bioscope


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bioscope

1. a kind of early film projector
2. a South African word for cinema
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A "uniquely aligned" read was defined as a read with a maximum scoring alignment to the genome that was (a) at least 24 times higher and (b) at least 4 times higher than any of the other alignments of that read to the genome [see the online Data Supplement and BioScope 1.
In a chapter devoted to "Cinematic Narration in the Modernist Novel," for instance, Gillespie offers tantalizing tidbits about cinematic moments in Proust's Recherche, allusions to the Bioscope Theatre in Mann's Magic Mountain, and brief analogies to film in the "Aeolus" and "Circe" episodes of Joyce's Ulysses, all in the context of illustrating the impact of "the simultaneity of disparata time strata" on European and American culture during World War I (124).
As a "bioscope walli"--a village woman with a bioscope showing views of Indian cities--she sang, "Dilli ka Kuttub Minar dekho .
Our investigations led to the development of a novel apparatus, the bioscope, which fulfils these requirements (Sargsyan & Ter-Grigoryan, 2001, 2002; Sargsyan, Ter-Grigoryan, & Zhamkochyan, 2000).
30 pm on Tuesday 7 February 1900, when a travelling Bioscope show was put on in the Infant Schoolroom in Mickleover, Derbyshire, this is simply the first evidence for a children's film show (a publicity poster) that has survived.
29) Amorous couples, and sporadic fights in the plebeian cinemas added to the texture of the Cape Town bioscope.
Bioscope (animated cell biology)National Film Board of Canada 350 Fifth Ave Suite 1212 New York, NY 10018 1-800-542-2164
The Bioscope Company of Halifax, the first Canadian film--production company, produces a series of scenes for Canadian Pacific Railways to encourage British immigration to Canada.
However, even though the company sells one system tailored to life science applications, the BioScope SMP, it appears Veeco has not pursued the life science market as forcefully as some of its competitors, perhaps preferring markets with which it is familiar.
Interestingly, film historian Peter Moms has pointed out that the Bioscope Company of Canada, set up by the British film producer Charles Urban, did not always follow the CPR's instructions "not to take any winter scenes under any conditions;" this independent-mindedness on the part of the film-makers may also account for the inclusion in this series of scenes from a Labour Day Parade in Vancouver, for the CPR was not known to encourage the recruitment of workers with union ideas.
The sample heaters shown at ANTEC represent the first in a series of new environmental accessories for Digital Instruments' MultiMode, BioScope, and Dimension 3100 SPMs (scanning probe microscopes).