Meet Luke Ferland
The president of NYIT's sustainability club looks to the past and hopes to change the future. New York Institute of Technology (NYIT).
A Closer Look at Q-Camp
A closer look into Q-Camp, The Robins School of Business' landmark professional skill-building program, named for alumnus and key University donor Paul Queally B'86. Q-Camp was established in 2009 as a response to the growing sentiment that business school students need to refine their soft skills; like networking and interpersonal communication, to ensure success in navigating the job and internship market. Q-Camp is open to sophomore business majors and minors. For more information on Q-Camp
Hollywood Stuntman Honed Skills at Texas Tech
From sword fighting and stunt driving to falling down mine shafts, Texas Tech alumnus Trampas Thompson's life is full of action and adventure. Thompson has worked as a stuntman in Hollywood blockbusters such as "National Treasure," "Pirates of the Caribbean," and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull." A complete article on Thompson can be found at: http://today.ttu.edu/2009/02/alumni-profile-trampas-thompson/
Penn's White Coat Ceremony 2011
On August 12, J. Larry Jameson, the newly inaugurated executive vice president of the University for the Health System and dean of the Perelman School of Medicine, helped launch the medical school careers of 170 first-year students as they donned their first white coats and marked the beginning of their journey into the art and science of healing. During the ceremony, each student was presented with a white clinician's' coat, a vivid symbol of their entry into the medical profession. The studen
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The Impossible Football Club
Harry keeps track of the number of times he sneezes in certain locations to try to diagnose the cause of his allergy in this video segment from Cyberchase.
Monarch butterfly hatching from the cocoon
Inside the pupa, the caterpillar has changed into a beautiful butterfly. Once full grown, the butterfly emerges from the cocoon.
I Can't Take the Pressure!
Students develop an understanding of air pressure by using candy or cookie wafers to model how it changes with altitude, by comparing its magnitude to gravitational force per unit area, and by observing its magnitude with an aluminum can crushing experiment.
In this activity, students act as power engineers by specifying the power plants to build for a community. They are given a budget, an expected power demand from the community, and different power plant options with corresponding environmental effects. They can work through this scenario as a class or on their own.
El Nino Sea Surface Temperature and Height Anomalies 3D Side View: January 1997 through July 1998
Sea surface temperature anomalies are in color with red being warmer than normal and blue being colder then normal. Sea surface height anomalies are shown as exaggerated heights.
Episode 56 - Logging, Tracing, and ELMAH in Windows Azure In this episode, Steve and Wade discuss logging and tracing on Windows Azure using both blobs and tables. Steve explains his Printf("HERE") in the Cloud&nbs
In this episode, Steve and Wade discuss logging and tracing on Windows Azure using both blobs and tables. Steve explains his Printf("HERE") in the Cloud&nbs
An Accelerated View of Functional Dynamics in Bio-Molecular Systems
Phineus Markwick gives a talk at the RPP08 conference long time-scale MD simulations of protein dynamics. He discusses experiments using dipolar coupling to probe the protein dynamics. From these he shows how to build a simulation.
Modulation of the Kinase ensemble by Second Messengers
Michael Wall gives a talk at the RPP08 conference on: 1) Small-angle scattering studies of cGMP-dependent protein kinase 2) The challenge to understand how cellular signaling is controlled by modulation of protein conformational ensembles 3) Diffuse scattering
The Energy Landscape for Molecular Motors - the Kinesin Story
Jose Onuchic gives a talk at the RPP08 conference on the mechanics of molecular motors. The discussion includes: 1) The reflection of constraints of the molecular architecture the dynamical pathways during stepping 2) The role of rectified diffusional motion.
Wegwijs op je computer voor senioren en jongeren Hoeksteen om alles op je computer terug te vinden. Leer, door het maken van een goede mapstructuur, je computer overzichtelijk te houden.
Hoeksteen om alles op je computer terug te vinden. Leer, door het maken van een goede mapstructuur, je computer overzichtelijk te houden.
Portail enfant Stéphyprod: Een schatkist voor de Franse les Hier vind je een groot aanbod aan Franse liedjes met muziek, tekst en filmpjes. Eenvoudige leesboeken worden er voorgelezen. Er zijn spelletjes en kleurplaten rond dezelfde thema's.
Hier vind je een groot aanbod aan Franse liedjes met muziek, tekst en filmpjes. Eenvoudige leesboeken worden er voorgelezen. Er zijn spelletjes en kleurplaten rond dezelfde thema's.
Biology - High School
The Biology course is a first-year course in biology at the high school level and involves the scientific study of living organisms. The course considers the interactions among the vast number of organisms that inhabit planet Earth. It presents the basic form and function of these organisms, from cells to organ systems, from simple viruses to complex humans. It delves into interactions between organisms, and between an organism and its environment. It also looks into how biotechnology is used to