Keeping spirits up in a downturn
Grace Segran reports from London on the current state of the spirits industry.
Will you be watching the Olympics?
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Charge Generation and Transport Mechanisms I
By: icamp2012school Koen Vandewal, Stanford University
Using improved selecting and masking
Select soft edges and areas of fine detail by using the improved Refine Edge and Refine Mask dialog boxes. View underlying layers to create realistic composites, and finesse selections by using refinement brushes.
UK data lurches towards crisis levels
Aug. 1 - UK gloom deepens as the latest manufacturing PMI numbers fall far more than expected and approach crisis levels. Markit Chief Economist Chris Williamson gives us the lowdown.
What to expect at Queens' Admitted Students Day
Class of 2016, don't miss Admitted Students Day at Queens on Saturday, February 18, 2012! Register online at http://www.queens.edu/ASD.
Value of a UST Education
An overview of the core curriculum at the University of St. Thomas
Student Invitation - Computer Science 50th anniversary at Purdue University
Come join the celebration of 50 years of computer science at Purdue University. October 5, 2012
IBM Blue Gene/Q Supercomputer Unveiled
The University of Rochester is one of the first academic institutions in the nation to receive the next generation of IBM's high performance supercomputers. The new system -- called the Blue Gene/Q -- is one of most powerful and efficient computer systems in the world and will be part of a new center at the University of Rochester dedicated to health research. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and other members of the state delegation were on hand for the public unveiling of the Blue Gene/Q, house
SaBrina Jeffcoat: Studio Art Major Plans to Pursue Medical Illustrating -- School of the Arts
SaBrina Jeffcoat realized her junior year that being a biology major wasn't her true passion. So, she switched to studio art with plans to become a medical illustrator - thus combining two skill sets. The studio art curriculum is designed to heighten and develop the student's awareness of his/her own aesthetic identity. In studio art courses, students identify and resolve visual problems through intuitive and analytical decision making while dealing with the consequences of those decisions thro
Learning to See in the Arts and Sciences -- Biology and Art Learning Community
Is art merely decoration for your wall? Is science simply the production of facts? This learning community highlights the creative processes - the generation of novel and unexpected ideas and synthesis of these ideas to achieve a goal - common to both Fine Art and Science. While their materials differ, both approach their work through observing the world with a sense of wonder and curiosity. Learning to observe intently is essential for both artists and scientists and will be taught through c
AgShare Planning and Pilot Project Impact Study
The aim of the AgShare Planning and Pilot Project is to create a scalable and sustainable collaboration of existing organizations for African publishing, localizing, and sharing of teaching and learning materials that fill critical resource gaps in African MSc agriculture curriculum.
This Impact Study focussed on assessing AgShare impact on the three layers of the project, namely: teaching and learning, project ‘take up’, and farming practice.
Exciton and Carriers in Semiconductor Nanocrystals
By: icamp2012school Matthew Beard, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Photonic Control and Plasmonics for PV I
By: icamp2012school Edward Yu, University of Texas at Austin
Ping 149: The Outlook is good, body controlled PC's, Win8 RTM, Paid apps | Ping! This week Laura and Paul enjoyed themselves while bringing all the hot news to you in bite size morsels. Enjoy
This week Laura and Paul enjoyed themselves while bringing all the hot news to you in bite size morsels. Enjoy
Otis Art History 26 - Neo-Classicism
From the Caves to Romanticism, take a journey through centuries of art and learn about the role of art in culture and the place of the artist in society. This series of five-minute podcasts from Otis College of Art and Design features sumptuous images and informative texts. Presented by Dr. Jeanne Willette, faculty at Otis College of Art and Design.
Cosmology | Lecture 3
Lecture 3 of Leonard Susskind's Modern Physics concentrating on Cosmology. Recorded January 26, 2009 at Stanford University. This Stanford Continuing Studies course is the fifth of a six-quarter sequence of classes exploring the essential theoretical foundations of modern physics. The topics covered in this course focus on classical mechanics. Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Physics at Stanford University. (2:00:27)
Cosmology | Lecture 8
Lecture 8 of Leonard Susskind's course on Cosmology. Recorded March 16, 2009 at Stanford University. This Stanford Continuing Studies course is the fifth of a six-quarter sequence of classes exploring the essential theoretical foundations of modern physics. The topics covered in this course focus on classical mechanics. Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Physics at Stanford University. (1:58:42)
Emmeline Taylor - Watching the watchers: The steady creep of CCTV
The steady creep of closed circuit television into our lives is raising big questions about our privacy. In this video, Dr Emmeline Taylor of the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences discusses her work looking at the impact of CCTV on our lives. This video accompanies a feature in the Spring 2012 edition of ANU Reporter, the quarterly magazine of The Australian National University. To read the article go to: http://news.anu.edu.au/?p=16451 To view an online version of the magazine: http://i