Lee Hall III
Clemson University Professor Emeritus of Architecture John Jacques talks about the expansion and renovation of the Lee Hall complex.
Pruis Calculus 04/09/2012
Pruis Calculus Class from April 9, 2012
2012 Robotics Open House
The Georgia Institute of Technology opened its doors to more than 400 middle school and high school students on April 11 for the third annual Robotics Open House. Georgia Tech Masters students and Ph.D. candidates demonstrated more than 20 projects around campus, marking the Institute's participation in National Robotics Week. Students saw a variety of projects, including an autonomous race car, robotic submarines and Simon.
UW Timeline: Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition - 1909
The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, a world's fair showcasing northwestern culture, attracted over 3 million visitors from around the world to the University of Washington campus. UW founder Edward S. Meany, brought the exposition to the newly founded University of Washington in 1909, setting in motion the development of the UW Seattle campus.
Panorama : Methode maatschappelijke vorming Panorama biedt zowel voor 1B als voor BVL alle troeven om comfortabel en actief met uw leerlingen te werken:
Panorama biedt zowel voor 1B als voor BVL alle troeven om comfortabel en actief met uw leerlingen te werken:
Gender and Transport, the Neglected Dimension: Social inclusion, access and sustainable urban mobili
Professor Margaret Grieco, Edinburgh Napier University, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012.
Bodies, Buses and Bureaucracy: Reflections on common interests in disability rights and service prov
Dr Ruth Butler, University of Hull, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012.
URI grad and Professor of Oceanography Robert Ballard talks about his big ideas for deep sea exploration. If you missed his April 19, 2012 lecture on finding the sunken Titanic, you can watch it here: http://youtu.be/5Q3eA6wYil4
Game Theory with Engineering Applications, Spring 2010
This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of game theory and mechanism design. Motivations are drawn from engineered/networked systems (including distributed control of wireline and wireless communication networks, incentive-compatible/dynamic resource allocation, multi-agent systems, pricing and investment decisions in the Internet), and social models (including social and economic networks). The course emphasizes theoretical foundations, mathematical tools, modeling, and equilibrium n
NASA Doctor Discusses Providing Medical Care to Astronauts in Space
In an interview aired on NASA Television during the International Space Station Update hour, NASA Flight Surgeon Ed Powers discussed how flight doctors work with crew members on board the station to keep the astronauts healthy. Powers also talked about some of the difficulties encountered in diagnosing patients who are not there in person and about the impacts of space medicine to life here on earth. (08:18)
In this video clip, see how architects designed the new 7 World Trade Center with security features that reinforce the stability of the structure and safety of workers. (4:40)
The Union Sends a Message
1863 "Wallpaper Edition" of the Daily Citizen newspaper in Vicksburg, Mississippi is created as resources is scarce during the Civil War. The battle of Vicksburg was seen as a turning point of the Civil War. In this video clip, learn more about the Union victory at Vicksburg. (3:00)
Authors at Google: Joshua David, Robert Hammond, "HIGH LINE: ..."
The High Line, a new park atop an elevated rail structure on Manhattan's West Side, is among the most innovative urban reclamation projects in memory. The story of how it came to be is a remarkable one: two young citizens with no prior experience in planning and development collaborated with their neighbors, elected officials, artists, local business owners, and leaders of burgeoning movements in horticulture and landscape architecture to create a park celebrated worldwide as a model for creativ
SDSU Geological Sciences Webinar - Gulsen Ucarkus
By: tcarrasc New Insights Into The Relationship Between Fault Segmentation And Earthquake Rupture: The North Anatolian Fault, Turkey Gulsen Ucarkus Post-doctoral Researcher Scripps Institution of Oceanography -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Strike-slip faults are often segmented by step-overs resulting in a variety of deformation styles such as constraining bends, releasing bends and rotational deformation. These step-overs or discontinuities
2.007 hammerbot line following autonomous 50 point win
autonomous 50 point win
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Droommuseum van Dre : Arrangement In Flanders Fields Het In Flanders Fields Museum biedt voor het basisonderwijs het dagprogramma 'Het Droommuseum van Dre' aan. Na een bezoek aan het museum, al dan niet met workshop, kunnen klasgroepen afzakken naar de Kinderbrouwerij op het Reningelstplein in …
Het In Flanders Fields Museum biedt voor het basisonderwijs het dagprogramma 'Het Droommuseum van Dre' aan. Na een bezoek aan het museum, al dan niet met workshop, kunnen klasgroepen afzakken naar de Kinderbrouwerij op het Reningelstplein in …
ENGAGE at CCA: Design for Elders
Working with Bethany Center, CCA students conducted design research and analysis of the needs of the senior residents at San Francisco's Bethany Center. Ultimately proposing design interventions to improve the experience of aging at the center. In-depth analysis of issues related to aging covered such themes as independence, social connection, mobility, health, technology, family, and cultural stereotypes.
In this video clip, learn more about Arthur Wiknik’s service in Vietnam. As an 18-year-old draftee, Arthur Wiknik was rushed through officer candidate's school. After one month in Vietnam he found himself in the middle of the battle of "Hamburger Hill.” (3:42)
Health Care Reform: Life after the Supreme Court Debate
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard arguments both for and against President Obama's health care reform initiative, known as the Affordable Care Act. The provision at the center of the legal debate -- the individual mandate -- requires all adults to buy health insurance, either through their employers or by purchasing it themselves. Knowledge@Wharton talked with Wharton professors Scott Harrington, Jonathan Kolstad, Mark Pauly and Arnold Rosoff about the possible outcomes of the court case; th