SOC101 Session 2 Fall 2011
SOC101 Individual in Society Session Two 09/19/11 Sergio Soto
Distinguished Innovator Lecture - Alex Le
http://cet.berkeley.edu/teaching/lecture-series Alex Le, CityVille Executive Producer, Zynga Distinguished Innovator http://www.alexle.org/ A cooperative effort between the College of Engineering's Center for Entrepreneurship (CET) and the Haas School of Business
Helmut Jerjen: Tales of stars and stellar systems - part two
In the second and final part of this two-part video Dr Helmut Jerjen continues his 'Tales of stars and stellar systems' . The event is part of Mount Stromlo's Centenary Celebrations. Astronomy has arguably had the single largest impact on the development of science, human society and culture over the past 10,000 years. On our journey through space and time we will explore the glorious life of our sun, learn how astrophysical knowledge acquired 100 years ago can help to solve the energy crisis o
Lecture 7, September 20
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Money talks: September 19th, 2011
Barack Obama's deficit-reduction plan, the latest in the euro-zone saga and annual meetings at the IMF and World Bank
Gengo Spanish #12 - Do You Have Any Spanish Recommendations?
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Acoustic Approach in Converting Heat to Electricity
A promising approach in converting heat or waste heat to electricity is in using the thermoacoustic effect. When heat generates a temperature gradient along a stack of large-surface area material inside an acoustic resonator, an intense sound can be generated. This type of energy converter, which is a self-sustained oscillator, has been developed so that the sound can be converted inside the unit to electricity using a piezoelectric device. Such devices are simple, and they have essentially no
Towards Reforming the International Financial and Monetary Systems [Audio]
Speaker(s): Cardinal Peter Turkson | The current global financial crisis has already continued for six years now – much longer than most feared at the beginning. Moreover, there have been several sequels, the Euro crisis being the most notable. Let us reflect on the surprising technical origins of the crisis and the shocking moral ones. Let us ask what the system has learned, what insights have been acted upon, what reform is underway. And let us explore areas that remain to be reformed, in pa
Pass Over Eastern Asia to Philippine Sea and Guam
This pass begins over Mongolia, looking towards the Pacific Ocean, China, and Japan. As the video progresses, you can see major cities along the coast and the Japanese islands on the Philippine Sea. The island of Guam can be seen further down the pass into the Philippine Sea, and the pass ends just to the east of New Zealand. A lightning storm can be seen as light pulses near the end of the video.
Lecture 13a: Functional Analysis - Normed spaces and Banach spaces
The first part of the thirteenth class in Dr Joel Feinstein's Functional Analysis module completes the discussion of Normed spaces and Banach spaces. Further module materials are available for download from The University of Nottingham open courseware site: http://unow.nottingham.ac.uk/resources/resource.aspx?hid=bd32d53b-3c12-ac19-176b-d9e112731951 and on iTunes U: http://itunesu.nottingham.ac.uk/albums/64.rss Dr Feinstein's blog may be viewed at: http://explainingmaths.wordpress.com Dr Joel Fe
Photo Slideshow: TriCats Prepare for Start of Season
The UA student-run TriCats team is gearing up for the first race of its season, the Sept. 25 Elephant Man Triathlon in New Mexico hosted by the Mountain Collegiate Triathlon Conference. The group is one of more than one dozen competitive club sports teams at UA and emphasizes good nutrition, strong academics and community in addition to the competitive sport of biking, running and cycling.
BIO190 Session 2 Fall 2011
BIO190 Marine Life Session Two 09/20/11 Sarah Swain Guest: Milena Acosta, Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach, Fishes
LBR412 Session 2 Fall 2011
LBR412 Labor Law Session Two 09/20/11 J. David Sackman
Becoming a preferred customer
Holger Schiele, Professor of Technology Management -- Innovation of Operations at the University of Twente talks about why being a preferred customer is becoming more important due to supplier scarcity as well as the requirement for innovation. He also describes how organisations are managing to achieve this status.
The Future of Cancer Biomarkers: What's in the Pipeline? - Samir Hanash, MD, PhD
Substantial progress has been made in our understanding of the molecular basis of cancer, yet few diagnostics have been developed to date. Opportunities and challenges in developing blood based molecular diagnostics are reviewed from a lung cancer perspective by Dr. Samir Hanash, of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The contribution of DNA, RNA, proteins, metabolites and circulating tumor cells to lung cancer diagnostics are presented. Samir Hanash MD, PhD, program head, Molecular Dia
Advanced Audio Blog S3 #12 - La ciudad de Cuzco-Machu Picchu:The city of Cuzco-Machu Picchu
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! Your friends insist on taking you hiking while you’re visiting Peru, but you’re not so sure this is a good plan. After all, you are terribly afraid of heights! Your friends tell in Spanish you that they plan to start small and take it easy—it’s not like you’re climbing Mt. Everest. [...]
The Lights of Earth: Full Spin
The Lights of Earth can be seen from space. Human-made lights highlight particularly developed or populated areas of the Earths surface, including the seaboards of Europe, the eastern United States, and Japan. Many large cities are located near rivers or oceans so that they can exchange goods cheaply by boat. Particularly dark areas include the central parts of South America, Africa, Asia, and Australia. The above image is actually a composite of hundreds of pictures made by the Defense Meteorol
Duke University Founders' Day Convocation
President Richard H. Brodhead, the ninth president of the University and fourteenth president of the institution, presides over his eighth Founders' Day Convocation in Duke Chapel.
West Campus: NAACP-LULAC Health Fair
The Corpus Christi chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People partnered with the League of United Latin American Citizens Council No. 1 and Del Mar College to host the third annual City Wide Health Fair, which was held Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011 on the College's West Campus.
Making History: Highlights of Dietrich Gift Celebration
On September 7, 2011, businessman, scholar, philanthropist and longtime Carnegie Mellon University trustee William S. Dietrich II (1938 - 2011) announced a plan to provide a record-breaking gift of a $265 million fund to support CMU. Carnegie Mellon celebrated the news with a day of special events, including an announcement by the Fence (custom painted for the occasion), a tribute luncheon, a celebration at the newly re-named Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences and a concert by G