Research Expo 2012
The Research, Innovation, and Scholarship Expo showcases the breadth and depth of innovative thinking at Northeastern University.
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Philosophy Discussion: Darwin in the 21st Century: Nature, Humanity, and God
Philosophy Discussion
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.NET Gadgeteer and MIDI: Meet the MeeBlipiator

Demonstration of my latest Gadgeteer project, a simple 8-step one-octave arpeggiator using Pete Brown's MIDI Module to drive a MeeBlip micro synthesizer.

Full source code is available at http://sdrv.ms/MeeBlipiatorSrc (MS-PL)

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Lee Hall III
Clemson University Professor Emeritus, John Jacques, talks about the expansion and renovation of Lee Hall.
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The Rutland Institute For Ethics 10th Anniversary Gala at Clemson University
April 10th, 2012 - Integrity, ethics, athletics: In It To Win It, A conversation on ethics and integrity in intercollegiate athletics. Keynote Speaker: Brad Wolverton, a senior editor for The Chronicle of Higher Education. Panelists included members of the NCAA Working Group on Collegiate Model Rules, charged with rewriting NCAA athletic rules. Chancellor Harvey Perlman, University of Nebraska, Chancellor Charles Nelms, NCCU and Jim Barker, President of Clemson University.
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Constructing the Head and Brain of Vertebrates || Radcliffe Institute
Nicole Le Douarin (Honorary Professor, Collège de France) explores the neural crest, an important embryonic structure that appeared in primitive vertebrates. 00:00:00: Welcome (Lizabeth Cohen, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study) 00:07:08: Introduction (Catherine Dulac, Harvard University) 00:15:20: "Constructing the Head and Brain of Vertebrates" (Nicole Le Douarin, Collège de France) 01:19:47: Question-and-answer period March 5, 2012
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Dim Down 2012
In honor of Earth Month 2012, Spartans are asked to Be Spartan Green by participating in Dim Down from noon to 1 p.m. every Friday. During the hour, Spartans are asked to turn off and/or unplug computers, lights, electronics, and other appliances. More information at http://bespartangreen.msu.edu/dimdown.html. Video produced by Taylor Benson, Jared Harburn and Michael Samsky
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Mountain Hare in Snowy Habitat
This short video gives excellent real life footage of Mountain Hares in a snowy habitat. Students will enjoy the close up views of these amazing creatures. The Mountain Hare has a lighter build than the brown hare, and is easily distinguished by its tail, which is completely white throughout the year, whereas in the brown hare the tail has a black upper surface. The ears are tipped with black, and the coat is brown in summer, turning white during winter. This is a great resource to help bui
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Los secretos del Sol - (The History Channel) parte 3 de 4
Existen miles de millones de estrellas en el universo, pero sólo una domina nuestro vecindario celestial, el Sol. Es tan grande, que en todo su volumen podrían caber un millón de planetas Tierra y tan poderoso, que cada segundo produce una cantidad de energía equivalente a mil millones de bombas de hidrógeno de un megatón.
El Sol es el gran motor que impulsa nuestro sistema solar, suministrando la energía que hace posible la existencia de vi

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PCC MAT055 Algebraic Literacy
Content material for Colorado Community College System's DevEd Math Prep Introduction. This page is an intro to the MAT055 Algebraic Literacy Course.
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Django Reinhardt - The Sheik of Araby
Jazz guitar genius Django Reinhardt with the Quintette du Hot Club de France for the 1937 recording of "The Sheik of Araby".
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Mongol Invasion of Europe - Part 2
This documentary, which is suitable for high-school students, focuses on the Mongol campaign of 1240--the invasion of Hungary and Poland.
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Good Morning, Mr Mandela [Audio]
Speaker(s): Zelda la Grange | Zelda la Grange (@ZeldalaGrangeSA) grew up in South Africa as a white Afrikaner who supported the rules of segregation. Yet just a few years after the end of Apartheid she would become a most trusted assistant to Nelson Mandela, growing to respect and cherish the man she had been taught was the enemy. Zelda la Grange will speak about her new book in conversation with John Carlin. Good Morning, Mr Mandela tells the story of how a young woman had her life, beliefs, pr
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4.5 The sans-culotte as revolutionary hero

Revolutionary symbolism (which we noted earlier with reference to the Declaration of the Rights of Man) extended to clothing: the wearing of the tricolour cockade was made compulsory for men by a decree of July 1792. The red ‘cap of liberty’ became the normal headgear of the sans-culottes, now officially idealized as heroes of the people.

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Personality and values
Welcome to ‘Personality and Values’, one of several ‘Futures’ workbooks, which help you choose and prepare a career route after graduation. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio The aim of this workbook is to help you to clarify or identify your personality type and work values as a step toward choosing work
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Implementing Schema
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Gimme A Break! Mark Twain Lampoons the Horatio Alger Myth
The ideology of success--the notion that anyone could make it with enough hard work--was widely promoted in Gilded Age America. One of its most famous proponents was the author Horatio Alger, whose novels showed how poor boys could move from "rags to respectability" through "pluck and luck." Between the late 1860s and his death in 1899, Alger published more than 100 of these formulaic stories about poor boys who made good more often because of fortunate accidents than because of hard work and de
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Making the best of testing
Two teachers offer a four-point plan for preparing students for end-of-grade tests without "teaching to the test": Teach to students' needs, integrate tested concepts into the curriculum, focus on learning before test-taking, and reduce students' stress.
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New features in Google Earth 4.3
Google Earth 4.3 adds new and innovative features, including photo-realistic 3D buildings, improved navigation, and sunlight.
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Development of Oro-Facial Structures and Its Clinical Correlation
Facial anomalies are frequent conditions in children in every part of the world. If these anomalies are not treated appropriately and adequately, there will be imposition of severe psychosocial problems on the parents of such children. And, the appropriateness and adequacy of the definitive treatment, which is often surgery, lie in the proper understanding of the anatomic and embryologic bases of these anomalies. This module addresses these issues and is very important to the practice of oral an
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