Japanese art takes techno form
Oct. 20 - From hand-clapping machines to a 3D strap-in virtual ride for all five senses, Japan's Digital Content Expo shows off the latest in creative technology. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
Sound Wave Interference
Two speakers, mounted on the table and facing each other, are driven by a function generator. A microphone is introduced between the speakers and the sound waves are displayed on an oscilloscope. This demonstrates the effect of interference and the resulting phase shift on sound waves over a fixed distance. Three different frequencies are demonstrated; 880Hz (A5), 440Hz (A4) and 523.3Hz (C4).
New Directions: East Carolina University
Tomorrow starts here.
Inside the Arab Awakening - The Institute of Politics
Experts on the Arab Awakening discuss how the events in the Arab World in 2011 are understood differently in the U.S. and the Middle East. Insights are offered into what the future of the Middle East might look like as a result of the Awakening.
7 Billion - Economy
Legal and economic expert Michael Peters explores the critical role that law will play in ensuring fair access to services and property in a more populous world. For more detailed videos and opinion pieces visit our 7 Billion website: www.7billion.unsw.edu.au.
Polar Bears and Sea Ice
Sea ice is essential to polar bears. Without it, they cannot hunt their primary prey, seals. (0:43)
Illinois corn, soybean harvests strong but variable
Oct. 21 - The Illinois corn and soybean harvests are set to be the fourth-largest in U.S. history, but unusual weather may add complications to the final tally. Jen Rogers reports.
This Week @Minnesota: Homecoming 2011
In "This Week @Minnesota" for the week of October 16-22, we take a look at a few of the festivities surrounding Homecoming 2011. We watch a student lip sync competition, flag football championship, parade, pep fest and concert by Atmosphere!
President Aoun's message from London
President Aoun checked in live from London to greet families who gathered on the Boston campus for Parents and Families Weekend. He was surrounded by Northeastern students studying in London.
The importance and construction of castle walls
Castle walls were built to withstand brutal sieges; some were built so well that they're still standing. Learn more about castles in this very short video. A good overview.
Saudis grieve Prince Sultan's death
Oct.22 - Saudi Arabia mourns Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz al-Saud's death. Jessica Gray reports.
Dog Bless You: Mission Arch Elderly Center
Charlie takes Lucky to the Mission Arch Elderly Center in New Mexico, where we learn that the greatest gift the elderly can receive is one's company and time. (3:00)
PMAD Fay Shin
People Make a Difference with Danny Brassell 10/24/11 Guest: Fay Shin
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) (Spanish)
This patient education program explains chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and emphysema including the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for these diseases. It also reviews the anatomy of the respiratory system. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
The Value of a Richmond Education
President Edward Ayers discusses the value of a University of Richmond education and the important things to consider when evaluating college costs via the net price calculator.
ベビーサイン（赤ちゃんと手で会話）をしよう (Sign With Your Baby) Budgeting Basics Avalanche Dogs: Jason O'neill Avalanche Dogs: Ray Shriver 17th Street Canal
Most people would rather stick pins in their eyes than draw up a budget. They may have a point. If you're the type of person who always has plenty of cash, knows exactly where every penny goes, and never has trouble paying bills, skip this lesson. You're either too rich or too smart to need it. For the rest of us, unfortunately, making -- and sticking to -- a budget is the essential tool for ensuring that our money gets used the way we need it to.
Meet Jason O'Neill and learn how avalanche rescue dogs work their magic. (1:48)
Meet Ray Shriver and his avalanche search dog Kita. Learn how dogs can follow their noses to save lives. (1:37)
Explore visits the Ninth Ward district of New Orleans, where in August 2005 rising waters blasted through a levee in the 17th Street canal. Approximately 2,000 people were killed and $84 billion of damages were incurred. (5:20)
Avalanche Dogs: Jason O'neill
Avalanche Dogs: Ray Shriver
17th Street Canal