Interactive Investigator
Interactive Investigator, available through Virtual Museum Canada, is a website "for anyone with an interest in the different scientific methods used to solve crimes." Users will find a database of forensic science, containing short but informative essays on forensic entomology, toxicology, alcohol analysis, and various other forensic science topics. A simple timeline reviews key dates in the development of forensics, starting with the creation of the Paris Institute for Forensic Science in 1868
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National Nanotechnology Initiative: The Initiative and its Implementation Plan
This report from the National Science and Technology Council is a supplement to the President's 2003 budget. Its purpose is to emphasize the importance of nanotechnology research and highlight the accomplishments of current government efforts in order to justify additional funding for the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI). The report does a very good job of describing nanotechnology and its applications for the future. The initiatives of the program are outlined, including education, manu
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UCMP Evolution Forum for Teachers
This website originated during a short course on evolution for teachers in the year 2000 at the University of California's Museum of Paleontology. It allows instructors to access and share information related to the teaching of evolution. Links provide access to activities, tips and resources, and documentation provided by the speakers at the museum. Topics range from the evolution of eukaryotes to mass extinction at the K/T boundary.
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4.5.1 Gigabit Ethernet
Optical-fibre communications became commercially viable in the 1970s and innovation continues today. This unit will illustrate how very high data rates can be transmitted over long distances through optical fibres. You will learn how these fibres are linked, examine the technology used and assess the future direction of this continually developing area of communication.
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The China Model: Appeals and limitations of state capitalism
For some people, China's impressive rebound from the recent financial recession proves that a China model has emerged and will work better for China and some other developing countries than the Western model of modernisation. Zhao argues that while... (Running Time 72:01)
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Lesson #2 - Say “You’re Welcome” in Japanese
Learn Japanese travel phrases with SurvivalPhrases.com! A little Japanese can go such a long way! Today we cover another high frequency Japanese phrase sure to be useful on your trip, travels or vacation to Japan. Today, we’ll go over the term “You’re Welcome.” Now, this might seem like a simple phrase, but there are various ways [...]
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Ford eyes southeast Asian growth
Ford's Southeast Asian sales up 175 percent in first two months of 2011, seeks greater market share in a region dominated by its Japanese rivals.
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2 Sources of help

This assessment unit is designed to be self-contained. However you might like to access the following sources for support and guidance if you need it. These sources include:

  • Key skills – making a difference (U529_1) This OpenLearn unit is designed to complement the assessment units. It provides detailed guidance and activities to help you wor
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1.1.8 Surgical removal of tattoos
This Unit will introduce you to a number of ways of representing data graphically and of summarising data numerically. You will learn the uses for pie charts, bar charts, histograms and scatterplots. You will also be introduced to various ways of summarising data and methods for assessing location and dispersion.
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3 Work on your own mathematics
This unit focuses on your initial encounters with research. It invites you to think about how perceptions of mathematics have influenced you in your prior learning, your teaching and the attitudes of learners.
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2 Your own mathematics
This unit focuses on your initial encounters with research. It invites you to think about how perceptions of mathematics have influenced you in your prior learning, your teaching and the attitudes of learners.
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1 Forces for development
This unit focuses on your initial encounters with research. It invites you to think about how perceptions of mathematics have influenced you in your prior learning, your teaching and the attitudes of learners.
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To be able to understand the importance of the environment for our health, we need to know a little about the interdependence between environment and humankind. This unit will look at interactions between plants, animals and the physical and chemical environment, as well as considering ways in which humans have altered, and are altering this environment. These changes have health implications that are not always immediately obvious. Frequently, we initiate changes that are going to have their ef
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To be able to understand the importance of the environment for our health, we need to know a little about the interdependence between environment and humankind. This unit will look at interactions between plants, animals and the physical and chemical environment, as well as considering ways in which humans have altered, and are altering this environment. These changes have health implications that are not always immediately obvious. Frequently, we initiate changes that are going to have their ef
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Learning Materials in a Problem Based Course
This webpage from the U.K. Center for Materials Education provides an introduction to the use of case studies and provides several examples of materials case studies that are being used in the U.K. in materials and engineering courses at various points in the academic program as well as a bibliography of resources for educators interested in learning more about the case study method.
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"Sim Man" Provides Hands-on Training to Aspiring Pharmacists
Friday, Apr. 2, 2010 Contact: Brenda Bray, Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, 509-358-7735, bbray@wsu.edu; Lorraine Nelson, Communication Coordinator, College of Pharmacy, 509-335-4776, lanelson@wsu.edu PULLMAN, Wash. -- Imagine having a patient come to your pharmacy and, while you are talking with them, they start to experience a serious health problem. Washington State University pharmacy students are learning what to do in such situations through the use of a Human Patient
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Super Thursday -- NW Public Radio's Call for Help
Friday, Mar. 26, 2010 Contact: Kerry Swanson, NWPR Station Manager, 509-335-6512, kerry_swanson@wsu.edu PULLMAN, Wash. -- While other public radio stations hold weeks of pledge drives, Northwest Public Radio does things a bit different. A one-day pledge, called "Super Thursday" aims at giving listeners one day to make sure they pledge funds. As of 7 p.m. Thursday, more than $205,000 in pledges have been received. View the video below to learn more about "Super Thursday" and how listeners' mo
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