Mervin Field: California's Pioneer Pollster
California's leading pioneer pollster Mervin Field discusses his life and distinguished career. He recalls his formative years working for George Gallup in Princeton (NJ), the creation of the Field Research Corporation and its Field Poll in 1947, and the art and craft of modern survey methods. He reviews the history and development of survey research as a technique for bringing the public into policy deliberations.
Monumental Electrical Discovery re: Einstein and Gravity.
By: EinsteinGravitydotcom A monumental unveiling of Electricity and Gravity that gives us one of the biggest breakthroughs in Electricity since Maxwell and Faraday.
Energiequiz Een interactieve oefening bij het thema 'energie'. Het doel is om de leerlingen bewuster met energie te leren omspringen.
Een interactieve oefening bij het thema 'energie'. Het doel is om de leerlingen bewuster met energie te leren omspringen.
Building the Foundation of Modern Cancer Research: Four Decades of Discovery within the CCR at MIT This film traces the story of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at MIT, which made seminal contributions to the understanding of cancer biology between its founding by Nobel Laureate Salvador Luria the early 1970s and its transition to become the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research in 2007. The film features numerous scientists sharing their perspectives on what made the CCR so successful, including Nobel Laureates Phillip Sharp, David Baltimore, James Watson and Harold Varmus;
This film traces the story of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at MIT, which made seminal contributions to the understanding of cancer biology between its founding by Nobel Laureate Salvador Luria the early 1970s and its transition to become the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research in 2007. The film features numerous scientists sharing their perspectives on what made the CCR so successful, including Nobel Laureates Phillip Sharp, David Baltimore, James Watson and Harold Varmus;
Authors at Google: David Brin
David Brin is a scientist, speaker, technical consultant and world-known author. His novels have been New York Times Bestsellers, winning multiple Hugo, Nebula and other awards. At least a dozen have been translated into more than twenty languages. As a speaker, he is best-known as a "futurist" who comments plausibly and entertainingly about trends in technology and society, including some of the challenges that may confront our rambunctious civilization in the decades ahead. One favorite topic
Bobcats of Kiawah Island
This 2:44 video shows the importance of Bob Cats to keeping a balance of nature. Good footage shows how stealth they are and how valuable.
Learn about the natural defense mechanism of camouflage as the Kratt brothers explore the way it is used by Walking Sticks and chameleons. Viewers learn that chameleons move in a jerking motion to look like a leaf blowing in the wind and that they have swiveling eyes, enabling them to spot predators and prey. (1:38)
World's Deadliest - Grizzly Bear
Grizzly bears can and will eat just about anything. And that means running down whatever they can catch, from elk calves and salmon to baby bison. (04:37)
Final Axis Defeat of Africa
In this video clip, learn how the Allied forces had won back the Aleutian Islands and had pushed all Axis forces out of Africa. (6:40)
The Punctuated Equilibrium of Social Progress
UC Berkeley Energy and Resources Group 19th Annual Lecture on Energy and the Environment The Punctuated Equilibrium of Social Progress Joan Blades, Co-Founder and President of the Board of Directors of MomsRising.org, Co-Founder of MoveOn.org, and Co-Creator of Living Room Conversations http://erg.berkeley.edu
Unlocking Protracted Displacement of Refugees and IDPs: Iraqi case
Unlocking Protracted Displacement of Refugees and IDPs: Somali and Iraqi displacements and policy responses. A workshop co-hosted by Refugee Studies Centre and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees at UNHCR London office on 6 March 2012. The protracted displacement of refugees and IDPs constitutes a pressing yet seemingly intractable challenge facing the international community. Since 2010, the RSC has led a project, with the support of the Norwegian government and in cooperation with ID
The Purpose of Government in Plymouth Colony [Conceived in Liberty (1975)] Religion was one of the principal traits distinguishing the Northern from the Southern colonies. In the South the state-established Church of England tended to be dominant, but the Northern colonies were largely s
[Conceived in Liberty (1975)]
Religion was one of the principal traits distinguishing the Northern from the Southern colonies. In the South the state-established Church of England tended to be dominant, but the Northern colonies were largely s
Lisa Randall - Great Teachers
What does it mean for the universe to have dimensions we cannot grasp? Lisa Randall discusses the importance of scale to her work as a physicist and to our ways of seeing and understanding the world around us. Lisa Randall is the Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of Science in the Department of Physics. Her research connects theoretical insights to puzzles in our current understanding of the properties and interactions of fundamental particles as well as cosmology. She has developed new conceptual
Loop Recording and Comping in Logic - Part 5 of 7 - Composing and Producing Electronic Music
Download Loudon's Session Files for Free at: http://bit.ly/HPCEBG Part 5: Loop Recording and Comping in Logic: Performing with Massive and the Maschine Controller while loop Recording in Logic In this seven-part music production clinic, Professor Loudon Stearns goes in-depth into Dubstep and electro synth textures, featuring Native Instrument's Massive and Maschine, iZotope Ozone, and more. Loudon Stearns is the Course Author and Instructor of Berkleemusic's online course Composing and Produc
Barney's "Mr. Sun" Song
In this classic video, Barney and his friends sing about the shining sun. Students will enjoy this catchy song. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom. (1:15)
Email Students From WebPA
Email Students From WebPA
Cars on the highway
Driving requires coordination and cooperation between drivers. Timing is also crucial-a few seconds can save a life. Putting extra time and distance between you and the car in front of you is best.
Arts and Science Students Showcase their Research
http://concordia.ca/now | http://artsandscience.concordia.ca/ Undergraduate students from the humanities, social sciences and sciences gathered in the LB Building on Friday, March 30th to present their research and showcase their research-creation projects at a daylong event hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Science. Since its inception in 2006, close to 500 students have participated in Undergraduate Research Day. Each year the judges are asked to evaluate projects based on presentation, rele
Academic Lecturer - Nicholas A. Peppas
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