Over the past three decades, the discipline of Disability Studies has emerged as an independent field within the socia
Why Deep-Sea Creatures Glow
This professionally made video addresses the mysteries of why and how many animals in the deep sea emit light, known as bioluminescence, continue to puzzle scientists studying the evolution of this natural glow. Run time 01:20.
Natural Histories: Rare Books from the AMNH Library
NATURAL HISTORIES: EXTRAORDINARY RARE BOOK SELECTIONS FROM THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY LIBRARY introduces natural science and art lovers alike to a selection of seldom-seen and beautifully illustrated scientific works from the American Museum of Natural History's Rare Book Collection
This unique volume, edited by Tom Baione, the Harold Boeschenstein Director of Library services at the Museum, showcases spectacular holdings from the Rare Book Collection, with 40 essays from Museum sci
Wealth Strategies: Stocks to "Re-Rally" in Q4
Oct 2 - Raymond James' Jeff Saut says U.S. equities may see a small correction after the rally they've had, but there is still upside to stocks for the balance of the year. He likes the energy & tech sectors.
Le mal des urgents (Vidéo)
Film réalisé par Eric Duvivier
Code : 487
Département de psychiatrie et de psychologie médicale du Professeur J.M. Alby.
Faculté de médecine Saint-Antoine, Université Paris 6.
Texte de Thierry Gineste et Raymond Lepoutre, dit par Raymond Lepoutre.
Students Showcase Winning Satellite
On September 29, a team of students from Space Concordia won the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge, organized by Geocentrix. Here they discuss their winning design, which finished first of a dozen competing teams from universities across Canada, and discuss the satellite's upcoming mission in space to study the South Atlantic Anomaly.
$4 billion in advertising
Robert Kolt, instructor of advertising at Michigan State University, says more money has been spent on campaign advertising in 2012 than ever before.
Energy, Frequency, and Wavelength
Energy, Frequency, and Wavelength|
Review the light equations, and do 2 practice problems using energy, frequency and wavelength
Volunteering and Higher Education
By: UP Los Baños Documentation of the talk on "Volunteering and Higher Education" by Dr. Grace Aguiling-Dalisay of the UP Diliman Department of Psychology and Volunteer Organization Information Coordination and Exchange, Inc. (VOICE Network); presented during the UPLB Ugnayan ng Pahinungod's 18th Anniversary Forum on “Volunteerism in the Philippines: Status and Prospects; Issues and Challenges” on September 24, 2012 at the NCAS Auditorium, UP Los Baños
Meetings Industry Association (MIA)
Founded in 1990 and catering for the UK and Ireland, the Meetings Industry Association (MIA) is "the largest trade association for all organisations involved in the meetings industry and has become the forum for all professional organisations committed to improving the standards of the UK meetings industry".
The MIA website contains information about its history and organisation, news, courses, events and details of its accreditation scheme, Accredited in Meetings (AIM), including listings.
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