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 http://code.google.com/p/cord . 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 -

Following the Flow - Partners Video Magazine

submitted by: csrees

Researchers are discovering how nano-scale tracers can uncover the sources of pollution in America's farm fields and waters. Following the Flow is a segment from Partners Video Magazine's latest episode, The Science of Small. To view the entire episode visit: http://www.csrees.usda.gov/newsroom/partners/partners.html

Super Cloth - Partners Video Magazine

submitted by: csrees

Using nanotechnology, Cornell scientists created a fabric that can detect biohazards like E. coli and other pathogens. Super Cloth is a segment from Partners Video Magazine's latest episode, The Science of Small. To view the entire episode visit: http://www.csrees.usda.gov/newsroom/partners/partners.html

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