Tumour cords' growth in a vascular network
Evolutions of oxygen concentration and formation of hypoxic zones during tumor growth in the vascular network. This simulation was produced with an experimental modification to the model, where vessels are oxygen sources inside the simulation domain, cells do not switch to anaerobic metabolism in this simulation. For more information refer to http://code.google.com/p/cord/.
A student project. This 3:47 minute video is a biography of this founder of the Red Cross and uses photographs to illustrate the narrator's points. There are good quotes given here and the video also shows how Barton had to fight both negative feelings about her work by men and women at that time. The Red Cross start is also mentioned.
Contos, Lição 6 : Minha Terra
Nessa lição você vai aprender sobre o conto minha terra; falando sobre a realidade da vida no interior de Goiás
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The Story of William Penn and Pennsylvania
In 1644, William Penn was born into the family of a British Navy Admiral. When Penn was 37 years old, as a settlement of debt to his deceased father, King Charles II granted him 45,000 square miles of land in the British Colonies of the New World and he moved there. Penn's relationship there with both the colonists and the Lenape Indians was unique, encouraging peace and co-existence. He established a new capital city and called it Philadelphia, meaning the "City of Brotherly Love." This t
Electricity: Michael Faraday and Others
For a long time, electricity was regarded as a force of nature over which we had no control. Michael Faraday found a breakthrough and developed the electric motors became widespread in industry within the space of a few decades. This video also talks about other scientists and how they added to the understanding of how electricity works. This 14 minute video has good images and covers a great many concepts. A list of the famous scientist mentioned would be a help to students as the names of some
Solving One-Step Equations
Equations are fundamental to Algebra, and solving one step equations is necessary for students in order to learn how to solve two-step equations, and other multi-step equations. This video clip explains the difference between an equation and an expression. (1:15)
Solving Two-Step Equations
Solving two-step equations will help introduce students to solving equations in multiple steps, a skill necessary in Algebra I and II. This video explains how to solve these types of equations by using additive and multiplicative inverses to isolate and solve for the variable. (00:46)
Solving Multi-Step Equations
It can be difficult to understand solving multi step equations, but after learning how to solve one-step and two-step equations this is the final step in learning how to solve for a variable. Solving multi-step equations is an important skill that involves using additive and multiplicative inverses and the variable that makes the equation true. (00:35)
Présentation au personnel de la Direction des bibliothèques du tutoriel InfoSphère UdeM lors d'une conférence-midi le 27 janvier 2005.
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