My interests in magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy of small live critters brought me to become acquainted with the Golden Orb Weaver spider. There are numerous species of these large and beautiful spiders in the various warm, humid corners of the world, in this case it was specifically Nephila Clavipes, which is found in the […]
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A friend wrote: Brian Null has has a head full of flies and big ideas. He was raised with sheep on the Mackenzie highway in central Oregon, and this, perhaps, convinced him that one’s pursuits ought be more than condoned preparations for the selfsame slaughter. A passion for creating novel ways of perceiving nature has driven his scientific and artistic endeavors into many realms including analysis of mRNA transcript levels during metamorphosis, performance dance, urban livestock husbandry, rural human herding, and magnetic resonance imaging of living Drosophila.
- Envisioning Physical Learning, Lightning-Fast
- Of shaken beers and dropped laptops – Reflections and informations on getting through ankle surgery (microfracture and brostrom ligament repair)
- Cellular Culture – A model of structural data content beyond DNA
- Human Powered Utopian Thing
- Goat Packing Videos