The Chinese Sturgeon is a 140 million year old species that is nearly extinct. The Chinese government has taken to artificially reproducing them. Will this method of conservation be successful? (1:08)
Discover Tokyo Part 2/3
This 3:46 minute video is a tourist oriented presentation that shows some of the unique features of this city especially its transportation.
Baby dolphins swim into Germans' hearts
Oct. 18 - Baby dolphins Diego, Doerte and Darwin make their first public appearance at Germany's Duisburg zoo. Tara Cleary reports.
Point of View (part 1)
3 actors…let’s see how each person saw that scene!
The Road to the Capitol Election Simulation Game
This is not a video, but an interactive game designed to help students understand the United States election process better. Comes with a parent/teacher guide.
U.S. median wage lowest since 1999
David Cay Johnston breaks the news that wages plummeted last year - and explains why Washington needs to act on jobs now.
This patient education program explains Hepatitis C, the liver and Hepatitis, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, risk factors, and prevention. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Roots, Radicals, and Square Root Equations: Addition and Subtraction of Square Root Expressions
This module contains the a roots, radicals, and square root equations from Elementary Algebra by Denny Burzynski and Wade Ellis, Jr.
La chimie.com : l'eau potable
Émission 4 - L'eau potable
La moitié des Québécois boit l'eau provenant du fleuve St-Laurent. Il a fallu recourir à plusieurs traitements physico-chimiques pour la rendre potable. Les usines de production débarrassent l'eau qu'on puise de ses éléments indésirables comme les toxines et les micro-organismes. Apprenez-en davantage sur le sujet.
Émission 4 - L'eau potable
La chimie.com : Les grands enjeux
Émission 5 - Les grands enjeux
Les changements climatiques qui influencent la quantité d'eau douce disponible, la qualité de nos eaux naturelles qui diminue en raison de la pollution, le manque d'eau de qualité qui entraîne des maladies comme le choléra et la malaria, autant de grands enjeux abordés dans cette émission. Aussi, les concepts de pollueurs payeur
Émission 5 - Les grands enjeux
"Caught in the Shafting."
The National Police Gazette portrays, in a characteristically lurid fashion, an industrial accident in a North Grosvenor, Connecticut, cotton mill. Many late-nineteenth century businessmen ignored hazardous working conditions, since they had little financial incentive to make the workplace safer. In 1881 alone, 30,000 railway workers were killed or injured on the job, and industrial hazards existed in other industries, including textiles. A national weekly magazine, the National Police Gazette e
UMass Cultivates in New Greenhouse
At UMass Amherst, the new Research & Education Greenhouse, a $10.8 million renovation and expansion, provides outstanding research and teaching space for plant biology. The new greenhouses are state-of-the-art, featuring sophisticated automated systems to control natural and artificial lighting, temperature, humidity, and irrigation and fertilization. The control systems can also adapt the interior environment to the sun, wind and weather. The facility has two research labs, a wet/dry classroom
The Word from Wall Street
Dean Nancy A. Bagranoff of the Robins School of Business kicks off the inaugural event "Word from Wall Street" of the Robins Executive Speaker Series. Presenter Paul Queally R'86, co-president of Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, moderates a panel of Wall Street executives, inviting questions from the audience on the state of the U.S. financial climate
Unexplained Drownings and Cardiac Channelopathies
Dr. Michael J. Ackerman, Windland Smith Rice Cardiovascular Genomics Research Professor and Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Pharmacology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses his artice appearing in the October 2011 Issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings on a relationship between victims of an otherwise unexplained drowning and a collection of genetic heart rhythm disorders known as the cardiac channelopathies. These findings have the potential to not only establish a genetic cause for th
Entretiens Jacques Cartier - IT Security, Cyber Forensics and the Fight Against Cybercrime
http://finearts.concordia.ca/newsandevents/events/games-colloquium-part-of-entretiens-jacques-cartier-2011.php Measuring the Unmeasurable: A Vulnerability-Centric Approach to Network Security Metric Dr. Lingyu Wang, Associate Professor, CIISE, Concordia University
Séance on a Sunday Afternoon
In this video we meet the cast and Director of Séance On A Sunday Afternoon, Lakeside's latest in-house production written by Stephen Lowe. Recently bereaved, and lost to the world and herself, CECILIA finds herself at the legendary Rennes Le Chateau in the South of France, believed by many to be the final resting place of Mary Magdalene, where she hopes and prays for meaning. Performances take place between 14 - 29 October 2011. For more information and booking visit Lakeside's website http
Objects of Belief: The Christian Cross
Description of Video The cross is the most widely recognised Christian symbol. But it takes many forms and, in each of them, is embedded a different way of looking at the death of Jesus and what his death means for particular groups of Christians. This can be seen by 'reading' a modern Liberation Theology cross from El Salvador.
A student made video cast introduction and review of Comma Splices and correction options. (2:02)
Lessons from the frontline
'Kill or capture' maybe a military slogan but the conditions of war have lessons for business too. Lieutenant General Andrew Graham, latterly Director General, Defence Academy of the UK, explains how adopting a military Command Leadership role can help you succeed in business.
Professor Sterman talks on System Dynamics
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