This is a website by Syracuse Research Corporation. It contains numerous reference information including a link to the PBT profiler that SRC created for the U.S. EPA - this model predicts risk related data (physical/chemical properties, bioconcentrations, environmental fate, carcinogenicity and toxicity). There is also a link to a childhood lead risk assessment model, environmental fate database, and a physical properties database (> 25,000 chemicals). All the latter requires is a CAS number b
Identification of T Lymphocytes
In a clinical setting, it is often necessary to examine the cells of the immune system, especially in patients with immune deficiencies. One method takes advantage of the fact that lymphocytes will bind foreign red blood cells to form rosettes which can be enumerated microscopically. Specifically, the Ox49/50 antigen on the rat T lymphocyte surface has been identified as the probable binding site of the sheep rbcs. In this exercise, we will show that the number of antigen-binding lymphocytes inc
A Mother and Son Talk about Bookshare
The Elon Part-time N.C. MBA Program
Designed for working professionals from the Triad, Triangle and beyond, the Elon MBA is one of the outstanding programs of the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, which is accredited by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Lecture 2, September 1
Marketing - MKTG 25010 Lectures - Lecture 2, September 1 - Kent State University > COLLEGES > College of Business Administration > COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION > Marketing > MKTG 25010 Lectures > Lecture 2, September 1
The SOLUTIONS Song - (Solute and Solvent) - Rock with Journey's "Don't Stop Believing"
This song parody will reinforce some concepts regarding "solutions" in science. It distinguishes "solute" from "solvent" and emphasizes some of the characteristics of a solution and aqueous solutions. Mr. Edmonds uses visuals as he sings. This is a great resource to work in conjunction with a lesson/unit on solutions. Middle school and high school students will enjoy this catchy tune. (03:54)
Campus Tours: Windows Accessibility Lab Recently Daniel Hubbel from the Windows team met with us to talk about the Ease of Access features in Windows. Last week he invited us over to see the lab where all of these features are tested. The lab, tucked away behind a discreet door in a typical Microsoft hallway, is setup with a living room area and several stations that represent the workspaces of fictional users with various c
Recently Daniel Hubbel from the Windows team met with us to talk about the Ease of Access features in Windows. Last week he invited us over to see the lab where all of these features are tested. The lab, tucked away behind a discreet door in a typical Microsoft hallway, is setup with a living room area and several stations that represent the workspaces of fictional users with various c
C++ and Beyond 2011: Sean Gibb - C++ and Hardware, C++11, C++ Renaissance While attending C++ and Beyond 2011, I was able to convince a few fellow attendees to get in front of the camera and talk about C++, how they use the language, and what they think of C++11 and C++ and Beyond.
Here, we meet Sean Gibb, Director of Software at Rad3 Communications, a company that builds hardware and soft
While attending C++ and Beyond 2011, I was able to convince a few fellow attendees to get in front of the camera and talk about C++, how they use the language, and what they think of C++11 and C++ and Beyond.
15.316 Building and Leading Effective Teams (MIT)
This course is an intensive one-week introduction to leadership, teams, and learning communities. The class meets daily for five days. The class serves as an introduction of concepts and uses a variety of experiential exercises to develop individual and team skills, as well as supportive relationships within the Leaders for Manufacturing class. As part of the focus on leadership, it discusses the idea of the "Universe Within", the images, thoughts, and experiences that are internal to
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How Did the Universe Begin?
This fun Web site is part of OLogy, where kids can collect virtual trading cards and create projects with them. Here, they learn about the work of Edwin Hubble and how his work contributed to the formation of the Big Bang Theory.
What a UMass gathering!
Offer some food and set up some cameras, and the fall 2011 entering class at UMass Amherst shows its stuff! The 4,700 first-year students at UMass Amherst gathered over Labor Day weekend for a barbecue and photo shoot at McGuirk Alumni Stadium.
El Nino Sea Surface Temperature and Height Anomaly on a Globe: January 1997 through August 1998
An animation of sea surface temperature and sea surface height anomalies in the Pacific Ocean for the period January 1997 through August 1998. The data is shown on a rotating globe.
Making a Pinhole Camera
Notes for conducting a lesson on how to make and use a pinhole camera, plus an explanation of how it works. See also corresponding worksheet for pupils.
Duke Chapel Live - 9/4/2011
Duke Chapel Live - 9/4/2011
Learn about Woodrow Wilson 1856 - 1924
This one minute overview deals with Wilson as a president and dwells mostly on his war efforts and the failure of his League of Nations.
Zin Zin Zin a Violin! - Elementary Performance
Students from Pleasant Grove Elementary perform the poem "Zin, Zin, Zin a Violin!" by Lloyd Moss. The audio quality is good, considering it is being taped from the audience. Students will enjoy watching the choreography that goes along with their performance. (05:01)
Rachel Easton, Valpo '05
Rachel Easton is a 2005 graduate of Valparaiso University, who discusses her experience at Valpo, and how even thought deeeply involved in the arts, she received a great science education which led to her career as a veterinarian. More information the unique Valpo experience at Valpo.edu/whatsyourpart/