Student Presentation #3
In this presentation, seven grad students talk about their collective objective based on Professor Niles research: to figure out how cellular networks function and the role that small molecules play in these networks through gene knockout, RNA interference studies, and hybird studies. RNA apatamers' main function is to bind to a specific molecule. This material is great for gene expression, can be developed invitro, can be expressed inside a cell, and is useful in exploring protein based network
Effects of smoking on humans
Tobacco contains nicotine, an addictive substance. Tobacco is the main substance in cigarettes. There are thousands of harmful chemicals in cigarettes. Second-hand smoke, where smoke from a burning cigarette is inhaled by someone who is not smoking, is just as bad as smoking a cigarette. Tobacco use of any kind can cause cancer and adversely affect the human body.
Preston Scott Cohen -- Architecture Lecture Series
February 25th | Timken Lecture Hall Michael Weinstock is director of research and development, and director of emergent technologies and design in the Graduate School of the Architectural Association, London, which won the 2008 ACADIA Award of Excellence for Innovative Academic Programs. Born in Germany, Weinstock lived as a child in the Far East and West Africa, then ran away to sea at age 17. He spent years on traditional wooden sailing ships and learned shipyard and shipbuilding skills. Wei
Bone Student Center Video Tour
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LUNCH IS GROSS!
PediNeuroLogic Exam: Newborn: Normal: Positions - Vertical Suspension
The examiner holds the baby in the upright position with feet off the ground by placing the hands under the arms and around the chest. The baby should be suspended in this position without slipping through the hands of the examiner. If there is shoulder girdle weakness the arms will extend upwards and the examiner will have to reposition their grasp of the baby to avoid the baby slipping through their hands. It feels like trying to hold on to a slippery fish. A neuroscience tutorial focusing on
The price of war in Libya
July 14 - Rebels bury their dead after costly battle to regain town in Western Mountains. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
An invitation for Cindy
At the completion of this lesson you will be able to send out an invitation card to a friend, you will listen to specific information. You will be able to infer the meaning of unknown words.
Professor Ian Hickie - Predictors of illness progression in young people with mood disorders
Professor Ian Hickie - Neuropsychological and circadian predictors of illness progression in young people with mood disorders
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Umbilical Hernia (Spanish)
This patient education program discusses umbilical hernia, the symptoms, causes, and anatomy of the abdomen. It also reviews the benefits and risks of surgical treatment, and what to expect after the procedure. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Discovery Collection: Marine Animals
Marine Animals is one of the AMNH Education Department's many collections of specimens and artifacts gathered the world over by explorers and scientists. In its online Discovery Collection form, Marine Animals includes an educator's Guide with suggestions for how to use the Marine Animals Discovery Collection in the classroom.
Adding Negative Numbers - Khan Academy
In this almost six-minute video, Sal Khan solves a problem using three negative numbers. (05:41)
Sony Ericsson Q2 profits disappoint
July 15 - Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson posted a surprise second quarter loss on Friday and said it had been adversely affected by the earthquake in Japan. Hayley Platt reports.
Obama, Republicans spar over debt plan
July 15 - President Obama and Republicans trade demands for a serious deficit plan, underscoring the lack of progress plaguing negotiations to avert a looming government default. Jon Decker reports.
Authors@Google: Seth Jones
Dr. Seth Jones is a specialist in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and al-Qa'ida, and he will be speaking to us about the latest developments in Afghanistan following the recent death of bin Laden. Dr. Jones is a political scientist at the RAND Corporation, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and the US Naval Postgraduate School.
Discussions around the round table at Garanti Bank How companies get lucky and succeed First briefing of the 'crisis compendium' - Part three, Professor Lucrezia Reichlin
Don Sull speaks with former Garanti Bank CEO Akin Ongor about forming round table groups so that top managers would work together to align the priorities of the organisation.
Freek Vermeulen, Associate Professor of Strategic and International Management, explains how luck really does exist in the business world.
Lucrezia Reichlin, Professor of Economics interprets the latest economic statistics in relation to other recent recessions and suggests a second dip in 2009 is possible
How companies get lucky and succeed First briefing of the 'crisis compendium' - Part three, Professor Lucrezia Reichlin
First briefing of the 'crisis compendium' - Part three, Professor Lucrezia Reichlin