Wearable robot helps man walk again
Amazing Vanderbilt research has designed a “wearable robot” that can be used by paraplegics to walk again. Vanderbilt’s Barb Cramer takes us on one man’s emotional journey to use the device, designed by Vanderbilt mechanical engineers, to take his first steps since a tragic accident. Read more here
Memphis Healthy U - Join the Resolution!
Memphis Healthy U - Join the Resolution!
Lecture by Erik Flatmo
Recorded October 1, 2012, as part of the Interior Design Lecture Series, in Timken Lecture Hall on the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts. cca.edu Erik Flatmo is a West Coast-based scenic designer who works in theater, opera, and dance. His designs have been seen on the stages of the American Conservatory Theater, the Asolo Repertory Theatre, the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the San Jose Repertory Theatre, the South Coast Repertory, the Yale Repertory Theatre, Opera Santa Ba
LVAD Usage at UTMC Saves Lives
Media Coverage - WTOL
All Hallows Eve- 10/31/2012
Duke Chapel Live - 10/31/2012
Vespers - 11/1/2012
Vespers, Duke University Chapel
5 Question Thursday: Halloween Edition
Five Question Thursday (5QT) Halloween Edition. Where we are out in the Country Financial Atrium in the College of Business at Illinois State University asking you questions. Want to show your knowledge or offer you opinions? Look for the 5QT crew out and about on Thursday afternoons! Props to the ISU Student Television Workshop for production!
TED402 Session 10 Fall 2012
Educational Psychology with Jeff Miller 10/31/12
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Professor-Student Team Researches Effects of Climate Change on Lowcountry
Geology Professor Vijay Vulava and College of Charleston Geology Major Lydia Nickolas earned a summer SURF (Summer Undergraduate Research Funding) for their project entitled "Using Water Isotopes and Dissolved Organic Matter to Delineate Groundwater-surface Water Interactions in Low-gradient Watersheds." Southeastern coasts are among fastest growing communities in the United States. In Charleston area, urban land use has increased over 250% between 1973 and 1994 and is predicted to increase by
Beginner - Harassing girls Street harassment can take many forms, from sexually explicit comments and leering to even assault. Usually, teenage boys are the culprits. Today we go through a dialogue discussing a man who lacks maturity because of his harassment habits.
Street harassment can take many forms, from sexually explicit comments and leering to even assault. Usually, teenage boys are the culprits. Today we go through a dialogue discussing a man who lacks maturity because of his harassment habits.
02.11.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Freitag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. *** Nach dem Wirbelsturm "Sandy" ist die Zahl der Todesopfer an der US-Ostküste nochmals nach oben korrigiert worden, auf mindestens 90. Ein großes Problem ist die Instandsetzung der Stromnetze. Noch immer sind Millionen Menschen von Stromausfällen betroffen. Wenige Tage vor der US-Präsidentenwahl profitiert Amtsinhaber Barack Obama offenbar von sein
Learn with Video #18 - What Will Your Japanese Skills Bring to the Table??
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Your Japanese pen pal has asked you to stay with him for the week while you are visiting. You are really excited because you will be able to get to know him better and he is going to show you around town too! When you arrive, he promises a tour of [...]
Ivory Coast: War, Peace and Cocoa
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/ivory-coast-civil-war-crimes-elections-conflict-militias-cocoa-farmers-alassane-ouattara-laurent-gbagbo When photographer Peter DiCampo and writer Austin Merrill traveled to Ivory Coast, they hoped to document shaky but definitive steps toward reconciliation. Instead, they found evidence of continued turmoil and conflict, as rival factions refuse to let go of past grievances and look toward the future. When cocoa becomes political -- and land dispu
ISS Update: Weekly Recap for Nov. 2, 2012
The International Space Station Weekly Recap for Nov. 2, 2012.
Metamorphoses of a Vampire by Charles Baudelaire (poetry reading)
Lamia, The Serpent Woman, by Anna Lea Merritt (1844-1930) Portrait of Baudelaire by Emile Deroy Monica Bellucci from the movie, Bram Stoker's Dracula Detail of etching by Gustav Dore Meanwhile the woman, writhing like a snake On fiery coals, kneaded her breasts to make Them hug their steely corset; and she said, Her lips redder than strawberries are red: "Behold, my mouth is moist, and on my deep Couch I can lull grim Conscience fast asleep, I dry all tears on my triumphant breasts, Wher
How do you beat the iPad? One way is to re-invent the PC
Nov. 2 - Alongside the Windows 8 release, Intel and its PC-maker partners are pushing a range of unusual new computing form factors, from convertible tablets to touch desktops. The question is will they sell?
U.S. Morning Call: Markets, voters await nonfarm payrolls
Nov 2 - U.S. unemployment likely rose in October as employers increased hiring only slightly, underscoring President Obama's vulnerability ahead of next week's election.
Market Pulse: What's Moving Today and Why
Nov. 2 - Reuters Insider has its finger on the market pulse, analyzing and making sense of the biggest movers of the day.