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The University of Memphis Instrumental Music.
The Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music at the U of M is the best place to further your musical education.
AmbiViewer: A Tool for Creating Architectural Mixed Reality
This paper presents a new mixed reality system for architecture, AmbiViewer. The system employs digital video, onboard modeler and global positioning to merge physical and simulated entities on the screen. The system can be used to model projects on-site, and in view of the project environs. The paper also discusses the use of AmbiViewer in creating cybrids, compositions of virtual and material reality. The paper concludes with a description of a small project undertaken with AmbiViewer and
Anatomía y Embriología Humana I (2011)
Este curso pretende que los alumnos se familiaricen con los aspectos morfológicos de interés en el estudio del cuerpo humano. Mediante dibujos, esquemas y preparaciones anatómicas se estudia la estructura general de elementos que conforman el aparato locomotor y circulatorio del cuerpo humano. Para ello se realiza un estudio anatómico básico de las estructuras de la extremidad superior y del corazón. Además se trabaja el reconocimiento y descripción de estructuras del locomotor del tronc
SUNY Oswego SCMA Overview
A promo video for the offerings in SUNY Oswego's School of Communication, Media and the Arts.
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Single-celled diatoms are "powerful indicators of environmental conditions as they respond quickly to environmental changes, and are widely utilized in stratigraphic investigations." The Geological Survey of Canada's National Diatom Database contains two components, the first of which includes about 5,000 diatom samples, their description, and precise geographic location. The second has 1,500 entries that give "information on the environmental and ecological tolerance of individual diatom specie
Another great Web site from the Exploratorium in San Francisco (last mentioned in the August 16, 2002 NSDL MET Report), The Accidental Scientist: Cooking is the first in a series of "Web-based projects focusing on the science behind everyday life." Offering a mind-boggling array of food-related information and activities, foodies and science-lovers alike should find this Web site extremely engaging. Life science-related material includes an exploration of taste and smell; the biological properti
The Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Technology Network (SETNET), created by the British Department of Trade and Industry, "seeks to stimulate the interests of young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and in pursuing careers related to these subjects." Local networks partner with educational organizations, professional associations, research institutes, industry, government departments, and charities to "deliver high quality STEM activities and experiences to school
From the Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory of the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) comes the ARS Water Database Web site. The database is a collection of precipitation and streamflow data from small agricultural watersheds in the United States, including variable time-series readings sufficient in detail to reconstruct storm hydrographs and hyetographs. Users can choose from any US state to view available data. Each station is listed along with its location, coverage area in acres,
Developed jointly by the Pacific Science Center and the Washington State Dairy Council, Nutrition Cafe offers students three interactive games to explore the world of nutrition. The first game, Nutrient Sleuth, is an entertaining hangman-style game where students try to discover what nutrients different characters are missing based on clues and letter guesses. Another enjoyable offering is Grab A Grape, a Jeopardy-style game where site visitors try to match nutrition-related questions with answe
Students will understand the following:The enormous Three Gorges Dam is now being constructed in China on the upper Yangtze River.The dam will benefit many people, but it may also cause serious problems.Dams are built according to complex principles of engineering.
Divide fractions using area models. Adjust the numerators and denominators of the divisor and dividend and see how the area model and calculation change.
This feature, adapted from Interactive NOVA: Earth, follows the path of energy as it is transferred via the food chain from one type of organism to another.
Teachers can direct students to this material to help them investigate a career as a zookeeper. Having students review this page can be an excellent precursor to a job-shadowing activity. The discussion board's set of questions and answers can be a helpful resource for an activity in which students produce a number of pertinent questions that should be asked of a zookeeper when investigating this field of work.
This reading from a site about the future of energy introduces students to passive solar design for homes. The reading describes design elements that are used for passive solar heating and cooling. For example, reflective coatings can be applied to roofs, windows, and exterior walls to help cool houses. The reading recommends that those interested in passive solar design consult an architect. Copyright 2005 Eisenhower National Clearinghouse
This article explores the possibilities of using hydrogen as a renewable energy source, pointing out that hydrogen fuel and hydrogen fuel cells are two options for generating power from hydrogen. The article gives an overview of the three methods used to isolate hydrogen for energy-production purposes: steam reforming, electrolysis, and burning. Information is also offered about the uses, limitations, and benefits of hydrogen as an energy source. Supporting web links are provided, including link
This is an online companion to Science Friday, a weekly science, technology, and environment news radio program. The site includes articles about the weekly program, video, and blog links. A podcast of the program is also available.
This website describes how water towers work. It includes colorful photographs of water towers and a diagram of how water travels through them.
Factsheets emphasize the meaning of place value in division, the concept of division as repeated subtraction, division by 10 and 100, and well explained examples of both short and long division. A game as well as worksheets and quizzes are provided for practice.
National Diatom Database
The Accidental Scientist: Cooking
Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Technology Network
ARS Water Database
Three gorges : the biggest dam in the world
Solar heating and cooling
Science Friday Online!