In Vivo

In vivo (Latin for “within the living”) is experimentation using a whole, living organism- as opposed to a partial or dead organism. Animal testing and clinical trials are two forms of in vivo research. It includes “pure” research such as genetics, developmental biology, behavioral studies, as well as applied research such as biomedical research, xenotransplantation, drug […]

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In Gaol

Mount Crawford Prison, Wellington, NZ, Nov 2012:  Mount Crawford (or Wellington prison) was closed in mid November 2012 after 85 years of operation.  The jail on Miramar Peninsula was built by prisoners themselves in 1927, using concrete blocks made with sand from Wellington’s South Coast. The weekend after the closure, the Department of Corrections opened […]

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Palmer Heads

Wellington NZ, August 2012: A couple of nights ago we explored a former WWII post in Wellington. We got up atop the highest remaining structure (the Radar station) and set-up our camera’s. Note the plural, as we all had at least three camera’s (each) on hand… The plan was to shoot some time-lapse sequences of […]

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