A doctor, with animation, walks the viewer through the structure of the heart in easy-to-understand information. Features many amazing facts.
Human Anatomy - HIP
This is a computer-animated video (02:14) that describes how the function of hip bones and how they work. This video has English captions at the bottom of the screen. This may be good for big classrooms where sound may not travel well.
Anatomy of an Abrams Tank Part 1
he M1 Abrams Tank entered service with the US Army in 1980 and with the the United States Marine Corps in 1991.The Abrams is examined from several viewpoints. Students studying wars of recent times might like to compare this to previous such weapons from earlier times. The video is ten minutes. Also shows the importance of working together.
Eye Anatomy Review
This is a lesson on eye anatomy for demo purposes
The Liver and Drug Metabolism
The role of the liver in the metabolism of drugs.
Keith Gresham, David Hollander: Creative Commons - Guilt-Free Reuse of Others' Work PDF- February 25
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: Current copyright law can create problems and generate confusion for members of campus who would like to incorporate existing photographs, illustrations, music, video, and other forms of creative content into their own publications, presentations, and projects. Creative Commons provides an easy-to-understand alternative to traditional copyright and is designed precisely to encourage people to share and build upon the work of others. Creators of content disseminated o
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Demonstrators march for human rights
Human rights activists in the Philippines and Cambodia hold mass demonstrations to mark Human Rights Day
Monumental “Miniatures”: Large-scale Paintings from India
October 9, 2010 - April 2011: Drawing from the Museum’s collection, Monumental "Miniatures" features a selection of paintings dating from the fifteenth through twentieth centuries. With highlights including an elaborate storytelling scroll from the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh and a sumptuous depiction of Krishna and his beloved, Radha, from Kishangarh in the western state of Rajasthan, this exhibition explores the great regional and thematic diversity of India’s tradition o
Informed by Fire: Highlights of American Ceramics
March 6, 2010 - July 13, 2011: Clay used in artistic expression dates back to the dawn of civilization. In the past three centuries, artists from the United States have contributed to this rich ceramic tradition with vibrant, original and intelligent expressions in clay. Varied forms, surface decoration, use of glaze for color combined with science and skill shows the full breadth of possibilities as demonstrated by this selection of ceramics from the Museum's collection.
Tailoring Philadelphia: Tradition and Innovation in Menswear
October 2, 2010 - October 16, 2011: Drawn from the Museum’s rich collection of menswear, this exhibition focuses on one of Philadelphia’s most important industries in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: tailoring. Francis Toscani (1915–1973), one of the city’s most successful tailors, is featured, with over fifteen of the designer’s innovative garments on view.
PHY100 Session 2 Spring 2011
PHY100 Patterns in Nature Session Two 02/07/11 Jim Hill
Steven Hayward on Ronald Reagan at 100
Steven Hayward, author, political commentator and policy scholar, discusses "Reagan at 100: Why the Gipper Matters for the 21st Century" during The John Marshall International Center for the Study of Statesmanship's 2010-11 lecture series. Hayward is the F.K Weyerhaeuser Fellow in Law and Economics at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington and senior fellow at the Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy in San Francisco. February 2, 2011
GoNU.TV Game Recap - Men's Ice Hockey vs. Merrimack - February 4, 2011
The Northeastern men's hockey team was dealt a heartbreaking 4-3 overtime loss against #12 Merrimack on Friday night at Matthews Arena. Merrimack's Joe Cucci headlined the affair with a hat trick while the teams combined for a staggering 108 penalty minutes. Both Northeastern and Merrimack lit the lamp twice with the extra skater. The Huskies went 2-7 on the power play while the Warriors attacked on 2-of-6 opportunities.
GoNU.TV Game Recap - Women's Basketball vs. VCU - February 6, 2011
A strong second half surge by the Rams pushed VCU past Northeastern, 82-55, Sunday afternoon at Solomon Court. The Huskies trailed 42-31 at the half before VCU scored 40 second-half points to Northeastern's 24 to clinch the victory.
Contemporary Security Challenges (partial)
Dr Paul Cornish (Chatham House) gives a talk for the Hiliary Term 2011 ELAC/CCW seminar series. Please note: this is only a partial recording. we apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.
When I Grow Up
Learn more about possible career paths at East Carolina University.
Geometric Methods in Structural Computational Biology
This course is a short series of lectures on Structural Computational Biology, with an emphasis on geometric algorithms. Topics covered include basic data structures for modeling proteins; kinematics and inverse kinematics of protein chains; distance measures and alignment algorithms for protein structures; motif finding for the functional annotation of proteins; the application of robotics-derived methods to problems in protein modeling; and protein-ligand docking. The development of this cours
Course 5: Educating for Civil Societies
This final course in the Certificate of Teaching Mastery focuses on the application of teacher training to international development.