Innovation in Manufacturing and Distribution Systems (Part Three)
Genzyme is a leader in personalized medicine, as Mark Bamforth demonstrates. For instance, the company collects cartilage from a single patient, grows it in the lab, and sends it back securely to that same patient. The system, says Bamforth, tolerates “no mix ups.” But the company also deals in drugs sen
Using film music in the classroom
There are many approaches to using film music in the classroom, including: a focus on pupil experience; a focus on the structure of composition; a focus on the relationship between music and image.
The Morse Potential
A film by undergraduate chemistry students on the Morse potential
ESPM 114: Lecture 8
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Fate of Stars II
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ESPM 114 - Lecture 6
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Alumni Weekend 2009
In 2009 the University of Warwick hosted its first Alumni Weekend. In this film we speak to alumni who attended the event about their time at Warwick and their thoughts on returning to campus.
Energy Balance (Film - Lecture is 18 minutes)
Lecture is 18 minutes due to film. Audio quality is low.
Terrorism and global economies
Author, economist and political analyst Loretta Napoleoni has been tracing the intertwined roots of the world's monetary systems and the business of terrorism. The phenomenally fast pace of the global technological shift is leading to 'rogue economics' - grey areas where there is yet no regulation and where criminals and terrorists can win on the money markets.
Nanoscale Engineering for High Performance Solar Cells
How much energy does it take to turn on a lightbulb? Way too much in the U.S., where 22% of all electricity gets channeled into illuminating homes, businesses and thoroughfares. Vladimir Bulovic wants to end the exorbitant use of power for lighting, and simultaneously brighten our lives more pleasantly, with the applicati
Old English Then and Now
This final lecture looks briefly at how Old English has been reused by modern writers, but specifically at how the Anglo-Saxons have been portrayed on film, and what film studies can do to help us enjoy Old English poetry.
6.5 Treating behavioural symptoms
Most of us have a very vague and narrow concept of what autism is, based mainly on such stereotypes as Dustin Hoffman's character in the film Rain Man. In this unit you will discover that there is a wide spectrum of disorders associated with autism, and an equally wide range of approaches to diagnosis and treatment.
Screen search fashion
Screen Search Fashion is an online resource that provides a thematic guide to aspects of 1920s and 1930s fashion and dress, as depicted in film from Screen Archive South East (SASE)'s collections. The vast potential of non-fiction film as a resource for students, who are interested in fashion and dress is highlighted by this resource, which has the potential to contribute to dress historians' developing interest in everyday fashions. The site provides a thematic guide to aspects of 1920s and 193
The Big Ideas website provides information about a series of open events, mostly held in pubs in London. These aim to provide a forum for thoughtful discussion of interesting subjects: events typically begin with a question (usually broadly philosophical in nature, but sometimes also covering issues of public policy, the arts, and a range of other topics) and a very brief informal talk from someone with relevant expertise. The remainder of the evening is devoted to free, unstructured discussion
Innovation in India and China - Asia's non-identical twins
The Centre for India and Global Business at Judge Business School in Cambridge is creating a new dialogue for Western understanding of the emerging markets in India and China. On the one hand the rise of India and China as fast-growing global markets and world-class sources of innovation threatens the West but on the other the West needs a greater understanding of how it can succeed in these new giant Asian markets. Each needs the other but economic and cultural differences often hinder business
Partho Sen-Gupta, Director of Hava Aney Dey ("Let the Wind Blow"), talks about the new frontiers facing the Indian film industry as it engages with the West, and considers the exciting opportunities, technologies and challenges this blending of cultures will produce.
Illuminated lantern : revealing the heart of Asian cinema
'Illuminated Lantern' is a scholarly weblog, freely offering substantial essays and many reviews on Asian cinema. The aim is to bridge... "the cultural gap between Asian Cinema and western audiences by identifying and exploring historical, cultural, and sociological aspects of our favorite movies." From the main page, users can read short reviews of films made in: Mainland China; Hong Kong; Japan; India; Thailand; Taiwan; South Korea; and Cambodia. Reviews are also available on Western-funded f
A systematic review of the use of small-group discussions in science teaching with students aged 11-
Adopting EPPI protocols, this systematic review investigated the effects of using different stimuli (print materials, practical work, ICT, video/film) on students’ understanding of evidence in science lessons with students aged 11-18.
Blogging is a new kind of digital literacy that is sweeping through schools. This short Teachers TV introduction to blogging is a helpful starting point for those wanting to find out more about what blogging is, and what the potential educational benefits of blogging might be for their pupils. Having watched the film, there are some very helpful resources for those who want to find out more.