SFCO 2011 – Exérèse robot du méso rectum
Titre : SFCO 2011 – Exérèse robot du méso rectum.
Intervenant (s) : Jean-Michel TORTUYAUX (CH Saint Charles – Toul)
Résumé : vidéo
L’auteur n’a pas transmis de conflit d’intérêt concernant les données diffusées dans cette vidéo ou publiées dans la référence citée.
Conférence enregistrée lors du Congrès de la Société Française de Chirurgie Oncologique (SFCO). Session : vidéo forum «comment je fais ?» : Innovation et recours. Modérate
Titre : SFCO 2011 – Exérèse robot du méso rectum.
Science Sticky Explains the Water Cycle
In this video, Science Sticky uses visuals to explain the 10 steps of the water cycle. There is no audio but there are sentence cards explaining the steps. The word purified is misspelled in one slide. At the end, a cool numbered diagram is shown. This is a great resource to help students master this important skill. It would work well in conjunction with non-fiction texts on this subject. (1:19)
Bonds forecast economic woes, stocks confused: Bianco
Sept. 27 - As bonds continue to approach record lows, Bianco Research President Jim Bianco says the credit market is sending a message of negativity, while range-bound equities only reflect confusion.
.NET 4.5: David Kean and Mircea Trofin - Portable Libraries The Portable Class Library project enables you to write and build managed assemblies that work on more than one .NET Framework platform. You can create classes that contain code you wish to share across many projects, such as shared business logic, and then reference those classes from different types of projects. Using the Portable Class Library project, you can build portable assemblies th
The Portable Class Library project enables you to write and build managed assemblies that work on more than one .NET Framework platform. You can create classes that contain code you wish to share across many projects, such as shared business logic, and then reference those classes from different types of projects.
Using the Portable Class Library project, you can build portable assemblies th
Beginner - Taking a nap In today's increasingly fast-moving world, some people have found it necessary to have naps at unusual times to help boost the body's required energy to go that extra mile. We teach you how to say you're taking a nap among other useful phrases around the subject.
In today's increasingly fast-moving world, some people have found it necessary to have naps at unusual times to help boost the body's required energy to go that extra mile. We teach you how to say you're taking a nap among other useful phrases around the subject.
Members of Clemson's Ag Mech student organization rebuilt a John Deere tractor so that the inside mechanics are visible. They travel across the state with their cutaway tractor, teaching and showing others how the farm machine works. Learn more about the cutaway here: http://features.clemson.edu/creative-services/students/2011/teaching-stude nts-about-farming-‹-investigating-the-spokes-and-switches-beneath-the-john -deere-green
First Continental Congress: America the Story of Us
This three-minute video clip provides background on why this event occurred and why the Proclamation of 1763 was created. Part of a series.
Robert Sabuda and the Pop-Up Book
In this video, a student interviews Robert Sabudo, a famous pop-up book engineer and artist. He describes how he became interested in pop-up books, how he designs his books, and demonstrates making a simple pop-up book. ( 4:19)
STS.038 Energy and Environment in American History: 1705-2005 (MIT)
A survey of how America has become the world's largest consumer of energy. Explores American history from the perspective of energy and its relationship to politics, diplomacy, the economy, science and technology, labor, culture, and the environment. Topics include muscle and water power in early America, coal and the Industrial Revolution, electrification, energy consumption in the home, oil and U.S. foreign policy, automobiles and suburbanization, nuclear power, OPEC and the 70's energy crisis
Concentrate on Distracted Driving: A Challenge to MIT Students from U.S. Transportation Secretary Ra
From the MIT News Office:
Research has shown that talking on a phone while driving, even with a hands-free cell phone, causes as much of an impairment to driving ability as being drunk. And yet, says U.S. Secretary of Transportation
Ray LaHood, while the nation has successfully cracked down on drunk driving, when it com
This three minute video is about this mountain and data about it and its celebrated status in Japan.
Harvard's Birthday Cake
Harvard University is celebrating its 375th birthday this year, and we needed a REALLY big cake. Joanne Chang ('91), the owner of Flour Bakery, obliged.
COM365 Session 3 Fall 2011
COM365 Public Relations Session Three 09/27/11 Chris Burnett Guest: Stephan Roth, OutThink Partners
Borrow a Bike at UMass Amherst!
Students, faculty and staff at UMass Amherst can now borrow a bike, helmet and lock for free as part of the university's sustainability efforts. To pedal around campus or nearby byways, head to the Student Government Association office on the second floor of the Student Union Building to make your reservation.
Pi Kappa Phi Builds Accessibility Ramp
Members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity at UMass Amherst built an accessibility ramp this fall for a family in nearby Leverett. The project is part of Push America, a national program launched by the Pi Kappa Phi organization aimed at being of service to people with disabilities and building awareness of issues faced by disabled people. It's something the local chapter, located at 38 Nutting St., has been doing for decades.
It's Your Life
2.6 Average Atomic Mass
ArtPrize Panel 10/04/11
Nick Antonakis sits down with artists Caleb Brennan, Clay Stauffer and Gabriel Craig to discuss their entries in this years ArtPrize.