Science Project: Making an Erupting Volcano
In this video, the Activity TV science team shows how to make a model of an erupting volcano. Sand is used to make the volcano look as though it is on an island. The volcano eruption is caused by mixing water, vinegar, and baking soda. Clear directions are given for each part of the project as well as an explanation of the reaction between the baking soda and vinegar.
6.004 - Computation Structures - Lecture 5 Recorded on 2-23-12
Recorded on 2-23-12
Society, Geographic Change and the New Longevity
Dr. Vincent J. Del Casino, Jr., Associate Dean, University of Arizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences; Professor of Geography and Development, presented this lecture on Feb. 21, 2012. It was the fifth presentation in the College of Science's Living Beyond 100 lecture series. Abstract: Data demonstrate that the world's human population is getting older as life expectancy continues to increase globally. Much of this increase is taking place in the so-called developing world. Despite th
Wolf Spider Carrying Spiderlings on its Back
This short video gives excellent, real life close up footage of a Wolf Spider carrying spiderlings on its back. All wolf spiders are agile, fast-moving ground predators. This species is brownish in color, and males are typically darker than females, with more distinct markings. Like all spiders they have four pairs of legs. In front of the walking legs there is also a pair of leg-like palps, which are used in males for sperm storage. This is a great resource to help build background kn
Origins of Black History Month
In this video clip take a brief look at the History of African Americans and Black History Month. African American history dates back to the colonial era but was ignored by historians and the public until the 20th century. (3:01)
PharmTalk - Arizona State Board of Pharmacy
Did you know pharmacists are licensed by a state board? Learn more about what the board does and where it does it. The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy http://www.pharmacy.arizona.edu
Debt Relief - Get FREE from Debt with Debt Cutter
By: jackdickson91 Debtcutter.com.au is world class organization provide you debt relief services, aka debt consolidation is referred to as the process of combining multiple loans into one loan. Facilities like longer repayment period and low monthly payment option is availed by debt consolidation procedure.
Update on Discovery Transition from Kevin Templin (2/2)
NASA Public Affairs Officer Kyle Herring continues his discussion with Kevin Templin, the Transition Integration Manager for the Space Shuttle Program Transition and Retirement Office, about the work being done on space shuttle Discovery to prepare the vehicle for retirement and ferry flight. Part one here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tpZmPlAaOo
Kabouter Tuur zoekt een huis : Verhaal Het huis van kabouter Tuur is kapot. Hij moet een nieuw huis zoeken en inrichten. Dit verhaal dient als vertrekpunt voor een aantal andere activiteiten:
Het huis van kabouter Tuur is kapot. Hij moet een nieuw huis zoeken en inrichten. Dit verhaal dient als vertrekpunt voor een aantal andere activiteiten:
When Languages & Engineering Combine | URI's International Engineering Program
The University of Rhode Island's International Engineering Program provides students the opportunity to combine engineering and language skills, and prepares them for careers in a global world.
SFU: Canada's Engaged University
Just what does it mean to be an engaged university? Simon Fraser University President Andrew Petter unpacks SFU's new strategic vision--in a most animated fashion! Visit http://www.sfu.ca/engage
ENGAGE at CCA: Designing Ecology with Año Nuevo
Spring 2010 at Año Nuevo Island, San Mateo County, California CCA Ceramics chair Nathan Lynch and his students collaborated with Oikonos eco-science nonprofit and REBAR art, design, and social activism group to design nesting modules to be adopted and protected to the currently threatened rhinoceros aucklet birds living on Año Nuevo Island. ENGAGE at CCA acts as a hub to connect CCA students and faculty with a world outside the classroom by using creative practices to solve pressing social n
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Environmental Film Series
Environmental Studies Director, Dr. Ann Fisher-Wirth has teamed with Dr. Andy Harper, Media & Documentary Projects Director, on an Environmental Film Series aimed to open students to a discussion about environmental issues the world is dealing with today. The series will also offer a lecture by the internationally acclaimed environmental activist, biologist and author Sandra Steingraber. Video by Mary Stanton.
Leadership and Political Marketing in the Republican Primaries
Political marketing and strong leadership skills will be key focal points during the campaign for the United States presidency in 2012. In the first of a series of briefings Dr Paul Baines and Professor Donna Ladkin discuss how they see the election campaigns developing following the Super Tuesday results from the Republican primary elections.
2012 Pirate Men's Tennis - Meet the Players
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Goniometrische getallen : Onthoudblad Dit document is gebaseerd op Delta Nova 3B (hoofdstuk 6.1).
Met dit document kan je de leerlingen een duidelijk overzicht aanbieden van de goniometrische getallen en formules. Ook het gebruik van het grafisch rekentoestel (TI 84) komt hierin …
Dit document is gebaseerd op Delta Nova 3B (hoofdstuk 6.1).
Parsons' Sick Role
The concept, sources, criticisms and strengths of the sick role as developed by Talcott Parsons.
Laura Lippman: 2011 National Book Festival
Laura Lippman appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Laura Lippman grew up in Baltimore and was a reporter for 20 years, including 12 years at The (Baltimore) Sun. She began writing novels while working fulltime and published seven books about "accidental PI" Tess Monaghan before leaving daily journalism in 2001. Her work has been awarded the Edgar and the Agatha prizes, among many others. She was the first-ever recipient of the Mayor's Prize for Literary Excellence and