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Nancy Brown at the 2017 Stanford Medicine Big Data in Biomedicine Conference

Nancy Brown at the 2017 Stanford Medicine Big Data in Biomedicine Conference

(soothing, futuristic music playing) – [Bob] Well thanks for, uh… (audience applauds) It’s great to see the room still full here at the last afternoon of the meeting. It’s been a terrific meeting and I think you’ll be pleased at this next plenary session. It’s my real privilege to introduce my friend and colleague, Nancy […]

Going Viral: The Digital Future of Public Health | Rachel McKendry | TEDxExeter

Going Viral: The Digital Future of Public Health | Rachel McKendry | TEDxExeter

Translator: Rachael Williams Reviewer: Denise RQ Hello everybody. I’d like to begin by asking you to please take out your mobile phones. I know it’s not a request that you’ll be asked at the beginning of many talks. Normally, you’re asked to put them away, but please don’t be shy take them out and hold […]

Amputees feel as though their prosthesic limb belongs to their own body

We want to help amputees to use their prosthetic device, and to do this, we tricked the brain into believing that the prosthetic device belongs to the physical body, is actually perceived as their own physical body. What’s really new about our approach is that we can restore the perception of the phantom limb and […]

Why you should treat the tech you use at work like a colleague | Nadjia Yousif

Why you should treat the tech you use at work like a colleague | Nadjia Yousif

So, imagine a company hires a new employee, best in the business, who’s on a multimillion-dollar contract. Now imagine that whenever this employee went to go meet with her team members, the appointments were ignored or dismissed, and in the meetings that did happen, she was yelled at or kicked out after a few minutes. […]

3D printing yourself a hand: Deus Ex’s bionic limbs are being made for real by Open Bionics

What is really cool about this technology is that we can radically change the fitting process for prosthetics it can take months before somebody actually gets their prosthetic somebody could order a prosthetic for us on a Monday and receive it on the Friday without ever meeting with us and that’s huge for kids for […]

Amputee Feels in Real-Time with Bionic Hand

Amputee Feels in Real-Time with Bionic Hand

For the first time, we were able to restore real-time sensory feeling in an amputee while he was controlling this sensorized hand. It was quite amazing because suddenly I could feel something that I haven’t been feeling for nine years. My kids, they thought it was cool. They even called me the cable-guy. We performed […]

Beauty in Science: Biophysicist Klaus Schulten and his Computational Microscope

Beauty in Science: Biophysicist Klaus Schulten and his Computational Microscope

I’m Klaus Schulten. I’m a physicist who uses his concepts and methods to study living cells. I built over the years what I like to call a “computational microscope”, made of concepts and ideas from physics and chemistry and mathematics and made of software and computers that put those ideas and concepts together to simulate […]

#10 Biochemistry Enzymes II Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Kevin Ahern: Tailgating is always fun. The beautiful thing about tailgating is, it doesn’t matter if you win or lose. [laughter] Before the game even starts, you’re ready. It doesn’t matter, right? [laughter] Last time I got started talking about enzymes, and I’ll be talking about enzymes today and in the lecture on Wednesday. I’ve […]