Lecture 10: Advances in Biomedical Engineering
Professor Lionel Tarassenko on "Advances in Biomedical Engineering". Biomedical Engineering is a relatively new subject but advances in body scanners (from CT to MRI) in the last 2 decades have had a major impact on the practice of medicine. Oxford engineers have made significant contributions to the development of medical imaging and in other areas of biomedical engineering also, for example in artificial knees and needle-free injection of drugs and vaccines. The lecture reviewed Oxford's contr
Things are now always what they seem, especially when it comes to snakes like these. Watch some amazing camouflaged snakes. This video would be great to introduce the following concepts: animal defenses, camouflage, fright, mimicry, and/or protective resemblance. Run time 02:00.
Why History Matters: A Panel Discussion || Radcliffe Institute
Historians Joyce Antler, Nancy F. Cott, Thavolia Glymph, Linda Gordon, Linda K. Kerber, and Alice Kessler-Harris take questions from the audience and each other during a panel discussion about US women's history and Gerda Lerner (1920--2013), who was a singular force in developing the field.
Tube your Future
Tube Your Future is a video contest aimed at 3rd, 4th and 5th year secondary education students who create and film their own ideas of what it is like to work in the world of science and technology by interviewing a professional in their respective discipline. The contest is organised by the science centre, NEMO and it was developed in 2008 as a pilot project within the context of the European research project GAPP whose purpose is to encourage more students, particularly girls, into an educatio
LET´S PLAY WITH COLOURS
An animated cartoon singing about different colors. (1:17)
El Greco celebrated 400 years after his death
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Lifestyle News: http://smarturl.it/LifestyleNews El Greco's "The Disrobing of Christ" has hung in this Toledo cathedral's sacristy for centuries. And it's been lovingly restored for the city's celebration of the 400th anniversary of the artist's death. Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financ
Interview with Professor Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf
Professor Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf was one of the grandfathers of Himalayan anthropology. Alan Macfarlane, one of his last PhD students at the School of Oriental and African Studies and now himself Professor of Anthropological Science at the Univesity of Cambridge, interviewed Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf in his house in Lode, near Cambridge, in June 1983. The interview was filmed on Sony U-Matic, a large format video tape, which is now obsolete but which has been digitised to DVCam, a
Traveling South America
This is a video of a two year world trip in South America. On this movie it travels from Brazil, Peru, Bolivia to Argentina. Note: There is no sound on this video.
Special Lecture 03 - 11/24/2010
Special Lecture 03
UW|360 December 2013 -Synthetic DNA
UW|360 December 2013 -Synthetic DNA
Checklist - Study Placement
This is a resource released as part of the E-Portfolio Toolkit based on experience of developing the “Year Abroad E-Portfolio”, undertaken by the School of Languages at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Ancient Egypt_The Gift of the Nile
This is a 28 minute video that deals with the history of Egypt and its dependence on the Nile River to survive and grow. It shows how many of the iconic forms were built and the development of paper and even farming practices. A good introduction video to the study of this country.
Planned Giving @ Concordia: A loved one's legacy
Planned Giving @ Concordia: www.concordia.ca/plannedgiving Concordia Advancement and Alumni Relations: www.concordia.ca/alumni-giving Each of us, at one time or another, is inspired by someone to reach greater heights. For Tania Shamy — a three-time Concordia graduate, BFA 69, Dip Ed 72, MA 84 — her mother remains a continuous source of inspiration. Shamy's late mother, Yolande Tomiuk, BA 70, had four children yet managed to complete an undergraduate degree as an evening student at Concordi
Geraldine the Giraffe Learns All About /Oo/
In this cute video, Geraldine the Giraffe learns all about the vowel /Oo/. She learns to form the sound correctly (short o) and searches her house to find items that begin with short o. She finds an orange, olympics ring, on, and off. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review alphabet letter sounds in the early childhood classroom. (3:43)
This three minute video shows several temples and art and examines the Golden Age of Greece. This is a travel video with historical insights given. A good video to help students understand the achievements of Greece and look at the very places students usually learn about while studying this time period and the Greek pursuit of perfection.
Video is about Harriet Tubman and how she helped many different slaves obtain freedom. To this day Harriet Tubman is still remembered as "The Moses of her people" for good reason. From 1849 to 1860, in 17 dangerous missions to the Confederate South, she helped more than 300 slaves escape to freedom in the North.
Tornado Rips through Yazoo City In Mississippi
A tornado that devastated parts of
Mississippi was to blame for at least 10 deaths. Governor Haley Barbous
said the tornado caused "utter obliteration" in parts of the state (Running Time 1:30).
Quarter 4, Lesson 12 - Graphing Rational Functions
In this lesson we learn how to graph Rational Functions. We learn how to use the Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes to draw the hyperbolas that represent variations from the Parent Rational Function.
Anatomy: Central Nervous System
This video, from StudyBeat.com, is for older middle school students and high school students. The central nervous system is told through animation.
Evolution: Variation in a Species
This instructor in this video, Sal Khan, discusses how variation and mutation is introduced into a species. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors) to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education. Suitable for high school students.