The Weekend Newspaper: still some life in it?
Caroline Daniel, weekend editor, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Hilary term 2011 seminar series.
Is it living or non living?
Once completed, students will have a deeper understanding of what is living and non living. Students will be able to identify the characteristics of non living and living things and will be able to classify them in an environment.
Fractions with Grandpa
Get into action and play with fractions!
Telling Tommies' tales The National Archives UK posted a photo: Description: Roll of honour for staff members at the Great Western Railway office in Paddington, London, who went to war. Read letters from th
The National Archives UK posted a photo:
Description: Roll of honour for staff members at the Great Western Railway office in Paddington, London, who went to war. Read letters from th
Spastic Paraplegia - Sensory Exam - Superficial Sub-exam - Patient 5
This video features a 54-year-old white male with a history of spastic paraplegia (diagnosed in 1994) and no previous history of heart disease or cardiac workup. He presented to the Emergency Room complaining of three days on-and-off retrosternal chest pain. Patient presented to the ER complaining of three days on-and-off retrosternal chest pain, rated 3/10, lasting approximately 30 minutes, occurring multiple times daily at rest or during activity. The first episode occurred three days before
Plants That Aren't Plants: Mosses and Lichens
Mosses and lichens are not given much attention in introductory biology laboratory courses, in part because instructors lack skills necessary to cover the topic-namely, moss leaf cross sectioning and lichen chemical spot tests. Acquiring confidence in just these two techniques, as well as familiarity with basic terminology, lays a foundation for further investigation.
A tadpole is what hatches out of the egg that was laid by the adult frog. It lives in water and swims using its tail. It has gills and breathes underwater.
Sleeping Beauty Invades Rat's Genome
Knockouts are not just for Mice anymore. Aron Geurts and Howard Jacob from the Medical College of Wisconsin talk about their plans for creating transgenic rats using the Sleeping beauty transposon. Coming out of work pioneered by Colin Bishop's lab, Geurts and Jacob describe how the Sleeping Beauty system can be used to make transgenic rats and their plans to make the phenotype data from these rats available via the MCW PGA website (http://pga.mcw.edu) and the strains themselves accessible via a
Using composite materials to replace bone
In this podcast, Professor Chris Rudd, Dean of the faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham, describes his work with composite materials in the car industry and how it can be applied to the field of medicine. Traditionally, patients who have lost bone in an accident or have had bone removed due to cancer have had to endure two very long and very painful operations. One operation to attach steel plates to the bone, and a second operation once the bone has healed, to remove them. F
Oral Public Health and Community Service Program
This course addresses the following questions: What are Public Health, Civic Engagement, and Community Service, and how do they relate to general health and well-being? What are the fundamentals of epidemiology and biostatistics and what are their practical applications in general health and healthcare? Why are oral health and oral healthcare access major public health issues world-wide? How do the oral public health issues of water fluoridation, mercury disposal, HIV/AIDS, cancer, and tobacco u
WSU Scuba Diving Among Most Successful University Programs in Nation
Hundreds of miles from the nearest ocean and nearly a hundred miles from a large freshwater lake, Barry Moore probably has certified more divers through the National Association of Underwater Instructors than any other active NAUI instructor. For more about this story, click here:
A Conversation with Temple Grandin
In this video, Temple Grandin is interviewed by The Autism Program of Illinois (TAP). She gives her advice on strategies to help Asperger students transition through different stages. She addresses some sensory issues, job skills, and effective teachers. This is a good resource for anyone working with any child on the Autism Spectrum. (5:57)
Students generally do not know the complexity that goes into building and programming a robotic arm. In actuality, creating such an arm comes from a design that involves mechanical, electrical, and computer science engineers. This activity allows students to control a robotic arm from both a machine's and a computer science engineer's perspective by letting them perform a simple task with a few entertaining instructions and constraints.
Inflation explained:Supply and Demand
Inflation and unemployment rate is explained to some extend in this cartoonish, five minute video. No narration. Graphics carry the weight of the presentation. The real point is supply and demand. Teachers should review the video carefully so that the students don't become confused between the two terms. A good introduction with proper explanation.
ISS Update - April 11, 2011
The International Space Station video update for April 11, 2011.
William (Bill) Draper III, Revolutionary Venture Capitalist
[Recorded: February 10, 2011] When we think of Silicon Valley today, innovative companies such as Google, Facebook, Open Table, and others will come to mind. It's difficult to imagine these powerhouses as small, struggling start-ups, but at some point, each one was just a good idea that needed support. For these and countless other startups, that support came through venture capitalists. Venture capital is much more than the caricature many may think of when they hear the term; these businessmen
Plasma HHV-6 DNA Loads and IL-6 Concentration as Factors in the Development of HHV-6 Encephalitis -
Plasma HHV-6 DNA Loads and IL-6 Concentration as Factors in the Development of HHV-6 Encephalitis After Allogenic Stem Cell Transplantation - M. Ogata
Standardization of starter culture for rice wine (Tapuy) processing
A report on a study aimed to develop instant starter culture for rice wine (tapuy) processing, by (1) isolating and identifying useful microorganisms for starter culture production; (2) evaluating the saccharifiying ability and alcohol production of the isolated strains; (3) developing a starter culture and determine its storage stability; and (4) evaluating the quality of rice wine produced by the developed starter culture. Dr. Erlinda I. Dizon Food Science Cluster College of Agriculture Univ