Interview 2011 Prize in Economic Sciences
Following the announcement, Professor John Hassler, Prize Committee member for Economic Sciences, was interviewed about the 2011 Prize in Economic Sciences awarded to Thomas J. Sargent and Christopher A. Sims "for their empirical research on cause and effect in the macroeconomy". Learn more about the 2011 Prize in Economics: http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economics/laureates/2011/press.html
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Dr. James J. McKenna: The Bedsharing Debate
Interview in response to American Academy of Pediatrics recommendation against bed sharing. Interview with James J. McKenna covering all aspects of the bed-sharing debate. Filmed at the University of Notre Dame, Spring 2005.
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Sextant Solutions
The earliest explorers did not have computers or satellites to help them know their exact location. The most accurate tool developed was the sextant to determine latitude and longitude. In this activity, the sextant is introduced and discussed with the class. Students will learn how a sextant can be a reliable tool that is still being used by today's navigators and how computers can help assure accuracy when measuring angles. Also, this activity will show how computers can be used to understand
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2011 International Forum on R&D: Session 11 - Mo Elbestawi
Session 11 Concluding Remarks Speaker: Mo Elbestawi
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Why Do Leaves Change Colors?
Avari and Bradley explain why leaves change colors. Music by Guitarreando. (01:57)
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Harvard 375th Anniversary Celebration
On Friday evening, October 14th 2011, in Tercentenary Theatre, Harvard's extended family of faculty, students, staff, alumni and invited guests gathered together for a festive evening featuring fabulous desserts and a memorable musical performance. The Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra performed, accompanied by a chorus of over a hundred student voices followed by a solo performance by our own international celebrity cellist, Yo-Yo Ma '76.
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Historique du Risorgimento italien. 1. L'unité italienne / Philippe Foro

Historique du Risorgimento italien et ses formulations politiques et sociales. 1. L'unité italienne / Philippe Foro. Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 27 septembre 2011. Cours filmé, destiné, notamment, aux étudiants préparant l'agrégation d'italien ou d'histoire 2011-2012.

Philippe Foro présente une analyse du contexte historique général qui a présidé à l'unité italienne au XIXème siècle, ses tenants et aboutissants. Cette analyse s'articule classi
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"Solar Geoengineering as a Tool to Manage Climate Risks"
Something in the Air: Climate Change, Science and Policy - Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study "Solar Geoengineering as a Tool to Manage Climate Risks" by David Keith, Canada Research Chair in Energy and the Environment, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Calgary
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#264: Hormones in a hurry: Uneasy passages through puberty and adolescence

Psychiatrist and adolescent health specialist, Prof George Patton, discusses why puberty -- especially early puberty -- and adolescence can be so tough, but how most of us survive the journey. Presented by Dr Dyani Lewis.