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Microfluidics Adventures Part 1: Physics at the Microscale
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In part one of "Microfluidics Adventures," brought to you by the Lutetium Project, Marie Boulez sets the scene and explains why it is so compelling to make products smaller, from a theoretical point of view. This first part of the three-part series will help you understand the physics concepts that are fundamental to microfluidics.

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"What is Apoptosis?" The Apoptotic Pathways and the Caspase Cascade
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Apoptosis is an important cellular process that allows cells to die in a programmed fashion, essential for embryo development, homeostasis, and cancer development. This 3D animation provides an overview of the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways involved and demonstrates how activation of the caspase cascade occurs.

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Why Do Hospitals Have Particle Accelerators?
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Investigate the science behind how doctors use radioactive drugs and PET scans to detect and diagnose diseases like Alzheimer’s and cancer.

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The Cell-based Human Proteome Project - Neil Kelleher - TEDxNorthwesternU
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Neil's TEDx Talk, A Plan to Weigh Every Protein in the Human Body: The Cell- Based Human Proteome Project presents a "big science" project with huge implications for how proteins in the human body are catalogued and used for drug therapies and treatments.

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A Voice for Diversity in Science
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Only 17% of the English-language biographies on Wikipedia are about women – but the statistic won’t stay that low for long if Dr Jess Wade has her way. A passionate advocate for diversity in science, Jess balances her work as an award-winning physicist at Imperial College London with her role as a ‘Wikipedian’, creating and uploading the biographies of underrepresented groups in science.

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Wireless Sensors for Neonates Remove the Cuddle-barrier Tangle
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A pair of soft, flexible wireless body sensors have been developed to monitor vital health indicators of neonatal babies. With the tangle of wires removed, parents and babies have more opportunity for skin-to-skin contact.

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RNA No Longer Lost in Translation
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"Stress granules" belong in the cellular toolbox of survival strategies. Proteins and RNA huddle together into membrane-less blobs when the cell is threatened, a mechanism which is also critical for proper maternal mRNA storage, synaptic plasticity, tumor progression and neurodegeneration. These previously invisible basic genetic processes have been captured for the first time, using fluorescence microscopy.

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Seattle Children's Hospital SIDS Research with Microsoft Genomics
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Discover how Microsoft Genomics is empowering organizations to explore new avenues of research. The Seattle Children's Hospital SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) research with Microsoft Genomics uses Microsoft AI to analyze data in a massive scale. With Microsoft AI, Seattle Children's Hospital is able to identify genetic contributions to pediatric disorders and come closer to reaching their goals of recognizing SIDS earlier and preventing it from happening.

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Proteins at Work – The Fascinating World of Proteomics
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This video provides a glimpse at the fascinating world of proteomics research, the study of all proteins that form the basis for life. The video was produced for the lab of Professor Albert Heck at Utrecht University and the Netherlands Proteomics Centre.

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Proteomics: Proteins At Work
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NASA’s Human Research Program "Omics: Exploring Space Through You" series explores space through you by using omics to look more closely at individual health.

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