China ends 2010 on high
China posts double digit growth in 2010, as Q4 defied slowdown expectations; inflation eases but seen rising again due to harsh winter and Chinese New Year demand.
Google shifts CEO power
Summary of business headlines: Google names new CEO, tops forecast; Wal-Mart tries "fresher" approach; Dole CEO expects to pass on modest price increase; Nasdaq leads Wall Street declines.
ISLLC 2008: Websites to Promote Standards-Based Principal Preparation
Barbara A. Klocko, Betty Kirby
The authors present a comprehensive and accessible list of websites useful to both education leadership faculty and graduate students who are either practicing school leaders or aspiring to the [â¦]
Open Book: Sir Harold Evans on His Career and the Future of Journalism
For more than 40 years, Harold Evans has been a giant figure in the world of print on both sides of the Atlantic. Starting out as a 16-year-old cub reporter in the north of England, Evans was still in his late 30s when he was named editor of The Sunday Times of London in 1967 for what turned out to be a 14-year reign. In 1984, he moved to the United States, taking top jobs in magazines and book publishing before deciding to concentrate on writing books. Knowledge@Whartonspoke recently with Evans
Salvaging Severe Pilon Fractures
Fractures of the lower end of the tibia involving the ankle joint are referred to as ‘pilon fractures’. These injuries can be very challenging to manage and may lead to undesirable outcomes despite best initial treatment efforts. In this program leading experts in the field discuss treatment options should the initial management of a pilon fracture be unsatisfactory. Dr. Benirschke presents the options of revision internal fixation and joint function preservation. He is followed by Dr. Sand
Bomb damage, Birmingham 1942 OP09006 HIGHGATE ROAD, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, West Midlands. Bomb damage photographed by James Nelson, 29th July 1942.
HIGHGATE ROAD, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, West Midlands. Bomb damage photographed by James Nelson, 29th July 1942.
How did London Get Away With it? The Recession and the North-South Divide
It was widely expected that London would, in the short to medium run, be the most severely hit of the UK regions in the recession initiated by the 2007-08 financial crisis. This lecture considers why this did not happen. Henry G Overman is professor of economic geography at LSE and director of the Spatial Economics Research Centre. Ian Gordon is professor of human geography at LSE. Alex Jones is chief executive of the Centre for Cities. Hamish McRae is an associate editor of The Independent. LSE
The MSc programme in Microelectronics is supported by the Department of Microelectronics and Computer Engineering. It takes 24 months and is fully conducted in English. The programme offers challenging high-level education and research to talented students holding a BSc degree in technology or science. The first year comprises theoretical study, assignments and laboratory work. The second year is largely devoted to the graduation project, which involves participating in one of the university's a
Lesson #016, Monday 20 = venti (we've already learned this one, but I thought I'd throw it in again.) 30 = trenta 40 = quaranta 50 = cinquanta 60 = sessanta 70 = settanta 80 = ottanta 90 = novanta 100 = cento
20 = venti (we've already learned this one, but I thought I'd throw it in again.)
30 = trenta
40 = quaranta
50 = cinquanta
60 = sessanta
70 = settanta
80 = ottanta
90 = novanta
100 = cento
2104 Annual Master of Accounting “mini-orientation”
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Cafeteria 1920 BL24881_012 41 KINGSWAY, Westminster, Greater London. An interior view showing workers dining in the canteen above 'Pen Corner', a large shop owned by L G Sloan Limited, selling and repairing Waterman's and other fine pens. L G Sloan Limited also supplied various accessories related to pens and correspondence. Photographed by Bedford Lemere & Co in 1920.
41 KINGSWAY, Westminster, Greater London. An interior view showing workers dining in the canteen above 'Pen Corner', a large shop owned by L G Sloan Limited, selling and repairing Waterman's and other fine pens. L G Sloan Limited also supplied various accessories related to pens and correspondence. Photographed by Bedford Lemere & Co in 1920.
Spartan Sagas: Michele Payn-Knoper, Shaking the hand that feeds you
Michele Payn-Knoper is a champion for agriculture. The certified speaking professional travels the United States and internationally, helping farmers communicate more effectively about the agrifood industry, while helping consumers understand what's happening with food production. The Spartan alumna knows firsthand the realities and risks of farm life. In addition to now living on a farm in Indiana, she grew up on a family farm in Michigan that was eventually lost. Since earning degrees in an
Is the Universe Infinite?
(NOTE: This video may be interrupted by a brief commercial.) A quote from the video: "Since ancient times, we've looked into the night skies and wondered: How far do the stars stretch out into space...and what's beyond them?" (23:54) Excellent visual clarity.
Phal aaar sabji : fruit and vegetables
Phal aaar sabji : fruit and vegetables.
Chinese Medicine: From the Yellow Emperor to the Whole Wide Web
This presentation will present a range of collaborative research into the history and culture of Chinese medicine that has been undertaken in the last five years at the Wellcome Trust Centre for History of Medicine, UCL. Most of my personal research involves the translation, analysis and access to medical manuscripts that date from the 2nd to 11th C. CE. To this end I work with archaeologists, palaeographers, philologists, and medical historians all over China. Apart from books and article some
Brain Imaging and Religious Experience
Revd Dr Alasdair Coles : Course
Games Technologies for Learning
The Games Technologies for Learning report explores the ways in which games technologies can be used to enhance teaching and learning, and provides advice for schools and colleges wishing to introduce...