In this second video in the series of the management of acute conditions in surgery for medical students and young
Defeat Dementia in Down's Syndrome
We are conducting a study based at the Cambridge Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Group (www.CIDDRG.org.uk), in partnership with the Down's Syndrome Association (DSA) and the Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WIBC) Cambridge to investigate the risk of dementia in people with Down's syndrome (DS). This four year study is funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC).
We believe that a chemical (protein) in the brain called beta amyloid may be a key factor in causing dementia of t
FPCLW: Session 9
With one-third of Aotearoa New Zealand in public conservation, what visions and challenges exist for its future development and management?
On Friday 10th July, the University of Otago Research Cluster for Natural Resources Law tackled these issues head-on at a significant symposium entitled The Future of Public Conservation Lands and Waters.
Linking landscapes: where there needs to be a focus on urban biodiversity? Dr Yolanda van Heezik, Department of Zoology.
Tufts OpenCourseWare : human-animal relationships
This freely available open educational resource on human-animal relationships explores the diverse relationships among people, veterinarians, and other animals.
This educational resource is published on the Web by Tufts OpenCourseWare (OCW) and resources available include 11 lectures and a syllabus outline. Lectures cover topics such as euthanasia in veterinary medicine, abuse of animals, shelter medicine, farm animal welfare issues, public health, wildlife, conservation medicine, and animals i
Wall Street, the Financial Crisis, and Prosecutorial Underreach: Two Views
Joe Dixon and Hank Shea, two former Assistant U.S. Attorneys, debate whether prosecutors reached far enough into Wall Street's executive suites to administer justice in the wake of the financial crisis at the Murphy Institute Hot Topics: Cool Talk debate at the University of St. Thomas School of Law on November 15, 2013.
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This case study describes the current trend for crime scene investigation drama and news stories of personal tragedies involving incorrect or missing data have been harnessed to capture the attention and inspire learning and enterprise skills in students studying database compilation
North Pole May Melt In Total - CBS News
Many scientists believe North Pole ice may melt completely, but briefly, for the first time. Tony Blair talks to Maggie Rodriguez about his efforts to make climate change a real global issue. Run time 02:53.
The Case against Student Aid
For decades, Federal Financial Aid (FFA) programs have been implemented and expanded to make higher education "affordable" for students. The ostensible merits are obvious: loans, grants, and work-study schemes allow students to purchase education without much need for cash or other sources of private funding — a supposed benefit to students who otherwise might not be able t
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