Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, Tan Table
Calculate the height of a building, Tan Table
Student experiences of enterprise education
This report outlines data collected from students across a broad range of subject areas across all Faculties of Leeds Met University. This data was generated in response to a questionnaire designed to obtain information on students experiences of enterprise education
Watch and remember JFK’s visit to Vanderbilt
In remembrance of President John F. Kennedy’s death 50 years ago, watch this video of JFK’s visit to Vanderbilt just months before his assassination. Read more about President Kennedy’s visit to Vanderbilt for our 90th anniversary convocation in 1963 » Read Rob Hammond’s 1993 article about JFK’s visit »
Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, Rearranging Formulae
Interactive simulation, rearranging formulae (letters and numbers)
Optical Vortices and Laser Tweezers, III
By: icamvid Optical Vortices and Laser Tweezers, III Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop, The University of Queensland
Virtual Maths, Cylinder Voids - Calculating volume
Interactive simulation with exercises and video demonstrating the use of auger piling and showing how to calculate the volume of cocrete needed to fill the cylindrical voids.
6.892 Computational Models of Discourse (MIT)
This course is a graduate level introduction to automatic discourse processing. The emphasis will be on methods and models that have applicability to natural language and speech processing. The class will cover the following topics: discourse structure, models of coherence and cohesion, plan recognition algorithms, and text segmentation. We will study symbolic as well as machine learning methods for discourse analysis. We will also discuss the use of these methods in a variety of applications ra
MJ Jacobsen congratulates the iMedia class of 2014
MJ Jacobsen, Senior Vice President of Communications for National Geographic Society, delivered the commencement address at Elon's Mater of Arts in Interactive Media Commencement Ceremony on May 22, 2014. Read more: http://bit.ly/1nzHPvf.
The Strongest Material Known to Man
Graphene is in incredibly strong, one-molecule thick layer of carbon atoms that could someday be used to create life-sustaining nanorobots. The promise is that in the coming decades with carbon nanotubes, with graphene, we’ll create even new substances which can replace the silicon of computers, maybe even give us a space elevator. Graphene for example, is a substance made out of one-molecule-thick layer of carbon. Think about that. (02:11)
RAF Fersfield - USAAF Station 554
A photographical record of the airfield and surviving buildings
Mijn familie : Themabundel Werobundel rond het thema familie voor het eerste leerjaar.
Werobundel rond het thema familie voor het eerste leerjaar.
Cynergies: Technologies that Hybridize Physical and Cyberspaces
This paper presents ways in which cybrids depend for their technology upon three existing models of architectural hybrid: display space, environmental computing, and augmented/mixed reality. Cybrids bring these techniques together into a synergistic whole that depends as much on the observer for its consistency as it does on its comprising technologies. This synergy is a product of corroborative behavior between different modes, which provide cybrid users with a coherent social/spatial experienc
OZONE presentation 2013: Law and Ethics
Professor Mark Heneghan talks about working on hte Human Genome project and the ethical questions raised. The Ozone presentations took place September 2013, in St David's theatre
Virtual Maths, Cuboid - Excavation quiz2
Interactive quiz explaining requiring the student to calculate the time required to carry out excavation work (see also quiz 1 and video).
By: icamvideo Boulder summer school videos
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Theoretical physicist David Kaplan discusses Particle Fever and the Higgs Boson
By: nsf Particle Fever, a documentary film about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and the Higgs boson, has caught the attention of scientists and non-scientists alike. This interview with David Kaplan, a Johns Hopkins University physics professor and the film's producer, provides a little behind-the-scenes look at life as a physicist and some decision making involved in making Particle Fever.
Lecture 7 - Distribution and Storage of Toxicants - Video
Pathway analysis of intoxication.
This artefact outlines the creation of a new website for Innovation North students holding details of all work placements (short, long term, voluntary, paid).The Institute for Enterprise funded the project and the money helped pay a student to maintain the website for a year
Changes in microstructure of a shape memory alloy (bi-crystal of austenitic CuAlNi )
Changes in microstructure of a shape memory alloy being heat treated and also mechanically deformed. A bi-crystal of austenitic CuAlNi is cooled, causing transformation to the martensitic (2H orthorhombic) phase. The process is reversed in the second half of the video, as the specimen is heated again. The rate at which transformation occurs is controlled by heat flow effects. (The shear process itself tends to take place very rapidly.) The martensitic phase is internally twinned. This is very cl