A foam-based technology developed under DARPA‘s Wound Stasis System program has demonstrated encouraging results in testing. In test models, the foam has been shown to control hemorrhaging in a patient’s intact abdominal cavity for at least one hour.uring testing, application of the product reduced blood loss six-fold and increased the rate of survival at three hours post-injury to 72 percent from the eight percent observed in controls.
DNA Illustrations is a biomedical visualization company specializing in custom concept illustrations for editorial use. The principal illustrators each have nearly 20 years of experience working with images dealing with surgery, anatomy, disease process, patient education and immunology.
The Skull Brain, done in different colors and materials, will be showcased at the Art Miami, CONTEXT pavilion at Black Square Gallery. CONTEXT, Miami’s newest cutting-edge, contemporary art fair, will launch with a VIP Private Preview on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, coinciding with the 23rd edition of Art Miami.
Hominid is an animated teaser based on the Hominid series of photo composites by Brian Andrews. The series has been exhibited internationally, including at SIGGRAPH, in the Hong Kong Exhibition Center, and at numerous galleries. This animated teaser was produced at Ex’pression College for Digital Arts.
Some scientist did an experiment on a squid which naturally do not possess ears to listen to cypress hill .Watch video to see how do they respond .
During experiments on the axons of the Woods Hole squid (loligo pealei), we tested our cockroach leg stimulus protocol on the squid’s chromatophores. The results were both interesting and beautiful. The video is a view through an 8x microscope zoomed in on the dorsal side of the caudal fin of the squid. We used a suction electrode to stimulate the fin nerve. Chromatophores are pigmeted cells that come in 3 colors: Brown, Red, and Yellow. Each chromatophore is lined with up to 16 muscles that contract to reveal their color.
In 2010 three institutes combined their collections forming NCB Naturalis, the Dutch centre of excellence for biodiversity studies. Herewith becoming one of the largest collections in the world, with over 37 million objects. We were asked to create a film in which the past, present and future of the organisation is visualized.