Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Global Health
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The instructor uses an electronic chalkboard to model inverse matrices. This video is from Khan Academy. This video is appropriate for high school students. Sal Khan discusses taking the inverse of a 2 x 2 matrix. (14:14)
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Microorganisms are often overlooked in the study of biology because they are not visible to the human eye. In fact, there is a great diversity of microorganisms. Microorganisms include bacteria, protozoa, algae, lichens, and fungi.
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This class will explore the cultural history and media industry surrounding the masculine drama of professional wrestling. Beginning with wrestling's roots in sport and carnival, the class examines how new technologies and changes in the television industry led to evolution for pro wrestling style and promotion and how shifts in wrestling characters demonstrate changes in the depiction of American masculinity. The class will move chronologically in an examination of how wrestling characters and
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