Monday, February 16, 2009

Fantastic voyage inside a cell(video)

"The Inner Life of the Cell," an eight-minute animation with narration, combines a range of current scientific models with visually engaging, intricate images to create a feel for the molecular workings and complex interactions of a cell. The award-winning animation from Harvard University represents a key selection of molecular events that allow a white blood cell to sense its surroundings and respond to an external stimulus. It animates the process of leukocyte extravasation, the movement of leukocytes, white blood cells that defend the body against disease, toward the site of tissue damage or infection, while touring major parts of the cell.


I have kept 2 videos ,the first one is the longer version with explanation & then the second one is the shorter version with beautiful music as background score.

This is the longer version with explanation.



This is the shorter version with captivating music background score.

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