Stelios on Brands, Serial Entrepreneurship, the Environment and Giving Something Back! [Audio]
Speaker(s): Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou | Stelios Haji-Ioannou, LSE alumnus, is founder of the easyGroup companies and has given £2 million to LSE for the Stelios Scholars programme.
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The Ideas that are Changing Politics [Audio]
Speaker(s): David Willetts MP, David Cameron MP | There has been an extraordinary surge in the study of behaviour from evolutionary biologists, neurologists and game theorists, but this has been largely divorced from the political debate. David Willetts will draw on the latest research from these disciplines to explain what Government can and cannot do to influence our behaviour. David Willetts is shadow secretary of state for innovation, universities and skills and has been the MP for Havant si
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Where Now For the United States After the Election? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Michael Cox, Jessica Mathews; Bob Singh | The 2008 race for the White House has been the most exciting in recent American history. But will it make much difference to the United States and the rest of the world who wins: Obama or McCain? Michael Cox is a professor of international relations at LSE. Jessica Mathews is president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Rob Singh is a fellow of the RSA and an associate fellow of the Institute for the Study of the Ame
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European Questions – Turkish Angles: Europe's secularity [Audio]
Speaker(s): John Madeley, Professor Philippe Marliere, Professor Hakan Yilmaz | This series of events explores how our understanding of Europe's identity can be enhanced and developed in a new way by taking in a distinctively Turkish perspective. John Madeley is a senior lecturer at LSE's Government Department. Philippe Marliere is professor in French and European politics at UCL. Hakan Yilmaz is professor of political science at Bogaziçi University, Istanbul.
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Britain: a country divided? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor John Hills, Dr Polly Vizard, Professor Sir Tony Atkinson, David Darton | At the centre of CASE's work is the understanding of different aspects of inequality and the impacts of public policy on them. At this event, John Hills and Polly Vizard will present findings from the detailed analysis of economic inequalities carried out by the National Equality Panel, and across wider dimensions using the Equality Measurement Framework, as developed by CASE and its partners for the E
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1.5.6 Velocity and acceleration as derivatives
Motion is vital to life, and to science. This unit will help you to understand why classical motion is probably the most fundamental part of physics. You will examine motion along a line and the ways in which such motion can be represented, through the use of graphs, equations and differential calculus.
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Dr. M. Boyd Gillespie Physician Profile
Meet Dr. M. Boyd Gillespie, Associate Professor at MUSC. His specialities include head and neck cancer, thyroid and parthyroid tumors, voice and swallowing disorders, snoring and sleep apena.
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Les deux rives de Marilyn Monroe. Conférence de Bernard Comment

Marilyn Monroe est souvent assimilée à la pin-up. Elle est la "dumb blonde", la gourde dont les studios hollywoodiens voulaient se satisfaire. Mais Norma Jeane, devenue Marilyn, est une femme déterminée, qui veut échapper à son cliché pour développer ses formidables talents d'actrice à travers la formation très exigeante de l'Actors Studio. En décembre 1954, elle quitte Los Angeles pour New York, où elle fonde notamment sa propre maison de production. Une autre dimensio
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EEHU Lille 2011 –  Conduites addictives au travail : l’alcool au travail.

Titre : EEHU Lille 2011 –  Conduites addictives au travail : l’alcool au travail :
Intervenants : Alexandra SALEMBIER-TRICHART (Médecin du Travail, CHRU de Lille).
Résumé : Les entreprises n’échappent pas aux conduites addictives :
Les risques:
• dégradation du climat social
• absentéisme
• malfaçons
• accidents (15 à 20% des accidents mortels du travail)
• baisse des performances
Les possibilités du mé
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President Obama: It Gets Better: Bullying
As part of the It Gets Better Project, President Obama shares his message of hope and support for LGBT youth who are struggling with being bullied. These is a speech by the president imploring Ameicans to not tolerate bullying in any manner.
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Differentiated Instruction- Scaffolding Model
Meet Michelle Rainey.  A 10-year veteran who is NCATE Board Certified, she teaches 9th through 12th-grade English at Lawndale High School and also serves as one of the school's instructional coaches helping with aspects of curriculum professional development.  Here Michelle speaks about the importance of differentiated instruction. (02:40)
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Susan B. Anthony's Legacy
A two minute video that is part of a news story about women's struggle for the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony was once put on trial for trying to vote at a time when women weren't allowed to. The video provides a quick overview and the fact that more women vote than men. Anthony's famous quote, "Failure isn't Possible," is used.


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2 An introduction to the process view of business operations
The management of processes or operations is the very essence of any kind of business enterprise, and it is critically important that they are designed and managed well. This course taster uses case studies and models to illustrate the importance of effective operations management and outlines the steps to preparing your own operations proposal.
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The week ahead: June 30th 2011
Thailand holds a general election, Moroccans go to the polls and Hugo Chavez's health attracts mounting speculation
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Write Now! Career Writing Prompts: Physical Therapist (Justin Snyder do what you love, love what you
This Career Clip features Justin Snyder, Physical Therapist. Justin works for an inpatient facility helping people with neurological problems, spinal cord injuries and knee or hip replacements. He suggests that if you have an interest in any health professions you should try to visit a hospital or therapy unit and observe. Many programs require this as a part of your preadmittance. His career advice, do what you love and love what you do.
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3.5.4 Fungi
Without it we are dead! Water is essential, but what processes must it go through to become fit for human consumption? This unit will guide you through the continuous cycling of water between land, open water surfaces and the sea before moving on to an overview of the water treatment and supply process.
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Dickinson Magazine - Turtle Tagging
Dickinson Magazine Feature Video: In April, students in Gene Wingert's Introduction to Field Biology lab teamed up to capture and tag turtles in Wildwood Park in Harrisburg, Pa. The project had a two-fold purpose: track population and growth rates while raising funds for Wildwood Park through an Adopt-a-Turtle event. All "adopted" turtles were later released back into the wild; meanwhile, students had hands-on experience with field research. Assisting Wingert (who directed the project from behi
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African Vegetation: Comparing August 1984 and August 1994
For many years, scientists have believed that the southern expansion of the Sahara has been due to human activity. However, results from the AVHRR instrument and its measurements of vegetation suggest a different explanation: rainfall patterns. In drier years (1984 was one of the driest summers in recorded history in Northern Africa), the Sahara expands south, but in wetter years (such as 1994), vegetation moves back and there is no net expansion of the Sahara as had been previously suggested.
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Aerosols from Earth Probe TOMS: U.S. and Mexico from 4-1-98 to 5-26-98 (3 times @ 3 days-sec)
Aerosol concentrations over the United States and Mexico from April 1, 1998 to May 26, 1998, from Earth Probe TOMS
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