Newsreel
Science and technology 1987 № 14

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Producer Centrnauchfilm (CNF)

Director: V.Sudejkin, E.Pokrovskij, Z.Filjdman

Script writers: Buryak A., Bojko T., Grigorjeva Yu., Massovich Ya.

Operators: V.Sudejkin, E.Pokrovskij, Z.Filjdman

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3. "Alloy" On the new automated equipment for laboratory research. 4. "Pumping, screw" On a fundamentally new transmission mechanism.

Reel №1

In four newsreel story.

1st plot. "Under the scorching sun"

Turkmenistan.

View of the desert.

Flock of sheep, hobbled camel in the desert.

Kind of a pilot plant for growing chlorella research and production association "Sun", Academy of Sciences of the Turkmen SSR. Scientific staff association "The Sun" together with the specialists of the Moscow Research Institute "Biotech" in a lab conduct experiments on growing Chlorella.

View chlorella (shooting through a microscope).

Laboratory glassware with labels: "Urea", "Ammofos", "Potassium-magnesium", "Iron chlorine."

Various designs of industrial plants growing chlorella heliobiological research department.

Sheep near the feeders.

Shepherd adds the feed biomass of Chlorella.

2nd story. "Misalignment, SCREW ..."

Plot magazine introduces the different mechanisms that use screw-nut transmission, converts the rotary motion into linear.

Demonstration of tools and machines.

Demonstration of non-axial screw mechanisms.

Russia,

Vladimir.

Advice center Vladimir Polytechnic Institute, where developed misalignment screw mechanisms.

Institute employees advise visitors.

Third plot. "ALLOY"

Moscow region., City

Pushchino.

Shrugs lab tests in the laboratory.

Type of machine "Alloy", designed for chemical analyzes.

Machine was constructed at the Center for Biological Research, but was not put into production.

Showing individual blocks installation, automatic assembled demonstration of its work.

4th story. "STILL GO ANTIQUE CLOCK"

Lithuania. of

Klaipeda.

Various devices that mankind has used to measure time: hourglass; Watch candles; water clocks of different designs; spring-operated mechanical watches, etc.

Visitors to the Hall Museum hours.

Museum staff in the office studying literature about ancient hours, reduced hours.

Director of the museum hours Ramuald Martinkus the table draws mechanism vintage watches.

Key words

Landscapes. Sheep farming. Wildlife. USSR Academy of Sciences. Microbiological industry. Biology. Higher Education. Technical Physics and Applied Mechanics. Museums. Time devices.