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Video4.mp4

Saga Helgadottir, Aykut Argun & Giovanni Volpe
Video 4. DeepTrack can be trained to selectively track either Brownian particles (orange dots) while ignoring fluorescent B. subtilis bacteria, or fluorescent bacteria (orange circles) while ignoring the Brownian particles at very low SNR. See also Fig. 4.

Video5.mp4

Saga Helgadottir, Aykut Argun & Giovanni Volpe
Video 5. DeepTrack can also track Brownian particles in different focal planes. See also Fig. 4.

Video7.mp4

Saga Helgadottir, Aykut Argun & Giovanni Volpe
Video 7. Tracked video for medium density and SNR=4. See also Fig. 5.

DrosophilaPredationBehaviourAssayVideos

Ian Dworkin & Michael DeNieu
These are raw video footage from the PhD thesis research of Dr. Michael DeNieu from his predation experiments in the lab of Ian Dworkin at Michigan State University. All videos were taken by Dr. DeNieu.

I need to add more details as I get them, but wanted to have them backed up here. These videos were with Dr. DeNieu's experimentally evolved populations of Drosophila melanogaster (which were evolved with and without the presence of the...

Visualization 3.mp4

Corey Pollock, Josh Javor, Lawrence Barrett, Alexander Stange & David Bishop
Raster type scan of the mirror. The mirror is actuated by applying sinusoidal signals with different frequencies (1.5 and 0.15 Hz) to the X and Y coils.

Achieving FAIR data with Figshare - Webinar

Mark Hahnel
Born out of a 2014 workshop in The Netherlands, the Data FAIRport initiative was formed to set up ‘Guiding Principles’ for FAIR data management, focusing on principles for the Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability and Reusability of research data.

The goal of the Principles is to enhance reusability of research by making data both human and machine actionable. Data that meet these Principles are more optimal for reuse and discoverability and in turn increase your research’s exposure.

This webinar...

Video 1, the personal starting cue (link in the manuscript) from Where and what? Frugivory is associated with more efficient foraging in three semi-free ranging primate species

Cinzia Trapanese, Benjamin Robira, Giordana Tonachella, Silvia Di Gristina, Hélène Meunier & Shelly Masi
The video shows the moment in which the experimenter presents the personal starting cue to the subject (Yannick, a Tonkean macaque) at the starting point.

2019-04-05_DPG-conference.pdf

Felix Dollinger, Henning Iseke, , Axel Fischer, Peter Formánek, Hans Kleemann & Karl Leo
Organic thin-film transistors enable light-weight, inexpensive and flexible electronic applications. The Organic Permeable Base Transistor (OPBT) is a vertical transistor design that allows for very high current densities, and hence the fastest operating speed of all organic transistors with transit frequency reaching 40 MHz [Kheradmand-Boroujeni et al., 2018].We explain the operating mechanism for OPBTs and give insights into optimizations of the base oxide layers .The modulation of current in an OPBT is achieved by a...

High-Speed and High-Current Vertical Organic Transistors

Felix Dollinger, Henning Iseke, , Axel Fischer, Peter Formánek, Hans Kleemann & Karl Leo
Organic thin-film transistors enable light-weight, inexpensive and flexible electronic applications. The Organic Permeable Base Transistor (OPBT) is a vertical transistor design that allows for very high current densities, and hence the fastest operating speed of all organic transistors with transit frequency reaching 40 MHz [Kheradmand-Boroujeni et al., 2018].We explain the operating mechanism for OPBTs and give insights into optimizations of the base oxide layers .The modulation of current in an OPBT is achieved by a...

Open Science: Towards reproducible and replicable (neuro)science

Loek Brinkman & Dora Hermes
On the 7th of April 2019, Loek Brinkman & Dora Hermes gave a workshop on Open Science at the UMC Brain Centre Summerschool (Apeldoorn, the Netherlands).
The workshop started with a general introduction on various Open Science topics, followed by hands-on sessions on BIDS, Github, RMarkdown and working with the Open Science Framework.

Кочів'я в лісостепу (на прикладі печенігів Поросся давньоруського часу)

Artem Borysov
Борисов А. Кочів'я в лісостепу (на прикладі печенігів Поросся давньоруського часу) / презентація до виступу на конференції Per aspera ad astra: до 100-літнього ювілею відомого археолога Бориса Тимощука. м.Чернівці, 8 квітня 2019 р.

Additional file 1: of Factors associated with recruitment, surveillance participation, and retention in an observational study of pregnant women and influenza

Mark Thompson, De-Kun Li, Allison Naleway, Jeannette Ferber, Michelle Henninger, Pat Shifflett, Leslie Sokolow, Roxana Odouli, Tia Kauffman, Rebecca Fink, Joanna Bulkley, Janet Cragan & Sam Bozeman
Figure S1. Recruitment in Year 1 as Cohort or Medical Enrollees. Figure S2. Recruitment in Year 2 as Medical Enrollees or Acute Respiratory Illness (ARI) Negative Controls. (PPTX 40 kb)

MOESM2 of Development of a metabolic pathway transfer and genomic integration system for the syngas-fermenting bacterium Clostridium ljungdahlii

Gabriele Philipps, Sebastian De Vries & Stefan Jennewein
Additional file 2: Figure S2. Inverse PCR on genomic integrant strain Ace#22-24. To identify the site of integration of the acetone biosynthesis pathway including the resistance cassette into the genome of strain Ace#22-24 an inverse PCR was performed after digestion with the indicated restriction endonucleases and re-ligation. The PCR products were separated and visualized in a 1% agarose gel stained with redsafe.

