Wind Energy Projects Throughout the United States
The American Wind Energy Association provides information on existing and planned wind energy projects throughout the United States. Visitors click on the US map to get a list of all current and new projects being undertaken in a particular state. For example, Wisconsin currently has three wind energy projects with a combined average energy potential of 6440 Megawatts. Tables provide the project location, owner, date online, Megawatts, Power Purchaser or User, and Turbine Units, as well as links
Exporting from After Effects to Flash via XFL
Learn how to create content in After Effects for export to Flash in XFL format, allowing native editing in Flash.
Exporting artboards to Flash
Learn to export Illustrator files with multiple artboards to Flash, set options for export and view the art in the Flash library and Timeline.
Working with video cue points and Live Preview
Learn how to preview video on the Stage in the FLVPlayback component, add and edit video cue points within Flash Pro, seek to a cue point, and begin using cue points in ActionScript code.
GS-08: Distributing Stage contents to layers
Layers allow you to organize the contents of the Stage from front to back. Objects on a layer can be shown, hidden, edited, or moved at the same time. Move objects into layers by using the Distribute To Layers command.
Biosensors: Past, Present and Future
A unique website covering material not found in textbooks and provides a balanced viewpoint on relevant properties and characteristics of biosensors. Contents were copyrighted in 1996.
Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Volume XXVII, Winter 2000
CONTENTS: Cover Illustration Description, Jewish Christianity Project, Visiting Scholar, Review of 1999 Fall Lecture Series, Brownlee Lecture, Spring Lecture Series, Rhetorical New Testament Conference, Medieval Symposium, Upcoming Publications, IAC Alumnus, New Institute Staff, Book Review
Notes on Bioanalytical Chemistry Lectures
Short lecture notes and support materials for a course in bioanalytical chemistry. Examples of topics covered include isolating and sequencing DNA, DNA chips, data reduction and analysis, biochemistry on the micro to nano scale, genomics and proteomics, and biochemical ethics.
The Influences of Art on Yellowstone
This site features paintings, photos, and drawings, many of which contributed to the creation of the nation's first national park. The waterfalls, geysers, rock formations, and vistas in these works helped spread an appreciation of the wonders of Yellowstone. When President Grant signed into law the bill establishing Yellowstone as our first national park in 1872, he set in motion the tradition of preserving other tracts of great beauty for future generations.
What Is Community? An Evidence-Based Definition for Participatory Public Health
Increased emphasis on community collaboration indicates the need for consensus regarding the definition of community within public health.This study examined whether members of diverse US communities described community in similar ways. To identify strategies to support community collaboration in HIV vaccine trials, qualitative interviews were conducted with 25 African Americans in Durham, NC; 26 gay men in San Francisco, Calif; 25 injection drug users in Philadelphia, Pa; and 42 HIV vaccine res
Steps still being taken to undo damage of America's Nuremberg
The year 1947 was a watershed for medical ethics and medical care. Fifty years ago, the Nuremberg Code, created in response to the atrocities of Nazi medicine, called for the informed consent of participants in human research. That same year, penicillin was recognized as the standard of care for syphilis. Researchers from the U.S. Public Health Service failed to connect these two milestones. They continued to conduct a long-running study in Tuskegee, Alabama, on the course of syphilis in untrea
This is a teacher's guide that suggests classroom activities and provides information about organizing a school assembly, the Veterans History Project, the history of Veterans Day, respecting the flag, and more.
Empirical Research Methods in Software Engineering
This course will explore the role of empiricism in software engineering research, and will prepare students for advanced research in SE by examining how to plan, conduct and report on empirical investigations. The course will cover all of the principal methods applicable to SE: controlled experiment, case studies, surveys, archival analysis, action research and ethnographies, and will relate these methods to relevant metatheories in the philosophy and sociology of science. The course will critic
Engineering Large Software Systems
This is an introduction to the theory and practice of large-scale software system design, development, and deployment. Project management; advanced UML; reverse engineering; requirements inspection; verification and validation; software architecture; performance modeling and analysis.
Edward Square, Crown & Anchor Yard
28th August 1914. View of the Crown & Anchor Yard, situated off Edward Square at the back of the Crown & Anchor public house, which faced onto Vicar Lane. Edward Square itself was situated off Edward Street. A council worker is measuring the height of a building prior to area improvements.
Samuel Gompers Papers Project
This is a documentary editing project that collects, annotates, and makes available primary sources of American labor history. It includes microfilm, photocopied material, and annotation files for students and researchers.
Exploring the Environment
This site features 25 online modules that put students in problem-based learning scenarios. In one module, students predict the impact of increased carbon dioxide on the wheat yield in Kansas. In another, they predict weather 48 hours in advance. Topics include coral reefs, climate change, the Everglades, mountain gorillas, rainforests, volcanoes, water quality, and ozone depletion.
Neither Victim nor Villain: Nurse Eunice Rivers, the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment, and Public Health
From 1932 to 1972 white physicians of the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) carried out an experiment on approximately 400 rural black men in Macon County, Alabama. The study, which historian James Jones has described as "the longest nontherapeutic experiment on human beings in medical history," was predicated on following the course of untreated syphilis until death. 1 Historians have focused on the study as scientifically unjustifiable and as an unethical experiment that highlights t
Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha
Almost all major works in philosophy and literature are accessible via online sources on the Internet. Fortunately, much of the best work in philosophy and literature is available in the public domain. A translation of Herman Hesse's Siddhartha, in particular, became available through Project Gutenberg by Michael Pullen. This edited version of that text is subject to the legal notice following the title page referencing the GFDL License. By placing this edited reading selection under the GFDL, t
CARLINK - First global presentation
First presentation about the CARLINK PROJECT. The main purpose is to develop an intelligent wireless traffic service platform between cars supported by wireless technologies (VANETs). Author - Jamal Toutouh