Newton's Third Law of Motion: Astronauts in Outer Space
The sensation of "weightlessness" that orbiting astronauts experience on their missions would seem to make their tasks almost effortless. However, as Newton's third law of motion suggests, working in space can be physically demanding. This video segment, adapted from NOVA, illustrates the significance of Newton's law to space-walking astronauts and the engineers who design their spacecrafts. (4:51)
1L Part-Time Academic Advising
1L Part-Time Academic Advising
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Why Use Google Apps for Business?
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Tips voor Mac OS X-gebruikers Informatieve site voor Mac OS X-gebruikers. Je vindt er
Informatieve site voor Mac OS X-gebruikers. Je vindt er
Coastal Engineering Projects
This course outlines standard methods for the hydraulic design of structures such as levees, breakwaters, stormwater detention basins and flood channels, spillways, bridges, scour protection, wastewater/desalination outfall diffusers, and wave energy converters. Students will work in small groups to propose solutions to specified design problems. For each project, they will write a technical memo outlining their solution to the problem, and will present their design to the class via a PowerPoi
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Keep it short (but not too short)
Shorter paragraphs and pages will help make your writing easier to read on the web, but you don't have to sacrifice important content.
Professor Megan Davis - Recognition of culture
The recommendations include a new section in the Australian constitution, Section 51A, which would recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples including their prior occupation, their continuing relationship with the land, their continuing cultures, language and heritage. Video 3 in the series "Indigenous Constitutional Recognition" The expert panel on the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian constitution made five recommendations to address t
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Occupations That Use Fractions
The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963) of the Cold War lead to the launching of several satellites to detect nuclear energy blasts. Satellites did detect blasts, not from the earth or our moon as expected, but from random places all over the sky. This segment from Swift: Eyes through Time covers the accidental discovery of gamma-ray bursts and the 30-plus years quest to understand them. (3:50)
The arm - engineers armed for medical rehabilitation - Garth Johnson
Professor Garth Johnson will describe how biomechanical engineering is improving joint replacement treatment for older people, in this annual lecture organised by the Bath Institute of Medical Engineering.
History Of Steel Drums.com
This video shows students how to tell what a good steel drum looks like and what to listen for. The presenter gives several examples of the sound quality. (1:53)
HLPC Cultural Medallion, Ed Koch, December 12, 2013
Installment of the Cultural Medallion honoring Ed Koch on December 12, 2013. The ceremony was led by Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, who established the Cultural Medallion program for the Historic Landmarks Preservation Center. From the Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel Collection, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University.
Welcome Remarks - Arvind Varma
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This Week @Minnesota: Film Fest, BioClock Baby Plan, and Mountains were Oceans
In this episode of This Week @Minnesota, check out highlights from the National Public Health Film Festival, learn about U of M Reproductive Medicine Center's BioClock Baby Plan, and check out an art exhibit from U student artists.
Pruis Calculus 04/09/2012
Pruis Calculus Class from April 9, 2012
How the States Got Their Shapes Too
Was Roger Williams too pure for the Puritans, and what does that have to do with Rhode Island? Why did Augustine Herman take 10 years to complete the map that established Delaware? How did Rocky Mountain rogues help create the state of Colorado? All this and more is explained in Mark Stein's new book. Speaker Biography: Mark Stein is a playwright and screenwriter. His plays have been performed off-Broadway and at theaters throughout the country. Stein has also taught writing and drama at Americ
UW Timeline: Scribner Shunt - 1960
In 1960, University of Washington professor Belding Scribner and his team collaborated to save the lives of countless patients affected by end-stage kidney disease with the invention of the Scribner Shunt. Scribner later founded the world's first out-patient dialysis center in Seattle, making long-term treatment possible for the first time in history.