"Looking Back on The Bomb" - Science Reporter TV Series (1963)
"Science Reporter" program, Looking Back on the Bomb with John T. Fitch and Vannevar Bush, 1963. Film to HD transfer courtesy of MIT 150. [T5833]
Video: Blair Children’s Chorus
Blair Children’s Chorus, directed by Hazel Somerville and Coni Ely Guerin. Featuring the Blair Children’s Concert Choir, Young Men’s Chorus, Choristers, Nashville Boychoir at Blair and Young Singers of Blair. December 10, 2010.
The MSc programme in Microelectronics is supported by the Department of Microelectronics and Computer Engineering. It takes 24 months and is fully conducted in English. The programme offers challenging high-level education and research to talented students holding a BSc degree in technology or science. The first year comprises theoretical study, assignments and laboratory work. The second year is largely devoted to the graduation project, which involves participating in one of the university's a
How to Make Glue
This is a Power Point slide presentation teaching you how to make glue. There is no sound.(1:15)
Tim and Moby Explain the Bill of Rights
This professionally-made video from Brain Pop uses simple terms and cartoon animation to explain the Bill of Rights and the amendments. Key vocabulary words include: amendable, ratified, James Madison, due process, and judicial branch. Run time 04:51.
"3D Shapes I Know" Song-Cone, Cylinder, Sphere, Cube
This catchy tune introduces the 3D shapes-cone, cylinder, sphere, and cube. It also gives real world examples of these shapes. The main lyrics repeat several times and will help students to remember the basic 3D shapes. This would be great for a review once young learners have been introduced to the four shapes covered in this video. (3:17)
Money talks: January 31st 2011
In this week's programme - inflation concerns, Britain's economy and America's so-called definitive verdict on the financial crisis
Quotation Marks and Commas
In this skit by the Electric Company we see examples of how to use quotation marks in dialogue.
Ghost storytelling at Cambridge
Each December members of St John's College, University of Cambridge, gather to listen to ghost stories being read in the splendour of the Combination Room. The coal fires glow, the candles flicker and the thick silk curtains are drawn against the bitter cold of the dark winter night. In this video, viewers are able to catch a glimpse of this magical event as they listen to Professor David Frost (formerly a Fellow of St John's) read an abridged version of Charles Dickens' classic story A Christ
Neurogenetic Testing: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Thomas Bird, MD
UW Medicine geneticist and professor, Dr. Thomas Bird, demonstrates how genetic testing is utilized in the practice of neurology, including practical clinical examples. He reviews the importance of testing in accurate diagnosis and the difficulty of interpreting results. Dr. Bird also discusses how to select the appropriate genetic tests and the cost implications for each. (Series: Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds)
Análisis de datos económicos
Evaluación de Políticas Públicas: Análisis de causalidad. Participación en el mercado de trabajo: modelos para datos de elección discreta. Análisis empírico de oferta y demanda: modelos de ecuaciones simultáneas. Análisis empírico de curvas de engel: modelos para datos censurados. Oferta de trabajo femenina: modelos para datos con selección muestral. Modelos de consumo intertemporal y de demanda de factores: modelos para datos de panel
CCTV footage captures Russia blast
Russia' s president says a security lapse is to blame for the deadly bomb attack on the country's busiest airport.
The Nightmare of 1923 and Its Cause [When Money Dies: Lessons from the Great German Hyperinflation of 1923 • By Adam Fergusson • London: William Kimber & Company, 1975 • 256 pages] Feel the need for a good, old-fashion
[When Money Dies: Lessons from the Great German Hyperinflation of 1923 • By Adam Fergusson • London: William Kimber & Company, 1975 • 256 pages]
Feel the need for a good, old-fashion
China readies for Year of the Rabbit
Chinese prepare to usher in the Year of the Rabbit, with all forms of the zodiac animal - from live and solid gold rabbits, to stuffed toys and cutboard cutaways.
How the Moon Affects the Changing of the Tides
The gravitational pull of the moon and the rotation of the earth, coupled with the centripetal force of the earth, causes two high tides and two low tides throughout the day.
IMF: Europe still a risk to recovery
The International Monetary Fund says Europe should strengthen its financial rescue fund to reduce the risk of renewed global instability, as U.S. tax cuts help boost recovery.
Animal Suffering: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives
Prof. Michael Murray : Seminar
An Introduction to the Science and Religion Dialogue
Revd Dr John Polkinghorne : Course
What Are the First Symptoms of HIV?
The first symptoms of HIV will mimic a cold-like experience, including fever, fatigue, headaches and sometimes a rash. Find out why HIV may be difficult for a physician to initially diagnose.
Japan eyes for vending machine gold
Japan, selling everything from fresh fruit to used lingerie in its vending machines, is mining a precious new market - gold.