Say What?: -cr- (Interactive)
In Say What, the goal is to find the right word family to finish the word. The goal for this game is consonant blend -cr-. Other beginning sounds are also reviewed.
The Getting Sorted project at Leeds Metropolitan.
The Getting Sorted Enterprise Unit specialises in participatory research with children and young people with type 1 diabetes, their families and healthcare professionals. The aim of this is to develop, influence and enhance service redesign and service improvement in the UK. Our vision is to enable young people with a long-term condition to achieve their optimal health through combined research and enterprise. We work with young people, their families and professionals to deliver a high quality
Looking Back: Environmental Impacts of Genetically Engineered Crops
A world-renowned expert on the ecological impacts and management of genetically engineered crops, University of Arizona professor Yves Carrière presented the findings of a recent National Academy of Sciences report on the sustainability impacts of genetically engineered crops in the United States. He also discussed the scientific record from the global use of herbicide- and insect-resistant crops, which were designed to reduce the use of pesticides, improve yields and provide economic benefits
Carbon - Periodic Table of Videos
We take a look at Carbon - one of the most important elements for our lives on Earth.We look at various forms of elemental carbon, from diamonds to exotic graphene and buckyballs. More chemistry at http://www.periodicvideos.com/
Urban Metabolism: Watching CO2 Change
Using an innovative observational array of micro-sensors, Ron Cohen is mapping plumes of carbon-dioxide emissions to trace them to their origin. As is well-known, these carbon emissions are having profound impacts on the temperature of the atmosphere, but this, in turn, has a large effect on clouds. Ronald C. Cohen, Director of the Berkeley Atmospheric Science Center, Professor and Vice Chair in the Department of Chemistry and Professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Science at UC Be
Cantinflas Show - Las pirámedes
A finales de los años 70, el famoso cómico mexicano Mario Moreno Cantinflas prestó su conocida imagen para la realización de unos cortometrajes animados producidos por Televisa y animados por la compañía Hanna-Barbera titulados Cantinflas Show y "Cantinflas y sus Amigos." Estos cortos fueron transmitidos en la televisión mexicana por varios años. En este video, Catinflas visita a las pirámedes en Egipto. (6:04)
Northwest PRECEDENT: Records Retention
This program is a presentation with an overview of the compliance issues and legal obligations of retaining research documents upon completion of studies. Watch the entire series online at http://www.uwtv.org/video/series.aspx?id=22826181#sv=l|
10 Truths About Epilepsy
In this video, a doctor explains what the condition is and dispels certain myths. Epilepsy is examined in a clear and easy to understand manner. 3:25 min.
Laura, Chemical Engineering -- 60 Second Impressions
The '60 Second Impressions' are a series of one-minute films featuring current Cambridge undergraduate students. These students talk about what it's really like to study at Cambridge, live in a College, and take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Laura is from Grantham, and is studying Chemical Engineering. In her 60 Second Impression, she talks about the inspiring people she has met through her College, and the financial support she has received to allow her to do voluntary
Obama Signs Recovery Act
In this audio clip, on February 17, 2009, in Denver, Colorado, President Barack Obama discusses the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act before he signs it into law. The $787 billion stimulus package was designed to create or save jobs in the wake of mass layoffs brought about by the Great Recession. (0:43)
Northeastern Student Athletes - First Experiences on Campus
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Herbie Hancock: Innovation and New Technologies | Mahindra Humanities Center
Set 4 - Innovation and New Technologies
Realism and the Value of Peace
In this lecture, Professor White discusses the morality and ethical challenges of war, as examined by Professor Coady in his new book, Morality & Political Violence. Political violence, in the form of wars, insurgencies, violent revolutions and counter-revolutions, and terrorism constitutes a major human challenge today as so often in the past. The challenge is not only to life and limb, but also to morality itself. Professor Coady puts the problems posed by this challenge into the fram
Speech Perception Assessment Lab at the University of Memphis.
Speech Perception Assessment Lab in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Memphis.
Henry Fuseli, Titania and Bottom, c. 1790 - Smart History at Khan Academy
NOTE: Front Female Nudity. Henry Fuseli, Titania and Bottom, c. 1790, oil on canvas, 2172 x 2756 mm (Tate Britain, London) (04:30) The experts are Dr. Harris and Dr. Zucker.
A Case of Innovation
A white paper is a focused analysis often used to describe how a technology solves a problem. In this literacy activity, students write a simplified version of a white paper on an alternative electrical power generation technology. In the process, they develop their critical thinking skills and become aware of the challenge and promise of technological innovation that engineers help to make possible. This activity is geared towards fifth grade and older students and computer capabilities are req
Students read news reports and first-person accounts to imagine what it would be like to be in a blackout in a large city. They follow news reports as if the event were unfolding in real-time and keep weblogs or journals of their experience as they imagine it, taking on different roles of people who live in the city or commute there to work. They use their journal accounts to create a play or screenplay that depicts what the August 2003 blackout was like for the people in the U.S. and Canada who
Laurie Bréban on "Smithian Sympathy: From Cognition to Emotion"
Laurie Bréban, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, discusses "Smithian Sympathy: From Cognition to Emotion" at the 13th Annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought conference at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 29, 2012