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
USiU : Agribusiness : ICT in Support of Agriculture - Winsor Farm
This video is a case study of Henry at Winsor Farm, Nakuru. It shows various ways if information sharing and how technology has assisted the farm.
Phases et changement de phase (Vidéo)
All About Koalas
In this animated segment, the Science team discovers the specialized eating habits of the koala, an herbivore who primarily eats eucalyptus leaves. Learn how koalas are specialized to their own Eucalyptus forest habitat, having a stomach to digest this plant that is normally poisonous to other animals. Chris and Martin learn how Koalas have a pouch in their mouth to store extra eucalyptus leaves in case they need to travel in times of danger when they try to get Koala Balloon safely out of the A
OE Expo - Session 2: BEARBUY & EDW PROCURE-TO-PAY REPORTING
Phil Hanlon Budget Talk.mov
University of Michigan Provost Philip Hanlon discusses the school's budget and fields questions from students. March 22, 2012
Lee Hall III
Clemson University Professor Emeritus, John Jacques, talks about the expansion and renovation of Lee Hall.
This month with the President - April 2012
McMaster President Patrick Deane says the University's Downtown Health Campus is a key component to a renewed Hamilton. In April's installment of This Month with the President, he says the Campus will see 54,000 patient visits a year, provide a family doctor to 15,000 Hamiltonians currently without one and welcome 4,000 students to the downtown during the course of the year.
Going on a Bear Hunt
A group of students performs this classic song. Lyrics are not included but young students will be able to follow the simple body movements. The song can also be used to teach verbs and propositions. (05:55)
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Eisenhower Defeats Stevenson
In this newsreel clip, provided by the History Channel, learn about how Eisenhower defeated Adlai Stevenson to become the 33rd President. (1:51)
Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: Pratim Biswas
Pratim Biswas Learn More: http:reilly.nd.edu/conference/nanomaterials
Thema : De zintuigen Deze bundel gaat over de zintuigen. Ze worden benaderd aan de hand van theorie, proefjes en extra's. Thema: De Zintuigen 1. Inleiding 2. Wat is een zintuig? 3. Zintuig per zintuig
Deze bundel gaat over de zintuigen. Ze worden benaderd aan de hand van theorie, proefjes en extra's.
Thema: De Zintuigen
2. Wat is een zintuig?
3. Zintuig per zintuig…
How A Rainbow is Formed
This short video gives basic facts about rainbows. Key vocabulary words include prism and white light. A prism breaks down light into seven colors. This is a good resource to help build background knowledge and would work as an introductory lesson to weather and rainbows. (3:14)
What is Pollination?
This brief cartoon uses simple illustrations and examples to help explain what pollination is. Key vocabulary words include: pollen, anther, stigma, style, ovary, and egg. (02:09)
Boiler Bytes: Student athletes excel with new Sports Performance Center
Purdue's new Sports Performance Center is helping to minimize injuries and maximize performance for Purdue's student athletes. Coaches, trainers, nutritionists, sports medicine experts and dedicated student-athletes -- working together to make a difference that is already reaping results. http://www.purduesports.com/school-bio/sports-performance.html
Ancient DNA - bringing the past to life (short version)
Taking archeology a step beyond traditional pottery shards, Brian Kemp analyzes ancient DNA (aDNA) from bones, teeth, and desiccated feces (coprolites) to help bring prehistoric Native American cultures alive in ways never before possible. As a molecular anthropologist, Kemp compares archeological findings with genetic information to detect past demographic shifts, population interactions, and movements throughout the Americas. By plotting aDNA together with artifacts in the ground, specific tr
My Online Neighborhood
This 3:30 video is about a seven-year-old boy and how he uses the Internet. The best part is at the 2:30 mark where the boy provides three rules for the safe use of the Internet.