Dr. Robert Pond, Sr. "40 Years of Metallurgy"
5/4/1988. Lecture given by Dr. Robert Pond, Sr. in celebration of his contributions to education and to honor his promotion to professor emeritus.
The American Form of Government
This ten minute video explains the various types of government based on the amount of government society tolerates. The video explains the major types of government and shows how the amount of freedom is based on the type of government. This is a good overview video for older students and clearly shows the difference between a democracy and a republic.
Sony Ericsson CEO talks Xperia Play
Sony Ericsson's CEO tells Reuters about its long-awaited PlayStation smartphone which Verizon Wireless will sell in the United States.
Game On: battle for mobile supremacy
Sony Ericsson launches the first PlayStation phone and Nokia provides more insight into the financial upside to its deal with Microsoft at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
EU ministers discuss rescue fund
European finance ministers are meeting in Brussels, where they're discussing how to strengthen the 440 billion euro rescue fund.
Little love for Obama's budget
U.S. budget battle now heats up with the delivery of President Obama's $3.7 trillion budget to Congress.
Drug murders in Mexico
More drug-related violence in Mexico as a senior police chief was shot in Monterrey, Mexico's richest city. Jon Decker reports.
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A Worcester Walk
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OSU Science Pub: The Science and Politics of Being Born
As modern health care continues to evolve, so does the ongoing debate regarding giving birth at home or in a hospital. And no one knows that better than Melissa Cheyney, Ph.D., who holds the distinction of not only being a medical anthropologist but a licensed midwife, research director of the Midwives Alliance of North America and a mother. Cheyney for years has studied and written about the mechanisms that perpetuate the "home.../hospital divide." Her work has led her to support an "integrated
Lunch and Keynote Address: The Future of Finance
Robert C. Merton PhD ’70
School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance, MIT Sloan School of Management
Restoration and Reconstruction
Putting an 18th-century face on a 21st-century building is a feat of research and resourcefulness, explains Colonial Williamsburg architect Scott Spence.Author(s):
Making History Live
Relating the daily lives of America's ancestors is the product of research and performance. Performer Kat Getward shares the part that music plays in the EFT "Making History Live."Author(s):
Moving Robertson's Windmill
History hits the road when an iconic windmill moves to a new home. Hear the story behind Robertson's Windmill from Jim Horn, CW's Vice President of Research and Historical Interpretation.Author(s):
Geometric Searching In Extended CSG Models : Application to Solid Modeling and Viewing
In this paper, the CSG representation scheme is augmented with the 'cartesian product.' The sweep method of generating solids is encompassed by this 'Extended CSG' formalism. The point inclusion problem encountered in the area of geometric searching in computational geometry is discussed in the context to solid models represented by 'extended CSG.' A simple algorithm to solve it that has a time complexity O(n), where n is the number of primitives, is presented. Allowing for preprocessing and ext
Virtual Maths - 3D shapes, area of cylinder
Interactive simulation demonstrating the formula and calculation of the area of a cylinder
The Holloway Series in Poetry: Lisa Robertson
HOLLOWAY POET - LISA ROBERTSON The University is proud to present a feature poetry reading by the 2006 Holloway Lecturer in the Practice of Poetry, Lisa Robertson. Robertson's poetry is full of delights, each one animated by an agile intelligence and a wry wit. Find out what new worlds have been created by the poet who made us rethink the weather and imagine an "Office for Soft Architecture."
Make your own calculation of your energy
This energy consumption game by WWF explains the role every one of us is playing in the energy consumption. By following the arrows you end up in having an indication of your yearly energy consumption as well as the emissions of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere on a yearly basis.
A dilation is a non-rigid transformation, which means that the original and the image are not congruent. They are, however, similar figures. This video demonstrates how to perform dilations. (2:25)
Winter Field Lab: Snow Hydrology
This field activity may be implemented during late winter or early spring when things have not quite thawed. Students collect their own data from a snowpack, including measuring water equivalent, identifying types of snow metamorphism, finding evidence of precipitation patterns, and judging possible snowpack hazards. Back in the lab, students evaluate their data, draw conclusions, and make a report. This activity is designed for upper-level undergraduate and graduate-level geohydrology courses.