Episode 115: The secret life of shampoo: Bubbles and droplets through the eyes of engineers
Chemical engineers Associate Professor Raymond Dagastine and Dr Rico Tabor shed light on the phenomena of bubbles and droplets, and explain why their underlying physics and chemistry are important to a wide range of industrial processes. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.
Authors@Google: John Dau
John Dau spoke to Googlers in Mountain View on July 12, 2011 about his book
God Grew Tired of Us: A Memoir and his foundation: http://johndaufoundation.org.
About the book:
"This unforgettable book is the first-person account of a miracle—indeed, a whole series of miracles. One of the uprooted youngsters known as the Lost Boys of Sudan, John Bul Dau was 12 years old when civil war ravaged his village and shattered its age-old society, a life of herding and agriculture marked by dignity, res
Integration: Muscle cells and motility Fall 2007
Integration: Muscle cells and motility. From Bio 1A: General Biology lecture - Fall 2007. A general introduction to cell structure and function, molecular and organism genetics, animal development, form and function. Closed Captioned webcast available.
The Role of International Negotiations in Addressing the Climate Challenge
With frightening evidence for climate change mounting around the globe, from droughts and massive forest fires to melting glaciers and rising sea levels, you might think nations would wish to work together to meet such a grave threat. Instead, as U.S. climate negotiator
Todd Stern reports, there has been only modest progress interna
Planet of the Taxpayers
"It is true that a form of slavery exists and thrives today, all over the world. We do live in cages."
The remake of The Planet of the Apes — the apes look real this time — purports to give the backstory of how it is that the world came to be governed by primates while the handf
Israeli-Gaza violence escalates
Aug.20 - Renewed bloodshed in further Israeli air strikes on Gaza and militant rocket attacks on southern Israel. Paul Chapman reports.
The Cloud Project / Zoë Papadopoulo et Catherine Kramer
The Cloud Project / Zoë Papadopoulo et Catherine Kramer. In "Images & mirages @ nanosciences", colloque international organisé par le Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Solidarités, Sociétés, Territoires (LISST) de l'Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, le Centre d'Élaboration de Matériaux et d'Études Structurales (CEMES) rattaché à l'Institut de Physique du CNRS et le Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de Nano-Objets (LPCNO) de l'INSA Toulouse. Université To
Ronald DePinho, M.D., on his presidential plans
On Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011, Ronald DePinho, M.D., began his presidency of MD Anderson Cancer Center. Here he shares his plans for his tenure as president. 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 Institut
English Grammar - Noun
A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea. Whatever exists, we assume, can be named, and that name is a noun. In this English grammar lesson, Mrs. Santha A.Kumar explains about the different forms of noun. Includes common, proper, collective, and abstract nouns. Lecture format with teacher at the dry erase board. Instructor somewhat difficult to understand. (05:25)
Prediction of Chemical and Biological Properties of Organic Compounds from Molecular Structure
This website is a PDF file of 32 slides and accompanying notes that describe the process of determining quantitative structure activity relationships. The slides focus on the ADAPT software, but are generally useful to anyone interested in QSAR, and discuss the details of Structure Entry and Molecular Modeling, Descriptor Generation, Feature Selection, Model construction, and Model Validation.
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