Episode 131: What seems to be the antimatter?: Where experimental particle physics meets cloud compu
Physicist Associate Professor Martin Sevior and software engineer Tom Highfield explain how commercial cloud computing can be enlisted in the service of answering questions about the origins of the universe. With science host Shane Huntington.
Jim Madigan postgame vs. Maine (Feb. 25, 2012)
The Northeastern men's hockey team suffered a 7-1 setback to No. 11 Maine at Matthews Arena on Saturday night. Junior Vinny Saponari tallied the lone goal for the Huskies as all three NU netminders saw time in the loss.
Saponari's goal was of the power play variety, occurring at 8:46 of the first period. Rookie Ludwig Karlsson and sophomore Braden Pimm recorded the assists on the marker.
Junior goaltender Chris Rawlings earned the start, but stopped just one shot on Maine's first four attempts
Must Climate Change End The Platinum Age
In the inaugural S.T. Lee Lecture on Asia and the Pacific Professor
Garnaut asks: How the risks of climate change will interact with the
'Platinum Age' of global economic growth? What are the limits for
global emissions within which the world will need to live if the risk
of dangerous climate change is to be kept within acceptable bounds?
What principles could be reasonably applied to the allocation of a
global emissions budget amongst countries? What global emissions budget
would make sense for
Creating a Blue Sky
A nice blue sky in an image can really make that image bright. Learn how to enhance the color of a blue sky and control the intensity of the color.
Connaître la personne soignée et son entourage
L’auteur n’a pas transmis de conflit d’intérêt concernant les données diffusées dans cette vidéo ou publiées dans la référence citée.
Conférence enregistrée à l'IFSI d'Arras le lundi 27 juin 2011.
British Victory at Bunker Hill
In this video clip, the American colonists launch an attack against the British. Things seem to be looking bright for the colonists until a fatal lack of ammunition dooms the colonists chances in an early American Revolutionary battle near Boston. (1:41)
Building a Fence
In this Cyberchase video segment, Harley convinces Harry to help put up a fence in their grandmother's backyard. With no instructions other than to put up the fence in the shape of a rectangle, Harry must figure out how to do this with different lengths of fencing. He breaks the problem down by adding up different combinations of pieces and then drawing a diagram to figure out where to place the pieces. (3:25)
Upper Beginner #4 - Leave a Japanese Message and We’ll Get Back to You
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You can’t stand leaving voicemail messages! For some reason, talking to a machine in Japanese makes you nervous. So you usually avoid calling people and text them in Japanese instead. And if you call and get a machine, you hang up and try again later. If all else fails, you resort [...]
Beginner - When are you coming?
Now that you have made friends abroad, you want to invite them to visit you back home. Today we will teach you how to ask a person when he, or she, will visit your hometown. You will also hear an example response that is usually associated with such a question.
Cybersecurity: mapping the ethical terrain
Governments and society are increasingly reliant on cyber systems. That reliance makes us vulnerable to cyber attacks, which can have powerful impacts on people's lives. Because of this, in liberal democratic societies governments have a duty to ensure cybersecurity in order to protect their citizens and, arguably, the people of other nations. But as recent events following the revelations of Edward Snowden have demonstrated, there is a risk that their pursuit of cybersecurity might overstep the
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