Another Way to Solve a Two-Digit Multiplication Problem
The video offers a different way to solve a two-digit times two-digit multiplication problem. There is no narration, but the video is easy to follow. (01:29)
SMT312 Session 10 Fall 2012
Natural Disasters with Don Gauthier 11/11/12
Promo - One Minute Romanian
Hello! My name is Roxana and I'd like to welcome you to One Minute Romanian from the Radio Lingua Network. In this podcast I'm going to be teaching you the basics of Romanian. The great thing about this language course is that you'll be learning all you need to know in just 60 seconds - or thereabouts! Each one minute language lesson will equip you with just enough Romanian to help you get by in lots of situations, either on holiday, or on a business trip to Romania, or just to impress your Roma
Does Philanthropy Make a Difference? | Institute of Politics
Mimi Corcoran, Special Fund for Poverty Alleviation Director at the Open Society Foundations; Christine W. Letts, Interim Director of the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations; and Margaret McKenna, President Emeritus at Lesley University and former Walmart Foundation President participated in a discussion about the power, limitations and complications of philanthropy. IOP Fellow (Fall '12) Sonal Shah moderated the conversation, which covered partnerships, social investing and the challenges
WHO IS ISA GENZKEN? | Liam Gillick
For more information please visit http://www.moma.org/isa
Cómo negociar en inglés
Existen algunas frases hechas que te ayudarán a hablar y negociar en inglés. (3:51)
Reuters Today: Athens hopes to unlock aid with budget vote
Nov. 12 - Greece approved its austerity budget and hopes for more time and financial aid, though euro zone finance ministers are not expected to take a final decision at their meeting on Monday.
The future electric car may be one big battery
Swedish researchers believe the problem of battery efficiency in electric cars can be solved by turning the car's entire frame into one, big battery. They say their solution would remove the drag created by today's heavy batteries, vastly increasing the range of electric cars. Jim Drury has the story.
Robot gets from A to B by asking the way
Nov. 12 - German scientists have taught a humanoid robot to find its way by asking for directions from people in the street. Fitted with Fitted with an array of cameras and sensors, the automaton represents a significant step in the development of robots that can intergrate with society. Jim Drury has the story.
biosights: October 29, 2012 - A stiff test for collectively migrating cells
By: JCB The mechanical properties of the extracellular matrix are known to regulate the migration of single cells, but whether substrate stiffness also affects collective cell migration is unclear. Ng et al. reveal that epithelial sheets move faster on stiffer matrices due to increased myosin contractility and mechanical coupling through cell-cell adhesions. This biosights episode presents the paper by Ng et al. from the October 29, 2012, issue of The Journal of Cell Biology and includes an inte
Letter Activities "T"
Video introduces the letter T, the T sound, and foods that start with T. (7:15)
Fighting to Develop Great Leaders
Is this a dream we can make come true? When she was just 15 years old, current Notre Dame sophomore Caitlin Crommett founded DreamCatchers, a volunteer organization that works with hospice care professionals to fulfill the dreams of terminally ill patients. Today, thanks to support from Notre Dame's Hesburgh--Yusko Scholars Program, the sophomore's vision of fulfilling the dreams of others is now active in 10 states and counting. Founded upon Notre Dame's rich tradition of academic excellence a
Post-Sandy: A Man-Made Disaster Hurricane Sandy caused the closing of a majority of the gasoline stations in the New York City area, did major damage to petroleum terminals, and reduced the ability of barges carrying fuel to reach their docks. All of this represented a substantial reduction in the supply of gasoline and other petroleum products in the New York metropolitan area. None of it was the cause of a shortage of g
Hurricane Sandy caused the closing of a majority of the gasoline stations in the New York City area, did major damage to petroleum terminals, and reduced the ability of barges carrying fuel to reach their docks. All of this represented a substantial reduction in the supply of gasoline and other petroleum products in the New York metropolitan area. None of it was the cause of a shortage of g
Reis door het heelal In deze werkbundel over het heelal komen volgende onderwerpen aan bod:
In deze werkbundel over het heelal komen volgende onderwerpen aan bod:
Charlotte, NC Mayor Anthony Foxx talks about the marketability of lawyers
The Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series hosts Charlotte, North Carolina Mayor Anthony Foxx. During his lecture he talks about the impact and marketability lawyers can have
Homecoming Honorees: Academic Spotlight
Each year, the Missouri State University Alumni Association recognizes individuals for their extraordinary achievements. This year, the Outstanding Young Alumni Award was presented to Shawn O'Neail, executive director of federal government affairs for the Novartis Corporation, The Outstanding Alumni Award was presented to Barbara Bowden, general manager of The Peabody Orlando and director of corporate revenue management for Peabody Hotels. The Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Affairs was
President Aoun's Live Message from London 2012
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WSU Alumni triplets share lessons learned in war, life
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Bakistry: The Science of Sweets | Lecture 9 (2012)
Joanne Chang, Flour Bakery November 5, 2012
Thank You from Notre Dame
We have lots of ways of saying it, but the message is the same: Thank you to our alumni, parents, and friends who give so much to the University of Notre Dame.