UW360 June 2012: Film Archive
Take a look at the Moving Images Collection from UW Libraries Special Collections. Watch the full show online at UWTV.org/uw360
Lecture 10, June 19, 2012
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Doc Watson's Musical Legacy
Wayne Martin, executive director, N.C. Arts Council, describes how Doc Watson set the standard for virtuoso acoustic guitar, how he embodied the music of western North Carolina, the traditions he kept alive and the legacy that remains in the form of Americana music. (Photos by Peter Figen and Cedric Chatterley). [2:27]
Teeth and Eating: ( An Interactive Game)
Students will strenghten their knowledge of the teeth of human omnivores, lion carnivores, and sheep herbivores by playing this game. ( This link is for an interactive game and may take a few minutes to load.)
Allocating Risk Through Contract
Evidence from M and A John F Cogan, Jr. Professor of Law and Economics, Harvard Law School
Completing the Circuit
In the everyday electrical devices we use calculators, remote controls and cell phones a voltage source such as a battery is required to close the circuit and operate the device. In this hands-on activity, students use a battery, wires, small light bulb and a light bulb holder to learn the difference between an open circuit and a closed circuit, and understand that electric current only occurs in a closed circuit.
The Beat Goes On (Activity)
In this activity, students learn about their heart rate and different ways it can be measured. Students construct a simple measurement device using clay and a toothpick, and then use this device to measure their heart rate under different circumstances (i.e., sitting, standing and jumping). Students make predictions and record data on a worksheet.
Breakingviews: Barclays' $450 mln question
June 27 - Rob Cox and Breakingviews columnists discuss what the broader repercussions will be from the whopping $450 million fine paid by Barclays over attempts to manipulate Libor.
The Three Lochs Way: stage 1
A photographic record of the first part of the Three Lochs Way
Computing and Data Analysis for Environmental Applications, Fall 2003
Covers computational and data analysis techniques for environmental engineering applications. First third of subject introduces MATLAB and numerical modeling. Second third emphasizes probabilistic concepts used in data analysis. Final third provides experience with statistical methods for analyzing field and laboratory data. Numerical techniques such as Monte Carlo simulation are used to illustrate the effects of variability and sampling. Concepts are illustrated with environmental examples and
#202: China life: Managing cultural taboos in your marketing strategy Mass Murder of Novo-Moskovsk Jews - Part 2 The Eyes Have It Science Bulletins: Decoding the DNA of Extinct Species Science Bulletins: The Roots of a Malaria Menace World Travelers for Science Duke Chapel Live - July 8, 2012 Conditions at Japanese Internment Camps Photovoltaics Technology: No Longer an Outlier
Natalia Levchenko, who was born in 1929 in Novo-Moskovsk and lived there during the war years, testifies that the Jews were taken partly by boat and partly on foot across the Samara River to the murder site. For more information: http://www1.yadvashem.org/untoldstories/database/murderSite.asp?site_id=417
The Eyes Have It is an interactive teaching and assessment program on vision care. The Instructional Mode provides an overview of the visual system and disorders of the eyes using photographs or captioned streaming videos supplemented with text. In Quiz Mode, users have a chance to test your knowledge and be scored. There is a quiz corresponding to each topic in the Instructional Mode.
Caves were important refuges for humans and animals that coexisted during the late Pleistocene, the epoch of ice ages that ended 10,000 years ago. These sheltered environments can preserve evidence of extinct biological communities that archaeologists, paleontologists, and geneticists can mine for clues the species' biology, behavior, and evolution. Recently, exceptionally well-preserved bones from European caves have yielded DNA for two Ice Age species, Neanderthals and cave bears. The teams-on
Malaria kills more than a million people every year. Recently, an international team of biologists used genetic techniques to trace how the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum first emerged to infect humans. In their study of chimpanzees in West Africa, the researchers discovered that P. falciparum evolved from Plasmodium reichenowi, a species of chimpanzee malaria. Malaria thus began much like many other modern pandemics such as HIV, SARS, and swine flu—it jumped from animals to humans.
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Duke Chapel Live A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr Jennifer Copeland delivers a sermon entitled "Once Upon a Time . . ." Sermon begins at (31:53) Opening Excerpt from the sermon:(31:53) "Once upon a time, or maybe this is a better opening, a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away..., perhaps the more literary among us would prefer this opening; 'sing in me, muse, and through me tell the story'. The truth is it doesn't really matter which line we use because the
In a 1943 radio broadcast, Dillon S. Meyer, director of the War Relocation Authority, conveys his disapproval of the Japanese internment camps, which he has been overseeing since they were instituted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942. (3:47)
By: icamp2012school Solar energy from photovoltaic devices has been around since the early days of the space race, but historically has not had a substantial impact on our global energy scheme. Is that now changing? Dr. Larry Kazmerski is the executive director of Science & Technology Partnerships at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, CO. He has worked at NREL for over 30 years and was previously the director of the National Center for Photovoltaics. His talk is fille
Mass Murder of Novo-Moskovsk Jews - Part 2
The Eyes Have It
Science Bulletins: Decoding the DNA of Extinct Species
Science Bulletins: The Roots of a Malaria Menace
World Travelers for Science
Duke Chapel Live - July 8, 2012
Conditions at Japanese Internment Camps
Photovoltaics Technology: No Longer an Outlier