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6.170 Software Studio - Lecture 20
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The National Interest, Strategic Non-violence, and the Independence of East Timor
Dr Fernandes provides a critical evaluation of what is often portrayed as a noble moment in Australia's history of overseas interventions. He shows that a series of Australian strategists and policymakers had argued that Australia's national interest required it to support the Indonesian occupation of East Timor. He shows how this conception of the national interest was challenged by a coalition of activists who maintained a long-running campaign of non-violent opposition to official policy. He
Lecture 04 - 10/5/2010
Characteristics of Life
This video explains in detail the characteristic of life. It walks through six characteristics that define a living thing. Each step is explained in detail. It also gives and example of each characteristic. Run time 03:14.
A History of the County of Essex: Volume 9 - The Borough of Colchester
The volume, the first full-scale, comprehensive and scholarly history of the ancient borough of Colchester to be published, describes the life of the oldest and for long the largest town in Essex from the Iron Age to 1990.
Simulation of Micro Pedestrian Behaviour in Shopping Streets
Over the years, scholars have developed various models of pedestrian movement. These models can be used to assess the effects of detailed design decisions or to predict pedestrian behaviour under conditions of crowding. To date, not much attention has been paid to pedestrians' shopping behaviour at the micro level. Therefore, the main purpose of this project is to test a model that aims at simulating micro pedestrian behaviour in shopping streets, including entering shops. The model assumes a de
Artstigators Google Hangout LIVE
Learn about Arts, Media & Entertainment opportunities through Duke in CHI, DC, NY, LA & SF (Silicon Valley) Featuring alumni from THE HUNGER GAMES, Google, NBC TODAY Show! an #artstigators production Google Hangout LIVE Tuesday, September 23rd | 5-7pm Von Canon, Bryan Center Join us for a LIVE networking and career conversation with Duke alums in Arts, Media & Entertainment via Google Hangout! Followed by small group sessions with students and program directors to learn about living and int
Last Week on Channel 9: May 25th - May 31st, 2015 12 select shows and episodes, picked from the many released last week...
12 select shows and episodes, picked from the many released last week...
How to Add Mixed Numbers
This is a slideshow presentation about adding mixed numbers. It is a presentation of how a 5th grade class and their examples of adding mixed numbers. It is set to peaceful music, and provides facts to remember when adding mixed numbers.
Mark Ravina, "Legends of the Last Samurai"
Mark Ravina, Associate Professor of Japanese History at Emory University, discussed "Legends of the Last Samurai" at Bowdoin College. Professor Ravina has written widely on Early Modern and Meiji era Japan.
Whisky tourism at odds with Scottish health agenda
New research published by Leeds Metropolitan University challenges Scottish policy-makers about their contradictory approach to the drinks industry, which encourages the whisky industry and whisky tourism, whilst pursuing the public-health agenda to promote responsible drinking. The research, conducted by Karl Spracklen, Professor of Leisure Studies at Leeds Met, argues that the whisky industry has worked hard to convince its supporters that drinking single malt whiskies in distillery visitor
Glossary of terms - Introduction to Computers
Glossary of terms for the Introduction to Computers module. This HIBB first covers the physical components of a computer and their usage, such as keyboards, monitors, and USB cables. It also includes how to use some of these physical components, such as moving a mouse and how to insert a CD. It then moves on to basic interactions with a computer, including logging in, opening programs, and saving files. At the end of this HIBB, students will be aware of the major physical components of a compute
Duke Medicine Profiles: Matthew T. Roe, MD, MHS
Get to know Duke Medicine's cardiologists. Learn more about Matt Roe, MD, a general cardiologist who treats patients in Durham, at http://www.dukemedicine.org/find-doctors-physicians/matthew-t-roe-md-mhs.
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.
Travelers foiled by French air traffic strike
A strike over working conditions by air traffic controllers in France has ruined Easter week for thousands of travelers who've had to put their holiday plans on hold. Mana Rabiee reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial,
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.
Systems of Equations 1 Energy Security and Shifting Global Power [Audio]
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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
Energy Security and Shifting Global Power [Audio]