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The Cyborg Revolution
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produced by Tatsuhiro Fujiki, NHK International Inc. (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2008), 1 hour 2 mins
Cyborg technology is a revolutionary development in rehabilitation medicine. It allows the brain and nervous system to manipulate specially engineered devices that help people regain the use of impaired body function. Once a dream of science fiction, this revolutionary technology is now becoming a reality. Getting...
produced by Tatsuhiro Fujiki, NHK International Inc. (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2008), 1 hour 2 mins
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Kidney on Ice
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produced by Anja Dalhoff, 1953-, Danish Doc Production (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2008), 51 mins
Kidney on Ice looks at organ trafficking from a variety of perspectives, exploring the tragic stories of people selling their organs and those who desperately need an transplant.
produced by Anja Dalhoff, 1953-, Danish Doc Production (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2008), 51 mins
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Research Collection, Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
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produced by Cecile Taillandier, fl. 2008 and Patrick Chiuzzi, fl. 2004, Cap Canal and C Productions Chromatiques, in Research Collection (Paris, Ile-de-France: 10 Francs, 2008), 52 mins
General overview of the nanotechnology science and industry; reviewing the applications in the areas of medicine, computers, sensors, and robotics. Concern has mounted in the international community regarding the toxicity and impact of the use of nanomaterials in the human body and the environment.
produced by Cecile Taillandier, fl. 2008 and Patrick Chiuzzi, fl. 2004, Cap Canal and C Productions Chromatiques, in Research Collection (Paris, Ile-de-France: 10 Francs, 2008), 52 mins
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Success through Failure: The Paradox of Design
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written by Henry Petroski (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2006, originally published 2006), 250 page(s)
This book examines the importance of engineering design as well as society's ability to respond to design flaws.
written by Henry Petroski (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2006, originally published 2006), 250 page(s)
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Assessment of Radiological Consequences and Evaluation of Protective Measures
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(1991),
Source: www-pub.iaea.org
An aftermath report published by the International Chernobyl Project on August 1991.
(1991),
Source: www-pub.iaea.org
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Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 30:, Honey Bee Aerobatics
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produced by Mark Horstman, fl. 2009-2012 and Anja Taylor, fl. 2011, in Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 30: (Sydney, New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2011), 5 mins
Through the use of self-controlled flight simulators, the flight patterns of the honey bee are simulated to study “optic flow”, and to study how the bees guide themselves through their environments to control their flight and locomotion. By imitating how honeybees see, engineers and researchers have made it...
produced by Mark Horstman, fl. 2009-2012 and Anja Taylor, fl. 2011, in Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 30: (Sydney, New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2011), 5 mins
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Portable Scanners
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
Though EEG (Electroencephalography) has been around for decades, now, new technology allows us to detect and measure brain activity with a lightweight headset and mobile phone. National Geographic Emerging Explorer and entrepreneur Tan Le demonstrates how her company's EEG headset and software can be used for a va...
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
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Robust Design: Repertoire of Biological, Ecological, and Engineering Case Studies
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written by Erica Jen; edited by Erica Jen (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2005, originally published 2005), 306 page(s)
This system provides a comprehensive analysis of the stability of biological, ecological, and computer systems.
written by Erica Jen; edited by Erica Jen (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2005, originally published 2005), 306 page(s)
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Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 5, GM For Good
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produced by Graham Phillips, fl. 1984-2012, in Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 5 (Sydney, New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2011), 6 mins
The history of GM Food research is reviewed, including what is being done now to improve the nutritional value of food. Genetic modification of food can be increased as shown by the example of the African food crop, cassawa. Research has shown that the mushroom and petunia can be used as potential gene sources f...
produced by Graham Phillips, fl. 1984-2012, in Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 5 (Sydney, New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2011), 6 mins
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Connect, Connect, Episode 7
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produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, World Wide Entertainment, in Connect (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2012), 24 mins
A mini computer linked to GPS is providing tourists in Berlin with a guided tour of the city. Combined with picture and audio files is a lesson in history, taking visitors back to turbulent events in the city, during the time when Berlin was divided. Little remains of the Berlin Wall, but the GPS shows exactly the...
produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, World Wide Entertainment, in Connect (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2012), 24 mins
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