Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik: The Edible Body
Recorded in Timken Lecture Hall on April 28, 2012, at California College of the Arts as part of the Visual and Critical Studies Spring Symposium
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Joe Stegman: Windows 8 User Interface

Joe Stegman talks about creating XAML UI for Windows Store apps.    He mentions the flexibility of XAML being accessible from C++, VB and C#, and the great performance you will get out of the engine (which is written in native code).  Learn more about the new XAML UI platform at the Windows devcenter and follow Joe’s advice and start Author(s): Bytes by MSDN, ChrisCaldwell

Why we disagree on climate change (Lecture Series Podcast)
 In this podcast Professor Mike Hulme tackles a major but overlooked aspect of climate change.

Addressing the Institute for Science and Society Professor Hulme suggests that the approach to tackling climate change is not perhaps as black and white as many think.

Professor Hulme is from the University of East Anglia.

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Ecological Succession
This video will discuss the basics of succession in the environment.

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Second Set - 100 High-Frequency Words
This is set 2 of 100 high-frequency words. Each word appears on the screen in large print as a child's voice says the word aloud. This would be a great large group or small group activity. (3:29)
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Wealth Strategies: Investors don't own enough stock
Sep 20 - BlackRock's David Cassese says a traditional 60/40 split between stocks and bonds doesn't give enough weight to equities and likes companies growing dividends like Quest Diagnostics and Microsoft.
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A Year in Focus - Assessing Gordon Brown Part 3
 Steven Fielding

In this podcast Doctor Steven Fielding takes a look back at Gordon Brown's first half-term in office.

In the third and final part of this podcast Doctor Fielding looks ahead to 2008 and what political issues could possibly dominate in the New Year.

Doctor Fielding works in the University's School of Politics and International Relations. He i
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{Suresh 378} An old tiger and a greedy Brahmin traveller -story
Master Your Vocabulary. Take a look at: Vocabulary Quiz - Hindi->English; Picture->Hindi; Recording->Hindi; and more!Vocabulary List - Easy to study list with pictures and recordings for some words{Suresh 378} Story... Related posts:

This Day in History October 12: Columbus Reaches the New World
After sailing across the Atlantic Ocean, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus sights a Bahamian island, believing he has reached East Asia. His expedition went ashore the same day and claimed the land for Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain, who sponsored his attempt to find a western ocean route to China, India, and the fabled gold and Spice Islands of Asia. (1:00)
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Reuters Today: Euro zone's €2 trillion lifeline
Sept. 24 - Germany confirms talks are under way to beef up the euro zone's €500 bln permanent rescue fund lending capacity to €2 trillion. Plus, BAE/EADS, China-Japan tensions, the Emmy's, and John Terry.
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Safe water? Lessons from Kazakhstan
 Professor Sarah O'Hara

Despite global efforts to improve access to safe water and sanitation, a report co-authored by an expert at The University of Nottingham, argues that much more needs to be done.

Professor Sarah O'Hara explains why, in countries like Kazakhstan, the UN's definition of safe water should be reviewed.

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Speaking for Islam
 Professor John Esposito

This week’s podcast features an exclusive interview with one of the world’s leading experts on Islam and its relationship with the West.

Professor John Esposito, Professor of Religion and International Affairs and Professor of Islamic Studies at Georgetown University in Washington DC, visited The University of Nottingham to deliver the Firth lectures in the Department
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UN vote on Kosovo
 In this podcast – another week in the spotlight for Kosovo as the United Nations General Assembly votes on the issue of the legality of its declaration of independence.

Professor Stefan Wolff, from the School of Politics and International Relations, discusses the importance of the vote and explores the possible impact a vote either way could have on the Balkans.

Professor Wolff is Director of the C
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Inspect-a-Gadget - The Heat is On!

Tony Gospel from the Environmental Technology Centre talks us through various gadgets which monitor heat and how this can help companies save money.


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Alphablocks--Phonics /ai/ and Vowels
In this Alphablocks video, young learners will learn about the /ai/ sound in words like hail, snail, fail, pail. Part 2 addresses  vowels /a, e, i, o, u/.  This is a great resource to introduce and/or review these important phonetic skills in the early childhood classroom. (6:01)
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Ed Miliband's conference speech


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Muhammad Yunus on social business


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Joy Jiang: Study Abroad in Israel
Joy Jiang ('13, Mechanical Engineering) discusses her experiences studying abroad in Israel at the Israel Institute of Technology.
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Europe Day Ahead: Rajoy, Monti, Hollande meet Friday
Oct. 4 - The leaders of Spain, France and Italy will meet on the sidelines of a summit in Malta to discuss ways to help Spain, says Italian prime minister Mario Monti's office.
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