At War over Biotech Crops in Oregon
After many years practicing law, Esther McGinnis is now a researcher in Applied Plant Sciences at the University of Minnesota, specializing in biotechnology, law, and values. McGinnis will explain how Oregon's beet farmers came to be at the center of a national lawsuit, and examine how to protect the rights of both conventional and organic growers. She'll also summarize research comparing the environmental impacts of growing engineered and non-engineered sugar beets. Outreach in Biotechnology
Former student-athlete Yvenson Bernard, whose family is from Haiti, sprang into action after the 2010 earthquake. He was so dedicated to helping people in the earthquake's wake he created the organization I (Heart) Haiti. Check out what Yvenson has to say about Haiti, and why it's so important we still pay attention more than a year later. You can learn more about Yvenson's efforts to help Haiti at: facebook.com/ilovehaiti and sonjehaiti.org
Korea Night part 3
The Enemy at Home
In World War 1 nearly 7000 'enemy aliens' of German origin were interned in camps in New South Wales. That experience is now the subject of a UNSW Press book co-authored by Arts academic Gerhard Fischer, and an exhibition running at the Museum of Sydney from May 7-September 11.
Notre Dame Hockey Arena Time Lapse
Watch the new Notre Dame Hockey Arena being built before your eyes!
Benefits of Electronic Medical Records
Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management in the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, is expert on health information technology. He conducts research on the transformational effect of IT, technology usage and IT value. He is a proponent of national digitization of health record information and believes electronic medical records (EMRs) would standardize processes, increase efficiencies and greatly diminish the potential for medical errors.
Bioinformatics and Biocomputing
This course includes the informatics for pharmaceutical sciences, especially focusing on bioinformatics, chemoinformatics and chemical genomics. We will give practical trainings using PC, as well as normal lectures.
Maal- en deeltafels : Oefenkaartjes Met deze kaartjes kunnen de leerlingen hun tafels zelfstandig inoefenen. De leerlingen lossen de oefening op die op de voorkant van het kaartje staat. Nadien kunnen ze zichzelf controleren door de oplossing op de achterkant te bekijken.
Met deze kaartjes kunnen de leerlingen hun tafels zelfstandig inoefenen. De leerlingen lossen de oefening op die op de voorkant van het kaartje staat. Nadien kunnen ze zichzelf controleren door de oplossing op de achterkant te bekijken.
Describes the inflammatory response - a series of local cellular and vascular responses which are triggered when the body is injured or invaded by micro-organisms or antigen.
Receptor location and the speed of drug action
To explain how cellular receptor location influences the speed of drug action.
Action of drugs that target ion channels
This learning resource introduces ion channels as target for drug action.
Structures of the brain
This learning resource allows the learner to label a diagram of the brain and is aimed at identification of the major areas of the brain (cerebrum, cerebellum, medulla, pons, midbrain, thalamus, hyporthalamus and pituitary gland). Once correctly labelled, the learner can access information about these structures. Additional interactions allow the learner to explore the diagram to discover the structures for themselves, whilst an MCQ allows them to test their knowledge.
Developing Coaching Skills: Module: overview and supporting resources
Summary of module resources, with links
15.668 People and Organizations (MIT)
15.668 People and Organizations examines the historical evolution and current human and organizational contexts in which scientists, engineers and other professionals work. It outlines today's major challenges facing the management profession. The course uses interactive exercises, simulations and problems to develop critical skills in negotiations, teamwork and leadership. Students will be introduced to concepts and tools to analyze work and leadership experiences in optional undergraduate fiel
Answering Niners Questions about Jelly Bean—The Kinect Drivable Lounge Chair In this video, Clint and Dan answer your questions about Jelly Bean—The Kinect Drivable Lounge Chair. They cover a number of topics, including how they decided on the current control scheme, how much calibration was required, and how much code they wrote on top of the SDK.
In this video, Clint and Dan answer your questions about Jelly Bean—The Kinect Drivable Lounge Chair. They cover a number of topics, including how they decided on the current control scheme, how much calibration was required, and how much code they wrote on top of the SDK.
This class lectures as models of intelligent behaviors of human, problem-solving by search in state space, playing strategy in games, branch-and-bound method, supervised, unsupervised and reinforcement learning in neural networks.
Introduction to Programming, using Java
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Johnson Space Center Wakes STS-135 Crew
The video with audio can also be viewed here: http://1.usa.gov/pLDdJF The Flight Day 11 wakeup music was "Days Go By" by Keith Urban, which was played for Mission Specialist Rex Walheim. The song was accompanied by a special good morning message recorded by employees at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. The NASA center is home not only to the astronaut corps, but also Mission Control and the Space Shuttle Program.
Themes and theories for working in virtual project teams
This unit offers an introduction to working in virtual project teams. It explains the terms and concepts related to teams and projects, and highlights the complexity around the interaction of people and technology.