Land snails are invertebrates because they do not have a backbone. They are related to water snails, but they do not live in water.
Thailand hopes sandbags will save Bangkok
Nov. 3 - Thailand stacks giant sandbags, hoping to prevent floodwater from entering the heart of the Bangkok. Katharine Jackson reports.
Populism and the Tea Party in American Politics
Begun in 2009, the Tea Party movement is generally recognized as fiscally conservative, antigovernment, and a strict interpreter of the U.S. Constitution. The platform is resonating with many Americans. Hear a stellar lineup of panelists discuss how the Tea Party fits into the history of populist movements in American politics, how it may evolve and the long-term impact, and how we can promote civil discourse amid ideological differences. Bill Whalen Resident Research Fellow, Hoover Institution
Family Values PSA (mock election 2011)
1.1.7 Using the memory buttons Calculations involving several operations can also be carried out in stages. One way to do this is to use the ‘=’ key part way through the calculation. You can also use the calculator's memory. The Windows calculator has a number of memory buttons, shown in Figure 2, to hel
Calculations involving several operations can also be carried out in stages. One way to do this is to use the ‘=’ key part way through the calculation. You can also use the calculator's memory.
The Windows calculator has a number of memory buttons, shown in Figure 2, to hel
Plungers and horses, a story of vacuum and pressure
This is a short video that explains a classic experiment involving vacuum and atmospheric pressure using plungers.
John Carlson Lecture
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ADA and Accessibility of Educational Content
Dr. Anne Jelfs from the Open University presents on ADA and the Accessibility of Educational Content for the participants of the Bridge to Success project on September 23, 2011.
Report on the First Quadrennial Technology Review
Steve Koonin, Under Secretary for Science - US Department of Energy
Patricia McKissack: 2011 National Book Festival
Patricia McKissack appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Patricia McKissack is the author of many highly acclaimed books for children, including "Goin' Someplace Special," a Coretta Scott King Award winner; "The Honest-to-Goodness Truth"; "Let My People Go" (written with her husband, Fredrick), a recipient of the NAACP Image Award; "The Dark-Thirty," a Newbery Honor Book and Coretta Scott King Award winner; and "Mirandy and Brother Wind," recipient of the Caldecott Meda
Nour, Gabby and Gabo
How to Turn a Pen
NTC begins reconciliation with Tuareg
Nov. 7 - Libya's interim authorities start reconciliation talks with the country's Tuareg nomadic tribes, who are considered of vital importance to regional security in Libya's oil-rich south. Nick Rowlands reports.
Faculty conversations: Steve Chermak
Steve Chermak, professor in the School of Criminal Justice, talks about his research of domestic terrorism and hate groups. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9956
Shoppers flee mall under siege in Mexican resort town
Oct. 30 - Frightened shoppers flee mall in Mexican resort town aftern police chase two suspected drug cartel members . Deborah Lutterbeck reports
Go Digital: Your Digital World
Go Digital is a "weekly BBC World Service programme that looks at how technology is changing our lives." Broadband users can watch video Webcasts of nearly two years worth of past programs, while audio is available to dialup users. Each episode lasts approximately 25 minutes, and features two or three key technology stories. Previous topics discussed on Go Digital include virtual reality applications for disabled children, journalistic Web logging, and computer security.
This site lets students display on maps a range of data: population, transportation, political boundaries, oil, water, other natural resources, and more. Students can explore geographic relationships by combining and co-displaying these data on maps of Africa, the Americas, Asia, the Middle East, and other parts of the world.
BusinessCast 275 with Rohan Poojara, MBA Class of 2014 on Sustainable Investing
This week, Rohan Poojara, vice president for the student clubs Net Impact and Emerging Markets Development, as well as the steward of the Rotunda Fund for Darden Capital Management, joins Abena to discuss sustainable investing and the the upcoming event at Darden on February 19th. In other Darden news: "Darden Global Conference", "Unsolved Business Mysteries" and "Governmental Policy and the Energy Industry". The Darden BusinessCast is a weekly news podcast featuring the events, news, and news
St. Joseph's College Baseball Team, the Eagles
St. Joseph College Baseball Team, 1894-1895. In addition to baseball, the college fielded a tennis team in its early days.,Jasper County Journey