Brave New Voices - Team Albuquerque
This clip is from the HBO series called "Brave New Voices." This is Team Albuquerque - and is titled "Public Schools." (01:03)
The TV show is described as follows by the producer:
"We all have a well of creativity inside of us. This show will help
unlock your inner poet." - Executive Producer, Russell Simmons
Science Bulletins: Fire Ants Raise Brazilian Butterflies
When researchers in Brazil studied the early larval stages of the butterfly Aricoris propitia, they discovered that the larvae had solicitous caretakers—fire ants. Fire ants are a notorious invasive species and are frequently seen as pests, but A. propitia butterflies actively seek them out when choosing a location for egg-laying. The ants attend the larvae, transporting them to shelter during the day and carrying them out again at night to feed on the host plant. The ants appear to benefit fr
CDI Annual Address: Indonesian foreign policy and global democracy - Dr Marty Natalegawa
Dr. R.M. Marty M. Natalegawa, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Indonesia gives The Centre for Democratic Institutions annual address at The Australian National University on Wednesday 14 March. Dr. R.M. Marty M. Natalegawa was appointed as the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Indonesia on 22 October 2009. Prior to his appointment as Foreign Minister, he served as the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Indonesia to the United Nations in New York (2007 -- 2009). Among his recent
Photo Slideshow: UA Archaeologist's Final Pottery Sale
UA School of Anthropology archaeologist Michael Brian Schiffer has, for years, made pottery that he has sold in honor of his late parents toward the benefit of student scholarships. Schiffer, the Fred A. Riecker Distinguished Professor of Anthropology who is retiring from UA, is hosting his final sale on March 30-31.
Greg Marshall inventor of "Critter Cam"
Watch Greg Marshall, inventor of "Critter Cam", speaking at the BLUE Ocean Film Festival in Savannah, Georgia about his invention. (01:43)
Conversation with George Crumb & David Starobin
A conversation with composer George Crumb on his American Songbooks cycle with a longtime friend, Bridge Records producer David Starobin. Speaker Biography: George Crumb is an American composer of contemporary classical music. He is noted as an explorer of unusual timbres, alternative forms of notation, and extended instrumental and vocal techniques. Examples include seagull effect for the cello (ex. Vox Balaenae), metallic vibrato for the piano (ex. Five Pieces for Piano), and using a mallet t
Patterns of Failure: Why Campaign Finance Laws and Regulations Undermine Disclosure and Transparency ESP Opening: Learning Day 2012 LQP Asks: Daylight saving time: Are you pro or con? Breakingviews: Chance of meaningful reform in China: 'slim' The man in the woollen mask - Adrian Scott Mechanical effects of strong measurement: back-action noise and cooling Look It Up Apartheid in South Africa Josephine: -ight- Juan Fernandez Fur Seal Pups in Shallow Pool of Water. Adult Females Reunite with Pups Brand Share in the Life Science Instrumentation Market Johns Hopkins Story Swap - He Knew a Lot of Girls
Session on Studies in History and Policy. Recorded 9 March 2012 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. [15:13]
To kick off the first Educational Support Professionals' Learning Day, Provost Gilda Gely honors Candy Norder and Former President Anne Mulder talks about resilience.
LQP Asks: Daylight saving time: Are you pro or con?
Mar. 20 - Reform in China can mean almost anything. A lack of external accountability to creditors or voters means the chances for meaningful reform without a major crisis are slim say Breakingviews.
Dr Adrian Scott, from the University's Department of Psychology, considers the fallibility of human memory and how past experience and knowledge of the world influence recollection.
By: icamvid Keith Shwab gives a talk at the ICAMET 07 conference about producing entangled states, and studies of thermal and electrical trasmport through nanostructures.
In this video segment from Between the Lions, the song "Look It Up" illustrates how words and images can provide important information. It combines an upbeat tune with kid-friendly images to motivate children to use reference materials. "Here’s the deal: If you want to get real, look it up!" (1:33)
Apartheid is the political system of racial segregation. In South Africa, apartheid gave privileges white people and discriminated against people of color. Nelson Mandela gave South African people of color new found hope. In this Brain Pop video clip, learn more about Apartheid. (3:52)
Watch Josephine as she sells some interesting items to her friends and neighbors. The goal for this segment is word family -ight-. (0:30)
This short video gives excellent real life footage of Juan Fernandez Fur Seal pups in a shallow pool of water while the adults are out at sea. Adult Females come back and are reunited with pups. Students will enjoy the sights and sounds of these amazing animals as they interact with one another. Remarkably, the Juan Fernández fur seal was considered extinct until it was happily rediscovered in 1965, although it nevertheless remains rare. This is a great resource to help build backgro
By: prothenberg From the perspective of scientific consumers who use, recommend and/or buy instruments, this study analyzes how brands are perceived throughout the industry. Attributes such as brand recognition, popularity, relevance and differentiation are measured, along with the degree of loyalty scientists have toward specific brands of instruments—and why. Purchasing criteria is established, likelihood of recommending a brand to colleagues is explored and brands are compared side-by-side
Mark Ellenbogen '66 and Ben Rosenberg '65 laugh about what each brought to their friendship in the beginning, about 50 years ago. One had a dorm room, for late-night crashes, while the other knew a lot of girls, and his mom was a great cook.
ESP Opening: Learning Day 2012
LQP Asks: Daylight saving time: Are you pro or con?
Breakingviews: Chance of meaningful reform in China: 'slim'
The man in the woollen mask - Adrian Scott
Mechanical effects of strong measurement: back-action noise and cooling
Look It Up
Apartheid in South Africa
Juan Fernandez Fur Seal Pups in Shallow Pool of Water. Adult Females Reunite with Pups
Brand Share in the Life Science Instrumentation Market
Johns Hopkins Story Swap - He Knew a Lot of Girls