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Tal Danino explains the science behind his incredible image, Bacterial Supernova: Programming E. coli to Release Drugs into a Tumor. Tal's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See all t...
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Michael Wells explains the science behind his striking image, Patch of Light: Trying to Understand a Newly Discovered Autism-Linked Gene. Michael's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See a...
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Kwabena Badu-Nkansah explains the science behind his beautiful image, Feel the Pulse: Smooth Muscle Cells Respond to Stretching Forces. Kwabena image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See all t...
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Eric Williams explains the story behind his beautiful image, On the Scent: Investigating an Anti-Aging Gene Inside the Nose. Eric's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. To see all the winners...
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Alex Shalek explains the science behind his striking image, Cellular Injections: Using Nanowires to Investigate the Causes of Leukemia. Alex's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See a...
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The Stuart Hall Project (2012) is a film on the cultural theorist and sociologist Stuart Hall. Directed by John Akomfrah and produced by Lina Gopaul, the film debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in January of 2013. Through archival foo...
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This with/in/sight program on November 7, 2012, featured three experts exploring the future of cancer diagnostics and treatments that are personlaized to the unique attributes of each patient and their cancer. Nikhil Munshi, multip...
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Krista Lynes, Assistant Professor, Communication Studies Department, Concordia University in Montreal, Canada In his critical analysis of postmodern culture, Fredric Jameson asserted that the particular temporality of video, its &l...
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Ros Gray, Lecturer, Critical Studies, Goldsmiths University of London Within the context of cinematographic traditions and different liberation movements on the African continent, Ros Gray’s research focuses on revolutionary cinem...
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Paul Chang, Assistant Professor of Biology at MIT, explains his lab's recent discovery that the protein PARP16 plays an important role in the cell's response to unfolded proteins, and could be a target for future cancer therapies.
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What would a cinema that serves its subjects, rather than forces of capital, look like? A cinema of refusal, a cinematic non-form that breaks away from the conditions set by capital. A cinema made entirely of the process itself, that can...
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