Fixing the Geometry and Topology in Networks of Polymers, II
By: icamvid Fixing the Geometry and Topology in Networks of Polymers, II by Kristian Müller-Nedebock, Stellenbosch University
Sharks and Fishermen
The highly sophisticated sensory system of sharks allows them to locate their prey with remarkable accuracy. Their speed, agility and acute sensory ability leave few predators able or willing to compete with sharks for a potential meal. In this video segment from Nature, sharks sense and pursue a fisherman's catch. Run time 01:11.
Sharks and the Ocean Environment
This video tells how sharks survive in the ocean: how they travel, how they eat, and how they navigate the seas. For contrast, it also includes an amoeba-like animal that just drifts in the ocean currents versus a shark that swims powerfully through the ocean. Video has low resolution in the beginning. Students might benefit of having a drawing of the shark and other animals to be able to identify those parts of it they help with its survival.
Greenhouse Gas Lessons
Set of climate change lesson plans for grades 4-6
Astrology - Bill Nye the Science Guy
This video is a brief clip of Bill Nye on Astrology from his show the Eye of Nye. (01:17)
How to Locate the North Star
This is a video tutorial for beginning stargazers. In this video, the viewer will learn how to find the North Star. (02:05)
The Department of German Studies students' and associates' favourite German words. For more information about The Department of German Studies visit: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/german
Calculus General Limit
This video offers a description of the general limit theory in Calculus. An explanation on when a limit exists is given. Several situations are discussed
3.2 Knowing who to approach The business of knowing your prospects so that you can address your request to their particular motives, aspirations and concerns is even more challenging when you are dealing with large numbers of people. Here are some relevant questions: Are you seeking contributions from new or existing donors? If you are targeting existing supporters, are you aiming for the broad mass with a general appeal or focusing on a more restricted nu
The business of knowing your prospects so that you can address your request to their particular motives, aspirations and concerns is even more challenging when you are dealing with large numbers of people.
Here are some relevant questions:
Are you seeking contributions from new or existing donors?
If you are targeting existing supporters, are you aiming for the broad mass with a general appeal or focusing on a more restricted nu
Thunderbird 50th Anniversary Source
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Lecture by Hans Vermeulen & Hedwig Heinsman
Hans Vermeulen & Hedwig Heinsman: Seeing Orange: Dutch Design at CCA This lecture was recorded on April 7th, 2014 on the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts as part of the Architecture Lecture Series. DUS architects was founded in Amsterdam by Hans Vermeulen, Martine de Wit, and Hedwig Heinsman in 2004. The office builds public architecture: design that consciously influences daily life. This social significance shows at all levels of DUS's work, ranging from large urban st
The Machine is Us/ing Us
Explains Web 2.0 in a cool, easy to understand way, in less than 5 minutes.
Adding and Subtracting Negative Numbers
Adding and subtracting negative numbers can be confusing. Using a number line and some "real world" examples, a math teacher makes it easier to work with negatives. The instructor uses a white board to model examples. Sound quality needs improvement. (09:50)
How Does Air Pollution Affect Skin
How Does Air Pollution Affect Skin - Dr. Butterwick shares her knowledge and explains how air pollution affects a woman's skin. Video is question/answer format. Run time 01:20.
George Washington was the 1st U.S. President (1789-1797). He was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia, in 1732. During the French and Indian War, George was able to show what a good leader he was. Later, he became commander of the colonial army during the Revolutionary War. He helped make the United States a new country.
This is a video clip. (1:47)
Test Taker Face: Musical Celebrating School Testing
This is our CRCT Prep Video - "Test Taker Face." This video was recorded by 5th grade students at Centennial Arts Academy in Gainesville, Georgia. This is a fun video to watch and an example of what teachers might do at their schools to motivate students.
Portrait of A. Theodore Johnson (1890-1961)
This is an oil painting of A. Theodore Johnson, professor and dean at Southwestern at Memphis, now Rhodes College, in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. Johnson is dressed in a navy suit with a red and black striped tie. The background is blue-gray. It was painted by Henry Madden in 1962,This is an oil on canvas portrait 21 1/2 by 35 inches without the 27 by 35 inch frame. It is signed in the lower left corner.
Martin Van Buren
This is a film documentary about New York's Martin Van Buren from the 2008 WMHT documentary 'Presidents in Our Backyard'. Van Buren.
Barnyard Babies Read-Aloud-Counting Song
This cute counting read-aloud is Barnyard Babies...lyrics by Anne Elizabeth Eaves and illustrated by Rozalind Fulcher. This is a cute counting song read-aloud using sweet baby farm animals. Animals include a baby lamb, pig, colt, duck, calf, chick, dog, etc. They count from 1-10. Students will enjoy the cute animals and their sounds as they practice counting. They can even learn correct names for baby animals.