Video of Robin's next with eggs hatching
This four minute video shows the birth and hatching of feeding and maturing of Robins from hatching until they leave the nest. There is no narration. It appears one does no survive so students may need to understand the survival of the fittest aspects.
The week ahead: June 30th 2011
Thailand holds a general election, Moroccans go to the polls and Hugo Chavez's health attracts mounting speculation
Knee and Shoulder Joints
Professor of Clinical Anatomy Peter Abrahams demonstrates the Knee and Shoulder joints with examples from the University of Warwick's collection of plastinated specimens.
Dickinson Magazine - Turtle Tagging
Dickinson Magazine Feature Video: In April, students in Gene Wingert's Introduction to Field Biology lab teamed up to capture and tag turtles in Wildwood Park in Harrisburg, Pa. The project had a two-fold purpose: track population and growth rates while raising funds for Wildwood Park through an Adopt-a-Turtle event. All "adopted" turtles were later released back into the wild; meanwhile, students had hands-on experience with field research. Assisting Wingert (who directed the project from behi
Global Infrared Cloud Cover, September 2001 (WMS)
This animation is a mosaic of cloud cover data taken by several different satellites in the infrared band. One of the most prominent cloud features during this time was Hurricane Erin near the Atlantic coast of the United States.
ART 356-01, Michelangelo, Spring 2008
This course is designed as a rigorous study of the art of Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564). It will be conducted partly as lecture and partly as a seminar through which students develop their own expertise in particular areas of Michelangelo scholarship. Various methodological approaches will be introduced, and students will grapple with the most current issues in Michelangelo studies and acquire basic research skills necessary for further research in art history. Through lectures, the instru
3.4.2 ‘Real world’ skills Although we are describing these as a separate set of skills, we hope that you can see the value of these skills in supporting your learning, as well as being important for many other aspects of your life. In this unit we have been focusing on: The next activity is similar to the one you have just done, but here the focus is o
Although we are describing these as a separate set of skills, we hope that you can see the value of these skills in supporting your learning, as well as being important for many other aspects of your life. In this unit we have been focusing on:
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Armstrong Experience: Elyana Salas
Elyana Salas talks about the importance of her volunteer work during Armstrong's day of service.
Messefilm HEIKO 2011 Qundis
Film production by ALPHA deutsches-messe-tv. Showing the exhibitor Qundis on the fair HEIKO in 2011. http://www.deutsches-messe-tv.de/ Filmproduktion der ALPHA deutsches-messe-tv. Gezeigt wird der Aussteller Qundis auf der Messe HEIKO im Jahr 2011.
Messefilm HEIKO 2011
This trade fair film is produced by ALPHA deutsches-messe-film. It shows the fair HEIKO in 2011. http://www.deutsches-messe-tv.de/ Dieser Messefilm der ALPHA deutsches-messe-film zeigt die HEIKO im Jahr 2011.
David Relman: The Stability of the Human Microbiome (MWV51)
In episode 51 of MicrobeWorld Video, filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Washington, D.C., on February 18, 2011, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with David Relamn, M.D., Thomas M. and Joan C. Merigan Professor, Department of Medicine - Division of Infectious Diseases, and Department of Microbiology & Immunology in the Stanford University School of Medicine. Maloy and Relman discuss microbial flora in the mouth and gut and why they are important for human health. Th
Advances in Optical Speckle Processing, Lecture II
Advances in Optical Speckle Processing, Lecture II
17.869 Political Science Scope and Methods (MIT)
This course is designed to provide an introduction to a variety of empirical research methods used by political scientists. The primary aims of the course are to make you a more sophisticated consumer of diverse empirical research and to allow you to conduct advanced independent work in your junior and senior years. This is not a course in data analysis. Rather, it is a course on how to approach political science research.
TWC9: EF June CTP, jPlayer, Kinect Gesture Toolkit, and a flying car This week on Channel 9, Dan flies solo covering the week's top developer news (A technical snafu in our other studio hosed the audio of the first recording of the show with Brian Keller).
This week on Channel 9, Dan flies solo covering the week's top developer news (A technical snafu in our other studio hosed the audio of the first recording of the show with Brian Keller).
Episode 50 - Matt Winkler Builds an AppFabric Application In this episode, Matthew Winkler—Senior Program Manager Lead on the AppFabric Team—talks to Steve and Wade about building AppFabric Applications. AppFabric Applications bring new ways o
In this episode, Matthew Winkler—Senior Program Manager Lead on the AppFabric Team—talks to Steve and Wade about building AppFabric Applications. AppFabric Applications bring new ways o
Membrane Lipids Illustrations
The first of 14 PowerPoint files containing slides for a topical unit of medical cell biology instruction within the broader categories of Cellular Membranes, Organelles and Molecular Traffic, and Cytoskeleton. Only slides containing illustrations are included. Although text slides are not provided, image slides featuring text are intact. PowerPoint animation of text and images has been removed, but there are several slide sequences that when shown consecutively provide image animation. Illustra
What a Drag! Activity
The purpose of this activity is to demonstrate how drag affects falling objects. Students will make a variety of shapes out of paper and see how size and shape affects the speed with which their paper shapes fall. They will also be able to see how the weight of an object changes the speed with which it falls.
How Big? Lesson
The objective of Lesson 2 is for student teams to determine the size of the caverns. Lesson two has student teams measure their classroom to determine area and volume; determine how many people could comfortably sleep in their classroom; scale this number up to find the required area for all Alabraskans. The lesson provides a good application of area and volume concepts. Students also perform math conversions between feet, meters, miles and kilometers.
Who Needs What?
The teacher leads a discussion in which students identify the physical needs of animals, and then speculate on the needs of plants. With guidance from the teacher, the students then help design an experiment that can take place in the classroom to test whether or not plants need light and water in order to grow. Sunflower seeds are planted in plastic cups, and once germinated, are exposed to different conditions. In particular, within the classroom setting it is easy to test for the effects of l
Basic Alignment Angles
Alignment angles are and have always been an excellent indicator of other more serious problems related to the vehicle. Recognition of these angles is a trait that today's technician should try to hone in order to be able to better trouble shoot other associated problems. Your objective is to see if you can immediately recognize the basic alignment angles on sight including whether it is positive or negative.