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Cells Following a Chemical Trail

Cells Following a Chemical Trail
In this video, lab-grown human leukemia cells move toward a pipette tip holding an attractive chemical.

Contact: Shawna Williams
shawna@jhmi.edu
410-955-8236
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Video of Oct. 23, 2014 Eclipse Seen by Hinode Satellite

Video of Oct. 23, 2014 Eclipse Seen by Hinode Satellite
On Oct. 23, while North America was witnessing a partial eclipse of the sun, the Hinode spacecraft observed a 'ring of fire' or annular eclipse from its location hundreds of miles above the North Pole...

Contact: Christine Pulliam
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Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

Salk Scientists Discover New Target to Fight HIV

Salk Scientists Discover New Target to Fight HIV
The Jones lab details a new target to fighting HIV.

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Salk Institute

Section of the Metro Track in Long Beach

Section of the Metro Track in Long Beach
This is a close-up of a 2-mile section of the metro track in Long Beach, Calif., showing vibrations as two trains pass.

Contact: Jason Socrates Bardi
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Acoustical Society of America

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (7 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (7 of 7)
This video shows images captured by a new microscope designed by a team that includes one of this year’s Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry, Eric Betzig. The microscope can capture 3-D images of ...

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American Association for the Advancement of Science

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (6 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (6 of 7)
This video shows a volume rendering of the amnioserosa and the encroaching epithelium during dorsal closure in a D. melanogaster embryo expressing GFP/DE-cadherin to highlight cell-cell ...

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New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (5 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (5 of 7)
This video shows a two-color volume rendering of a neutrophilic HL-60 cell expressing mCherry-utrophin migrating through a 3-D collagen matrix labeled with FITC over 250 time points at 1.3 sec ...

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New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (4 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (4 of 7)
This video shows rapid muscle contractions in a C. elegans embryo in the three-fold stage, with labeled GFP-PH domains (green) and mCherry-histones (magenta), as recorded in a single 2-D ...

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The Passage of An Ultrashort Laser Pulse in the Air

The Passage of An Ultrashort Laser Pulse in the Air
In the middle of the corridor the pulse passes through a cloud of condensed water vapor.

Contact: Dr. Yuriy Stepanenko
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Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences

TRMM Rainfall Analysis Video of Fay and Gonzalo

TRMM Rainfall Analysis Video of Fay and Gonzalo
This rainfall analysis showed that Gonzalo generated several areas over the Atlantic Ocean where rainfall totals topped 12 inches (red). Fay's maximum rainfall appeared between 4 and 8 inches (green).

Contact: Rob Gutro
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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

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