Imaging: Digital Imaging Tools (episode 21 of 25)
Episode 21 (of a 25-part series) This Nortel LearniT tutorial reviews the process for using digital imaging tools. This video talks about your memory device where you store your images, a memory card reader, a flash drive for storage for your images so that you can take the images to another computer, and DVDs to burn your pictures onto.
Although India's HIV rate is much lower than other developing nations, some 5.7 million people still reportedly carry the virus. The efforts ofDr. Suniti Solomon and her team at the Y.R.G. Centre for AIDS Research and Education have taken care of 11,000 patients and are helping to slow the spread of the epidemic.
Designing an Invention, Fundamental Concepts
NASA Sci Files segment exploring the fundamental concepts to designing an invention including doing research and recording detailed observations. Produced specifically for students and is suitable for elementary and older students.
(This is an Emmy award-winning series of instructional programs that introduces students in grades 3-5 to NASA and integrates mathematics, science, and technology through the use of Problem-Based Learning (PBL), scientific inquiry, and the scientific method.
The Scientific Method
This video shows how the biologists work. There is a definition to Hypothesis and a definition of causation. There is reference to verifiable observation. There is a complete explanation of the research method.
Punctuation Within a Sentence-Brackets
This video was filmed in the Campbell River area of Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. This clip is the lesson on 'Brackets' from The Basic Cozy Punctuation Course. Facts are given about the island as students learn when to use brackets. The speaker discusses that brackets are used in 4 ways. This video would be beneficial for older students who are preparing to write essays and/or research papers (8:46).
Parkinson's Disease Research
This video looks at current research into treatments for Parkinson's Disease, including genetically modified viruses and stem cell treatments. This video interview explains the hope and challenges that have been encountered. 4:35 min.
10 Minute Kickboxing Cardio Workout
In this video, the instructor leads you through a cardio kickboxing routine that's suitable for people of all fitness levels. This routine will help you burn calories and lose weight. Work out with this video anywhere, without equipment. For a longer workout, simply repeat the video. Easy to follow along with the instructor. 9:58 min.
Managing Stress and Psychosomatic Disorders Through Meditation
This practical session on meditation teaches the technique of awakening the subtle energy from the position of the nervous system and the energy centers using positive affirmations to attain self-realization. The instructor will conclude the session by going through research findings on meditation and stress management. No mats are required. This meditation is performed while sitting on a chair. 59:42 min.
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Poliomyelitis, also known as infantile paralysis, is a viral infection of the intestinal tract that sometimes can attack the central nervous system and lead to severe muscular paralysis. After the 1916 outbreak, the United States averaged 21,000 paralytic cases per year. During the 1930-40s, both private and government research was accelerated to try to find a cure for this dreaded disease. The National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis, now the March of Dimes, was inaugurated by Franklin D. Roo
How Sunburns Work - How Stuff Works
Why do some people tan, and others burn? Learn why skin works the way that it does. Explains what happens after your skin gets too much sun. Grades 5-12. 58 sec.
What Does a Research Paper Look Like?
When writing a research paper, use 12-point type, double spacing and use a readable font. Get simple straightforward tips on how to write a research paper that has all citations in order with tips from an English teacher in this video on research papers.
Basics of Writing a Research Paper
This video gives an overview of writing a research paper, from choosing a topic, selecting sources and taking notes, stating your thesis, organizing notes, writing a draft, revising the outline and draft, and typing your final paper. In a few instances, the notes on the screen can not be completely seen.
Glowing Life in an Underwater World
Some 80 to 90 percent of undersea creatures make light -- and we know very little about how or why. Bioluminescence expert Edith Widder explores this glowing, sparkling, luminous world, sharing glorious images and insight into the unseen depths (and brights) of the ocean. Edith Widder combines her expertise in research and technological innovation with a commitment to stopping and reversing the degradation of our marine environment. Run time 17:20.
Conserving the Canopy
Called "the queen of canopy research," Nalini Nadkarni explores the rich, vital world found in the tops of trees. A unique ecosystem of plants, birds and monkeys thrives in the treetops of the rainforest. Nalini Nadkarni explores these canopy worlds -- and shares her findings with the world below, through dance, art and bold partnerships. Run time 16:27.
Kilauea Volcano Erupts - Dramatic Video
This video is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. Kilauea is the youngest and southeastern most volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii. Topographically Kilauea appears as only a bulge on the southeastern flank of Mauna Loa, and so for many years Kilauea was thought to be a mere satellite of its giant neighbor, not a separate volcano. However, research over the past few decades shows clearly that Kilauea has its own magma-plumbing system, extending to the surface
How do changes in Earth's magnetic field and ionosphere affect us? - Part 2
Part 2 in a discussion on How do changes in Earth's magnetic field and ionosphere affect us? Gang Lu – National Center for Atmosphere Research. Talks about her data analysis of radar and satellite data. Talks about the continuing exploration of all that is to be investigated in exploring the fine particle changes in the aurora. Run time 03:38.
Living Band-Aid Beats Like a Heart
Video shows current research in heart tissue structure and repair. Jordan Lancaster and Steven Goldman, researchers from the Southern Arizona Veterans Administration and the University of Arizona, put rat heart cells on a piece of synthetic mesh and within a few days, it started beating. The hope is that down the road the patch of cells could be used to treat damaged hearts.
PLN Research 2010: Why have one?
Companion video to research about PLNs that was conducted at the beginning of 2010. Full results can be found at: http://vestaltech.edublogs.org/2010/01/09/p...
Controlling the Brain with Light - Optigenetics
Karl Deisseroth is pioneering bold new treatments for depression and other psychiatric diseases. By sending pulses of light into the brain, Deisseroth can control neural activity with remarkable precision. In this short talk, Deisseroth gives an overview of his Stanford University lab's groundbreaking research in "optogenetics".