Neurosurgery - What is it?
This patient education program reviews the anatomy of the nervous system, brain diseases, diseases of the spine and spinal cord, as well as peripheral nerve diseases that may be treated with neurosurgery. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
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Virtual Lava Tube (Interactive)
Lava tubes are cave formations found where volcanoes generate surface flows in the western United States, Japan, Italy, Australia, Pacific Ocean islands, and other areas. They vary in size and complexity, from short, straight formations to multi-leveled labyrinths that extend for miles. The largest and most extensive lava tubes discovered to date are in Hawaiʻi, where lava flows can travel more than 80 kilometers (50 miles) from their source. This interactive activity, adapted from The Vir
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The physical world: collisions
It has been called a 'Big Bang Machine', but what is the Large Hadron Collider and what do scientists hope it will discover? Presented by Robert Llewellyn, the three video tracks in this album address the science of collisions, the purpose of particle acceleration and the construction of the LHC at CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, in Geneva. This cutting edge machine may detect the elusive Higgs boson, and with it reveal the origin of mass, the missing piece in our understan
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Aztec: Tenochtitlán and the Aztec empire
This 2:31 video provides an overview of the history of the Aztecs and where they lived and how they lived. A good overview.
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1.1 What is the carbon footprint and why is it important?

The carbon footprint is the annual amount of greenhouse gas emissions, mainly carbon dioxide, that result from the activities of an individual or a group of people, especially their use of energy and transport and consumption of goods and services. It's measured as the mass, in kilograms or tonnes per year, either of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions alone, or of the carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) effect of other greenhouse gas emissions.


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Franklin Roosevelt Returns From Yalta
In February 1945, "Big Three" leaders, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin, met at Yalta to discuss the reorganization of post-war Europe. In an address to Congress on March 1, 1945, President Roosevelt reports the achievements of the gathering. (3:43)
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SPPS205-2012 Quality and Cost Effectiveness Part II
By: Phil Lecture presented by Rick Peters.
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Elektrolyse : Practicum
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In dit practicum onderzoek je wat er gebeurt als je een gelijkstroom stuurt doorheen verschillende  elektrolytoplossingen. 

De werkbladen voor dit practicum zijn gestructureerd volgens:

  • doel van het …

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Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you will be able to:

  • retrieve, evaluate and interpret data and information about the Moon

  • interpret simple tables

  • express, manipulate and compare very small numbers


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Contrastive English-Chinese Translation Exercises for了.
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Interview with Annie Manuel, Tohono O’odham Potter
Lisa Falk, ASM director of education, talks with Annie Manuel, a potter from Hickiwan, Arizona, about her art. The interview took place at a Culture Craft Saturday program at Arizona State Museum, May 2007.
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First intercontinental kidney paired donation occurs between US and Greece
Dr. Michael Rees, UT kidney transplant surgeon and professor of urology, spoke at the Greek Embassy in Washington, D.C. on Friday to celebrate the first international, intercontinental altruistic kidney transplant chain. Joining him were the Greek ambassador to the U.S. as well as past and future members of the donation chain http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/18680996/first-intercontinental-kidney-paired-donation-occurs-between-us-and-greece?
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Hydroponics
This video shows how a hydroponic "lettuce factory" works and how it is different, using just water to grow plants.
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Science Bulletins: Discovering the Ocean's Microscopic World
The Census of Marine Life is a sweeping 10-year effort to catalog life in the ocean. Four of its fourteen field projects focus on the tiniest sea creatures—microbes, larvae, zooplankton, and burrowers—which are the most numerous of marine species. In fact, the number of microbial species in the ocean is estimated to be 1,000 times greater than the rest of the planet's known biodiversity. This Bio Bulletin highlights this research effort in celebration of the International Year of Biodiversit
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Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Cathedra Petri (Chair of St. Peter), c. 120-80 -Smart History, Khan Academy
Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Cathedra Petri (or Chair of St. Peter), gilded bronze, gold, wood, stained glass, 1647-53 (apse of Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican City, Rome) (03:30)
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Rembrandt, A Girl at a Window, 1645 - Smart History at Khan Academy
Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, A Girl at a Window, 1645, oil on canvas, 32 x 24 in. (81.6 x 61 cm), (Dulwich Picture Gallery, London) Speakers: Pippa Couch, Rachel Ropeik. (2:50)
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