From Fact Magazine’s top 20 mixes of 2008: In Houston DJ Squincy Jones’ words, this “combines three of the raddest things to ever happen to music: Dubstep, 8bit Nintendo Loops and Rap.” The first, it has to be said, is greatly exaggerated — sure, there are edits, and a sample from the original Zelda over ‘Jagz the Smack’, but for the most part this mix is simple — Southern hip-hop acapellas over dubstep beats. And the music from Lost Boys


  • Mario Ds Screwed Intro
  • Rogue State - Lions Paw (Metroid - Kraid’s Hide Edit)
  • Babylon System - Dancing Shoes (Draped Out Edit)
  • Walsh & Kromestarr - Panik Room (3 Kings Edit)
  • Marlow - Road Kill (Goonies Edit)
  • Benga - Zombie Jig (Wizards & Warriors Kryptonite Edit)
  • Rusko - Hornz Cru (Diet Kryptonite Edit)
  • Loefah - Disko Rekah (Goonies Pop Trunk Edit)
  • Unsolved Mysteries Theme
  • Chimpo - Lockoff (Freaky Girl Edit)
  • Nastee Boi - Bangorz (Knuck if you Buck Edit)
  • Mike Lennon - When Science Fails (Hektagon Remix) (Shorty Swing Edit)
  • Babylon System - Loaded
  • DJ Unk - Beatn Down Yo Block
  • Woogie - End Dub
  • Rustie - Response
  • DZ - Just Rolling
  • Rustie - Jagz The Smack (Zelda Edit)
  • Gerard McMann - Cry Little Sister
  • Kode 9 - 9 Samurai
  • Kode 9 - 9 Samurai (Quarta 330 Remix)

Taken from their new EP “The Antidote” this is the video for ‘Talk to Frank’ from Virus Syndicate. The Antidote EP is the 3rd in the Breakout Trilogy series of EPs released on Contagious Music. Both previous releases in this series have received great reviews and support from DJs, press and radio alike and The Antidote continues the trend.

Talk To Frank has been chosen for inclusion on the LA Dubstep Mixtape, a project put together by Snoop Dogg’s management and mixed by Plastician, which pairs up the best dubstep producers with big US Hip Hop MCs including Snoop, Xzibit and Eve amongst others. ‘Talk to Frank’ is the only all UK track on the CD, which demonstrates the respect for Virus Syndicate as MCs and producers!

The Brown iGEM Team shows off the Nanodrop Spectrophotometer and compares it to regular spectrophotometers.

The Roll Deep Crew have just released this compilation featuring all their Classic Grime Anthems
Known as the forefathers of Grime and legends in the UK Underground music scene, Roll Deep have set their place in history. This release is a compilation of all the classic tracks from Roll deep, including previously unreleased material from the earlier vintage Roll Deep catalogu and tracks from all 3 albums. This is one not to be missed.

Track List

01 - Eskimo Vocal Mix
02 - When I'm Ere
03 - Roll Deep Regular
04 - Do This Ting
05 - Bounce
06 - Babylon Burner
07 - Heat Up
08 - Badman
09 - Shake A Leg
10 - Eskimo Remix
11 - Remember The Days
12 - They Should Know
13 - Do Me Wrong (Ft Janee)
14 - U Were Always
15 - I Will Not Lose
16 - Celebrate
17 - Terrible
18 - Avenue
19 - Movin In Circles

Street Anthems is an album compiling a selection of their biggest tracks from what seems like a never-ending back catalog, including some of their earliest works right up to their latest single, mixing up the tracklisting between undeniable underground classics and some infectious overground pop.

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Biological Physics Seminar - Fall 2009

"Pathologist in a box for automated cancer diagnosis"
Alan Nelson
Exec. Director, The Biodesign Institute
Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Location: Biodesign B105
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Host: Timothy Newman
In most of the Western world, the diagnosis of cancer is performed exclusively by a pathologist, not an oncologist, radiologist or any other physician who actually deals with the cancer patient. For this most important diagnosis, the pathologist uses an instrument that, in principal, is over 300 years old. Even more amazing is that the pathologist makes no measurements whatsoever, and yet the pathologist\'s diagnosis is taken as truth. In an attempt to automate the pathologist using state-of the-art microscopy, computerized image processing and classification, the so called \"pathologist in a box\" concept encounters many obstacles; some technical and others psychological in nature. We will explore the complex question of automating the pathologist with regard to both areas of challenge.