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Lipid bilayer formation

Shows the deposition of liposomes on to the surface of an optical chip and their subsequent rupture and merger to form a lipid bilayer. Protein molecules then embed and float in the surface of the bilayer. This is an excerpt from a video that iemedia solutions (http://www.iemedia.co.uk) produced for the Scientific Instrumentation Division of the […]

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Gold Nanoparticles and Cancer Cell Detection

Using gold nanoparticles to target EGFR on cancer cells for easy detection … Duration : 0:1:1

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3D Tracking and Position Measurement with MEMS Mirrors

3D Tracking – Two 4-quadrant devices track a photo-detector target in 3D space. As a result of the two separate relative position acquisitions, a real-world XYZ position measurement is possible, and the result is presented to the user in mm distance from a reference point between the devices. System performs position measurement with 16-bit precision […]

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laser tv (without MEMS) radar printer projector camera

This scanning video technique is quite different from LCD projectors. 25 frames of real-time pictures per second can be performed on any screen by a 0.1 mW laser pointer without MEMS. Beam is modulated with playstation video signal and scanned with mirrors. Horizontal scanning freq. 15625Hz; Vertical scanning freq. 50Hz. Colour video is possible with […]

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Self-Assembling Nanoliter Containers

Nanotechnology, the new science of extreme miniaturization, is a rapidly growing field in engineering. On this size scale, it is extremely difficult and expensive to fabricate analogs of macroscale engineering, such as grippers. Drawing inspiration from biological fabrication in nature, engineers are seeking to self-assemble structures from the bottom up. This manufacturing paradigm has been […]

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Lipid Deposition

Step 2 of lipid bilayer construction on silicon substrates. The lipids are deposited in a solution of chloroform, which then evaporates. When the chloroform evaporates, the hydrophilic head of the lipid aligns to the water. The lipids are then collected and pressed together to form a sheet Duration : 0:0:30

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Nanotube flight

Virtual flight through a carbon nanotube. This animation doesn’t have any particular meaning, it is just a demonstration of molecular visualization capabilities of a program I’ve been working on. Check out other nanotube videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-jysi95wb4 Duration : 0:0:38

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Scifi Nanotech Animation

From my old abandoned scifi film “Chung Soi”. This scene shows a nanotechnology experiment at the Chung Soi corporation. (Come to thing of it, I hope “Chung Soi” doen’t mean anthing rude in Cantonese.) Duration : 0:0:5