CELLebration

Rachel Fink, Mount Holyoke College
Rachel Fink, Mount Holyoke College

CELLebration

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Sponsored by the American Society for Cell Biology, this videotape is a collection of footage of sequences filmed by active researchers in cell biology.

A wide variety of microscopic and imaging techniques (including DIC, fluorescence, and time-lapse) have been used to capture these extraordinary events. This video will be appropriate for introductory biology courses to demonstrate how alive cells are, as well as for upper-level...

Sponsored by the American Society for Cell Biology, this videotape is a collection of footage of sequences filmed by active researchers in cell biology.

A wide variety of microscopic and imaging techniques (including DIC, fluorescence, and time-lapse) have been used to capture these extraordinary events. This video will be appropriate for introductory biology courses to demonstrate how alive cells are, as well as for upper-level students who are interested in the details of cellular phenomena.

A portion of the royalties from this video will go to the American Society for Cell Biology to support future educational initiatives.

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