Going to Gabon: Why Do Fish Matter?
This BioBulletin Web site reports on an international scientific expedition in Gabon to study freshwater biodiversity. The site includes text, videos, photographs, and interviews with key scientists. The Introduction presents the idea that freshwater ecosystems hold great diversity and are at great risk. About the Expedition explains why Gabon's rain forests and freshwater ecosystems were selected for studyBiologists in Action is an annotated photo album of the expedition. Why Gabon? takes an in
The Greek Crisis and its possible resolutions [Audio]
Speaker(s): Apostolos Doxiadis, Pavlos Eleftheriadis, Michael Jacobides, Andreas Koutras, George Prokopakis | Editor's note: This event was conducted in Greek. The first part of the discussion focused on (a) what should be the long-term “vision” for Greek economy and society, and (b) what obstacles are preventing the evolution towards that vision and what ways exist to circumvent them. There were four talks by a panel of speakers, which was chaired by Dimitri Vayanos, followed by a Q&A sessi
Patrick Ball in "O'Carolan's Farewell to Music" 1
This is a performance of "MacCabe's Challenge" at Spreckels Performing Arts Center in Rohnert Park, CA while it was there from January-February 2010. This video includes some harp playing and some monologue. (02:36)
U.S. Morning Call: 16,000 jobs on BofA chopping block
Sep 20 - Bank of America announces it will cut 16,000 jobs this year. And economists forecast a total of 375,000 filings for initial jobless claims this week.
Wealth Strategies: Investors don't own enough stock
Sep 20 - BlackRock's David Cassese says a traditional 60/40 split between stocks and bonds doesn't give enough weight to equities and likes companies growing dividends like Quest Diagnostics and Microsoft.
3XSQ: Samsung going after iPhone 5
Sep 20 - Samsung says it is planning to add the iPhone 5 to its existing patent lawsuits against Apple
U.S. Day Ahead: Oracle results to show tech weakness
Sep 19 - Don't be fooled by Oracle when it reports after the close. It's set to see a fatter profit as IT managers spend their budgets before December, but hardware sales could drop by up to 10%.
Living junction : Online magazine maken Met behulp van deze website kunnen leerlingen hun eigen online magazine samenstellen. Dit doen ze door eerst een gratis account aan te maken, nadien voegen ze afbeeldingen en tekst toe. Ook Facebook en Twitter kunnen aan de …
Met behulp van deze website kunnen leerlingen hun eigen online magazine samenstellen. Dit doen ze door eerst een gratis account aan te maken, nadien voegen ze afbeeldingen en tekst toe. Ook Facebook en Twitter kunnen aan de …
Samen onderweg : Verkeerseducatie Lessen verkeer voor het zesde leerjaar. In deze werkbundel komen o.a. volgende onderdelen aan bod:
Lessen verkeer voor het zesde leerjaar. In deze werkbundel komen o.a. volgende onderdelen aan bod:
U.S. Morning Call: Line up! iPhone 5 hits stores worldwide
Sep 21 - Apple's new smartphone goes on sale with mobile carriers already reporting record demand most likely to stretch Apple's supply capacity.
NASA says Arctic cyclone played "key role" in record ice melt
Sept. 21 - Weather data collected by NASA suggests that this summer's record Arctic ice melt may have been partially due to a powerful cyclone that scientists say "wreaked havoc" on ice cover during the month of August. Rob Muir reports.
U.S. Week Ahead: China fears haunt corporate America
Sep 21 - Pay attention to Caterpillar's outlook and Nike results for clues about how much the Chinese economic slowdown might costs U.S. companies.
Path to Thunderbird
NFL agent Eric Kaufman, president of Premier Sports & Entertainment, talks Sept. 20, 2012, about his path to Thunderbird School of Global Management. http://www.thunderbird.edu
If you are struggling with gas laws this video is for you. The teacher in this video uses a cool demonstration to illustrate the relationship between temperature and volume. She also solves a typical Charles' Law problem (05:04).
Changing phases of matter Alphablocks--"Yy" as a Vowel SOC101 Session 3 Fall 2012 MSUToday: A Campus Haunting (Complete show)
Changing phases of matter
In ASL, Ms. Klebba explains how matter changes phases - solid to liquid to gas - and so forth.
In this Alphablocks video, "Yy" sings about wanting to be a vowel sound. The vowels and "Yy" find out that a y is needed sometimes to make a vowel's name as in try and shy. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review vowels and the tricky "Yy" sound. (3:00)
Individual in Society with Sergio Soto 09/24/12
Just in time for Halloween, we bring you a fun, spooky look at parts of the Michigan State University campus that some say...are haunted. Our MSUToday Show team and a crew of intrepid MSU students go behind the scenes, and even underground, seeking ghosts and spooks of all sorts in this half-hour program. Join us—if you dare—as we go all over campus to nooks and crannies—and tunnels—where the unexplained will send shivers down your spine. More at www.msutoday.msu.edu/haunting.
Alphablocks--"Yy" as a Vowel
SOC101 Session 3 Fall 2012
MSUToday: A Campus Haunting (Complete show)