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Vote for OPAL

OPAL is one of three finalists for Best Environment Project and they need as many of your votes as possible to help them win. For more information please visit http://bit.ly/olswdC

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High-resolution microscope movie - a Natural Killer (NK) white blood cell contacts a diseased cell

NK cell proteins are essential to detecting the diseased cells like cancers. Here they organise into a ring within which 'killing' granules are delivered to the diseased cell. Narration by Dr Alice Brown, movie compiled by Warwick Bromley.

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<!--IMEDIA--><div class="imedia standard image-left"><div id="imedia-1894"><img src="http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/imedia/images/view/1894/medium/image.jpg" width="320" height="240" /> <a href="http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/imedia/content/view/1894/High-resolution+microscope+movie+-+a+Natural+Killer+%28NK%29+white+blood+cell+contacts+a+diseased+cell"><h2>High-resolution microscope movie - a Natural Killer (NK) white blood cell contacts a diseased cell</h2></a><p><a href="http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/imedia/content/tagged/tag:naturalsciences">natural sciences</a></p></div></div><!--END IMEDIA-->

Dr Ernesto Cota explains how the Als adhesin molecule helps yeasts infect human tissue

Research from Imperial College London has uncovered the mechanism that helps yeast cells attach to human cells, often causing unpleasant fungal infections. This new information could lead scientists to develop new anti-fungal medicines

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<!--IMEDIA--><div class="imedia standard image-left"><div id="imedia-1875"><img src="http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/imedia/images/view/1875/medium/image.jpg" width="320" height="240" /> <a href="http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/imedia/content/view/1875/Dr+Ernesto+Cota+explains+how+the+Als+adhesin+molecule+helps+yeasts+infect+human+tissue"><h2>Dr Ernesto Cota explains how the Als adhesin molecule helps yeasts infect human tissue</h2></a><p><a href="http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/imedia/content/tagged/tag:naturalsciences">natural sciences</a></p></div></div><!--END IMEDIA-->

Can we freeze time? Laser adventures in the realm of the nano-nanosecond

Take a tour of high-speed measurement technology that provides startling insight into the world around us, from electrons to galloping horses. Professor John Tisch delivers his inaugural lecture. Recorded at Imperial College London on 22 July 2011

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Parakeet project calls for a flock of bird-spotters in South-East England

Volunteers are needed to help Imperial scientists carry out a regular census of Rose-ringed Parakeets, small but noisy green birds living in London and the South-East of England.

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