2.1 Structure and function of the outer and middle ear Figure 1 is a diagram of the human ear. The outer ear consists of the visible part of the ear or pinna, the external auditory canal (meatus), and the tympanic membrane (tympanum) or eardrum. The human pinna is formed primarily of cartilage and is attached to the head by muscles and ligaments. The deep central portion of the
Figure 1 is a diagram of the human ear. The outer ear consists of the visible part of the ear or pinna, the external auditory canal (meatus), and the tympanic membrane (tympanum) or eardrum. The human pinna is formed primarily of cartilage and is attached to the head by muscles and ligaments. The deep central portion of the
Darwin Now Awards
Janice Ansine is a recipient of a Darwin Now Award. She is currently working on a variety of projects in Jamaica, looking at contemporary responses to Darwin and Into the historic role of Jamaica in providing material for his research.
Series - the ratio test
This video describes how to use the ratio test to determine whether a series converges or diverges.
Re:Thinking BIM in the Design Studio - Beyond Tools? Approaching Ways of Thinking
The application of digital design methods and technologies related to BIM and Integrated Practice Delivery are altering the how and what of architectural design. The way contemporary architecture is conceived and made is being transformed through the digital methods, processes and applications used in BIM. How architectural education and the design studio model evolve to reflect, interpret, translate, or challenge the multiplicitous and simultaneously variable modes of contemporary practice pres
Radio Lingua Network News: 26 September 2008
Happy European Day of Languages to all our listeners! By way of joining in this international celebration of languages and language-learning we're delighted to introduce eight new podcasts today. We're adding Catalan, Danish, French, Japanese, Mandarin and Romanian to our One Minute Languages series; we're introducing our first podcast for English learners - Write Back Soon will help learners master Phrasal Verbs; and we're finally announcing the long-awaited sequel to Coffee Break Spanish: it's
Promo - One Minute Romanian
Hello! My name is Roxana and I'd like to welcome you to One Minute Romanian from the Radio Lingua Network. In this podcast I'm going to be teaching you the basics of Romanian. The great thing about this language course is that you'll be learning all you need to know in just 60 seconds - or thereabouts! Each one minute language lesson will equip you with just enough Romanian to help you get by in lots of situations, either on holiday, or on a business trip to Romania, or just to impress your Roma
The economic future of British cities: what should urban policy do? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Henry G. Overman, Alexandra Jones, Adam Marshall | Britain’s cities are facing profound challenges – both in the short run as a result of the recession and in the long run as a result of underlying structural change. In this lecture Henry Overman considers the nature of these challenges and considers what urban policy should do to help cities effectively respond to them. Henry Overman is Professor of Economic Geography at the LSE and Director of the Spatial Economics Re
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
Alex Wolff talks about the book 'Coraline' by Neil Gaiman
Alex Wolff from the Naked Brothers Band talks about the book, Coraline. He summarizes the story. he rated it 4 out of 4 in his review.
Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Calc Height of Building, Angle Tool
Interactive simulation demonstrating how to calculate the height of a building
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.
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
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
125th | 2000 | "Bernardi Campus" | University of St. Thomas
Opened in fall 2000, the Bernardi Campus is located on the banks of the Tiber River. It is used by St. Thomas' Catholic Studies program in Rome as well as other academic programs.
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. UST School of Law, UST, University of St. Thomas School of Law, University of St. Thomas, Debates, prosecutorial underreach, Wall Street, the Financial Crisis, Prosecutorial U
State of Democracy Lecture Series "Can Democracy Cure Capitalism?"
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WSU Alumni New Mexico Bowl Pre-Game Rally
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Brain Mechanisms of Pleasure and Addiction
Explores biological motivation and addictive behavior, and takes the viewer through scientists' work on brain stimulation.
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.