From the University of California at San Diego.
Update: direct link to above page.
A well-crafted animation of ion trapping and mobility separation. It lacks a soundtrack, but it’s easy enough to add one.
YouTube with science videos, a project with the Public Library of Science, the National Science Foundation, and the San Diego Supercomputer Center (via).
A physics lecture by Prof. Walter Lewin of MIT.
At Stanford University in 1971. Compare to Harvard in 2006.
Videocasts of mass spectrometry talks (RSS):
Targeted MS Assays for Biomarkers: Enabling a Biomarker Pipeline, Leigh Anderson, Large Scale Proteomics Corporation
Emerging Role of Mass Spectrometry in Structure Elucidation of Cellular Complexes, Michal Sharon, Cambridge University
Top Down Mass Spectrometry: 2005, N. Kelleher, University of Illinois
Finding Function with Mass Spectrometry in Cancer and Infectious Disease, R. Angeletti, Albert Einstein School of Medicine
New Mass Spectral Strategies for Proteomics and Glycomics , Catherine E. Costello, Boston University
Pradeep Haldar shows off the University of Albany College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering’s SIMS instrument.