ATP deficit in oxygen-limited tumour cord growth (FF++)

submitted by: sast
This is a simulation of tumour cord growth , where cells suffer from hypoxia (energy deficit shown with colour). The tumour grows along the blood vessel (coincides with x -axis). Red line shows the position of the tumour–host interface. This particular simulation was programmed in FreeFEM++ out of curiousity. The source code for simulation may be found at . This video reflects work in progress and may be different from the final results .

1.3.6.-v1-Multi-hop VANETs Simulation using VanetMobiSim/Ns-2 (Scenario A)

submitted by: jamal.toutouh

This video is part of CARLINK PROJECT simulation videos. It presents the performance of communications in Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs) using the IEEE 802.11b standard in the transmission of files.
- Jamal Toutouh -

A Second Life for E-Health

submitted by: atnp lab

A new project of the Applied Technology for Nuero Psychology Lab of Prof. Giuseppe Riva and Researcher Alessandra Gorini: use the platform Second Life for on line psycological support for groups and individuals

Bioinformatics Comes of Age

submitted by: WomenInBioinformatics

Janet Thornton, Ph.D. Head of European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI)

Dr. Thornton is a leading expert in relating protein sequence to structure and function. She has worked extensively in knowledge-based approaches to sequence analysis. Dr. Thornton is a member of the Royal Society

Predicting Protein Interactions

submitted by: WomenInBioinformatics

Soshana Wodak, Ph.D. Scientific Director, Centre for Computational Biology (CCB), The Hospital for Sick Children

Professor, Biochemistry and Medical Genetics, University of Toronto Canada Research Chair, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Predicting structural disorder and induced folding: From theoretical principles to practical applications

submitted by: WomenInBioinformatics

Sonia Longhi, Ph.D. Permanent Senior Scientist, Architecture et Fonction des Macromolécules Biologiques, Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Marseille, France