Katie Crowther meets Emily Allen, Exhibitions Officer for Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens, to take a look at the Taylor-Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition and find out more about Emily's job, and Martin Myrone, Curator at Tate Britain visits 'John Martin: Heaven and Hell' at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle to take a look at the first major exhibition of this important north eastern painter for more than thirty years.
Microorganisms on a rock
Often times, microorganisms will compete for space on rotting or burnt logs and rocks. They are an important part of many nutrient cycles by decomposing dead organic matter and releasing unused nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous.
Zebrafish development and tail movement
Developing Danio with a beating heart and rapid movement of the tail section that is detached from the yolk.
Movement of Blood cells (view at the cellular level)
The circulatory system of humans is closed, meaning that blood is enclosed by blood vessels. This image is that of an open system, meaning the blood moves freely throughout the body. In both systems, blood is pumped to the tissues of the body and then nutrients diffuse into the cells of those tissues.
Tidal Streams in Massive X-ray Binary Systems
A tiny neutron star orbits incessantly around a massive star with a diameter a million times larger than its own. The high luminosity of the massive star drives a strong wind from its surface. The neutron star crashes through this wind at over 300 kilometers per second. The gravity and X-ray luminosity of the neutron star act to disrupt the wind, producing an extended wake of dense gas trailing behind the neutron star. In this simulation, the tidal distortion of the primary star and the resultan
SEDS-II: Before and After Deployment
An animation of the sub-satellite dynamics of Small Expendable Deployer System Mission II
Mt. Pinatubo 10th Anniversary Perspective (Stills)
This recent false color Landsat-7 image, from January 2001, shows Mt. Pinatubo as it stands today. The caldera is seen in the middle of the image, underneath clouds. Ten years after the blast, vegetation is re-growing on the slopes of the mountain (in green.) Streams of mud, called lahars, (resulting from ash from the eruption mixing with water- seen as the lighter sediment) continue to flow down the sides of the mountains, as well as channels of water (darker streams). However, as vegetation gr
I would like to book a table for two..
Op het einde van deze les kun je een restaurant reserveren en de reservatie zo nodig laten aanpassen.
Spreekoefening: To smoke a peace pipe
In deze les leren cursisten aan een tolbeambte een overtuigende en beleefde verklaring geven
A way out of debt?
At the completion of this chapter you will be able to understand informative documents about financial matters.
Speech exercise: Prendre drawer voiture ou train le?
Using a map, you will give your friend directions on the route to take when he is coming to visit you during your vacation.
70+ Google Forms for the Classroom
Teaching and learning strategies resource that describes 70+ Google Forms for the Classroom. Examples include forms for getting to know your class, spelling tests, assessments, and more.
Texas A&M Students Benefit From Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Undergraduate students and their faculty advisors from 4 colleges at Texas A&M discuss the benefits of undergraduate research and the symbiotic relationship between research and teaching.
Discovery @ URI
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Spring Spirit Week '11
Dickinson College students celebrated Spirit Week from April 25 - 29 with several fun events throughout the week. Activities included free donuts on the steps of Old West, free smoothies on Britton Plaza, free Dickinson T-shirts for those with Red Devil pride and an end-of-the-week block party.
Tower Views - Dr. Shanda Gore
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Light from the Yellow Star Part VIII. Silent Music.mp4
Performed by The University of St. Thomas Symphonic Wind Ensemble. World premiere performance of a UST commissioned work by Boris Pigovat. Art and Commentary by Dr. Robert O. Fisch Featuring the Saint Paul CIty Ballet March 14th Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.
ObGyn Resident Video
The University of Arizona Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology residency training program was established in 1971. It is a fully accredited four year program that treats a diverse patient population. The majority of training occurs at University Medical Center at the Arizona Health Sciences Center in Tucson, Arizona. However, training opportunities occur at other locations throughout Tucson such as UPH Hospital at Kino and Tucson Medical Center. The department is composed of five active divi
Photo Slideshow: Wild Cats of the World
Dedicated to studying and protecting the world's wild cats, the UA Wild Cat Research and Conservation Center is the latest addition to the UA's School of Natural Resources and the Environment. The center serves as an umbrella to spearhead and support conservation projects across the world.
Discovering Your Path: The Honors Experience
As a freshman, Honors College student Carina Groves intended to be a music major. Then she took an Honors course on human trafficking that awakened a drive to do something about the problem. She switched to International Studies, won an undergraduate research grant, and founded a campus organization to raise awareness. That's what the Honors College experience is all about: academic rigor and community leadership.