Ostwald Ripening in Ice Cream
Ever wondered why your ice cream gets harder in the freezer over time, losing its creamy texture? Ostwald Ripening is the culprit, an observed thermodynamic phenomenon described in this video.
Skylark, The Movie, Part Six
This selection contains part six of the movie Skylark. Skylark is the sequel to the book Sarah, Plain and Tall. Although the video is brief, it does show the beginning of an important conversation between Jacob and Sarah. ( Video is a bit blurry and unsteady.) ( :26)
The Definition of the Derivative - Free Math Video by Brightstorm
This video describes the derivative as the slope of a line that lies tangent to the curve at the specific point. The derivative is a function, and derivatives of many kinds of functions can be found, including linear, power, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions. (2:09)
Derivative Definition - Problem 1
This video works through a problem that involves finding the value of the derivative. The definition of the derivative is the slope of a line that lies tangent to the curve at the specific point. The derivative is a function, and derivatives of many kinds of functions can be found, including linear, power, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions. (2:31)
Biology Definition - Free Science Video by Brightstorm
This video describes the different subdivisions of the study of biology. Biology studies everything from the basic building blocks of life to the interactions between communities and populations. Biology depends on many elements of Chemistry, since important physical processes rely upon chemical reactions. (1:53)
Lawrence Krauss Discussion (6/12) - Richard Dawkins
See more at http://RichardDawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits: Filmed by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala Edited by Josh Timonen
Bangkok river close to the brink
Oct.29 - The Thai capital's main Chao Phraya river threatens further flooding as high tides and flood waters swell its waters. Paul Chapman reports.
Qantas grounds fleet worldwide
Oct.29 - Australian airline Qantas says it is grounding its entire fleet around the world in a protracted labour dispute. Paul Chapman reports.
Miami County Courthouse
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Keynote 02-Inserting a New Slide
Phonics with The Funnies-/letter s sound/
In this cute, animated video, the Funnies family teach about the letter /s/ sound while using the Funny Bubble Maker. The letter /s/ appears in one bubble while words that begin with /s/ appear in the other bubble. Some of the pictures included are soup, sun, sausage, sandwich, and seven. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom and for sharing at home. (2:07)
Natasha Anita's Digital Storybook
Day of the Dead takes to the air
Nov. 2 - Guatemalans celebrates Day of the Dead with a giant kite festival, where kites are used to carry messages to departed loved ones. Tara Cleary reports.
Markets rally as Greece backs down
Nov 3 - Wall Street had its best gains in a week as Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou backed down from a vote that could have thrown global financial markets into a tailspin. Conway G. Gittens reports.
ISS Update - Nov. 3, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Nov. 3, 2011.
The Better Angels of our Nature: The Decline of Violence in World History and Its Causes [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Steven Pinker | One of the world's best-known psychologists argues that violence within and between societies - both murder and warfare - has declined from prehistory to today. He discusses the influence of organised government and the extraordinary power of progressive ideas - and offers insights into what this trend tells us about ourselves. Steven Pinker is the Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University and is the author of six books
Natchez and the Eclipse
In this illustration an artist placed the two boats together as if they were racing. Note the sparks in the smoke.
Edward O’Keefe (Synergy Global), John Humphrey and Emilie Wilson (IDS) are interviewed
Edward O’Keefe (Director, Synergy Global), John Humphrey (Team Leader, Globalisation Team, IDS) and Emilie Wilson (Communications Officer, IDS) are interviewed on the seminar ‘Considering the role of the extractive industry in the DRC and other areas of conflict’, held at IDS on the 1 November 2011 as part of the Business and Development Seminar Series