Image from the researchproject Textiles, Techniques & Technology 'aiming to challenge the frontiers of the relationship of traditional practice and production through the use of CAD/CAM in textile design. Positives from Robustelli drum scanner direct to lithofilm - Betree System Italy
Stop Thief! Inaugural Design Against Crime exhibition
Design against crime leaflet 2005
Leaflet detailing the areas of research conducted by the Design Against Crime (DAC) Research Centre. This includes past, current and future projects. Areas include socially responsive design, crime-resistant products, interior and exterior environments, clothing and systems, communications, design licensing opportunities, consultancy, knowledge transfer, industry linked projects.
Rubbernecking is an ongoing project that started in 2003, since when I have been visiting sites represented in the daily newspapers. It takes its title from the American term ‘Rubbernecking’, slang that describes the phenomenon – often associated with car crashes or breakdowns on motorways – where people slow down, crane the neck and strain to look. Rubbernecking proposes a way of looking that is curious and feminine unlike the detached gaze of the male flaneur. Rubbernecking uses inf
The case for embryo research
Professor of reproductive biology at Warwick Medical School Justin St John explains why his proposed work into using very early stage hybrid human-animal embryos for research is necessary. For more details see www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/med/research/csri/reproductive_biology/
Contemporary Controversies in the Earth Sciences
This course will introduce you to a variety of topics from different disciplines within the Earth sciences, with the aim of piquing your interest in areas of current research being conducted here at Penn State.
Virtual Maths , Shapes Space and Measure, Theodolite survey formula
Theodolite survey, information, formula, and calculation
Imaginantes - Crónica de un drama anunciado (Hugo Arguelles)
Este anuncio es de Televisa (Imaginantes) promueve la práctica de ir al cine y leer novelas. (1:20)
Digital Libraries, Winter 2008
This is a special topics seminar focusing on the current state of “digital libraries” broadly defined. The seminar is multi-disciplinary in focus and in method, covering the history of the idea, its manifestation as projects and programs in academic, non-profit, and research settings, and the suite of policy issues that influence their development and growth. The concept of the digital library will serve as an intellectual construct within which to explore the related concepts of scholarly c
Understanding Records and Archives: Principles and Practices, Winter 2009
Provides an understanding of why societies, cultures, organizations, and individuals create and keep records. Presents cornerstone terminology, concepts, and practices used in records management and archival administration. Examines the evolution of methods and technologies used to create, store, organize, and preserve records and the ways in which organizations and individuals use archives and records for ongoing operations, accountability, research, litigation, and organizational memory. Parti
Lecture 28 - 11/29/2010
Lecture 10 - 11/29/2010
HEALth Case Studies
This program was designed for dental hygiene and dentistry students to help them learn about evidence-based dentistry and its role in providing quality dental care. This program uses patient-based case studies combined with interactive tools and activities to help students become effective consumers of oral health research data. They learn to locate, evaluate, and use the outcomes of research studies to improve patient assessment, diagnosis, clinical decision making, and treatment planning, as w
1 Unit overview
What do we mean by ‘wellbeing’ for young people? How is it shaped by social differences and inequalities, and how can we improve young people's mental and physical health? This unit will examine the range of factors affecting young people’s wellbeing, such as obesity, binge drinking, depression and behavioural problems.
Lecture 7 (of 16) | Introduction to Robotics
Though this is an entry-level university course, there may be high school students who desire to enter into the field of Robotics, and this course may inspire them.
Lecture by Professor Oussama Khatib for Introduction to Robotics (CS223A) in the Stanford Computer Science Department.
Professor Khatib shows a short video on a robot playing beach volleyball, then continues The Jacobian.
CS223A is an introduction to robotics which covers topic
Lecture 22 - 11/12/2010