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Fully online Masters applications have closed. Apply for 2011! Lecture 16 - 11/18/2010 Lung Cancer CT Scan Clinical Trial Results Show Benefit Bike off secure bike parking stands Controversy Over Slavery: Fugitive Slave Act ISS Update - Dec. 9, 2010 Build Your Own PC Tutorial Part Two Birth of the Solar System My ABC Book The Shape Song Peter Fader on the New iPhone and Matching Technology to Consumer Demand History of Christopher Columbus The Elegant Universe - Gravity and Theory of Relativity Black Holes in the Universe The Battle of Shiloh How does the element of 'play' figure in Profs Geim's and Novoselov's research? "Keynote: Connecting the Dots: Some Ways of Reframing South Asian History" U.N. threatens Gbagbo in Ivory Coast 3.3 Underground mining
"Twenty percent fewer lung cancer deaths seen among those who were screened with low-dose spiral CT scan than with chest X-ray. http://bit.ly/ah084K The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is today releasing initial results from a large-scale test of screening methods to reduce deaths from lung cancer by detecting cancers at relatively early stages. Reggie Munden, M.D., from the Department of Thoracic Imaging and principal investigator of the trial at MD Anderson talks about the impact of the stud
This research portfolio project, is being delivered in collaboration with the Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science (JDI) at University College London (UCL), aims to catalyse a design revolution in secure cycling provision for the 21st century. The research seeks to use creative solutions to overcome the adverse effects of bicycle theft on the achievement of sustainable transport objectives within European cities and to assist in the promotion of cycling and the benefits it offers society in ter
The Fugitive Slave Law and the book Uncle Tom's Cabin led to pro- and anti-slavery groups turn those in the North against slaves. The Kansas-Nebraska Act and the bloody aftermath of these states vote for or against slavery are also explained. Added to this was the Dred Scott decision. A good overview of causes of Civil War and how Lincoln became into the public's mind.
The International Space Station video update for Dec. 9, 2010.
This is the second in a two part video showing how to assemble a desktop PC. The video shows step by step how to insert components into the computer. You can stop the video toward the end, because the producers go into a video review of the computer case...which is not necessary.
This is a brief look at the birth of our solar system. It begins with the formation of our star, and goes over things ranging from the big bang to the creation of elements. It includes brief interviews with scientists.
This is a book that can be use to teach students their letters and sounds.
A song about the shapes. (03:14)
Announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show and Apple's MacWorld conference, both held earlier this month, heralded the arrival of a number of products at the center of technology convergence trends. Among the most eagerly awaited are Apple's iPhone -- which brings together the capabilities of a cell phone and an iPod music player, along with other features associated with personal computers -- and Apple TV, which allows users to play the movies and TV shows they download from iTunes on their
This is a short slide show with sound about the voyage of Christopher Columbus.
This video gives detailed explanations of the story of gravity and theory of relativity. Run time 09:30.
This is a video talking about black holes and explaining how they came to be and also how they are researched and monitored. (18:48)
After initial success, the Confederates are dealt a costly blow in Tennessee in April, 1862 at the battle of Shiloh. This video explains that Grant won the battle for the United States against the Confederacy and set the tone that the Union Army under Grant was willing to expend whatever manpower was necessary to win the war. A map of the area would help explain the positions and where the Hornet's Nest was. Some images may be too intense for students.
Short excerpt from interview with the 2010 Nobel Laureates in Physics Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, 6 December 2010. The interviewer is Adam Smith, Editorial Director of Nobel Media. For the complete interview, see: http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/2010/geim-interview.html
A keynote address by Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Navin and Pratima Doshi Chair of Indian History, UCLA, at the Sixth South Asia Graduate Student Conference: Foundations for the Study of South Asia.
The United Nations reaffirms that Alassane Ouattara is the rightful winner of Ivory Coast's presidential election, and condemns Laurent Gbagbo's grip on power.
During the Indistrial Revolution half of the world's coal came from Britain. We still rely heavily on it today to meet our energy needs, but now we input more than we produce. Burning it introduces large amounts of gases into the atmosphere that harm the environment in a variety of ways. In this unit it will become apparent that the most appealing quality of coal is that there is plenty of it.
Lecture 16 - 11/18/2010
Lung Cancer CT Scan Clinical Trial Results Show Benefit
Bike off secure bike parking stands
Controversy Over Slavery: Fugitive Slave Act
ISS Update - Dec. 9, 2010
Build Your Own PC Tutorial Part Two
Birth of the Solar System
My ABC Book
The Shape Song
Peter Fader on the New iPhone and Matching Technology to Consumer Demand
History of Christopher Columbus
The Elegant Universe - Gravity and Theory of Relativity
Black Holes in the Universe
The Battle of Shiloh
How does the element of 'play' figure in Profs Geim's and Novoselov's research?
"Keynote: Connecting the Dots: Some Ways of Reframing South Asian History"
U.N. threatens Gbagbo in Ivory Coast
3.3 Underground mining