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Week 06 - Gender (PSS100 Introduction to Sociology)

Divisions based on the perceptions of difference between men and women.

Created by: Craig McIntosh
Year: 2012
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 5:08 PM
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Week 04 - Class (PSS100 Introduction to Sociology)

Social hierarchies.

Created by: Craig McIntosh
Year: 2012
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 5:07 PM
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Week 02 - Social structures-social interaction (PSS100 Introduction to Sociology)

The institutions of society and how individuals integrate.

Created by: Craig McIntosh
Year: 2012
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 5:06 PM
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Getting the most from the PA Directory of Funders

Overview of the PA Directory of Funders database, presented by Chris Wootton (Philanthropic Services Manager, Philanthropy Australia)

Created by: Chris Wootton
Year: 2016
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 5:04 PM
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3D surface models of titanium thin films, dragonfly wings and silicon wafer based on 2D data

Comparative visualization of material surfaces of 150 nm-thick titanium thin films, dragonfly (Hemianax papuensis) wings and silicon wafers derived from atomic force microscopy (AFM) roughness data and scanning electron describe the presentation and microscopy (SEM) imaging.

Created by: Veselin Boshkovikj, NanoBiotech group
Year: 2013
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 4:10 PM
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Bacterial interaction with 12 nm thin film titanium surface

Two surfaces with the dimension of 10 μm x 10 μm and 1 μm x 1 μm were visualized with accurate topographical data obtained with AFM. The two species of bacteria were made and scaled respectfully with Maya's modeling tools. The dynamic motions were achieved with the Dynamic menu set in Maya, representing the two different interactions of the cells.

Created by: Veselin Boshkovikj, NanoBiotech group
Year: 2013
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 4:10 PM
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Bacterial interaction with non modified titanium surface

Two surfaces with the dimension of 10 μm x 10 μm and 1 μm x 1 μm were visualized with accurate topographical data obtained with AFM. The two species of bacteria were made and scaled respectfully with Maya's modeling tools. The dynamic motions were achieved with the Dynamic menu set in Maya, representing the two different interactions of the cells.

Created by: Veselin Boshkovikj, NanoBiotech group
Year: 2013
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 4:10 PM
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V2 (Reconstruction of titanium surfaces via cross sectional profiling)

The video V1 and V2 showed the cross-section and surface transition of 4 different titanium surfaces, as-received commercially pure (AR) Ti grade 2 and grade 4 with corresponding ultrafine grained structured Ti surfaces modified by ECAP technique.

Created by: Elena Ivanova, NanoBiotech group
Year: 2015
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 4:10 PM
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V1 (Reconstruction of titanium surfaces via cross sectional profiling)

The video V1 and V2 showed the cross-section and surface transition of 4 different titanium surfaces, as-received commercially pure (AR) Ti grade 2 and grade 4 with corresponding ultrafine grained structured Ti surfaces modified by ECAP technique.

Created by: Elena Ivanova, NanoBiotech group
Year: 2015
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 4:10 PM
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3D models of black silicon and dragonfly Diplacodes bipunctata wing surfaces

Animated rotating 3D models of black silicon and dragonfly Diplacodes bipunctata wing surfaces. The nanoprotrusions on both surface types have a tendency to group together at the tip, although this behaviour was more prevalent on the dragonfly wing surface. The differences and similarities in the two surface structures are exemplified in three-dimensional reconstructions based on a displacement map technique.

Created by: Veselin Boshkovikj, NanoBiotech group
Year: 2013
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:18 February 2019 4:10 PM
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