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Episode Summary In this episode we talk to Dr. Jens Peter von Kries and Dr Katja Herzog from the Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) about their work on the open access technology platform EU Open Screen Project. Episode Links EU Open Screen MDC EU Open Screen Quotes "From bench to bedside, this really shows that from academia there is really a chance to help people in the clinics"
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First video of EcoStack project presentation. In this video Project goals are presented.
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Narrator/source, gender: Tshering Mtshomo, female Age of narrator at time of narration: 35 Informed consent obtained: Yes Birthplace of narrator: Mazi Township, Daofu County, Ganzi Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China (lived in birthplace until early twenties, primarily speaking Stau, secondarily speaking Amdo Tibetan) Date of recording: Friday, December 12, 2014 at 11:17 AM Place of recording: Chengdu, Sichuan, China Length of recording: 13 minutes 15 seconds File name of recordings: 141212_Stau_Ghost’s_Bride_original.m4a (recording that is transcribed); 171220_Stau_Ghost’s_Bride_ retelling.wav (48 kHz, 16 bits; retelling of the same narrative; not transcribed; 12 minutes 01 seconds; recorded Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 11:16 AM) Recording equipment: iPhone (for 141212_Stau_Ghost’s_Bride_original.m4a); Edirol UA-700 mixer with a Shure microphone, directly recording into a laptop through Adobe Audition (for 171220_Stau_Ghost’s_Bride_ retelling.wav) First transcription date: April 15, 2015 Final transcription date: March 2, 2020
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Narrator/source, gender: Tshering Mtshomo, female Age of narrator at time of narration: 35 Informed consent obtained: Yes Birthplace of narrator: Mazi Township, Daofu County, Ganzi Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China (lived in birthplace until early twenties, primarily speaking Stau, secondarily speaking Amdo Tibetan) Date of recording: Friday, December 12, 2014 at 11:17 AM Place of recording: Chengdu, Sichuan, China Length of recording: 13 minutes 15 seconds File name of recordings: 141212_Stau_Ghost’s_Bride_original.m4a (recording that is transcribed); 171220_Stau_Ghost’s_Bride_ retelling.wav (48 kHz, 16 bits; retelling of the same narrative; not transcribed; 12 minutes 01 seconds; recorded Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 11:16 AM) Recording equipment: iPhone (for 141212_Stau_Ghost’s_Bride_original.m4a); Edirol UA-700 mixer with a Shure microphone, directly recording into a laptop through Adobe Audition (for 171220_Stau_Ghost’s_Bride_ retelling.wav) First transcription date: April 15, 2015 Final transcription date: March 2, 2020
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Want to know what ExPaNDS is providing for scientists? Watch this 1'20'' Infographics video.
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Human wrist vein biometric recognition is one of the least used vascular biometric modalities. Nevertheless, it has similar usability and is as safe as the two most common vascular variants in the commercial and research worlds: hand palm vein and finger vein modalities. Besides, the wrist vein variant, with wider veins, provides a clearer and better visualization and definition of the unique vein patterns. In this paper, a novel vein wrist non-contact system has been designed, implemented, and tested. For this purpose, a new contactless database has been collected with the software algorithm TGS-CVBR®. The database, called UC3M-CV1, consists of 1200 near-infrared contactless images of 100 different users, collected in two separate sessions, from the wrists of 50 subjects (25 females and 25 males). Environmental light conditions for the different subjects and sessions have been not controlled: different daytimes and different places (outdoor/indoor). The software algorithm created for the recognition task is PIS-CVBR®. The results obtained by combining these three elements, TGS-CVBR®, PIS-CVBR®, and UC3M-CV1 dataset, are compared using two other different wrist contact databases, PUT and UC3M (best value of Equal Error Rate (EER) = 0.08%), taken into account and measured the computing time, demonstrating the viability of obtaining a contactless real-time-processing wrist system.
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Cette vidéo a été faite pour un chapitre de livre sur la préservation de la biodiversité.
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Want to know what ExPaNDS is providing for scientists? Watch this 1'20'' infographics video.
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Audio recording of a talk given by David Mellor at the Reward/Equator conference organised by the Bf3R seminar series. The audio can be combined with the original slides found here: https://osf.io/fqypv The BfR is the German Centre for the Protection of Laboratory Animals at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment. The Bf3R organized the focus track “Improving biomedical research through preregistration” at the REWARD/EQUATOR conference in Berlin, where David Mellor was an invited expert speaker. The aim of this conference is: “sharing strategies for research improvement”.
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Want to know what ExPaNDS is providing for scientists? Watch this 1'20'' infographics video.
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