Physics for Humanists
Physics for Humanists is intended for those who are intellectually and emotionally curious but do not intend to specialize in the natural sciences. The course covers facts and concepts of classical and modern physics; eminent scientists and the emotions that have impelled them; nuclear energy and nuclear bombs; and the interaction, both constructive and destructive, between science and society.
Following the Flow - Partners Video Magazine
Researchers are discovering how nano-scale tracers can uncover the sources of pollution in America's farm fields and waters. Following the Flow is a segment from Partners Video Magazine's latest episode, The Science of Small. To view the entire episode visit: http://www.csrees.usda.gov/newsroom/partners/partners.html
Improving solar cells
Professor Chris McConville, from the department of physics, talks about his work on the semiconductor indium nitride which could make the conversion of solar energy more efficient. Professor McConville won the John Yarwood Memorial Medal for his work in this area.
Embedding the concept of competency maps
This presentation outlines the background, context and transferability of a competency mapping tool originally developed in health but suitable for enterprise
'Winter Notebook' is an eleven-minute-long work filled with electronic effects and treatments. In a predominantly blue-and-green palette, gridlike images of dots and lines appear, overlapping one another and floating through the screen. Vertical and horizontal shapes are overlaid. No credit information accompanies the work. "Winter Notebook' was broadcast on 'Artist's Showcase' along with 'Lines of Force.' Both works were created by video and sound artist Bob Snyder. New Television Workshop appe
Foundations of Modern Social Theory
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This course provides fundamental economic understanding on resource issues. The course covers various resources including depletable resources and renewable resources such as fishery and forest. Several economic rules will be studied for optimally managing these resources. Main concerns on resource economics is to achieve efficiency and sustainability. To accomplish the targets, basic economic conditions must be studied while considering benefits and costs associated with economic activities to
선형대수 II 및 연습, Fall 2010
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