Proteins and Proteomics
Researchers know it is the proteins made by a cell that determine what that cell does. This session explores the varying complements of proteins and their effects, structures, and interactions within the mechanism of cell function, and introduces the larger picture of proteomics and systems biology.
Cell Biology and Cancer
Cancers result when genes required for normal cell function are mutated and the resulting cells undergo other changes ultimately leading to uncontrolled division. This session reveals new information on normal cell function, proto-oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and their role in the cell cycle, and current research in drug design for specific cancers.
An Introduction to Integration By Parts
This is a discussion of why integration by parts works and provides an example of using it to find the integral of a non-polynomial function.
These two MIT Museum speakers hope you’ll walk away from their talk with a good case of augmentation envy – or at least a healthy respect for what technology can do for the human body and soul.
John Hockenberry has used a wheelchair for 30 years, since a car accident left him a paraplegic. He tells us the pub
Duke Medicine Profiles: William E. Kraus, MD
Get to know Duke Heart Center's providers. Learn more about William E. Kraus, MD at http://www.dukemedicine.org/find-doctors-physicians/william-e-kraus-md.
Gerry Bloom speaks on China
Gerry Bloom, Research Fellow from the Institute of Development Studies speaks on the growing role of China in the international development arena.
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Don Sull, Professor of Management Practice in Strategic and International Management, shares four market opportunities that flexible and agile managers can seize in a downturn
China, because of its large population and abundant natural resources, has played a significant role in international affairs since the eighteenth century. However, during its long war with Japan during World War II, China was severely weakened. The Chinese suffered over two million casualties, in addition to significant damage to private property and the nation's infrastructure. The Chinese morale and standard of living were greatly diminished, and China was ripe for a revolution. Mao Tse Tung
This video explains the parallel structure concept and provides many examples. In the video the narrator explains parallel structure means that parts of a sentences that have the same grammatical function and have the same grammatical form. She reviews some correct and incorrect examples.
The voluntary or skeletal muscle system consists of more than 650 muscles, which produce body movement and help maintain an upright posture. Voluntary muscles are The voluntary or skeletal muscle system consists of more than 650 muscles, which produce body movement and help maintain an upright posture. built onto the skeletal framework in several layers; the ones shown here are those directly under the skin. Facial muscles are involved in speech, eating, and expression. Muscles across the chest
Visit KMSZone.com for more! And here's the last animation done during high school, also the first 'real' one for biology. It explains the details of muscle structure and function.
Ecosystems and populations of organisms within ecosystems function by the principle of balance and flux. Balance can be thought of as a state of equilibrium, or a state of equal changes between two sides. Flux can be thought of as a rate of flow or changes. Even small changes in an ecosystem's or population's balance and flux could lead to disaster.
Scarcity is a function of time, geography
and production. Scarcity and the fear of scarcity have led to war and
slavery. This is a professionally-produced video of good quality.
Stage lights are controlled by an operator who presets the various lighting options for the show, and each light can be made brighter, softer or colored. Understand the function of stage lights with tips from an experienced stage manager in this free video on theater lighting.
International author, directing coach and workshop leader Judith Weston gives directors advice on how to strengthen the conflict in a scene and increase the intensity of the performances.
In order to identify a learning disability in a child, it's important to examine a child's organizational skills and propensity to get confused about time and words. Find out how to take symptoms of a learning disability to get professional help with help from a state-certified teacher in this video on identifying learning disabilities in children. (01:24)
Expert: Ileana Padilla-Boyd
Bio: Ileana Padilla-Boyd is the director of Bright Starts, an education service in south Flori
Go to the Spotlight function by pressing the Command key while you tap the Space bar. Click on Keyboard and Mouse in the drop-down list – the dialog box that pops up lists shortcuts.
Hit the Command and the comma keys to open the Finder preferences.
Take and save a picture of your screen.
Press the F9 key to tile open windows on the desktop, and again to return them to their original positions.
Zoom in by pressing Command, Optio
Presents quantitative approaches to theory construction in the context of multiple response variables, with models for both continuous and categorical data. Topics include the statistical basis for causal inference; principles of path analysis; linear structural equation analysis incorporating measurement models; latent class regression; and analysis of panel data with observed and latent variable models. Draws examples from the social sciences, including the status attainment approach to interg
This course introduces the basic concepts and methods of statistics with applications in the experimental biological sciences. Demonstrates methods of exploring, organizing, and presenting data, and introduces the fundamentals of probability. Presents the foundations of statistical inference, including the concepts of parameters and estimates and the use of the likelihood function, confidence intervals, and hypothesis tests. Topics include experimental design, linear regression, the analysis of
Revolution in China
How the Body Works : Skeletal Muscles
Muscle Structure and Function
Balance and flux
Basic economic concepts: Scarcity
Stage Lighting & Managing : How Do Stage Lights Work?
Directing Actors with Judith Weston Emotional Event
Elementary Education : How to Identify Learning Disabilities in Children
History of Hanukah
How To Learn 10 Mac Shortcuts
Statistics for Laboratory Scientists I