Students examine collisions between two skateboards with different masses to learn about conservation of momentum in collisions.
Leaders, Lifesavers, World Changers: Spartans Will.
More than 150 years since MSU's bold beginning, Spartans are still leading the way as they work for the common good in Michigan and around the world. Meet the Spartans featured in this video (in order of appearance): Michael Thomashow Director, MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory Stephen Hsu Vice President, Research and Graduate Studies Kortney Cooper Doctoral Student, Chemistry Reed Ebmeyer Research Assistant, College of Education Kyle Bowen Undergraduate Student, Supply Chain Management
Las Vegas Flyover from Landsat 1
A flyover of Las Vegas From Landsat imagery acquired July 26, 1999
Dr. James Schwiegerling: Leading Edge Researcher
Dr. James Schwiegerling is Professor of Optical Sciences; Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences. Dr. Schwiegerling is developing a design for an artificial lens that can be used to replace the lenses in human eyes such as in cataract surgery. The University of Arizona hosted its 9th annual Innovation Day at the UA on March 6. The event celebrated the UA's success in technology development and innovation by highlighting the research achievements of students and faculty and staff members.
El Nino: NCEP Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly from September 15, 1996 to September 20, 1997
NCEP sea surface temperature anomaly in the Pacific from September 15, 1996 to September 20, 1997
Plant Cycles: Photosynthesis & Transpiration
What do plants need? Students examine the effects of light and air on green plants, learning the processes of photosynthesis and transpiration. Student teams plant seeds, placing some in sunlight and others in darkness. They make predictions about the outcomes and record ongoing observations of the condition of the stems, leaves and roots. Then, several healthy plants are placed in glass jars with lids overnight. Condensation forms, illustrating the process of transpiration, or the release of mo
Great Zoom out of New York, NY: Central Park
Using data from different spacecraft and some powerful computer technology, visualizers at the Goddard Space Flight Center present you with a collection of American cities in a way you have never seen them before. Starting with our camera high above the Earth, we rush in towards the surface at what would be an impossible speed for any known vehicle. Passing though layers of atmosphere, the colors of our destinations shimmer with their own unique characteristics, and suddenly we find ourselves fl
1.3.6 Relocation: acceptance
This unit looks at the way people identify and become attached to places, buildings and objects. It also analyses how this attachment can impact on personal well-being. Understanding this is important in assessing the care people of all ages need and how this care should be delivered.
2 Schemes run by Swansea Cyrenians in 1999
The majority of people who sleep on the streets, and in hostels and night shelters are men. However, the number of women, particularly younger women, in these circumstances has increased (Anderson et al., 1993). They are often people with complex care and support needs, which go way beyond the provision of accommodation. But, as you will learn in this unit, complex needs are both a cause and a product of homelessness.
Hundreds of Fun maths Activities - With Solutions I came across a great collection of challenging maths tasks for students of all ages and ability. There are literally hundreds to choose from and the best thing is there are also detailed solutions provided too. Author(s):
I came across a great collection of challenging maths tasks for students of all ages and ability. There are literally hundreds to choose from and the best thing is there are also detailed solutions provided too. Author(s):
What do Schreyer Scholars do for fun?
Schreyer Scholars are also Penn Staters. They don't spend all their time studying. They know how to have fun!
SEDS-I: Subsatellite in motion (30 frames-second)
An animation of the sub-satellite dynamics of Small Expendable Deployer System Mission I
Externalities - Microeconomic Analysis
Microeconomic Analysis - Spring 2006. Resource allocation and price determination. By the end of the semester, students should know the basic theory, models, and results of the topics covered. They should be able to use this knowledge to answer questions and analyze real-world situations. They should also be able to identify which theory or model is appropriate to analyze a particular question and explain why their answers are correct in intuitive, as well as mathematical, terms.
Eels move in the same way as shark and other fishes. They use their fins and streamlined body to glide through the water.
The skull helps protect the brain. The eyes are set into the orbital sockets. The nose would be located in the upside-down heart-shaped opening, but the nose is mostly cartilage.