PHI120 Critical Reasoning Session #07 Fall 2014
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Rencontre avec la réalisatrice Claire Simon, animée par Marc Henri Piault, directeur de recherche honoraire au CNRS, anthropologue et cinéaste.

« Pour moi faire un film, c’est avant tout peindre, montrer dans ce que je vois, ce qui crie, ce que je ne veux pas voir,
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This course examines how organic chemistry is used within the pharmaceutical industry to develop new drugs. You will investigate the process of drug development by following one new product through the intial process and research programme.

This OpenLearn course provides a sample of Level 3 study in Science.


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11.6 Operating systems

A computer requires software just to look after itself and to manage all its components; this is called the operating system. The operating system handles communication with the other software on the computer and with the hardware resources of the machine, such as the processor and memory. The operating system provides a means of running the computer's application programs. It also provides a standard user interface with windows, buttons and menus so that users can interact with the co
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References

Basalla, G. (1988) The Evolution of Technology, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Baylis, T. (2000) Clock This: My Life as an Inventor, London, Headline.
Bell, D. (1988) ‘The third technological revolution and its possible socio-economic consequences’ (third annual faculty lecture), Salford, University of Salford.
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