We all get the itch to try something different once in a while. Here’s a great video from Benchfly (awesome site by the way) on budding scientist videographers. Enjoy!
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Ever heard of open source computing? What does that have to do with drug discovery and molecular bioiolgy? Andrew Hessel of the pink army collective thinks that lessons learned from open source computing can be used in “open-source biology” which will eventually lead to faster drug discovery and an economically viable model for personalized medicine.
Check out the video. It is facinating.
This is an amazing story posted on the UK’s channel 4 a few days ago. Watch this video and learn how a 38-year-old man who was blinded in one eye, 15 years ago, has regained his eyesight due to a groundbreaking new stem cell treatment.
Biotechnology is everywhere! Promote your lifestyle and share this with your friends. Do you know of any other fun videos to share?
The CAVEman Project creates visual maps of information about diseases that have a genetic component, such as cancer, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s. CAVE uses a high-resolution digital atlas of a human body with medical data related to specific diseases. The is a next-generation 4D (space and time) visual system to “see” disease processes and the effects of interventions, such as drugs, on these processes.
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