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Biocompare Releases Documentary on “What Researchers Need to Know…

Biocompare just released its third documentary entitled “What Researchers Need to Know about Antibody Manufacturing”. The goal of this film is to educate scientists about antibody production,... (PRWeb December 13, 2018) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/biocompare_releases_documentary_on_what_researchers_need_to_know_about_antibody_manufacturing/prweb15982741.htm

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The team behind ‘First Man’ aims to de-mythologize the space program

Even for those of us born decades after the event itself, Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon remain among history’s most iconic and indelible images. Can a Hollywood movie tell us anything new about that moment? With “First Man” (which opens today), “La La Land” director Damien Chazelle certainly tries. The film climaxes with an eerie and beautiful dramatization of Apollo 11, and with Armstrong’s famous words about a giant leap for mankind. But it’s what comes before that feels revelatory — the film’s fastidious attention to the training, the mistakes and the disasters that all led up to that moment. Most of those details come from real life, according to screenwriter Josh Singer (who won an Oscar for co-writing “Spotlight”). His starting point was James R. Hansen’s biography of Armstrong (who’s played in the film by Ryan Gosling), and Singer said he was also able to pepper Hansen, as well as Armstrong’s sons Mark and Rick, with questions. That doesn’t mean everything in the film sticks to the historical record. In fact, Singer said that one of the things he tried to do in the annotated screenplay was to highlight the areas where the movie diverged from reality. But even then, it seems like the moments when Singer made things up or fudged the facts weren’t all that far from the truth. “We felt a tremendous responsibility to Neil and his family,” he said.

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Preserve Your Memories with the Kodak Digitizing Box

The Kodak Digitizing Box brings a modern version of Kodak’s yellow envelope back to customer door steps. A box is shipped to the customer and they place inside of it the media they want to be converted. The media is mailed back in a pre-paid, pre-addressed box. The Kodak Digitizing Box offers four options of service, with 19 types of media available for conversion to digital, including, VHS tapes, Reel to Reel audio tape, Super 8 Film, 35mm slides and picture negatives.

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Rolleiflex Instant Kamera Hands-on Photos

The Rolleiflex Instant Kamera , "an instant camera with the legendary twin lens design and modern features", is alive and well and on display at Photokina 2018. Announced back in April, 671 backers pledged a whopping HK$ 2,326,388 to help bring the project to life, far surpassing its HK$ 200,000 goal.

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