Henri A. Termeer, Former Chairman, President & CEO, Genzyme
"His gambles rewrote the rules of an industry... and helped him build Genzyme." Henri A. Termeer was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Genzyme Corporation for nearly three decades. Under his leadership, Genzyme grew from a modest entrepreneurial venture to one of the world's leading biotechnology companies. The Darden School was proud to welcome Mr. Termeer as a distinguished guest of its Leadership Speaker Series on February 16, 2012. The conversation was moderated by Dard
Heat and Temperature What makes the liquid in a thermometer rise or fall in response to temperature? Which contains more heat—a boiling teakettle or a swimming p
What makes the liquid in a thermometer rise or fall in response to temperature? Which contains more heat—a boiling teakettle or a swimming p
Chinese finger counting
A young man demonstrates how Chinese people use their fingers to count to ten, first using English words, then using the Chinese words for the numbers. Run time 01:23.
Voices of a Liberal Faith - Unitarian Universalists
Welcome to Unitarian Universalism! This newly-released video tells the story of our faith through powerful imagery and inspirational testimonials.
Terry Hodgkinson Inaugural Lecture
Terry has led the Regional Development Agency, Yorkshire Forward, as its Chair for seven years, overseeing the Agency in growing the economy of the Yorkshire and Humber region. He was honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2010 with the award of a CBE for services to business and regeneration and was recently appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant for West Yorkshire. He has recently launched his new business, entitled ‘Inspiration for Industry Education and Regeneration’. He holds a Visiting P
Download Berklee Online's free Music Production Handbook: http://bit.ly/13hxm0d Learn more about Loudon's Composing and Producing Electronic Music online course: http://bit.ly/15PZXsh This video demonstrates how to assign modulation within the Native Instruments Massive synthesizer. First we look at two important modulations that are assigned by default (oscillator keytracking and amplitude envelope). Then we cover how to assign our own modulation. Remember that when assigning modulation to alw
Implications of resource management in La Parguera, Puerto Rico (The)
A recent rezoning of La Parguera, southwest Puerto Rico, as a tourist zone has resulted in an imbalance between development and appropriate resource management. Development associated with tourism is destroying the sub-tropical dry forest and adding pressure on the marine resources through increased boat traffic and marine structures. Declining water quality and benthic community health are two of the impacts seen in La Parguera associated with these land use changes. This study is three-fold. F
Kindergarten Pre-Writing Lesson: Opposite Words
In this video, a teacher models a writing lesson with Kindergarten students using opposite words "thick" and "thin" as a starting point for creating sentences using the words. After practicing stating the sentences out loud, students then write the sentence themselves, writing each letter after watching the teacher write the letter first.
Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes, elipse
Interactive simulation demonstrating formula and calculation of area of an elipse
Beethoven Symphony No. 5, 1st mvt
Telecast March 22, 1952 from Carnegie Hall, New York City. Toscanini conducts the NBC Symphony Orchestra playing the first movement of Beethoven's famous Symphony Number 5. (06:07)
The Greatest Mozart Documentary Ever Part 1 (3 part series)
In this documentary (in color) pianist and author Balint Vazsonyi and special quest Anthony Quayle explore Mozart's life in Salzburg. The picture quality is decent, but the sound quality is excellent. The documentary includes narration and interviews as well as excerpts that depict events in Mozart's life. (19:01)
Engaging students in ethical debates
This case study outlines an investigation into the acceptance of a new pedagogical paradigm aiming to engage and inspire students in ethical and entrepreneurial activity
Polite drones could soon form efficient armies
Full story: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25792 Robots that can navigate in unknown spaces have been given a set of manners to help them coordinate their in-flight movements
Seattle Grand Challenges Summit Conclusion, Part 6 of 6
In the final episode of the six part NAE Seattle Grand Challenges Summit series, John Markoff, New York Times correspondent, hosts a panel discussion recapping highlights from the summit. The discussion panel includes Matt O'Donnell, UW Dean of Engineering, Larry Smarr, University of California, San Diego, Ed Lazowska, UW CSE Chair, and Bonnie Dunbar, President and CEO, Museum of Flight. The conclusion of the series revisits presentations on the themes of "Engineering Better Medicines" and "Engi
Read My Bar Graph!
In this "Cyberchase" video clip, the kids create their own bar graph to track the amount of bugs in the main Cybrary. They compare their bar graph to the one that Hacker created (to trick Ms. Fileshare, the librarian) and realize that the two bar graphs are based on different scales. (1:10)
Global Reaction to US Credit Downgrade
Krannert School of Management Assoc. Prof. Xiaoyan Zhang discusses the global reaction to the U. S. credit downgrade.
Clinical Judgement of Hypernasality in Cleft Palate Children
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