GoNU.TV Game Recap - Women's Basketball vs. Hofstra - February 17, 2011
Despite posting a higher shooting percentage, the Huskies were unable to overcome Hofstra, as the Pride pushed past Northeastern, 80-61, Thursday night at Solomon Court. The loss puts the Huskies at 8-17 (3-11 CAA) on the season while the Pride improve to 15-10 (7-7 CAA).
Mapping the Human Genome - Ten Years After
The "Mapping the Human Genome: Ten Years After" event took place on Tuesday, February 22, at Sanders Theatre at 4 p.m.
LSE Literary Weekend - Religious Defamation
A year after the repeal of blasphemy from English law, religious defamation laws are tightening their grip on the world, with the apparent support of the United Nations. Whatever happened to freedom of speech? A discussion of the nature of blasphemy in the twenty-first century.
What should the next G20 meeting do?
The upcoming meeting of the G20 in London in early April 2009 is crucial for the development of policies to stabilise the world economy and reform the international financial architecture. What will the G20 do and what should it do? Will Hutton, Danny Quah, Mick Cox and David Held debate the issues.
The Roller-coaster Reputation of John Maynard Keynes
Keynes is simultaneously the twentieth century's most influential and itsmost controversial economist. Why has his reputation fluctuated in such an extraordinary way? How much relevance do his ideas, formed in the context of the 1920s and 1930s, still have for the problems faced today, particularly by the British and American economies.
Gilded Age: 1873-1876: The Panic of 1873
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was caused by the failure of Jay Cooke's investment house, which funded a lot of the Union effort in the Civil war. During this time, many became deep in debt and unemployed. During this time, Chicago's People's Party and Socialist Party frequently got into disagreements. Also, the close election of Rutherford B. Hayes took place. This five minute video explains who Cooke's actions started to impact the nation and resulted i
Making Trouble, Making Babies What Limits on IVF
Coverage of the 2010 Pediatric Bioethics Conference continues with Jeff Ecker, Associate Professor of Obstetrics Harvard Medical School, as he recounts the story of the California octuplets and ethics implications. Then a panel discussion on issues that arise prior to birth includes speakers Mark Mercurio, MA Director of Yale Pediatric Ethics Program, Norman Fost, MPH Director, Program in Bioethics, University of Wisconsin who discuss illegal and prescribed drug use. Elena Gates, Professor and V
Quake survivor keeps wedding date
A Christchurch couple marry only days after one of them was pulled from the rubble of Tuesday's devastating quake.
U.S. airlifts evacuees from Tunisia
U.S. military assists in evacuee relief in Tunisia as Libya looks poised for civil war.
The triangle inequality theorem states that the sum of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the length of the third side. This video explains how to find a range of values for the third side when given two lengths by writing two inequalities: one inequality that assumes the larger value given is the longest side in the triangle and one inequality that assumes that the third side is the longest side in the triangle. Combine the two inequalities for the final answer. (2:14)
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Climate change and cultural transitions over the last 160,000 years in NW Africa
Angela Vaughan, School of Archaeology, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010.
Gateway of India: the implications of palaeoenvironmental change in the Thar desert, NW India, for t
James Blinkhorn, School of Archaeology, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010.
Water landscapes in central Sahara
Savino di Lernia, University of Rome, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010.
FACES: Air Conditioning Applied Technology
A non-traditional Del Mar College student shares details about his decision to change careers and pursue his goal of becoming a self-employed air-conditioning contractor.
264 GG So Many Questions
Today's topic is how to format questions. You think you already know this, don't you? I wonder if you're right.
Bank Vooruit! Op naar een holebivriendelijke school Bank Vooruit! is een educatieve map waar leerkrachten en onderwijsbetrokkenen direct mee aan de slag kunnen. In deel 1 vind je tips voor een holebivriendelijke school, als volgt opgedeeld:
Bank Vooruit! is een educatieve map waar leerkrachten en onderwijsbetrokkenen direct mee aan de slag kunnen.
In deel 1 vind je tips voor een holebivriendelijke school, als volgt opgedeeld:
A Interview with Professor Carl May, Head of Research, Faculty of Health Sciences
A Interview with Professor Carl May, Head of Research, Faculty of Health Sciences - Trevor Kettle Keywords:podcast
Change of Humus Content on Farmland 1965 - 2009
A lecture by Dr. Georg Dersch, AGES Institute for Soil Health at the seminar "Humus, Forgotten Chance for the Global Climate? Oktober 2010