The University of Memphis undergraduate research in Architecture.
Undergrads at the University of Memphis have a multitude of chances to participate in academic research.
The Instrumental Temperature Record and What it Tells us About Climate Change
Global Warming Seminar Series: "The Instrumental Temperature Record and What it Tells us About Climate Change" Dr. Francis Zwiers, Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis
Jobless claims sink to 2-1/2 yr low
Summary of business headlines: A drop in U.S. unemployment claims signals improving jobs market; Top retailers beat February sales forecasts; Oil prices head lower; Service sector facing higher prices.
4002 BILINGUAL CAESAR'S INVASION OF BRITAIN
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From Biopolymer Translocation to Hemodynamics: New Challenges in Multiscale Computing
Multiscale modeling is the capability of representing different levels of phenomena, occurring at diverse spatial and temporal scales, within a unified conceptual framework. A typical example is the behavior of long molecules or nanosuspensions under the action of complex hydrodynamic flows. Our computational work tackles different phenomena such as biopolymer translocation through nanopores and hemodynamics in arteries with a novel computational scheme. The solution of such large-scale problems
iPad 2 spurs familiar buzz
Tablet, take 2, will help Apple avoid headaches in an increasingly crowded market for touchscreen computers, agree analysts at a London event marking the launch of iPad 2.
Egypt's prime minister resigns
Amid protests and calls for his resignation prime minister Ahmed Shafiq steps down.
Fannie and Freddie Reform: Too Little, Too Late At the beginning of February, amidst Beltway budget clamoring and ahead of yesterday's statement from Bernanke, the Treasury issued a report to Congress announcing efforts to "wind down" Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The report, though conspicuously lacking in detail, sets forth three alternatives for reducing the role of the two government-backed companies, none of which actually prune t
At the beginning of February, amidst Beltway budget clamoring and ahead of yesterday's statement from Bernanke, the Treasury issued a report to Congress announcing efforts to "wind down" Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The report, though conspicuously lacking in detail, sets forth three alternatives for reducing the role of the two government-backed companies, none of which actually prune t
ASCAP Collection Concert
The stories of, and back stories behind, several beloved songs were laid out for a most entertained audience May 11 as the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Foundation brought forward an evening of songs sung by ASCAP's member songwriters at the Library of Congress Coolidge Auditorium. The offering the second annual "We Write the Songs" event held at the Library in conjunction with the ASCAP Foundation's gift to the Library of its vast papers in 2009 had nearly 500 au
Survey of London Monograph 10 - Morden College, Blackheath
An account of the the college of Sir John Morden, dating from the late seventeenth century.
Where Does Affordable Housing Money Come From? Understanding the flow of investment in City Heights
With inflation outpacing wage increases along with the economic downturn in recent years, the need and demand for affordable housing units has skyrocketed. In the last decade development firms have increasingly tried to provide affordable housing units, but the obstacle is how much funding and incentives do they receive for these types of units? This proposal analyzed the affordable housing situation in City Heights by looking at the sources of funding for affordable housing developments, how i
Properties of Division (part 2)
In this video learn how to solve division problems using the
divisive identity property, zero property, and distributive property. Distributive properties states to divide the number outside the parentheses by each number in the parentheses, then add the dividends together. Examples are shown.
EU Finmins' tough new debt rules
European Union finance ministers agree tougher rules against excessive borrowing and macroeconomic imbalances, in the hope of boosting market confidence and helping end the sovereign debt crisis.
Gretchen Rubin’s Search for Happiness
Are you happy? Could you be happier? Gretchen Rubin was already "pretty happy" when she asked herself these very questions. In search of the answers, she started her own pursuit of happiness, which eventually became a New York Times bestseller titled, The Happiness Project. She has now written a second book called Happier at Home. Knowledge@Wharton recently spoke with Rubin about why happy people work more hours each week, how to make and keep happiness resolutions and
Alamo Calls for Help: Battle for Texas Independence
Before the Mexican army attacked, the American forces barricaded at the Alamo tried to call for help from a neighboring American fort. Their request went unanswered. This is the story of how help failed to arrive. There is a commercial in the middle of the video 2:39 video. The strategy of the Mexicans is explained. The details of the execution of the survivors of the attack may be a harsh for some students.
LEED Building Design: Overview of free market and government incentives
Overview of the incentives for adopting LEED despite higher start up costs.
T. P. Lee and John D. James in field of cowpeas in Breur, Bibb County, Alabama
Caption: "Cowpeas on the farm of John D. James. L-R: T. P. Lee and J. D. James. Breur, Bibb Co., AL" July 19, 1928,JPEG from black-and-white photograph
H.P. James's cotton farm, Bibb County
Caption: "H.P. James's farm. T. P. Lee pictured. Bibb Co.",JPEG image from black-and-white photograph.