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New Type of Cell Movement

New Type of Cell Movement
Penn and NIH researchers have demonstrated a never-before characterized type of cell movement. In this video, a cell's vimentin cytoskeleton (green) pulls the nucleus (red) forward to generate a high-...

Contact: Katherine Unger Baillie
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University of Pennsylvania

Cell Moving through a 3-D Matrix

Cell Moving through a 3-D Matrix
Penn and NIH researchers measured the internal pressure of individual fibroblast cells (in orange) moving through a three-dimensional matrix (in blue). They found that, in this environment, the cells...

Contact: Katherine Unger Baillie
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University of Pennsylvania

Tomar Nano

Tomar Nano
A new research platform uses a laser to measure the 'nanomechanical' properties of tiny structures undergoing stress and heating, an approach likely to yield insights to improve designs for ...

Contact: Emil Venere
venere@purdue.edu
765-494-4709
Purdue University

Web-Based System for Palynologists

Web-Based System for Palynologists
A Web-based system was built for palynologists to interact with stored data and search for pollen images. This screen shows search capabilities by morphology semantics. From Han et al., part of ...

Contact: Beth Parada
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American Journal of Botany

Emiliana Huxleyi

Emiliana Huxleyi
This is Emiliana huxleyi, a marine phytoplankton whose blooms can grow so large they are visible from space. The researchers found it does not require vitamin B1 to grow, as previously thought.

Contact: Lindsay Jolivet
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Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

Slaves' Hill

Slaves' Hill
This is the excavation at Slaves' Hill.

Contact: George Hunka
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American Friends of Tel Aviv University

Comparison of Healthy vs. Cocaine-Induced Mouse Brain

Comparison of Healthy vs. Cocaine-Induced Mouse Brain
A side-by-side comparison of blood flow in a healthy mouse brain vs. a mouse brain exposed to cocaine. The image on the left (a) shows the mouse brain blood vessels before cocaine. The image on the ...

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The Optical Society

Experimental Setup

Experimental Setup
This is the experimental setup.

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University of Vienna

Cat

Cat
A new quantum imaging technique generates images with photons that have never touched to object -- in this case a sketch of a cat. This alludes to the famous Schrödinger cat paradox, in which a ...

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University of Vienna

Natural Antibiotic

Natural Antibiotic
The Rice University lab of synthetic chemist K.C. Nicolaou determined the structure of viridicatumtoxin B, a natural antibiotic, on the way to total synthesis of the compound.

Contact: David Ruth
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Rice University

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