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St. Peters Square. 2013
Nanocrystalline Cellulose Acts as Viral Inhibitor
Researchers have succeeded in creating a surface on nanosized cellulose crystals that imitates a biological structure. The surface adsorbs viruses and disables them. The results can prove useful in the development of antiviral ointments and surfaces.
There are many viral diseases in the world for which no pharmaceutical treatment exists. These include, among others, dengue fever, which is spread by mosquitoes in the tropics, as well as a type of diarrhea, which is more familiar in Finland and is easily spread by the hands and can be dangerous especially for small children and the elderly.
Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/04/nanocrystalline-cellulose-acts-viral-inhibitor
Industrial landscape by AristotleKallis
Meet Theo. He’s 10, he’s blind and he hates it when people are too nice to him!
International Emmy Award winning and BAFTA nominated collection of eight short documentary portraits, featuring children from across the UK with a range of differences, disabilities and medical conditions. The child-led films have been praised for their craft and non-patronising approach in which the children tell us “what it’s like to be me”.
Awards & Accolades
International Emmy Award Winner, Best Children’s Factual Programme
BAFTA Nominee, Best Primary Learning Programme
RTS NW Nominee, Best Children’s Programme,
Kidscreen Award Nominee, Best One Off, Special or Movie
Broadcast Digital Award Nominee, Best Children’s Content
Learning On Screen Award Nomination
Finalist in the Japan Prize
Equipment Details for camera bods:
Cameras: 5d mkii and 7d
Lenses: 24-70mm L-series, 70-200mm L-series, 50mm f1.2 -series, 85mm L-series and 24mm L-series.
Monopod and occasional tripod and Zacuto Z-finder.