MIT 100K EPC 2011
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Part Seven: GAMBIT Summer Summit 2011 Videos: Nguyen Thi Nhat Ahn/Nanyang Technological University
Part Seven of the GAMBIT Summer Summit 2011 Videos presents a talk from Nguyen Thi Nhat Anh fromNanyang Technological University . Her talk is on "Interactive multi-view image segmentation". Every summer at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab, students from Singapore and the US work with GAMBIT researchers and development teams on novel game concepts, and visiting researchers spend that time research gaming related topics across a variety of fields. Back on
Lino Tagliapietra at MIT: The Page Hazlegrove Lecture in Glass Art, 2009
Twelfth annual Page Hazlegrove Lecture in Glass Art, sponsored by the MIT Glass Lab in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
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Smart contact lenses at Auburn could make eye drops a thing of the past
An Auburn University team of chemical and biomedical engineers led by Mark Byrne, the Daniel F. and Josephine Breeden associate professor in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, has developed a new method to deliver eye medication by wearing contact lenses. Byrne's lenses are the first to release drug doses over time for as long as the contact should be worn. The lenses deliver a constant flow of medication without altering a patient's natural vision, or can be used to correct vision while a
Northeastern University Academic Honors Convocation
April 22, 2011 - Northeastern University's inaugural Academic Honors Convocation recognized its community's highest achievements in academic excellence, use-inspired research and engagement on campus and across the globe.
Folding Money - Tips for the Blind
Dancing with Geometry
A professional dancer and an orthopedic surgeon demonstrate the
fundamental role geometry and technology play in keeping dancers
performing at the highest level.
Running time 1:59 minutes
Northeastern Professor Jeffrey Juris discusses Occupy Wall Street LIVE - 11/09/11 @12pm
"3Qs Live" brings you a dynamic exchange of ideas - taking the conversation beyond the classroom. Join Northeastern's top researchers, noted experts and the newsmakers themselves for an online discussion of some the world's most important news stories. As an associate professor of anthropology in Northeastern's College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Jeffrey Juris is an expert on social movements, protests, youth culture and globalization, and often studies protests by embedding himself with
Starfall's excellent interactive treatment given to the letter "F f”, with emphasis on the sound of the letter. Several examples and very clear pronunciation.
HSBC says it may leave UK
Nov. 9 - HSBC counts the cost of staying in Britain, and says $2.5 billion a year may be too high a price to pay as third quarter profit falls more than expected. Kirsty Basset reports.
ISS Update - Nov. 16, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Nov. 16, 2011.
11.020 Poverty, Public Policy and Controversy (MIT)
This course covers topics and questions such as: What is poverty? How is it defined and measured in the United States and other countries? What are the different program designs that countries use to relieve poverty? To answer these questions, the course examines the main public policy frames that guide theory, research, policy, and practice. How do the definition and policies to deal with poverty change over time? What are the economic, political, and social forces that contribute to the persis
Lecture 12a: Math. Analysis - Proof of Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem
The first part of the sixteenth class in Dr Joel Feinstein's G12MAN Mathematical Analysis module includes a proof of Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem. Further module materials are available for download from The University of Nottingham open courseware site: http://unow.nottingham.ac.uk/resources/resource.aspx?hid=c6c045f6-286d-6b9f-b96c-36a998632fc3 and on iTunes U: http://itunesu.nottingham.ac.uk/albums/71.rss Dr Feinstein's blog may be viewed at: http://explainingmaths.wordpress.com Dr Joel Feins
Wildcats Show Their Spirit in Homecoming Video Booth
Wildcats young and old stopped by UANews' Homecoming video booth to tell us why they love the UA. They wore football helmets and silly hats, passed around footballs and shook pom poms, showing their Arizona spirit. Homecoming was Nov. 3-6 on the UA campus.
LQP Asks: Has someone close to you served in the military?
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OSIRIS REx: Tapping Asteroid RQ36
Dante Lauretta, Ph.D. and professor in the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Sciences Laboratory, started his career at the UA as a math major. As a young student, he was accepted into the NASA Space Grant Undergraduate Research Program. Today, he is the principle investigator on the OSIRIS REx mission to return a sample of pristine, carbon-rich material from asteroid 1999 RQ36. Such material may just contain precursors to key biomolecules that could tell us how life on Earth began. Th
In Step with the Pride of Arizona
What does it take to achieve excellence? According to Jay Rees, director of the Pride of Arizona Marching Band, it boils down to a willingness to make the sacrifices and do the hard work. Named one of the top five bands in the nation in 2009, the Pride of Arizona knows how to get it done, and they bring the fans to their feet every time. More at http://www.arizona.edu.
Life in Miniature
Molly Hunter, Ph.D., professor of entomology, describes the subjects of her study as "elaborate and colorful and beautiful." Focusing her microscope lens on the sweet potato whitefly, Molly and her students explore enthralling worlds while creating knowledge that is contributing to more environmentally sound pest control. More at http://www.arizona.edu.