Additional file 1: of Anti-EMT properties of CoQ0 attributed to PI3K/AKT/NFKB/MMP-9 signaling pathway through ROS-mediated apoptosis

, , , , Kai-Yuan Lin, &
CoQ0-induced apoptosis in MDA-MB-231 cells. The cells were exposed to CoQ0 (5–15 μM for 24 h). (a-b) The TUNEL assay was performed to determine apoptotic DNA fragmentation. The green florescence indicates the number of TUNEL positive cells in the microscopic fields (400 × magnification) from three separate samples. The percentage of apoptotic cells was calculated by measuring the florescence intensity of treated cells using commercially available software. (c) Annexin V-FITC and PI staining was used...

Data Science Workshop

Peter Verhaar
Presentation for a data science workshop

Accentricity podcast, episode 6: Multilingualism is not a Curse part 2

Sadie Ryan
This is episode 6 of Accentricity, a podcast about sociolinguistics. In this podcast I try to narrow the gap between academic and non-academic understandings of language, by speaking to a range of people from inside and outside of academia.

HAMLET - Machine Teaching

Purav Patel
This was a joint talk with two graduate students for the University of Wisconsin - Madison HAMLET proseminar series. We discussed our novel application of machine teaching to discover a more optimal sequence of practice problems in chemistry.

HAMLET - Machine Teaching

Purav Patel
This was a joint talk with two graduate students for the University of Wisconsin - Madison HAMLET proseminar series. We discussed our novel application of machine teaching to discover a more optimal sequence of practice problems in chemistry.

Visualization 1.tif

, Augusto Martins, Vinicius Pepino, Heidi Ottevaere, Wendy Meulebroeck, Fernando Teixeira &
List of symbols used in the paper: A. F. Mota, A. Martins,V. M. Pepino, H. Ottevaere, W. Meulebroeck, F. L. Teixeira, and B.-H. V. Borges, "Semi-analytical modeling of arbitrarily distributed quantum emitters embedded in nano-patterned hyperbolic metamaterials", submitted to JOSA B.

MOESM3 of Impacts of cellulase deactivation at the moving air–liquid interface on cellulose conversions at low enzyme loadings

, Charles Wyman & Rajeev Kumar
Additional file 3. Cellulase deactivation at the air–liquid interface.

Vein and artery on nerve fiber layer in bright-field illumination

Serge Meimon, Elena Gofas-Salas, Pedro Mece, Laurent Mugnier, Aurelie Montmerle Bonnefois, Cyril Petit, Kate Grieve, & Michel Paques
Image sequence showing an artery (top vessel) and vein (vessel on the bottom) laying on the nerve fiber layer of a healthy subject. Several branch venules are entering the vein. Acquisition frequency is 200Hz and visualization frequency is 50Hz. Scale bar is 50µm.

Artery in dark-field illumination near the lamina cribrosa

Serge Meimon, Elena Gofas-Salas, Pedro Mece, Laurent Mugnier, Aurelie Montmerle Bonnefois, Cyril Petit, Kate Grieve, & Michel Paques
Image sequence showing an artery near the lamina cribrosa of a healthy subject. Because of the dark-field configuration the various layers of the wall and the blood flow appear highly contrasted. Acquisition frequency is 200Hz and visualization frequency is 50Hz. Scale bar is 50µm.Image sequence was corrected of the inhomogenous background and registered.

Spatio-temporally filtered blood motion in vein and artery

Serge Meimon, Elena Gofas-Salas, Pedro Mece, Laurent Mugnier, Aurelie Montmerle Bonnefois, Cyril Petit, Kate Grieve, & Michel Paques
Same as Visualization 1, after spatio-temporal filtering. The clusters of red blood cells can be followed, especially during the first part of the video (diastole). Scale bar is 50µm.

Quasi-Chemical Theory for Anion Hydration and Specific Ion Effects: Chloride vs Fluoride clusters

Ajay Muralidharan, Lawrence Pratt, & Susan Rempe
Last 5 ps from a 10 ps molecular dynamics trajectory (T = 300 K) of anion-water clusters using atom-centered basis sets and density matrix propagation method (ADMP).

Morphing beam metastructure, equipped with permanent magnets, actuated by SMA wires (first actuation scenario)

Thiago P Sales, Domingos A Rade & Daniel J Inman
Video footage of experiments conducted with a morphing beam metastructure actuated by shape memory alloy NiTi wires, equipped with permanent magnets for multistable behavior. Online Resource 1 of the article "A Morphing Metastructure Concept Combining Shape Memory Alloy Wires and Permanent Magnets for Multistable Behavior" - https://doi.org/10.1007/s40430-020-2202-0

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