Patrick F. Loughlin, Vice President, Environment, Health, Safety and Quality - IMPACT
October 20, 2010 IMPACT presents Patrick F. Loughlin, Vice President, Environment, Health, Safety and Quality. Patrick F. Loughlin was appointed vice president of Environment, Health, Safety and Quality in February 2009. He is responsible for establishing EH&S policies and standards, setting and tracking performance goals, and providing resources and ensuring global consistency within the EH&S organization. In addition, he leads the global quality organization, which covers the company's Global
7.3 Disposal requirements
Health, safety and risk assessment are of paramount importance both in the laboratory and the field. This unit will help make you more aware of the hazards and risks involved in laboratory and field-based research work, as well as giving you an overview of the legal requirements attached to this work. The unit discusses issues involved in the handling chemical and biological agents, basic safety procedures and common field-work hazards.
Leading Across Boundaries
“This is a strange and paradoxical time,” says moderator Peter Senge, in which people live “more and more in each other’s backyard”-- interdependent globally but also fragmented by economics and politics. Senge believes “working across boundaries is the defining challenge” of our era.
Kenwood House and grounds J010065 KENWOOD HOUSE, London. Watercolour painting by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing an aerial view surrounded by views of the house and grounds. Reconstruction drawing.
KENWOOD HOUSE, London. Watercolour painting by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing an aerial view surrounded by views of the house and grounds. Reconstruction drawing.
Medicines by Design
Medicines By Design aims to explain how scientists unravel the many different ways medicines work in the body and how this information guides the hunt for drugs of the future. Pharmacology is a broad discipline encompassing every aspect of the study of drugs, including their discovery and development and the testing of their action in the body. Much of the most promising pharmacological research going on at universities across the country is sponsored by the National Institute of General Medical
Cars of Tomorrow and the American Community
Through this unit, students identify how alternatively fueled cars of tomorrow can be used in their community. The unit contains an introductory activity that helps students determine which energy and transportation issues are important to them and their communities, and three research sections about alternative fueled vehicles that address availability and distribution; emissions and health; and operation, maintenance, and refueling. With each lesson, students discover another social, scientifi
Virtual Maths - Numbers, Geometry 3D shapes
Diagrams and forumulas for calculating area and volume of 3D shapes cube, cuboid, cylinder, sphere, hemisphere, triangular prism, frustrum, cone, pyramid
NY Times Lesson Plan: Nature’s Invaders: Exploring the Effects of Invasive Species on Local Ecosys Overview | What are invasive species, and how do they affect ecosystems? In this lesson, students learn how an invasive species and a native species experiencing a population explosion may threaten some of the world’s
Overview | What are invasive species, and how do they affect ecosystems? In this lesson, students learn how an invasive species and a native species experiencing a population explosion may threaten some of the world’s
Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick
How to calculate the volume of a brick, guide (pdf)
The University of Warwick's Shaun Breslin - China and the Global Crisis: Global Responsibility meets
Part of the 2nd Joint Boston/Warwick Politics and International Studies Workshop on Aspects of the Post Financial Crisis.
Otis MFA Public Practice Guest Lecture: Sally Tallant
Graduate Programs present Sally Tallant, Head of Programs, Serpentine Gallery, London, where she is responsible for the delivery of an integrated program of Exhibitions. Since 2001 she has been developing an ambitious program of artist's projects and commissions, conferences, talks and events. Recent projects include the Edgware Road (a series of 14 artists' commissions), Skill Exchange (5 artist and architects' projects exploring housing and the aging population) Manifesto, Experiment and Int
The Chemistry of Health
This site tells how chemistry and biochemistry are increasing our understanding of human health. Learn how biochemical relays keep our organ systems operating, how food is broken down and used to build tissues and organs, and how tiny biological probes and instruments can track single molecules. Topics in the 60-page booklet include folic acid, sugars and fats, DNA, making medicines, harnessing biology's magic, and more.
Rare organ transplant gives single mom new lease on life
A single mom from North Carolina recently received an extremely rare triple transplant. She received a new heart, lungs and a liver and is enjoying her new lease on life. Shereyse Joyner from Ahoskie, NC, is believed to be only the twelfth patient in the U.S. since 1988 to receive the triple organ transplant. She was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension and impending organ failure in 2006, and her health steadily declined. "It started off with the lungs, where I was short of breath and I cou
Why We Delivered Our Babies At The Medical University of South Carolina
Employees of MUSC discuss why they chose to deliver their babies at MUSC Women's Health, including the great care they received from the entire Labor and Delivery team.
Epidemiological Thinking For Non-Specialists, Fall 2007
Introduction to methods and problems in research and applications where quantitative data is analyzed to reconstruct possible pathways of development of behaviors and diseases. Special attention given to social inequalities, changes over the life course, heterogeneous pathways, and controversies with implications for policy and practice. Case studies and course projects are shaped to accommodate students with interests in fields related to health, gerontology, education, psychology, sociology, a
Dr. Virginia Herrmann- Physician Profile
Meet MUSC Breast Cancer Surgeon, Dr. Virginia Herrmann. She works primarily in the Hilton Head area, heading up the Breast Health Center. Dr. Herrmann believes it is a privilege to be able to help and guide women through the difficult diagnosis of breast cancer. Her areas of expertise include breast cancer surgical management, breast cancer genetics, and breast disease.
2010 - Founder's Day Symposium: R. L'Heureux Lewis
Founder's Day Symposium - Black Men in the 21st Century: Myths, Data and Reality PART 5 of 6 This ongoing summit extends the mission of the Morehouse Research Institute and builds upon a critical mass of research at the College that looks at the affirmative development of black men and boys. Additionally, this symposium served as an exciting review of current thinking from national experts in light of America's first African American President. R. LHeureux Lewis, 2000, is an assistant prof
2014: Dr. Steven Pinker
Dr. Steven Pinker is an experimental psychologist hailed by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people on Earth, is one of the world's foremost writers on language, mind and human nature. The degree of Doctor of Science, honoris causa, was conferred on Mr. Pinker on Thursday, June 12, 2014.
I2S (SERVE - Socially & Environmentally Responsible Value Enhancement)
The I2SERVE (I2S) The I2S is for current Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have a very early stage product/serve idea or venture concept that is focused on creating a better world. All great ventures and organizations begin with great ideas. The I2S is a competition of ideas; where creativity, imagination, and technology are applied to: Solving community and social issues (for example reducing the effects of poverty, alleviating hunger, promoting physical and psychological health and
Science Bulletins: Decoding the DNA of Extinct Species
Caves were important refuges for humans and animals that coexisted during the late Pleistocene, the epoch of ice ages that ended 10,000 years ago. These sheltered environments can preserve evidence of extinct biological communities that archaeologists, paleontologists, and geneticists can mine for clues the species' biology, behavior, and evolution. Recently, exceptionally well-preserved bones from European caves have yielded DNA for two Ice Age species, Neanderthals and cave bears. The teams-on