Structural and Lithological Controls upon Fluid Migration within the Chalk and Upper Greensand Aquif
The influence of lithological heterogeneities, structural discontinuities and discontinuity surface mineralisation upon groundwater migration within the Chalk and the Upper Greensand of southern England has been investigated. Lithological heterogeneities in the Chalk succession include marl seams, hardgrounds, tabular flints and nodular flints. Each of these heterogeneities has a lower intrinsic porosity and permeability than in the calcite rich chalk. The influence that each of these hetero
U.S. Day Ahead: Cisco's Chambers set to sing European blues
Aug 14 - Cisco CEO John Chambers is likely to say the European debt crisis is still holding back tech spending, according to Reuters Correspondent Nicola Leske.
Sam Riegel: Gateway Plaza
Sam Riegel was just one block west as the second plane hit the South Tower. In this video clip, watch footage Riegel captured moments after the second tower was struck and also after the South Tower collapsed. (1:07)
Filmeducatie : Lessen in het donker Met je leerlingen naar een educatieve film? Op 37 plaatsen in Vlaanderen kan het! Maak je keuze uit de aangeboden films en reserveer. Je krijgt er ook pedagogische dossiers bij!
Met je leerlingen naar een educatieve film? Op 37 plaatsen in Vlaanderen kan het! Maak je keuze uit de aangeboden films en reserveer. Je krijgt er ook pedagogische dossiers bij!
The Hygienic Efficacy of Different Hand-Drying Methods: A Review of the Evidence
By: WentzMR Susan Stack from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, discusses her article appearing in the August 2012 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings which discloses the ramifications of different hand-drying methods and their effect on infection control. Available at: http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(12)00393-X/fulltext
Morehouse College introduces CTEMS-Cinema Television and Emerging Media Studies Program.
Fall 2012 Graduate School Orientation
The Graduate School held its annual Orientation and Information Fair for all incoming graduate students on Wednesday, August 08. This was an opportunity for students to learn about key components of their graduate education experience from Dean Grasso, members of the Graduate School staff, and representatives of key campus units. More than 30 organizations were represented at the Information Fair to share information and answer questions. More than 900 students attended the event.
The West Nile virus and Spraying Mosquitoes
Dr. Brian Zoltowski, an assistant professor of chemistry at SMU, talks about the chemicals used in aerial spray for mosquitoes in the battle against the West Nile virus.
Jamaican Seafood at Little Ochie's
While jerk is a hallmark of Jamaican cooking, much of the island's cuisine is based on its bounty of seafood. At Edward "Blackie" Christian's restaurant, Little Ochie's, in Manchester on the south coast, locals and tourists alike sit in one of the beached fishing boats and feast on grunts, goat fish, jacks, snapper, parrot fish, shrimp and spiny lobster that is prepared in one of the ten different ways that he's developed. He shares some, but not all of his secrets with us. For recipes, visit h
Rick Christie, cancer survivor and founder of Ride for Life, has committed to giving The NSW Cancer Survivors Centre around $50,000 per year for the next five years. Based at the UNSW Lifestyle Clinic, the Cancer Survivors Centre is dedicated to cancer survivors and is the first of its kind in Australia to provide clinical services and conduct research for both adults and children. MORE INFO: http://www.nswcancersurvivorscentre.org/
Overview of the MSP430™ Microcontroller from Texas instruments
This module gives a brief overview of the MSP430™ microcontroller, how to read a data sheet for an MSP430™ microcontroller, and how to pick the right one for some sample applications. This module […]
Profile: Joel Cracraft
Dr. Joel Cracraft's research on the systematics and evolution of birds, speciation analysis, and biogeography are all components of his interests in understanding how biotas originate and change over time, and how one understands patterns and processes of diversification. A major effort in his laboratory involves a detailed description of one of the most spectacular examples of "adaptive radiation": the birds of paradise of New Guinea and surrounding areas. A second major project involving his r
The 8th International Conference on Holocaust Education Telling the Story: Teaching the Core -- Holocaust Education in the 21st Century Plenary Session -- Tuesday, June 19, 2012 MK Gideon Sa'ar, Minister of Education, Israel http://www1.yadvashem.org/yv/en/education/conference/2012/video1.asp
Two new owls discovered in the Philippines
Two new species of owls have been discovered in the Philippines, and a Michigan State University researcher played a key role in confirming their existence. The discovery, which is featured in the current issue of Forktail, the Journal of Asian Ornithology, took years to confirm, but it was well worth the effort, said the paper's lead author Pam Rasmussen MSU, assistant professor of zoology and assistant curator of mammalogy and ornithology at the MSU Museum.
MSU Museum lends historic car to R.E. Olds Transportation Museum
The MSU Museum lent its 1903 Curved Dash Oldsmobile to the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum in Lansing Aug. 14. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/1903-curved-dash-on-loan-to-r-e-olds-museum/
Barbara Jordan Delivers Keynote Address
In July 1976, as the first African-American to deliver a keynote address at the Democratic National Convention, Rep. Barbara Charline Jordan speaks about a solution to the problems facing America. (3:20)
Science Bulletins: Brown Widow Spiders Invade Southern California
In the last decade, brown widow spiders have made a home for themselves in parts of Southern California, a region once dominated by the more venomous black widow spider. Since the early 2000's, the number of brown widows has increased dramatically in the Los Angeles and San Diego metropolitan areas, where they now outnumber black widows in residential locations. Competition between the native black widows and the invasive brown widows appears to have relegated black widows to agricultural and na
Meet the World's Biggest Mammal
Blue whales have complex calls that can be heard for miles. One scientist is on a mission to uncover the meaning of their songs. (02:24)