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Inside a Blowfly Flight Motor

Inside a Blowfly Flight Motor
This is a 3D movie of a blowfly's flight muscles moving created by Oxford University and Imperial scientists using a new X-ray scanning technique.

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Penicillin Prescriptions Risk Under-Dosing Children

Penicillin Prescriptions Risk Under-Dosing Children
Millions of children in the UK are potentially receiving penicillin prescriptions below the recommended dose for common infections, according to new research led jointly by researchers at King's ...

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Reconnection Causes Kelvin Waves on Quantum Vortices

Reconnection Causes Kelvin Waves on Quantum Vortices
This video describes the experiments that were conducted when researchers in Daniel Lathrop's laboratory at the University of Maryland confirmed visually, for the first time, that the reconnection of ...

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Stacy W. Gray, M.D., A.M., Discusses Her Research

Stacy W. Gray, M.D., A.M., Discusses Her Research
A study led by Dr. Stacy Gray suggests that not all doctors are ready to embrace tests that look for DNA changes in patients' tumor samples, while others plan to offer this type of cancer gene testing...

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How Nodes Pull Strings in Complex Networks (2 of 2)

How Nodes Pull Strings in Complex Networks (2 of 2)
Control Profiles: Control Profiles of complex networks indicate that different types of systems share common underlying features, which allow them to be controlled in similar ways. These connections ...

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With a Little Help from a Ligand (2 of 2)

With a Little Help from a Ligand (2 of 2)
This is the structure of the mitochondrial translocator protein in complex with a diagnostic ligand. This video relates to a paper that appeared in the 21 March, 2014, issue of Science, ...

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Animation of a Recording from a Trial with 2 Male Bats Competing for Prey

Animation of a Recording from a Trial with 2 Male Bats Competing for Prey
This is an animation of a recording from a trial with two male bats competing for prey. Red and blue each represent a bat (red = GR41 and blue = GR78), and the synchronized audio and video data have ...

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Example Trials for Each of the 6 Experiments

Example Trials for Each of the 6 Experiments
This video shows example trials for each of the six experiments.

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Three-Dimensional Visualization of the Insect Thorax

Three-Dimensional Visualization of the Insect Thorax
This video shows the insect thorax reconstructed from tomograms and highlights the external movements of the thorax and the location of the indirect power and steering muscles.

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Chemiscope to Catch Chemistry in the Act

Chemiscope to Catch Chemistry in the Act
What the microscope did to unlock the secrets of biology, the "chemiscope" is intended to do, to revolutionize chemistry. The ultimate goal is to observe chemistry in the act, to see the making and ...

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