By types: Documentaries
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:40.62G 6/15/2014
Educational film for students, disclosing the sequence of occurrence of crises of the capitalist system of production.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:28.887G 6/15/2014
The film tells about the new experimental forms of education in schools of Moscow.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:15:48.825G 6/15/2014
The film introduces viewers to the hydrodynamic models of the cyclone, talks about their creator Academician AM Obukhov.
Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:33.823G 6/15/2014
Theory astrophysicists at birth of the universe. (On two mathematical models of the evolution of the universe of our compatriot Fridmana.
Film introduces the lives and activities remarkable scientist-mathematician and geophysicist Alexander Friedman, with his theory of turbulence, which many years later after the author's death, finds a growing number of supporters among scientists from different countries) (Part 1 - Young Einstein.
Winter SPB. Friedman.
Photo KMB. Big Bang.
Dialogue Friedman and Einstein.
Moon, clouds, opening in 1965, the CMB. Photos Friedman.
Block - Poems (episode).)
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:13:50.234G 6/15/2014
The film tells the story of laser science and technology.
Documentary, 6 parts, Duration: 0:53:56.936G 6/15/2014
Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:08:36.68G 6/15/2014
The film reflects the company's export program: a wide range of products in various industries. (Part 1 - Commercial port cranes.
Slide the bellows.
Models show fur things coats Chernoburov fox, fox.
Porcelain production and sets.
Reducing equipment and space.
Powder metallurgy products.)
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:55.242G 6/15/2014
Educational film for students.
Animated film about how the cell lives.
Living here takes some resemblance to the mechanical performance. "Actors" dutifully perform the role and nature directs their actions to one, to its knowledge, goals.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:43.925G 6/15/2014
Educational film for students.
Molecular Biophysics deals with associations - circus, Rugby etc ...
In the film, called "Molecular Biophysics", the ship departs from the gateway as a sling to arc curved water horizon... a Spectacle to match the fantasies of R. Magritte, where the rock soars over spinulata wave, and storm clouds punched through the outline of birds in the sky.
And all are teeming, seething, warp, creeps, melts, bodies do not write the rules of gravity, narrow the scope of species, and the laws of physics recognizes only the theory of relativity - metal flies, the air solid, the waves frothing at the shore, mchu... back, Ty have a spherical horizon, the fire creates life-giving items, then just starting by themselves to jump and move...
Matter if a whim takes a moment or that random shape... (Part 1 - the Line between the Living and the nonliving (Kobrin) Circus (rapid) Driveways streets, gateways, etc.
The principles of relativity, complementarity, etc. (MLT) (COMB) (RAPID) (freeze frames, etc.) Part 2 - a continuation of the theme.)
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:27.4G 6/15/2014
Educational film for university students.
About processes in the living cell, photosynthesis.
The study of biophysical aspects of photobiological processes is the central section of quantum biophysics.
To carry photobiological processes, starting with the light absorption of a quantum of biologically important molecules and ending with a physiological response (positive or negative) at the level of the organism.
Photobiological processes are very diverse.
Each of them consists of many stages, starting with an act of absorption of a light quantum and ending physiological-cal reactions at the level of the whole organism.
Conventionally, every fotobiolo-cal process can be divided into several stages: 1) absorption of a quantum of light, 2) intramolecular processes of energy exchange (Photophysical processes); 3) intermolecular energy transfer processes of the excited state; 4) primary photochemical act; 5) dark reactions, yuschiesya-ending with the formation of stable products; 6) biochemical reactions involving photoproducts; 7) The general physiological response to light.