@Google Talks presents Martha Stewart in Conversation with Marissa Mayer
Martha Stewart stops by the Googleplex for a conversation with Marissa Mayer. Martha introduces her newest book, "Martha's Entertaining: A Year of Celebrations", which she released nearly 30 years after her bestselling debut, "Entertaining". She shares her favorite recipes for the holiday season and the most memorable and fun experiences of her career. Martha has defined an entire industry and built one of the best-known lifestyle companies, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. Over the last deca
Science Bulletins: Down and Dirty Biodiversity
The soils in tundra, grasslands, tropical forests are very different, but they have one thing in common; they all host an astounding diversity of life. Inhabiting these underground worlds are millions of species, which play vital roles in maintaining soil health and preserving the balance of their ecosystems. In the latest Bio News from the Museum's Science Bulletins program, a new study shows that biodiversity underground is much greater than previously thought, with a direct relationship to li
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What will transform India
Nov. 14 - How the "unique identity" project, a growing fiber network and cloud computing will help India leapfrog other nations, according to the head of a major consulting business.
Wounded Knee Massacre: Tahtonka!
An account of the Plains Indians and their buffalo culture, beginning with the pre-horse period up until the Ghost Dance movement and the tragic episode of Wounded Knee. (30min)
Targeted Drug Melts Fat in Obese Monkeys
An anti-obesity drug that homes in on and destroys blood vessels that support fat reduced the weight of obese rhesus monkeys by 11 percent in one month. It also trimmed their waistlines by eradicating 27 percent of their abdominal fat. Obesity raises a person's risk for developing breast, ovarian, prostate, colon and other cancers and also hinders treatment for cancer patients. Scientists at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center who developed the drug discuss results of the study
Kidnapped Africans caught in the slave trade during the 1840s seized their ship (Amistad) travelling near Cuba. The ship drifted into U.S. waters and was taken into custody. This resulted in an early Supreme Court case where the Africans, wanting their freedom, were defended by none other than former president John Quincy Adams. (5min)
How technology can save us
Nov. 14 - Businesses need to transform themselves to succeed despite the globe's economic stresses, says N. Chandrasekaran, CEO of Tata Consultancy Services. Here's how technology can help them do it.
China imports surge sign of strong domestic demand: RBC
Nov. 10 - China's imports jumped in October as exports slowed, suggesting efforts to tilt the economy towards domestic demand may be offsetting weakness abroad.
Siemens boss defends euro zone
Nov. 10 - Siemens, a bellwether for the euro zone's largest economy, has announced a smaller than expected dividend and given a cautious outlook after ending its year in a turbulent economic environment. Sonia Legg reports.
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Spartan Sagas: Karen Smreker
Karen is a Ph.D student in the MIS Program. The faculty is one of her favorite aspects of the program. She is currently doing research in children's nutrition. She is proud to be a Spartan and her family has a rich history in MSU.
A Guide to Germany's Culture
This five minute video is travel related and highlights some of the major tourist attractions and cultural events. The video has images of drinking that needs to be reviewed.
ECB is only viable solution to euro zone debt crisis: ING
Nov. 14 - The ECB needs to be more aggressive in its bond buying as markets are looking at the central bank as the only viable solution to the euro zone debt crisis, says ING Rate Strategist Padhraic Garvey.
What Anna Hazare's anti-corruption movement tells us
Nov. 14 - Here's what India needs to fix to reach its economic potential, N. Chandrasekaran of Tata Consultancy Services tells Chrystia Freeland.
India's boom resembles America's Robber Baron days
The crony capitalism of India's billionaire boom shows India Capitalism is in its "adolescence." K.N. Vaidyanathan, former Executive Director of the Securities and Exchange Board. Just as in America, billionaires will discover why they need people at the bottom.
Hussein palaces readied for return
Nov 14 - U.S. troops pack up war headquarters in Saddam Hussein's former palaces before returning them to Iraqi forces as part of pullout. Jessica Gray reports.