QSTORM: Looking Inside Nerve Cells
Our nerve cells contain thread-like molecular-scale transport systems that ferry essential materials from cell bodies to the tips of their axons and back. Diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's seem to be associated with traffic jams on these sub-cellular highways. Hear how Carnegie Mellon researcher Ge Yang and the QSTORM biological imaging team are working to achieve super-resolution views of traffic flow beyond the traditional limits of microscopy.
Invention of the Automobile
In this video clip, learn about who inspired Henry Ford to get into the car business and also see why motorized wheels has been called one of the greatest inventions in modern history. (4:16)
Trading at Noon: Best Buy deal is back on with Schulze
Aug 27 - Best Buy will let founder Richard Schulze conduct due diligence and form an investment group with private equity sponsors as he tries to take the retailer private.
"A University Rising" UT success of the past year
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Have you ever seen white phosphorus? See how reactive it is in this video. The professors at the University of Nottingham demonstrate (03:49).
Using limits to Define a Continuous Function
A Continuous Function is defined in terms of limits and various discontinuities are discussed. Animated graphics on white board. The explanation is clear and understandable. Provided by http://www.free-academy.com./
Directional Dependent Limits
An introduction into directionally dependent limits. This lecture explains how to find positive and negative limits using the table method. Animated graphics on white board. The explanation is clear and understandable.Brought to you by http://www.Free-Academy.com
This video illustrates how language learners are able to improve pronunciation without copying. They do it by becoming more careful about what they listen to, what they say and what they see. Here the instructor does give guidance. But the learner can do this all themselves in time. (4:00)
This video is a catchy, upbeat song that defines and tells all about common nouns. The lyrics for the song appear on the screen as they are mentioned in the song. This song is a fun way to learn about nouns. Lyrics for the song are available at the owner's web site. (2:58)
The Pythagorean Theorem
The Pythagorean Theorem - Just a few basic problems using the pythagorean theorem along with an application problem using the pythagorean theorem.
Cómo conseguir que tu hijo lea
Este vídeo da unos consejos para conseguir que tu hijo lea, y que lo haga a gusto. (4:43)
Las categorías taxonómicas
Los seres vivos se clasifican en categorías taxonómicas. Estas sirven para diferenciar a unas y otras especies. Este vídeo explica con un ejemplo en qué consiste este sistema.(2:11)
Schoolhouse Rock - Ready or Not, Here I Come (5s)
The theme of this Schoolhouse Rock video is counting by 5's. The cartoon is cute and the song has a catchy tune. This might be a fun video to show after teaching 5's. (3:01)
ISS Update - Aug. 28, 2012
The International Space Station video update for Aug. 28, 2012.
Days of the Week Hip Hop
A hip hop version of the classic Days of the Week song. (1:51)
Gas and Solid Density Lab Notes The Protestant Reformation Aladdin and Princess Pea
Gas and Solid Density Lab Notes
Video to watch in preparation for the Gas Density Procedure
This is a lecture with PowerPoint presentation about the Protestant Reformation. (11:00)
Gain skills in reading and spelling, practice finding the letters of the alphabet, and build vocabulary with this video of the story of Aladdin. Using this Super WHY! episode, students learn about taking initiative using the story of "Aladdin". Students explore the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling and use the power of reading to change the story. Students follow along as Princess Pea is wishing for a playhouse to appear but no matter how many times she waves her wand, nothing happens! Th
The Protestant Reformation
Aladdin and Princess Pea