded regions some distance away. In this fashion, alternate orthogonal folds are formed near the centre of the nanotube. This research was published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A in the paper: Compressive dynamic scission of carbon nanotubes under sonication: fracture by atomic ejection by HB Chew, M.-W. Moon, KR Lee and K.-S. Kim . The doi link for the article is
Bumblebee Buzz Polination - Science Bumblebee (Bombus Terrestris collecting pollen from a tomato blossom. The bee uses "buzz pollination" or "sonication" to dislodge the pollen from the stamen. The video is courtesty of David Lang of Bio-Bee, Israel.
Compressive fracture of SWCNT by atom ejection This video shows the ejection of atoms in a narrow compressive zone to form a crack during post-shell buckling of a (10,10) SWCNT in water, resulting in partial cutting of the tube (water molecules suppressed). This research was published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A in the paper: Compressive dynamic scission of carbon nanotubes under sonication: fracture by atomic ejection by HB Chew, M.-W. Moon, KR Lee and K.-S. Kim . The doi link for the article is
Sonication Halloween Mike Myers Hear more of Sonication's world of Halloween: Chris Woods on violin and vocals Lauren Smith on vocals/dance Adrienne Woods on cello/vocals Tony Austen on drums Jamming on Michael Myers Halloween Tune
Self-Contained Homogenizer for DNA, Protein Extraction from PBIO PCT SHredder Self-Contained Biological Sample Preparation System, Mini Homogenizer from Pressure BioSciences for sample prep
Sonication Events.mov Sonication is an ensemble featuring Lauren Smith (lead vocalist), Chris Woods (violinist/ electric violinist/vocalist) and Adrienne Woods (cellist/electric cellist/vocalist). Sonication performs all styles of music for weddings, parties, and corporate functions! Elegance, Fun, Rock and Roll... Sonication provides great energetic performances that get the people on their feet!!!
Sonication Halloween Enter Sonication's world of Halloween: Chris Woods on violin and vocals Lauren Smith on vocals/dance Adrienne Woods on cello/vocals Tony Austen on drums Young Frankenstein and Little Shop of Horrors medley.
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Motion of adatoms on SWCNT This video shows adatoms moving and recombining to form larger structures due to the water flow. Water flows at 0.9 nm/ps over the nanotube, with 1% adatom vacancy defect density. This research was published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A in the paper: Compressive dynamic scission of carbon nanotubes under sonication: fracture by atomic ejection by HB Chew, M.-W. Moon, KR Lee and K.-S. Kim . The doi link for the article is
Cup horn sonicator Sonicating small samples? Try this cup horn sonicator. For more tips and info please visit
ADHDtv: Drew Interviews Chris Woods and Crew DRew Kaufman catches up with famouse violist and his band, Sonication, at the red carpet before Christina DeRosa's cabaret event in Beverly Hills 2009 Distributed by Tubemogul.
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cleaning of sonication machine clean sonication machine before use sonication is a mechanical means to disrupt cells....
Sample Preparation using PCT from PBIO Sample Preparation of Ticks from Pressure BioSciences for DNA extraction using ultra high pressure cycling Barocycler
IFA 2009: My personal "Miss IFA 2009" saved my life! This girl from the exhibitor "Euronics" (Hall 23a) saved my day: Last day at IFA, my feet hurt like hell, the motivation gage shows negative values, I talked my mouth dry and my head ached due to very warm weather and from the constant sonication comming from the "Monster" booth. I may have shot myself if I wouldn't have met this lovely being. Beautiful (and cute!) and what a character! SO, THANK YOU, GIRL WHOSE NAME I FORGOT TO ASK FOR! ______________________________________ Edit 17.09.: Her name is Michelle! ______________________________________ YOU ARE MY "MISS IFA 2009"! Also, I cut the rest of the video. These are the first ten seconds, she didn't know that the camera was already recording. She changed her behavior after realizing it was recording and kinda "wasn't herself anymore". Of COURSE, she gave me her permission to upload the video. We agreed on making a video after we couldn't agree on one of photos I've taken before hand. Language is German (well...kinda ^^), as the IFA is in Berlin. Translation of what's being said: "It's not so easy after all, but...what is one supposed to do, right? (refers to the pictures taken) Don't tell me this thing is already recording!" "It's just pretending to..." "It's just pretending to? Hm, I feel a little sensation of being watched." :D See you next year! (Maybe? Maybe earlier?)
