McGovern Institute: Ten Years of Understanding the Brain in Health and Disease
Psychiatric illness and neurological disorders such as autism, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease cause countless families to suffer, and require prodigious economic resources to manage. Now, thanks to major advances in genomics, systems neuroscience, and human brain imaging, says Robert Desimone, scientists are unloc
World Cycling Championships 2010
Students and recent graduates of RMIT University’s Remedial Massage (Myotherapy) program from the School of Life and Physical Sciences had the opportunity to look treat and massage cyclists and teams from Australia and the world at the recent indoor World Cycling Championships held at Hisense Arena in Melbourne Australia.
Mentored by industry expert and exercise science specialists – Jason Patten (Senior Educator and Program Manager, Complementary Therapies, RMIT University) and James Green
Commonwealth Honors College
Hear from UMass Amherst students at the Commonwealth Honors College share stories of their unique learning community, close connection with faculty, special research opportunities and international experiences.
Using Photomerge Style Match
Learn how to use Photomerge Style Match to change the appearance of one image to match the appearance of another image.
Quiet business ending to 2010
Business summary: quiet ending for a strong year in stocks, first New Year's Eve in Times Square since attempted terrorist bombing in May, CVS to buy Medicare unit for $1.25 billion, Goldman to retake lead in M&A.
The Stuff of Genius: Safety Pin
With patents on everything from fountain pens to rifles, Walter Hunt has sometimes been called "America's forgotten inventor." However, his most successful invention was the safety pin.
The week ahead: January 6th 2011
South Sudan votes on secession, Nicolas Sarkozy goes to Washington, Qatar hosts the Asian Cup and the world's largest tech show opens