Boebinger's lecture 1 part C
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Art from War: Documenting Devastation/Realizing Restoration
Larson Fellow Tara Tappert discusses how different artistic approaches to the experiences of war trauma can be traced to the devastations of the First World War. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6638
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STAR: using visual economic models to engage stakeholders to increase value in the NHS [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Mara Airoldi, Professor Gwyn Bevan, Siân Williams | Editor's note: We apologise for the poor quality of this podcast. STAR is the Socio-Technical Allocation of Resource which has been designed, through an eight-year research programme at LSE funded by the Health Foundation, to enable stakeholders to explore how to improve the value of health care given constrained resources. This lecture describes the STAR approach and two of its applications: in redesigning the care pathway to i
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Arjuna Ardagh, "The Technology for Bringing Forth Genius" | Talks at Google
More and more people today are discovering what it's like to fall into a sense of "flow," at least in moments. It is when everything happens easily. You have a natural sense of why you are here, and what gives your life meaning and purpose, without having to think or worry about it very much at all. The results are: Dramatically reduce stress, even when you are actively engaged in life. You make more money, more easily, often in a way that feels effortless and fun. More loving and intimate r
Large scale graphene production starts in the kitchen
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe May 15 - Irish scientists have broken new ground in the effort to speed up production of the 'wonder material' graphene - by mixing it with soap and water in a common kitchen blender. They believe the method could be adapted on an industrial scale to allow the mass production of a material whose strength and conductivity are likely to transform common products. Jim Drury reports. More Innovations: http://smarturl.it/Innovations Subscribe: http://s
Space Station Live: Adjusting to Life After Space
Space Station Live commentator Kyle Herring interviews NASA Astronaut Mike Hopkins about his time aboard the International Space Station. While serving as a flight engineer during Expedition 37/38, Hopkins conducted a pair of U.S. spacewalks or a total of 12 hours and 58 minutes.
State of the University 2015 speech by President Ed Ray
Oregon State University President Ed Ray addressed a crowd of over 720 attendees at the 2015 State of the University event at the Portland Convention Center. Full speech: http://oregonstate.edu/leadership/speeches-and-statements/state-u-pdx-2015
SFU Scientists Help Put Bedbugs to Bed Forever
A trio of Simon Fraser University scientists has discovered a set of chemical attractants, or pheromones, that lure bedbugs into traps, and keep them there. Now, they’re working on developing the first effective and affordable bait and trap for detecting and monitoring bedbug infestations. Read more: http://at.sfu.ca/yxKcie
How to Teach Piano to Kids: How to Teach a Child to Play Do Re Mi on the Piano
Expert Village video. This lesson is taught by Hope Wells. Video teaches children to play three notes, which are the Do Re Mi notes. Placement of fingers is shown on the keys of the piano. Good quality video. Video would be good for any age student who is learning to play the piano.
Graeme Reid - Why Should the Taxpayer Fund Science and Research? UCL inaugural lecture
Professor Graeme Reid, Chair of Science and Research Policy (UCL) In his inaugural lecture as UCL's new Chair in Science and Research Policy, Graeme Reid will consider the issue of public funding for research, drawing from his previous role as Head of Research Funding in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. In an age of austerity, with continued pressure on public finances, how should decisions on research funding be made, and how are they influenced by growing expectations of
Addicted to Central Bank Painkillers?
The argument that low interest rates during boom times creates debt bubbles and financial instability is potentially misleading.
Surveillance video captures moment armed men seize Crimea government building
Security cameras show moment armed men seize government building in the Crimean city of Simferopol. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputation for spee
Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, Rearranging Formulae
Interactive simulation, rearranging formulae (letters and numbers)
Samuel Brinton, "Ex-Gay Ministries"
Hear Samuel Brinton, son of two Southern Baptist ministers, talk about the years of reparative therapy designed to "cure" him of his homosexuality. Sam speaks often about his experiences in the hopes that others who have endured similar struggles will find hope.
New York Harbor Police boat Patrol capturing pirates / Thomas A. Edison, Inc. 1903
OTHER TITLES N.Y. Harbor Police boat "Patrol" capturing pirates CREATED/PUBLISHED United States : Thomas A. Edison, Inc., 1903. SUMMARY This was probably filmed in the southern part of the Upper New York Bay looking towards the Narrows, with Fort Lafayette partly visible in the far background. The subject is a simulated capture by the police gunboat "Patrol" of three "pirates" in a rowboat. Puffs of smoke appear as the gunboat fires several rounds from the bow cannon, which can be clear
CTPI: Religious Voices in the Public Square: Threatening Democracy or Enriching Debate?
In this conversation two leading public theologians, one from Sri Lanka, Dr Vinoth Ramachandra (Secretary for Dialogue and Social Engagement with the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students), and one from Cambridge, Dr Jonathan Chaplin (Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics) discuss this issue with Professor Andrew Bradstock, Director of the University of Otago’s Centre for Theology and Public Issues. 9 August 2013
In this video, Berklee Online Senior Academic Advisor and Berklee alum Mark Hopkins demonstrates how to play behind the bridge for a tighter/brighter tone. Learn more about related Berklee Online online course, Rhythm and Groove Guitar: http://bit.ly/1lUrDFV