Sonication Demonstration for Practical 2 This is a demonstration video for RMIT Biotechnology students, ONPS 2122/1050 Advanced Immunology and Cell Technology.
Tagged again This time by Tentor. The music is Quartz Quadrant Zone - Present from Sonic CD
Sonicating a gummy bear In response to all those videos destroying gummy bears in the most scientific manners, Joanne responds by liquefying a gummy bear with high frequency sound waves. Scientists do indeed use this technique to essentially liquefy cells (takes a lot less time) in order to study the contents for forensic or research purposes.
The Pollinator Partnership We can thank pollinating animals for one of every three bites of food. Please visit for more information. The Pollinator Partnership also has a You Tube channel! You can find it by clicking on the following link: National Pollination Week was June 22 - June 28, 2009. It was my honor and privilege to meet Ms. Adams, Executive Director of the Pollinator Partnership, and Dr. Buchmann, Entomologist and International Coordinator for the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC) as well as the dedicated volunteers, some pictured in this video and some not, when I visited the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC on June 27. Information presented about the Pollinator Partnership accessed from , July 10, 2009. I used their wording. It is my hope to promote through this video. Introductory Information about Ms. Adams and Dr. Buchmann retrieved from the Pollinator Conservation Digital Library a project of the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC) by David Siedband, PCDL Admin S. Buchmann Last updated July 23, 2008 LD Adams Last updated March 7, 2008 Date of access: July 10, 2009 Permission to use photographs of Stephen Buchmann granted under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.0 Generic Photos taken by: Rob Cruickshank: Stephen Buchmann www ...
Bumblebee collects pollen from an Oak This bumblebee was using sonication, ie buzz "pollination", or vibrating to a certain frequency to loose the pollen from the oak's male catkins. Normally the wind shakes the male ctakin to disperse the pollen. Turn your volume up to hear the distinct BUZZ.
Sonication Halloween Medley Hear more of Sonication's world of Halloween: Chris Woods on violin and vocals Lauren Smith on vocals/dance Adrienne Woods on cello/vocals Tony Austen on drums Danny Elfman's Songs from Nightmare before Christmas Sally's Song and Halloween
Solar Cleaning Sprayer Module Showing Sonication by 5 Singing Rain (tm) - showcasing water being sprayed using the sonicator nozzle. Clip courtesy of 5
Sonication of cells(2)
Sonication of cells
Loud Buzzing Bumblebee Works a Champlain Rose A Bumblebee working the roses in our back yard Toronto, Ontario June 5, 2010 One of our rose bushes swarms with bees and other insects when it's in bloom, mainly in late May and early June. It's a Champlain rose that's about six years old; a Martin Frobisher rose right beside is more fragrant to the human nose, but doesn't draw nearly as many insects. Both roses are examples of the Explorer series developed by Dr. Felicitas Svejda at the Experimental Farm in Ottawa back in the sixties. The bumblebees are the most obvious and the easiest to film, but there are also honey bees and at least two other types (including wasps I think). There are also flies and various other insects, including one that looks like a tiny bee (but probably isn't). This video only follows a single bumblebee. The bee has two distinctly different types of buzz: one while flying and one while harvesting. The latter is quite loud. I originally thought the sound was from its wings striking the inside of the flower, but they are clearly at rest. According to Wikipedia, "The sound is actually the result of the bee vibrating its flight muscles, and this can be achieved while the muscles are decoupled from the wings." This may be partly to keep the flight muscles warmed up, but it may primarily be to shake more pollen loose: "Sonication or buzz pollination is a technique used by some bees to release pollen... bumblebees and some species of solitary bees are able to grab onto the flower and move their flight ...
Sonication Halloween 2 Hear more of Sonication's world of Halloween: Chris Woods on violin and vocals Lauren Smith on vocals/dance Adrienne Woods on cello/vocals Tony Austen on drums Jaws and Phantom of the Opera