Echogram of the Red Sea

submitted by: apryl
This is a short clip intended for use at the KAUST SIGGRAPH booth in a series of video loops played during the convention. 62,000+ pixels wide, this image can be viewed in full resolution on the 40 Gigapixel tiled display wall at KAUST Visualization Laboratory. It is also annotated with sound clips that describe specific areas of the dataset as you bring them into view. Data provided by: Dr. Stein Kaartvedt, KAUST Professor, Marine Science Associate Director, Red Sea Research Center...

KAUST RSRC Marine Science: Masters Student Field Experience in Norway

submitted by: apryl

In this video, twelve Marine Science master's students describe their experiences at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and we are able to take a peek into some of their field research activities while on a group trip in Norway.

The Red Sea Research Center is located on the eastern coast of the Red Sea at KAUST in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia. For more information please see: rsrc.kaust.edu.sa

30 Years of K-12 Educational Programming at Fermilab (Engaging Students in Our Science)

submitted by: icamvid

Marge Bardeen speaks at the 2012 "Becoming Engaged" Workshop about Fermilab's child education programs and shares lessons she has learned about engaging students in science.

Science Nation - 3D Proteins - Getting the Big Picture

submitted by: nsf
Proteins are the workhorses of cells. With support from the National Science Foundation, University of Arkansas biochemist James Hinton has been researching their structure and function for decades. Back in the 1990's, he had a vision to study these huge protein structures in 3D and now, in cooperation with a company called Virtalis, his vision has become a reality. The new system allows researchers to enlarge the visual of a protein to room-size, so they can examine it from all angles, to...

Live Cell Imaging, Perkins Elmer Spinning Disk Microscope

submitted by: C.Rodarte

Live cell imaging on Perkins Elmer Spinning Disk Microscope at Doheny Eye Institute

The Scientific Breakdown

submitted by: rwbmovies

What is science? Hint: it isn't just tests and lab goggles.

Why Write? Communicating Your Results to Further Scientific Knowledge (MWV36)

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
On March 18, 2010, Roberto Kolter, Harvard Medical School and ASM President, gave a presentation to a group of graduate and postdoctoral students on why scientists need to be able to communicate effectively. This talk opened up the 2010 ASM Scientific Writing and Publishing Institute that was held at ASM Headquarters in Washington, DC on March 18 - 21, 2010. The Institute provides four days of hands-on intensive training in scientific writing and publishing under the mentorship of ASM...

Exploring capillarity - Take your classroom into space

submitted by: cristina
Gravity has something to do with capillary action, but what? Students using ESAs 'Take Your Classroom into Space' kit and this video recorded in the weightlessness envirnoment of the ISS can now find out. The experiment was proposed by a Belgian and Italian teachers who participated to the ESA competition 'Take Your Classroom into Space'. http://www.esa.int/esaHS/education.html

Would you like to be a mentor?

submitted by: Be_a_scientist

Undergraduate students can exert a powerful influence on the scientific education of young learners.

Take A Nap! Change Your Life

submitted by: ucsandiego

The benefits of napping: Next time you feel tired and sleepy during the day and want to buy some coffee, think again. UC San Diego sleep scientist Sara Mednick says you would be better off taking a nap instead.Next time you feel tired and sleepy during the day and want to buy some coffee, think again. UC San Diego sleep scientist Sara Mednick says you would be better off taking a nap instead.