Japan needs popular, expansionist PM: Morgan Stanley MUFG
Aug. 26 - Japan's sixth Prime Minister in five years needs public approval and should pursue expansionist fiscal policies, Morgan Stanley's Head of Economic Research says.
Auburn University 2011 NCAA Spot
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Behind The Scenes: 2011 NCAA Spot - Cater Lawn Group Hug
With commentary from Jim Jackson and Kevin Fichtner
Learn about The History of the Korean War
This 3:19 is an overview of the war and the most important aspects of the war. It does not provide much insights into the events, but does explain how China entered the war and how the war never ended. It does explain how the original war ended with a truce. A good video, but the graphics are weak.
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Structure of AT&T deal invites scrutiny, says analyst
Aug. 31 - Stifel Financial Managing Director Rebecca Arbogast says AT&T will have several options to restructure its deal to acquire T-Mobile.
Small business loan activity drops in July: PayNet
Aug. 31 - Although the Thomson Reuters/PayNet Index gained 13 percent in July from a year earlier. PayNet's William Phelan says the overall picture shows a "slow growth economy," with job growth still struggling.
Johnny Clockwise gets Clockwise!!
A video created for educational purposes that focuses on numeracy. This video is intended as a teaching aid for a primay school numeracy topic, specifically reading a time table and schedule. (05:08)
Ronald DePinho, M.D., on employee expectations
On Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011, Ronald DePinho, M.D., began his presidency of MD Anderson Cancer Center. Here he shares his expectations of MD Anderson employees. DePinho is internationally recognized for basic and translational research in cancer, aging and age-associated degenerative disorders. He's the fourth full-time president of MD Anderson. DePinho succeeds John Mendelsohn, M.D., who remains on MD Anderson faculty, returning to clinical and translational research as co-director of a new In
CAM Plants - Khan Academy
CAM plants are usually desert plants because of them having their stomata closed during the daytime due to water shortage. At night, CAM plants have their stomata open and fix carbon dioxide into mallate, where the CAM plant can use the mallate as carbon dioxide to perform photosynthesis. (08:37)
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VUCast Extra: Want to Feel Good Today….
What does it take to build a culture of success at Vanderbilt in athletics? It starts with a journey filled with passion down the right road to success. It’s VUCast Extra time.
9/11: 2001-2011: An interfaith panel on how faith communities have responded
Sponsored by Duke University's Faith Council and Duke Divinity School 9/11: 2001-2011: An interfaith panel on how faith communities have responded Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in Westbrook 016 at the Duke Divinity School. The event speakers included Abdullah Antepli, Muslim Chaplain; Richard Hays, Dean of the Divinity School; Sumi Kim, Buddhist Chaplain; Laura Lieber, Jewish Studies; and Sam Wells, Dean of Duke Chapel.
ART100 Session 1 Fall 2011
ART100 Looking at Art Session One 09/08/11 Kirsten Ellsworth
Mandarin stage 1 semester A
This module is aimed at complete beginners in Mandarin Chinese in semester A and exposes the student to listening and reading material, as well as practice in grammar. The transcript reader of the listening exercises allows students to identify words/passages they find difficult to understand.
Estructuras de la Edificación I
La asignatura tiene por objetivo general que el alumno adquiera los conocimientos fundamentales de la mecánica de sólidos deformables y de los comportamientos elástico, plástico y resistente de los materiales más habitualmente utilizados en edificación. La asignatura Estructuras de edificación I aporta al alumno los conceptos y herramientas básicos de la Elasticidad y de la Resistencia de materiales, que éste utilizará en diversas asignaturas del módulo técnico, así como en el
X-Ray technology reveals details of ancient ancestor's brain
Sept. 9 - The unveiling of a two-million-year-old hominid skeleton in South Africa has not only provided insights into the origins of man, it also demonstrates the great strides made in three dimensional scanning technology. Details of early the human ancestor's brain anatomy have been revealed to researchers through scans formed by one of the most sophisticated X-ray machines in the world. Rob Muir reports.
Fighting breaks out in Bani Walid, Libya
Sept. 9 - Heavy fighting broke out near Bani Walid ahead of a Saturday deadline for the surrender of the last remaining Gaddafi bastions. Deborah Gembara reports.