Poor Sleep As a Factor in Alzheimer's and Dementia
Sleep As a Factor in Alzheimer's and Dementia - In this video, Matt Walker discusses whether poor sleep could be a factor in the onset of Alzheimer's and dementia. (02:17)
Plants That Aren't Plants: Mosses and Lichens
Mosses and lichens are not given much attention in introductory biology laboratory courses, in part because instructors lack skills necessary to cover the topic-namely, moss leaf cross sectioning and lichen chemical spot tests. Acquiring confidence in just these two techniques, as well as familiarity with basic terminology, lays a foundation for further investigation.
Slide Right on By Using an Inclined Plane
Students explore building a pyramid, learning about the simple machine called an inclined plane. They also learn about another simple machine, the screw, and how it is used as a lifting or fastening device. During a hands-on activity, students see how the angle of inclination and pull force can make it easier (or harder) to pull an object up an inclined plane.
Sleeping Beauty Invades Rat's Genome
Knockouts are not just for Mice anymore. Aron Geurts and Howard Jacob from the Medical College of Wisconsin talk about their plans for creating transgenic rats using the Sleeping beauty transposon. Coming out of work pioneered by Colin Bishop's lab, Geurts and Jacob describe how the Sleeping Beauty system can be used to make transgenic rats and their plans to make the phenotype data from these rats available via the MCW PGA website (http://pga.mcw.edu) and the strains themselves accessible via a
TRMM Rainmap for September 1998: Zoom to Rotating Globe
A zoom to a rotating globe showing the monthly average rainfall for September 1998 as measured by TRMM. High rainfall rates are in red.
Not your everyday commuter
Op het einde van deze les kun je over een dialoog over pendelen via de Kanaaltunnel inhoudsvragen beantwoorden.
1929 Stock Market Crash
In this 2:33 video about what some have called, Black Thursday, the Roaring Twenties ends and a world-wide economic depression starts. After the stock market crashed, people started panicking and eventually President Hoover said things would go back to normal in 60 days, but by 60 days, the depression spread around the world. This is a good video to show the impact of this event and provide the students with insights into its cause.
Adoptive Immunotherapy to Prevent and Treat HHV-6 Reactivation Post Allogenic Stem Cell Transplant -
Adoptive Immunotherapy to Prevent and Treat HHV-6 Reactivation Post Allogenic Stem Cell Transplant - U. Gerdemann
Crews Speak with Pope Benedict XVI
The STS-134 and Expedition 27 crews joined together in the Kibo module for a special call from Pope Benedict XVI.
Living and non-living things
Living things often rely on non-living things to accomplish daily tasks. Living things have several characteristics that non-living things do not, such as the ability to move, eat, breathe, and reproduce. Living things and non-living things can interact even though they do not have the same characteristics.
Community based Physical Therapy
In this lecture, students are going to learn about the history, the society background and the system of Regional Physiotherapy for the preparation and the understanding of the practical side of Regional Physiotherapy. Moreover, we will have suggestions by the physiotherapists and occupational therapists working on the front-line.
3.8 Revision questions
Hearing is a familiar and important human sense that is a topic naturally of interest to those who are curious about human biology. This unit will enable you to relate what you read to your own sensory experiences – and indeed many of the questions asked have exactly that function. This unit will be best understood by those with some biological understanding.
Science Digest - Episode 2 Animal Guy
Quirky Science Digest talk show host Mathew Arden interviews animal expert Brad Crane.
Lezen en spreken: And on your left you can see 'Manneken Pis'
Aan het einde van deze les kunnen cursisten Amerikaanse toeristen een korte rondleiding geven in Brussel.
How to Multiply Fractions
How to Multiply Fractions in Algebra - this tutorial will show you how to multiply and divide fractions in algebra. This brief clip is clear and easy to understand. (01:43)
2012 MIT Game Lab Symposium Part Four: Panel-Games For Learning Part Four: The 2012 MIT Game Lab Symposium: "Games In Everyday Life and Why That Matters To You" An annual symposium to discuss the role of games throughout our lives today and the potential for collaboration and development with games research at the MIT Game Lab . Part Four is a panel entitled "Games For Leaning" a discussion about games and their role in education and learning. The panel features moderator: Scott Nicholson an Associate Professor at the
Part Four: The 2012 MIT Game Lab Symposium: "Games In Everyday Life and Why That Matters To You"
An annual symposium to discuss the role of games throughout our lives today and the potential for collaboration and development with games research at the MIT Game Lab . Part Four is a panel entitled "Games For Leaning" a discussion about games and their role in education and learning.
The panel features moderator: Scott Nicholson an Associate Professor at the
European Heart Journal - My Cardio Interview: Patrick Serruys & Ulf Landmesser on drug scaffolds
Patrick Serruys in conversation with Ulf Landmesser: Biodegradable drug eluting scaffold - the 4th revolution
7.342 Powerhouse Rules: The Role of Mitochondria in Human Diseases (MIT)
The primary role of mitochondria is to produce 90% of a cell's energy in the form of ATP through a process called oxidative phosphorylation. A variety of clinical disorders have been shown to include "mitochondrial dysfunction," which loosely refers to defective oxidative phosphorylation and usually coincides with the occurrence of excess Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) production, placing cells under oxidative stress. A known cause and effect of oxidative stress is damage to and mutati
15.768 Management of Services: Concepts, Design, and Delivery (MIT)
15.768 Management of Services: Concepts, Design, and Delivery explores the use of operations tools and perspectives in the service sector, including both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. The course builds on conceptual frameworks and cases from a wide range of service operations, selected from health care, hospitality, internet services, supply chain, transportation, retailing, food service, entertainment, financial services, humanitarian services, government services, and others.