Mental health promotion strives to improve mental hea
Living With Biodiversity: Your Water Supply, Your Food, Your Energy Use and What You Buy
These four resource guides came out of a lecture series entitled: "Living with Biodiversity: What You Can Really Do for the Environment" held at the American Museum of Natural History in the fall of 1998. Sponsored by the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, the programs addressed how our everyday decisions - from what we eat and drink to what we buy - affect biodiversity and provided practical tips for becoming a "green" consumer.
Voedingsdriehoek : Gezonde voeding met Nubel
Deze bijdrage bevat een uitgebreid stappenplan om aan de slag te gaan met de Nubel voedingsplanner.
De Nubel Voedingsplanner is een internettoepassing waarmee je op een gebruiksvriendelijke manier uw voedingsgewoonten kan opvolgen en …
Home - Scientix
Scientix – the community for science education in Europe – was created to facilitate regular dissemination and sharing of know-how and best practices in science education across the European Union.
Scientix is open for teachers, researchers, policy makers, parents and anyone interested in science education.
This month with the President - May 2011
McMaster is committed to expanding and broadening the many pathways students can take to enter university. In May, seventy Grade 7 students from Hamilton's Cathy Wever elementary school spent three days on campus learning that post secondary education could be an option for them. In this installment of This Month with the President Patrick Deane talks about why broadening these pathways is an important goal.
Read more about the students from Cathy Wever elementary school here: http://dailynews.
Ocean Odyssey - Coastal Currents
This is a segment from the Ocean Odyssey series that describes coastal currents and how they might effect oil spills and objects in the ocean. Produced specifically for students and is suitable for elementary and older students.
(This is an Emmy award-winning series of instructional programs that introduces students in grades 3-5 to NASA and integrates mathematics, science, and technology through the use of Problem-Based Learning (PBL), scientific inquiry, and the scientific method. T
Deze Java applet laat de ingang van een locatie, te kiezen uit een lijst of het plaatsen van de lengte-en breedtegraad. Gebruikers kunnen ook kiezen voor de dag en tijd van het jaar.
Als gevolg kunnen we een venster te zien met de dag …
3.3 The role of the basilar membrane in sound reception
Hearing is a familiar and important human sense that is a topic naturally of interest to those who are curious about human biology. This unit will enable you to relate what you read to your own sensory experiences – and indeed many of the questions asked have exactly that function. This unit will be best understood by those with some biological understanding.
Down with the Dictator of Yemen
Governments and their intellectual front men believe that nothing unites a population like a war. Actually, that's not quite true. What happens is that during war, governments strike fear into their domestic opponents and silence them through intimidation. The appearance of unity is wholly illusory.
If you truly want to unite a population, here is a k
Build a LabVIEW subVI to wait for audio level to exceed a user-defined threshold, and then record audio for a specified time interval.
Lecture 16b: Functional Analysis - Sequence spaces
The second part of the sixteenth class in Dr Joel Feinstein's Functional Analysis module covering Sequence spaces.
Further module materials are available for download from The University of Nottingham open courseware site: http://unow.nottingham.ac.uk/resources/resource.aspx?hid=bd32d53b-3c12-ac19-176b-d9e112731951 and on iTunes U: http://itunesu.nottingham.ac.uk/albums/64.rss
Dr Feinstein's blog may be viewed at: http://explainingmaths.wordpress.com
Dr Joel Feinstein is an Associate Professor i
Researchers solve 'mammoth' evolutionary puzzle - Hendrik Poinar
A DNA-based study sheds new light on the complex evolutionary history of the woolly mammoth, suggesting it mated with a completely different and much larger species.
The research, which appears in the BioMed Central's open access journal Genome Biology, found the woolly mammoth, which lived in the cold climate of the Arctic tundra, interbred with the Columbian mammoth, which preferred the more temperate regions of North America and was some 25 per cent larger.
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