HIV Problem Space
In this problem space, you will have access to the following materials: background information on HIV/AIDS, the original Markham et al. reference and other primary literature, viral sequences from each visit of each patient, patients' CD4 counts at each visit, phylogenetic trees of the virus sequences from each patient, a phylogenetic tree of each patient's starting consensus viral sequence, a published activity using this data from the book Microbes Count!, and additional materials prepared by
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The Grand Canyon: How It Formed
This video segment adapted from NOVA uses animation to present the theory of how the Grand Canyon was formed and features rare footage of a phenomenon known as debris flow.
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Ku Klux Klan Flyers
This flyer advertises a 1963 white supremacist Ku Klux Klan meeting; from the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
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Greetings from Kingan & Company, Ltd.
The company's logo is in the upper left corner of the card. It shows a man at the wheel of a ship. In the center is a drawing of the Kingan & Company Indianapolis facility. It is near a river and has railroad tracks next to it. Some of the buildings are labeled, such as the canning factory and the curing warehouse. Above the picture of the plant, pigs are holding a banner that says "Greetings." Beneath the plant picture a family of pigs is playing on the ice. The father pig is helping the mother
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The Global State of Influenza Pandemic Preparedness
Dr Nabarro will review the impact of past epidemics on humanity and society and will explore current efforts to respond to and prepare for a new pandemic influenza outbreak.
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Daily Creative Assignments
Inspired by the Learning to Love You More Project, the goal for these assignments is to incorporate creativity into your daily routine. For a designated period of time (one week, one month, two months) have students choose a different assignment to do each day and post online, in a wiki or blog (Please include the link to your class wiki or blog at the bottom of the page). They may use a camera or sketch pad to document their work and must give the work a title and description. Students are also
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Sebastien Laplante postgame 2_25_11 at UNH
Coach Sebastien Laplante address the media at the Whittemore Center after Northeastern and No. 9 New Hampshire skated to a 2-2 draw on Friday, Feb. 25, 2011. Sophomore Drew Daniels and veteran Wade MacLeod put the Huskies up, 2-0, but the Wildcats scratched back to force the split with a goal late in the second and a power play tally in the third.
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Flu pandemic: How prepared are we?
 In this podcast Professor Robert Dingwall, Director of the Institute of Science and Societyat the University of Nottingham, and a member of the UK government’s Department of Heath committee on the ethical aspects of pandemic influenza, discusses the causes and potential impact of a flu pandemic on the UK. In particular, examining how prepared the UK government is to cope with the medical and social impacts of a flu pandem
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Water-Resources Reconnaissance of the Southeastern Part of St. Paul Island, Pribilof Islands, Alaska
This 12-page PDF was prepared by the USGS to investigate sources of water and groundwater quality on St. Paul Island in order to design a well field without inducing saline water. Tables, diagrams and maps accompany the text.
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Lewis and Clark: Mapping the West
This site features maps of the famous expedition. The Corps of Discovery collected 30 maps from Indians, trappers, and traders, and prepared 140 maps -- most of them drawn or compiled by Clark. The website shows the King map (created for the expedition) and the first map displaying their geographical discoveries. Descriptions of expedition members, life on the trail, and help provided by Indian tribes are included.
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Open Source Chemistry Course Grades 9-12
The following comprehensice collection contains a full course of study for an Open Source Chemistry course for grades 9 ‐ 12. The collection has been prepared from resources contributed by teachers and partner educational organizations on Curriki. The Open Source Chemistry course has been organized to meet the CA Science Standards for Earth Sciences in grades 9 ‐ 12
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Qu'est ce que le biodiversité ? - Jean Marc Valet (audio)

Une conférence de l'UTLS au Lycée

Qu'est ce que le biodiversité ? par Jean-Marc Valet

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What makes the subject matter matter? Contrasting probeware with Graphs & Tracks
Previous research has established probeware as an effective tool in science instruction. Less is known, however, about the reasons for its success. In this study, we investigate this issue further by contrasting the use of probeware with the use of a simulation called Graphs & Tracks. By carrying out an in-depth analysis of pre-service teachers’ interaction, we want to demonstrate that the two environments – despite many structural similarities – afforded different contexts for learning. When
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Robots with emotions - do we need them?
Dr Joanna Bryson, an expert in machines that have their own artificial intelligence, explores the issues.
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Janis Tomlinson: "From Capricho to Fatal Consequences: Goya's Imagery of War 1809-1814"
Janis Tomlinson presented her lecture as part of the Townsend Center for the Humanities' Forum on the Humanities and the Public World. Best known for her work on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European painting and on painting in Spain, Janis Tomlinson is Director of University Museums at the University of Delaware. She has also served as Director of Arts in the Academy at the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Tomlinson has published several articles, exhibition reviews, and books, including
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Meerbegaafde kinderen kunnen in sommige scholen voor één of meer lesuren terecht in een kangoeroeklas.  Ze krijgen er extra uitdagingen: …


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Classification of Living Things: Introduction
Dr. Dennis O'Neal of Palomar College designed this site to introduce students to a tutorial on the Classification of Living Things. Topics addressed at this site include the Linnaen system of classification, amount of species in our world, the importance of biological diversity, the history of classification, and the relevancy of classification in the present day. There are links to the Main Menu, a Practice Quiz, and the other topics in the tutorial including Principals of Class, Kingdom to Sub
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Using Geographic Information Systems to Map Crime Victim Services
The US Department of Justice released this document in February 2003 about the use of geographic information systems (GIS) in law enforcement. "GIS is an application that links database software to graphics software to create visual images of various types of data in map format." The report outlines the applications of such systems in police cars and at victim assistance facilities, providing examples of situations where it has been used successfully and cases that could have benefited from GIS.
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West Nile Virus
The first Web site (1) is one of the latest entertaining feature stories from the Why Files, which covers mosquitoes and the diseases they carry, including the West Nile Virus. Part of the National Institutes of Health, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases provides fact sheets and articles about the virus in this straightforward Web site (2), while a similar Web site (3) from the Centers for Disease Control offers more information about the disease, prevention measures, and
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