Fwd: JoVE - Video Publication of Biological Experiments: Issue 10

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Jean-Claude Bradley

Jan 23, 2008, 7:22:05 AM1/23/08
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As I mentioned recently

JoVE is willing to send over their camera people to record some of our experiments.

I'm forwarding the latest issue so UsefulChem lab members can get an idea of what they can do.

At minimum we would like to show how to prepare and characterize a Ugi product.

Keep that in mind as you are doing experiments over the next few weeks.

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From: Editor, Journal of Visualized Experiments <edi...@myjove.com >
Date: Jan 22, 2008 5:03 PM
Subject: JoVE - Video Publication of Biological Experiments: Issue 10
To: brad...@drexel.edu

Dear Scientist,

We would like to inform you about the 10-th issue of video-publication Journal of Visualized Experiment (JoVE). It is freely available online at www.jove.com.

This issue includes video-articles from labs at Harvard, UCSF and Rockefeller, demonstrating advanced experimental approaches in a variety of areas including stem cells, developmental biology and behavioral studies in Drosophila.

Derivation of Human Embryonic Stem Cells by Immunosurgery
Alice Chen and Douglas Melton
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University

Orthotopic Mouse Model of Colorectal Cancer
William Tseng, Xianne Leong and Edgar Engleman
Department of Surgery, Department of Pathology, Stanford University School

High-resolution measurement of odor-driven behavior in Drosophila larvae
Matthieu Louis, Silvia Piccinotti and Leslie Vosshall
Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Behavior, Rockefeller University

We hope you will find this issue useful to your work.


Moshe Pritsker and the JoVE Team

Moshe Pritsker, Ph.D.
Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE), www.JoVE.com
e-mail: edi...@myjove.com

About JoVE

JoVE was founded as the first online academic journal devoted to video-publication of biological research. This new method of publishing has a significantly higher capacity for visualization than traditional print medium, which increases reproducibility of published studies thereby improving efficiency of research in biological sciences. The JoVE Editorial Board includes 20 scientists from Harvard, Princeton, NIH, and other institutions. JoVE has so far released 10 monthly issues including over 160 video-articles on experimental approaches in developmental biology, neuroscience, microbiology and other fields. To facilitate integration of video into scientific publishing, JoVE has developed an organizational and technical structure to perform and/or assist scientists with filming and editing in their labs.

The following are some of the coverage received by JoVE in the scientific and popular press:

Nature: http://www.nature.com/news/2006/061120/full/061120-12.html
The Scientist: http://www.the-scientist.com/news/home/53500/
WIRED: http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2007/10/jove

Jean-Claude Bradley, Ph. D.
E-Learning Coordinator for the College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Drexel University

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