#347: Disciples of the interdisciplinary: Researchers crossing boundaries to unleash creativity
Faculty of Law: Global Animal Law and New Project
In this talk, Sabine Brels explores these questions in providing a global overview of animal law at three levels: National, European and International. What is animal law, where does it come from, and how is it evolving? Why can we say that it is progressing worldwide? What are its main strengths and weaknesses in order to protect the welfare of animals against cruelty and suffering, either legally or illegally perpetrated? She also looks at current efforts to set up a universal protection of an
Say What you see
Try describing this picture. If you are just beginning, try finding nouns to name the different items you see in the picture? How about some adjectives? Do you know the […]
Exercice 2 (Courbes planes)  (Vidéo)
Courbes paramétrées et graphes de fonctions.
Bonus (à 10'00'') : Paramétrisation d'un graphe.
Exo7. Cours et exercices de mathématiques pour les étudiants.
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IPL: Christina Hulbe "West Antarctic building blocks"
Professor Christina Hulbe gave her Inaugural Professorial Lecture on the 1st of September 2015. She talked about her work on mapping deformations in West Antarctica, and how GPS technology has changed her work. Satellite imagery of meltwater ponds has led to a clearer understanding of the creation of deep crevasses and shattering of icesheets.
Bluebird : Film over pesten
Enkele verwerkingsopdrachten bij de film met o.a. een klassikale bespreking in de vorm van een carrouselgesprek, een bespreking van de verschillende filmpersonages, enkele oefeningen rond de verschillende rollen bij pesten (pe
3.1 The beginning of the research process
What distinguishes psychological research from common sense is that psychologists approach information and knowledge in a systematic and consciously articulated way. They use rules and procedures about how to build and apply theories, how to design studies to test hypotheses, how to collect data and use them as evidence, and how to evaluate all forms of knowledge. (See Figure 1, ‘The cycle of enquiry’ in Author(s):
This free course provided an introduction to studying sociology. It took you through a series of exercises designed to develop your approach to study and learning at a distance and helped to improve your confidence as an independent learner.
Walk In Coolers And Freezers
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504 GG Shined or Shone? Idioms About Tea
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Shined or Shone? http://j.mp/1WuMUGd
Idioms About Tea http://j.mp/1PURxpj
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Intelligent Life: The lightning inside us
Our science columnist, Oliver Morton, joins Matthew Sweet to talk about energy in our cells. It flows across cellular membranes with a force as strong as lightning, helps to explain why things age, and may even give us a new way to understand life itself
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