Inventing Temperature [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Hasok Chang | This lecture will argue that examining what seems to be a very straightforward question - what is temperature and how can we measure it? - reveals surprising insights into the nature of science and of scientific authority.
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Two Challenges to Democratic Cititzenship:is the EU the solution or part of the problem? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Sidney Tarrow | This lecture will consider questions about European identity and new problems of citizenship raised by the formation of the European Union. Richard Bellamy is professor of political science and director of the School of Public Policy, University College London. John F Jungclaussen is economic correspondent at Die Zeit.
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LSE Literary Weekend - ReaLITy: creative responses to social realities [Audio]
Speaker(s): Morris Gleitzman, Elizabeth Laird; Anthony McGowan; Patrick Ness; Meg Rosoff | The culmination of a creative-writing competition for London state schools, this panel discussion looks at how authors find inspiration in contemporary social issues- from gang culture and knife crime, to the more timeless problems of being a teenager. The panel of popular and award-winning teen authors have dealt with topics as wide ranging as Ethiopian street children and Nazi Germany, with a mixture of
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Greece is Changing [Audio]
Speaker(s): George Papaconstantinou | The Greek sovereign debt crisis of 2010 has received world-wide attention and has elicited unprecedented action by the European Union and its member governments as well as by the IMF. Greece is now obliged to follow the terms of the 'Memorandum' agreed with the 'bail-out' loan it has received. Is Greek economic policy on track? What are its future prospects?
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3.5.1 Algae
Without it we are dead! Water is essential, but what processes must it go through to become fit for human consumption? This unit will guide you through the continuous cycling of water between land, open water surfaces and the sea before moving on to an overview of the water treatment and supply process.
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Atlanta in Natural Color (321)
A flyby of Atlanta in natural color from Landsat
Author(s): Darrel Williams,Jesse Allen

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Garfield's proof for pythagorean theorem
This 1:17 long video has no narration and uses a smart board to show how this theorem is proved.
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Araona Crater (Iturralde Structure)
The Araona Crater (also known as the Iturralde Structure) is a suspected crater from an impactor which struck northern Bolivia approximately 20,000 years ago. The feature is believed to have been caused by a short period comet striking at 70 kilometers per second and splattering into the muddy alluvial flood plain in the Lower Amazon jungle. The impact created a circular depression which is now roughly 8 kilometers across and 3 meters deep. The structure was discovered in 1988 Landsat data, but
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Studying Particle Physics: Insights from John Polkinghorne
Dr. John Polkinghorne talks about how he got to study particle physics in this five minute video. A good overview of the theories presented and how this man became involved in its study.
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IDS336 Session 9 Summer 2011
IDS336 Human Rights - Session nine 07/05/11 Emily Magruder
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Darwin's Theory of Evolution
This seven minute video shows the science behind Darwin's theory.
Over time groups of organisms will underg genetic changes over time due to the process of natural selection. Darwin's theory says that organisms which are most fit for their environmet survive while unfit organisms die, changing the genetics of a species until that species is well adapted for its environment.

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Algal bloom in a lake in Tennessee
Large amounts of nutrients from agricultural runoff and pollution cause increased growth of algae. Algal blooms cause other organisms to die because the algae uses up all the oxygen in the water to grow. Eventually, this body of water will have no life in it.
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非圧縮xflは新しく追加された保存オプションで、デザイナーと開発者のFlashプロジェクトでのコラボレーションを可能にします。非圧縮xflの構造と、Subversionを使ったワークフローをご紹介します。
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France decorates Liza Minnelli
July 12 - France awards Liza Minnelli with the country's top decoration, prior to her performance in the country's capital. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
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Dairy Products Quality and Safety Module

This module equips the student with a broad knowledge of quality assurance and quality management related to the safety of milk products. It further aims to provide and understanding of government regulations related to quality assurance and how to apply quality management tools to collect, organize and evaluate data. 


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Clinical Examinations in Surgery: Examination of the Lump

This multimedia-based module is part of a series designed for medical students to assist in preparation for clinical examinations in surgery. This module explores how to examine superficial swellings including various lumps.

The basic guidelines for surgery are similar to internal medicine. The disease profile, however, may vary. The basic process is:


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Origines et position de l'homme dans l'évolution : la connexion chromosomique (audio)

Il est possible de montrer que l'homme partage ses chromosomes, support de l'hérédité, avec l'ensemble des mammifères, et d'utiliser les différences, d'espèce à espèce, pour reconstruire leur phylogénie, c'est-à-dire leurs positions respectives dans l'arbre de l'évolution. L'étude qui sera basée sur des approches de cytogénétique classique et moléculaire, utilisant des sondes spécifiques de chromosomes humains, appliquées à une centaine de primates et une centaine de mammi
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Cam Gigandet Workout Plan
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Seminar 12- USAWC Distance Education Class of 2011
One more challenge faced the senior officers as they celebrated completion of two years of internet-based studies at the Army War College's distance education program. The largest graduation class in college history received their diplomas on a day of record-breaking heat, July 22, at historic Carlisle Barracks.
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