12.114 Field Geology I (MIT)
The course provides students with (1) an introduction to the geologic history of western North America, with particular emphasis on our field camp location and (2) an introduction to both digital and traditional techniques of geological field study. The weather permitting, several weekend field exercises provide practical experience in preparation for Field Geology II (12.115). It presents introductory material on the regional geology of the locale of 12.115.
The post-crisis banking sector
The Global Head of Banking Research at Credit Suisse, Giles Keating discusses how the banking environment is different post-crisis, and what the implications are for investors.
Vortex flows: from insects to aircraft - Ismut Gursul
Professor Ismet Gursul talks about his research into the most efficient wing structure for a tiny aircraft. He has found this is similar to the structure of insect wings.
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Speaker(s): Professor Roland Dannreuther | When there are shifts in distribution of power in international politics, energy security emerges as a salient concern. Professor Dannreuther will consider the implications of two shifts: first, the flow of energy from east to west (oil and gas) and the increasing links between Asia and energy-producing regions; and secondly, the flow from consumers of energy to producers of energy with the rise of resource nationalism. Professor Dannreuther joined the
Interactive simulation demonstrating shear force at point of load
Some of the visuals took this viewer's breath away. This is a 4.5 minute HD dramatic video choreographed to powerful music, which introduces the viewer to the wonders of Astronomy. There is no narration, but none is needed. It is designed as a "trailer" to be shown in classrooms by Earth Science and Astronomy teachers in High School and college as a visual "Introduction" to the magic of the cosmos. (04:46) This is a good way to introduce/hook students on the science of space exploration.
The Games of the VII Olympiad in Antwerp, Belgium. These were the first Olympic Games held since 1912, as World War I wiped out the 1916 Games, schedules for Berlin. These Games saw the introduction of the Olympic flag and the Olympic oath. Video shows the flags of the countries that took part in the Olympics. There is no talking in this video. Background music is the Olympic Theme. Video is of average quality. (2:48)
'XploreRNA™ is an advanced database search app for scientists engaged in transcriptome analysis. The XploreRNA™ app enables scientists unfamiliar with database searches access to relevant public and proprietary genetic and molecular biology databases through a simple to use interface. All databases are cross annotated and relevant databases are regularly updated by advanced text mining of the literature e.g. in respect to new information on miRNA-mRNA interactions. The app provides a
President Abraham Lincoln delivered an iconic speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, at the dedication of a military cemetery on November 19, 1863. In his brief remarks, now known as "The Gettysburg Address," Lincoln equated the catastrophic suffering caused by the Civil War with the efforts of the American people to live up to the proposition that "all men are created equal." This document featured here is presumed to be the only working, or pre-delivery, draft and is commonly identified as the "N
This case study outlines an investigation into the acceptance of a new pedagogical paradigm aiming to engage and inspire students in ethical and entrepreneurial activity
To purchase the iBook: http://bit.ly/voices-haiti Haiti has always been a place of extremes, especially in the rubble of the earthquake that shattered the country in early 2010 and all the more so among those of its people who are also struggling with HIV/AIDS. "Voices of Haiti" tells their stories in a mesmerizing presentation that combines the poetry of Kwame Dawes, the writing of Lisa Armstrong, the photography of Andre Lambertson, and the music of Kevin Simmonds. This iBook is the capstone
Leeds Metropolitan University became Leeds Beckett University on 22 September 2014’ Respected businessman, Mark Ridgway OBE, DL has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Technology from Leeds Metropolitan University. As Managing Director at the helm of the Wakefield-based organisation Group Rhodes, Mark oversees the group’s seven engineering companies serving the aerospace, metal forming, precision engineering, advanced automation, environmental, heavy ceramics and oil and gas markets. Fo
This part volume covers the religious houses of Worcestershire, including the pre-dissolution history of the priory of St Mary, later Worcester cathedral.
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Lista de Graduação Definitiva Aplicação dos métodos de selecção número de anos de experiência profissional na área e avaliação do portefólio (conforme estipulado no Aviso nº 2 – 2014/2015 que regulamenta o presente concurso)
Humans have domesticated plants and animals for agriculture for thousands of years. What is less well-known is that plants and the chemicals they produce for defense have also had a significant effect on human biology and evolution. Join anthropologist Fatimah Jackson to discuss the fascinating story of co-evolution between plants and humans, and learn how the new field of epigenetics is helping us understand how these interaction over time have altered the course of human history. This SciC
U.K. Foreign Secretary William Hague talks about the changing face of security in an increasingly multilateral and networked world.
Government leaders, corporate executives, business owners, and technology experts gather once again to celebrate the individuals and businesses that sustain and stimulate the Southern Maryland economy at the Fourteenth Annual Leading Edge Awards.
Energy Security and Shifting Global Power [Audio]
Virtual Maths - Basic Structures, shear force point of load
Prelude/Introduction to Astronomy and Space Exploration
Antwerp 1920: The Games of the VII Olympiad
XploreRNA™ App for Android
The Gettysburg Address
Engaging students in ethical debates
Voices of Haiti: iBook Overview
Mark Ridgway receives an honorary award
A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 2
Purdue Day of Giving: Rapid Fire Quiz for Mitch Daniels
Formador de Língua Gestual Portuguesa – Horário nº 1 graduação definitiva
SciCafe: How Plants Domesticated Humans with Fatimah Jackson
International Security in a Networked World: An speech by the Honorable William Hague, M.P., Secreta
2014 Leading Edge Awards