Advances in Nanotechnology
 In this podcast, Professor Moriarty discusses nanotechnology, and how it has led to a convergence of the traditional sciences. He talks about the commercial applications of nanotechnology such as hard disk technology in laptops, stain free materials and fabrics, self-cleaning windows and advanced water filtration.

He also touches on some of the myths about nanotechnology as well as some of the real dangers of Nanotechnology and the steps governments are taking to regulate it.
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The Tory fight back?
 Do the Tories have what it takes to replace Labour at No.10? Shadow Leader of the Commons Theresa May tells the UON Podcast why she thinks they do.

Ms. May's podcast comes during the inaugural conference of the Centre for British Politics - Cameron's Conservatives, approaching government?

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Elections: pre-match report
 A tense election period is looming with certain MPs refusing to pay back expenses and some already announcing that they intend to stand down.

In this podcast Professor Steven Fielding weighs up the main parties and asks if they're fighting fit.

Professor Fielding is Director of the Centre for British Politics


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Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Volume XV, Issue 3
CONTENTS: Cover Illustration Description, Calendar of Events, The Old Testament Form-Critical Project Report, Team of Scholars Deciphers Coptic Pages at Institute, Episcopal Church of Our Saviour Awards Grant to lAC, The Fall Public Lecture Series of the lAC: "Sex, Sin and Woman: The Social History of a Theological Idea," "Ancient Egyptian Ceremonial Masks," "In Quest of the Rhetorical Jesus," "The Alexandrian Library: The Beloved Pagans," and Nag Hammadi Revisited", Texts and Mystery Religions
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Conclusion

This free course provided an introduction to studying Computing and ICT. It took you through a series of exercises designed to develop your approach to study and learning at a distance and helped to improve your confidence as an independent learner. 


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The Trumpets of Jericho.
This portrays two figures, blowing trumpets and a fragment of a wall falling apart.,This portrays two figures, blowing trumpets and a fragment of a wall falling apart.
Author(s): Lesser, Rudi, 1901-1988

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The Effects of Semantic and Thematic Clustering on Learning English Vocabulary by Saudi Students
The present study aimed to compare the effects of semantic and thematic clustering on learning English vocabulary by Saudi students. It investigated whether thematic grouping or the use of meaningful context facilitates vocabulary learning. It was also conducted to shed light on how the use of context might be combined with clustering in order to facilitate learning. The study consisted of two parts. In the first part, the quantitative stage, 160 participants studied four lists of English words
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ROOTS AND WINGS: LANGUAGE ATTITUDES OF PROFESSIONAL WOMEN NATIVE TO THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OF NORT
Many professional Appalachian women have built their careers in employment environments which expect the language of the academy—Standard American English (SAE). This expectation, along with societal beliefs that Appalachian English (AE), the native vernacular of these women, is an inferior language variety, has led many women to balance the two language varieties through bidialectism. This qualitative study explored the language attitudes of twelve professional Appalachian women, seeking a be
Author(s): McBride, Kristina

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Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Revolutionary or Another Fad?
The management of diabetes, particularly type 1 diabetes, is on the verge of substantial change. Irl Hirsch, professor of medicine at the University of Washington, uses the results of recently published controlled trials and examples to illustrate how a new system of continuous glucose monitoring may change the way in which diabetes patients are treated.  (Series: Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds)
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Back to Nature for the Next Technology Revolution
Engineering researchers such as Babak Parviz are studying nature on the nanoscale to create the next technology revolution. Imagine using DNA as a template to "grow" electronic devices, or custom designing molecules to build transistors. It could transform our future. (Series: 2008 Engineering Lecture Series)
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UW 360: October 2010
The stories begin with a study on the potentially disastrous results of building homes and businesses along flood-prone rivers, and what we can do to avoid catastrophe. Visit the renowned Lamborghini Lab, where researchers create lightning strikes and high-impact crashes in the quest to make safer vehicles. Meet a UW alum who helped bring local farmers’ markets to Seattle neighborhoods; and visit the new Center for Pediatric Dentistry, which provides dental care for young children in our area
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Sociology: What is Ethnocentrism?
This is a short video (01:22) about our propensity to judge others by the standard of one's own culture. The video gives an example using an Southeastern Asian standard.
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The Groundhog Song from First Snow in the Woods-Hibernation
A groundhog bursts into song about hibernation, then a chipmunk sings about semi-hibernation, followed by a duet with a woodpecker. There are also appearances by a butterfly, caterpillar, spider, deer, and hummingbird. Silly song that students will enjoy. Great teaching resource for learning about what animals do in the winter (1:44).
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Watch: Blair Chamber and Concert Choirs
The Blair Chamber and Concert Choirs, directed by David Binns Williams, performing their spring 2010 concert on April 11 in Ingram Hall. Media Contact: Cindy Steine cindy.steine@vanderbilt.edu
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Glossary
Water is arguably the most important physical resource as it is the one that is essential to human survival. Understanding the global water cycle and how we use water is essential to planning a sustainable source of water for the future.
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2.4 Summary of Section 2
Water is arguably the most important physical resource as it is the one that is essential to human survival. Understanding the global water cycle and how we use water is essential to planning a sustainable source of water for the future.
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2.3 Interception, evaporation and transpiration
Water is arguably the most important physical resource as it is the one that is essential to human survival. Understanding the global water cycle and how we use water is essential to planning a sustainable source of water for the future.
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