Internet Safety - Quiz
Are you Web wise?
Social Factors in Health and Disease Fall 2007
Social Factors in Health and Disease (Guest: L. Syme). From Public Health 250A: Epidemiologic Methods I - Fall 2007. Principles and methods of epidemiology: study design, selection, and definition of cases and controls; sampling, data collection, analysis, and inference. Discussion session provides an opportunity to apply methods to problem sets and to discuss issues presented in lectures.
Progression of Hurricane Charley, 2004 (WMS)
Hurricane Charley was the first of four hurricanes to hit the United States in 2004.
El Nino Sea Surface Temperature, Height, and Wind Anomaly Onionskin: January 1997 through December 1
El Nino sea surface temperature, height, and wind anomalies in the Pacific for January 1997 through December 1997. The data sets are added one layer at a time, followed by a zoom into the eastern Pacific. (Wind anomalies stop at October 1997)
Christie Clark gets serenaded for Earth Day
Students from University Highlands elementary school performed an Earth Day song for B.C. premier Christy Clark in the Djavad Mowafaghian Courtyard at Blusson Hall. BC premier Christy Clark was at SFU Burnaby to announce funding for a new neighbourhood energy utility on Burnaby Mountain. This district energy system will provide heat for the whole campus plus future homes in the UniverCity sustainable community. It will also replace SFU's aging boilers and help reduce 80 per cent of the school's
Tip of the Week: PolySearch
This tip is a quick introduction to PolySearch, for more information, see: http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=9084
All month long, in honor of Colon Cancer awareness, Dr. Raju, in the department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition, is answering colonoscopy questions on facebook via video from his computer here at MD Anderson.
Build a LabVIEW subVI to wait for audio level to exceed a user-defined threshold, and then record audio until the audio level drops below the threshold again.
Comedians@Google: Rob Corddry
Rob Corddry stops by Google on June 30th, 2011, for a discussion about YouTube, comedy, and his show, "Children's Hospital."
Finding The Right Institutional Fit For You: How To (Safely) Find Out About The Culture Of The Depar
Presentation in the 2008 Rice University NSF Advance Conference entitled “Negotiating the Ideal Faculty Position”. This presentation was designed to assist and educate the interviewee regarding campus culture and atmosphere, and was authored by Laura Malisheski (Harvard), Margaret Beier (Psychology), Vicki Colvin (Chemistry), and Jim Pomerantz (Psychology).
Fluorescence Microscopy as an Introduction to Cell Biology
In this exercise, students use fluorescence microscopy to look at organelles (mitochondria, Golgi apparatus, endoplasmic reticulum) and the cytoskeleton in PtK2 cells. In both cases, DNA stains allow students to observe changes in organelle and cytoskeleton morphology as the cell undergoes mitosis. In addition to revealing the cellular structures in a dramatic fashion, the exercise shows students that the distributions, sizes, and shapes of the structures are not always as they imagine them. Fin
Exploring Important Biological Concepts Using Biology Workbench
This set of three activities uses Biology Workbench, a website that brings together sequence databases and online software for searching databases, aligning sequences, and creating inferred phylogenetic trees. The first two activities explore the diversity of preproinsulin sequences across species. Students use the Student Version of Biology Workbench and search databases by keyword in the first activity, while, in the second, students use the actual Biology Workbench and search the databases us
Exercise Physiology: The Response of Metabolic Rate to Physical Activity
In this lab, students measure their heart rate, oxygen consumption, and carbon dioxide production in various physical activities on a treadmill or cycle ergometer. After learning the techniques in the first lab period, each group of 3-4 students designs an independent investigation that is performed during the second lab period. To measure metabolic rate, students collect expired air in a Douglas bag, then measure the volume, the temperature, and the concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide. W
Eutrophication: A Project Lab for Multi-section Lab Courses
This lab is designed to simulate the process of eutrophication over an eight to ten week period. Students use a water-soluble fertilizer (similar to Miracle Grow) to determine the effects of nutrient loads on both terrestrial and aquatic environments. By using three aquariums, Elodea, and radish plants, students can examine the ongoing process of eutrophication by taking weekly measurements of water quality and looking at plant growth. Students become "experts" on such equipment as dissolved oxy
Effective Methods of Training Biology Laboratory Teaching Assistants IV: The Use of Skits, A Teachin
Each year since 1999 ABLE has provided a forum for presentation, discussion, and sharing of ideas concerning the use of undergraduates and graduate students to run labs and teach in the Departments of Biological Science. There have been lively films, games, examples, and discussions of the many university training sessions and/or workshops to Train Graduate Teaching Assistants to handle students, labs, and even teaching assignments. This year we will offer four other areas of discussion for you.
Idioms - Quiz
Improve your knowledge of idioms (phrases used in Oral Language) by completing this quiz.
School (Irish) - Quiz2
The pupil will revise the theme of School. Written questions will be used to assess the understanding of the pupil. The pupil will be able to correct themselves. The pupil will use interactive resources to encourage reading.
Red Mondays and Gemstone Jalapenos: The Synesthetic World
Synesthesia is the blending or mixing of senses. A synesthete, for example, might see colors when listening to music or taste flavors when hearing a word. Dr. David Eagleman of Baylor College of Medicine explains this strange condition, and four synesthetes explain how they perceive the world.
Creating harmony between historical and contemporary art
Michael Rush, founding director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, talks about the unique harmony of historical and contemporary art that will be displayed at the Broad Art Museum. For more with Rush, read http://news.msu.edu/story/9574 and watch http://youtu.be/9ZEoFtXqA7Q.
Sets and Counting: Homework
This chapter covers principles of sets and counting. After completing this chapter students should be able to: use set theory and venn diagrams to solve counting problems; use the multiplication […]