Bill Nye - Music (Part 1)
Music comes from many different things and many different places. But what is music? And how do we hear it? In this video, Bill Nye explains the science behind music. Some key vocabulary words in this video include: notes, vibration, waves, pitch, rhythm, patterns, eardrum, cochlea, auditory nerve, tuning fork, and air molecules. There are three parts to this video series.  Run time 07:50.

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Is War Evil? - Why We fight Conference Lecture 8
Part of the Why we Fight Conference held in Nuffield College October 2010. Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University Jeff McMahan gives his paper followed by a discussion.
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Boosting business confidence key to driving EU job creation
While unemployment is falling in some OECD countries, notably the United States, it remains stubbornly high in much of Europe. The challenge facing governments is to boost business confidence in order to stimulate a return to growth.
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Code Composer Studio v4 DSP/BIOS and C6713 DSK
David Waldo
This module describes the TI C6713 DSK hardware and how to set up a Code Composer Studio v4 DSP/BIOS project for the DSK.
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Ilana Witten Talk - 1/5/11
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Silverlight TV 59: What Goes Into Baking Silverlight?

Ever wonder what goes into making Silverlight? This week on Silverlight TV, we go behind the scenes with some folks who are responsible for testing and getting the Silverlight bits out to the public. Andy Rivas, Program Manager on Silverlight, shares what he does and how the bits get "baked" and into your hands. He also discusses the various ways you can provide feedback (bugs, requests, questions, etc). Other topics Andy discusses include:

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Part 3-Pyramid Power Team Kids VS Junk Food Bandits-Eating Healthy Foods
In part 3 of this video, Chef Solus continues to coach the Pyramid Power Kids to play basketball against the Junk Food Bandits. This video emphasizes how you can start out strong with junk food but then end up getting really tired and have no energy. This happens with one of the commentators as he junks food throughout game. This is a fun and quick way to incorporate health education into a busy classroom (2:12).
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Jeremy Siegel on Politicians, Prices and a Potential 'Buying Opportunity of the Decade'
The U.S. Presidential race has reached a critical juncture. The Republicans have a confirmed nominee in John McCain; as for the Democrats, Hillary Clinton has bounced back, while Barack Obama retains a marginal lead in terms of delegates. How the presidential race evolves will be shaped in part by the increasingly worrisome state of the U.S. economy. Though it has not yet gone through two consecutive quarters of negative growth -- the common definition of a recession -- signs of a slowdown are e
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Jeremy Siegel on Bear Stearns, Rate Cuts and the Looming Threat of Inflation
The ongoing credit crisis in U.S. financial markets has claimed a huge and high-profile victim: Bear Stearns. After being slammed by what amounted to a run on the bank during the week of March 10, the Wall Street investment bank and securities brokerage firm agreed to be acquired -- for $2 a share -- by JP Morgan Chase over the weekend in a deal overseen by Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. The Federal Reserve lowered interest rates the same day -- and d
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Table ronde : Nouvelles méthodes et nouveaux enseignements en Lettres. Langues anciennes

Table ronde "Nouvelles méthodes et nouveaux enseignements en Lettres : Langues anciennes". Dans "Les Humanités pour quoi faire : enjeux et propositions", colloque international organisé par le laboratoire Patrimoine, Littérature, Histoire (PLH) en collaboration avec le laboratoire Lettres, Langages et Arts (LLA). Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, IUFM Midi-Pyrénées, 27-29 mai 2010.
Thème IV : Enseigner les humanités : contenus, méthodes,
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Intel delivers stellar results
Intel reported impressive earnings, defying fears about the chipmakers minor role in the booming smartphone and tablet market.
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Ivory Coast unrest risks cocoa trade
Fears are growing that violence in the Ivory Coast could affect the world's top cocoa producer's production
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RMM Dakar 2010 - Planning Familial.

Thème : Droit et Santé En Afrique.
Session : Colloque International Interdisciplinaire. Réduction de la mortalité maternelle en Afrique au Sud de Sahara : mieux comprendre pour mieux agir.
Modérateurs : Pierre JAUDOIN (démographe – Ministère Français des Affaires Etrangères) – Mamadou TRAORE (Professeur de gynécologie-obstétrique à l’Université de Bamako, secrétaire de la Société Africaine de Gynécologie-Obstétrique et Vice-Président de la Société Fran
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How to Make a Valentine's Day 'Heart Person' (for Children)
Learn how to make a person from hearts for Valentine's Day in this three-minute crafts video on making a Valentine's 'Heart Person'. The crafter needs construction paper, 'wiggly' eyes, and yarn. This video was created by an elementary school teacher.
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Evidence that eradicating black rats has boosted the recovery of rare reptiles and seabirds on Antig
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Photoeffect in Molecules, Old Questions – New Answers
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Dörner (Universität Frankfurt)
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COPMM/PMAA Symposium - Derek Gill - Improving the Performance of Local Government Authorities
Derek Gill - NZIER and Senior Associate IGPS Victoria University, gives a presentation at the COPMM/PMAA Symposium for "Improving the Performance of Local Government Authorities"
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A Year in Focus - Assessing Gordon Brown Part 1
  Steven Fielding

In this podcast Doctor Steven Fielding takes a look back at Gordon Brown's first half-term in office.

In this, the first of three episodes, Doctor Fielding rates the Prime Minister on his performance in International Relations.

Doctor Fielding works in the University's School of Politics and International Relations. He is an expert in
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MSUToday: Mohammed's send-off
ABC News with Diane Sawyer tells the story of Mohammed, a 13-year-old Iraqi boy who received life-changing medical care from MSU doctors at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, as he prepares to return home to Iraq.
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"3D Shapes I Know" Song-Cone, Cylinder, Sphere, Cube
This catchy tune introduces the 3D shapes-cone, cylinder, sphere, and cube. It also gives real world examples of these shapes. The main lyrics repeat several times and will help students to remember the basic 3D shapes. This would be great for a review once young learners have been introduced to the four shapes covered in this video. (3:17)     
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