MUSC Children's Hospital: Children are Magic - Long
An integral part of the Medical University of South Carolina, the MUSC Children's Hospital is dedicated to enhancing the health of children throughout South Carolina, and to providing an environment that supports excellence in pediatric patient care, teaching and research. The specially trained pediatric physicians provide care that can only be found at a dedicated children's hospital. For more information on pediatric medical centers in South Carolina or to schedule an appointment, visit http:
MUSC Children's Hospital: Children are Magic
The specially trained pediatric physicians at MUSC's Children's Hospital provide care that can only be found at a dedicated children's hospital. For more information on pediatric medical centers in South Carolina or to schedule an appointment, visit http://www.musckids.com/index.htm
UMMC Physician Profile: John Olson, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
This three-minute interview introduces viewers to John Olson, Jr., M.D., Ph.D., a Campbell and Jeanette Plugge professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, as well as, vice chair in the department of surgery, and chief in the division of general and oncologic surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Olson's special interests include endocrine and oncologic surgery with an emphasis on cancer of the parathyroid glands, thyroid, and breast. Watch this vid
Neutrons, Quarks and the Search for a New Force of Nature
Tiny particles can hold big secrets. Haiyan Gao, chair of Duke's physics department, probes inside atoms to study the structure and spin of neutrons. One aim of her research is to design experiments that test for the existence of a new fifth fundamental force of nature, in addition to the strong, weak, electromagnetic and gravitational forces. Gao answers questions about her research during a live "Office Hours" webcast interview March 15, 2012. Ashley Yeager, a science writer in Duke's Office
5 Questions on Bullying with Katy Allen
Katy Allen is a doctoral candidate in human development at the University of Rochester's Warner School of Education. She is also a consultant and trainer for schools that are trying to deal with issues of bullying and aggression. Based upon her years of research and experience on this topic, she offers her views on bullying in schools, New York State's "Dignity for All Students Law" and how parents, kids and schools can more effectively deal with the problem of bullying. For more on this story,
The David and Lyn Silfen University Forum, 2012.mp4
Is America Broken? At the 2012 David and Lyn Silfen University Forum, Penn President Amy Gutmann led a lively and far-reaching conversation with a panel of political experts that touched on unemployment, national healthcare policy, campaign finance reform, and the seemingly irreparable political polarization of American voters. To frame the discussion, Gutmann asked the question: "Is America broken?" to Charles Blow, columnist for The New York Times; Penn alumnus Edward G. Rendell, former Penn
Water Quality Testing, McSorley Elementary
A look at a Martin Luther King website
VK Science Fair Presentation
Listening to global women's voices: Reflections on interfaith dialogue - Ursula King
Professor Ursula King talks about how women across the world are reinterpreting their religious traditions through dialogue with people from different faiths.
The Hidden Universe - Glen Patrick
Dr Glen Patrick of Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxford, talks about how its possible to probe the hidden universe and what particle physics can tell us about it's secrets.
Muscles from Brussels - a 21st century superpower - Richard Whitman
Professor Richard Whitman from the Department of European Studies & Modern Languages discusses Muscles from Brussels: a 21st Century Superpower. Where does the EU fit in global politics? How do we explain the role that the EU currently plays within international politics and what is the impact of a developing international role for the EU on its member states' foreign security and defence policies?
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The Legend of Yacana
A story based on Inca stories of the sky about a llama.
Abigail Jones - BA Geography
Abigail talks about her time spent studying abroad as part of her degree.
Jonathon Clegg - BA Economics
Jonathon talks about the careers support available at Nottingham.
Corvallis Science Pub, "Biofuels in Context"
At the March 12 Corvallis Science Pub, Chris Beatty, president of Trillium FiberFuels, and Vince Remcho, an Oregon State University chemist, discussed Trillium's collaboration with OSU to develop ethanol and other products from agricultural waste products.
10 Facts About Presidents' Day
In 1885, President Chester Arthur signed a bill making George Washington's Birthday a Federal holiday, and in February of 1971, Richard Nixon declared Presidents' Day as a day to recognize all U.S. Presidents. Watch this video to learn more about George Washington and Presidents' Day.
Earthquakes happen all the time, and can be barely noticeable or terribly devastating. What causes them? What can we do to be prepared? This 2:38 video explains what creates earthquakes, areas of the planet that have more quakes, and shows some of the devastation. A brief overview.