TRMM Rainmap for September 1998: North and Central America
Monthly average rainfall over North and Central America for September 1998 as measured by TRMM. High rainfall rates are in red.
Professor Malone talks about Mapping Genomes
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Food and Drink - likes and dislikes
students talk about food and drink likes and dislikes
New Directions: East Carolina University
Tomorrow starts here.
The importance and construction of castle walls
Castle walls were built to withstand brutal sieges; some were built so well that they're still standing. Learn more about castles in this very short video. A good overview.
Adventurers look to wind-power for Antarctic record attempt
OCt. 24 - Belgian adventurers are planning to harness the wind in their attempt to set a new world record for the longest non-motorized expedition across Antarctica. The pair hopes to travel more than 6,000 kilometers in a hundred days using kites to pull them along. Tessa Unsworth reports.
Master Fa Qing is a philosopher, calligrapher, and Buddhist monk who believes that calligraphy and other spiritual arts allow us to simplify our lives, opening up a door to happiness in a world where complexity often works against it. (4:28)
GULP: A Nice cup of tea
Garden historian Russell Bowes talks about the horticultural history of the tea bag, from its origins in the foothills of the Himalayas right through to the modern tea bag.
M.C. Mehta 2
The conclusion to Charles Annenberg Weingarten's talk with M.C. Mehta about his work to protect the environment in India. (8:06)
The Internet publicity market
You can show the results of a study and summarize it in a memo.
Jobs brighten Wall Street's day
Nov. 2 - Wall Street headed higher for the first time in three sessions with investors encouraged by a report showing U.S. private employers added more jobs than anticipated in October. Conway G. Gittens reports.
ISS Update - Nov. 2, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Nov. 2, 2011.
Fighting On and Off the Field
In Nepal, millions of girls suffer in extreme poverty, deprived of even the most basic human rights. Many are abandoned, abused, or forced into child labor. University of Notre Dame women's soccer player Lindsay Brown and her 2010 national champion teammates are doing more than just hoping for a better life for Nepali girls; they're helping them to achieve it. Through a series of campus fundraisers, the women's soccer team sponsored the education of several girls at the Nepal's Kopila Valley Sc
SOC101 Session 9 Fall 2011
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EMR Implementation Considerations
This HIBB presentation is an introduction to electronic medical records. It deals with what electronic medical records are, the disadvantages of paper-based records, examples of electronic medical record systems and how to assess the benefit of a computer-based record system.
China imports surge sign of strong domestic demand: RBC
Nov. 10 - China's imports jumped in October as exports slowed, suggesting efforts to tilt the economy towards domestic demand may be offsetting weakness abroad.
Credit Agricole profit slumps 65%
Nov. 10 - French Bank Credit Agricole posts 65 per cent slump in third quarter net profit - double what analysts had expected, on Greek losses. Kirsty Basset reports.
Protests, gunfire near Damascus
Nov. 10 - Activists say government security forces fired on protesters in and around the capital. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)