Slice of Campus Life Contest Winners
http://concordia.ca/now The Concordia Slice of Campus Life Photo Contest winners, Alana Latincic, Cristian Zamfir and Basma Baydoun, talk about the inspiration for their images, how they felt to win and what they will do with the prize money. Read more here: This link: http://www.concordia.ca/now/campus-life/concordia-community/20111018/first-year-concordia-student-basma-baydoun.php Or visit the Contest gallery: http://www.concordia.ca/campus-life/slice-contest/
Meet the Author: Lou Imbriano
The former CMO of the New England Patriots, Imbriano writes about crucial marketing strategies which will dramatically increase revenue. Imbriano shares innovative marketing strategies that he utilized when transforming the Patriots into the brand to beat. He talks of his personal marketing experiences and the importance of focusing on existing customers, defining the relationship, and creating new ways to connect with them.
This patient education program explains melanoma including the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, staging, and options for treatment. It also reviews the anatomy of the skin, what cancer is, risk factors, and prevention. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
This patient education program explains the most common diseases that can affect the thyroid gland. It also explains treatment options including medications and surgery. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Authors@Google: Zach Weiner
Zach Weiner(smith), creator of the Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal webcomic, visits Google Cambridge on August 29, 2011, for a Q&A about his new SMBC book, Save Yourself Mammal! From the book's description: "Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (SMBC) is at heart a geek comic, but it nevertheless addresses a broad range of topics, such as love, relationships, economics, politics, religion, science, and philosophy. It is one of the fastest growing comics online, having sextupled in readership sin
Video Tip of the Week: Mitochondrial transcriptome GBrowser
The data isn't in the papers anymore--it's in the browsers. Explore a nice example of next-gen sequencing data in a custom installation of GBrowse. References and more details: http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=9830
Astro Bulletin: Supernova of a Lifetime
A recent stellar explosion in a nearby galaxy gave astronomers a rare glimpse into the early stages of a supernova. Supernova PTF 11kly is only 21 million light-years from Earth—the closest Type Ia supernova in a generation. Type Ia supernovas are used to measure cosmic distances; astronomers are hailing this one as an "instant cosmic classic." The latest Astro Bulletin from the Museum's Science Bulletins program highlights this singular supernova in progress. View the story in AMNH's Hall of
Wechselpraepositionen - Dative_Accusative
using Wechselpraepositionen to talk about location of objects in a picture - difference between dative and accusative
Zooarchaeology of Karain Cave B: (Overview)
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Highlights from this year's homecoming, which took place on October 15th.
Dental Hygiene Universal Instruments Left Hand
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This patient education program explains cerebral palsy (CP), the causes and risk factors, symptoms and complications, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment options. It also reviews brain anatomy, particularly that of the motor skills areas. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
The Sound of Music heads home to Austria
Oct. 20 - The stage production of the popular Hollywood film lands in Austria for the first time. Alicia Powell reports.
Authors@Google: Howard Anawalt
Howard Anawalt discusses his new book Idea Rights. Idea Rights presents a concise and accurate view of United States intellectual property law for the interested general reader, for attorneys, and for classes that introduce or otherwise cover the material.
11.05. The Demand for Money “From Training to Profession: Acting for the Theater” Wrinkly Fingers | World's Smallest Motor Tuberculosis
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Watch video of the Oct. 20 InsideOut of the Lunch Box event, ”From Training to Profession: Acting for the Theatre.” Ever wondered what happens during an audition? How does one train for life in the theater? Does it prepare them for the realities of the profession? Get an inside look at a theater student’s experience andkeep reading »
Find out why our fingers get wrinkly in water. Also, Dr. Charles Sykes from Tufts University describes the world's smallest motor.
This patient education program discusses latent and active tuberculosis infections. It also reviews the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of tuberculosis. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
“From Training to Profession: Acting for the Theater”
Wrinkly Fingers | World's Smallest Motor