Physicist Associate Professor Martin Sevior and software engineer Tom Highfield explain how commercial cloud computing can be enlisted in the service of answering questions about the origins of the universe. With science host Shane Huntington.
The Student Leader
In this video segment from the American Experience: "Freedom Riders" Web site, watch interviews and newsreel footage and see archival photos to learn about the early efforts of a prominent student leader of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Diane Nash, a young Chicago native, was attending Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, when she was introduced to nonviolent direct action. She quickly became an influential student activist through her leadership of sit-ins in Nashville, her p
Human Culture and Navigation || Radcliffe Institute
HUMAN CULTURE AND NAVIGATION
Richard Feinberg 11:06
Professor, Department of Anthropology
Kent State University
Silvia Benedito 04:26
Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture
Harvard Graduate School of Design
Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring
The intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring service works to identify new neurological impairment during surgery to allow for prompt correction, provides functional guidance to the surgeons and ultimately the best patient outcomes.
Department of Anesthesiology
UMMC Division of General Surgery
Our surgical techs -- supervised by a surgeon and nurse -- ensure that the OR environment is safe, that equipment functions properly, and that the procedure is conducted under conditions that maximize patient safety.
Preparing for Surgery
UMMC Division of General Surgery
Vaccine for Pets Protects People.mov
Chagas disease is the single most common cause of congestive heart failure and sudden death in the world. The devastating parasitic infection affects millions of people throughout Central and South America. But as global travel increases, it's becoming a greater threat in the United States and Europe as well. Chagas, which is caused by the parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, or T. cruzi, is the leading cause of death among young-to-middle-age adults in endemic areas of South America, and many people liv
OrganWise Guys Shorts: Refrigerate Your Food
Come learn about health and nutrition with the OrganWise Guys! In this short: to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know it," the OrganWise Guys tell kids why it's important to put leftover and unused foods in the fridge. (1min)
Cómo funciona una central nuclear (en español)
En una central nuclear se pueden distinguir tres edificios:
- Edificio de contención
- Sala de turbinas
- Torre de refrigeración
Al lado podemos encontrar el agua del mar, un río, o un lago.
Utiliza este video para descubrir la estructura interna y externa de una central nuclear. (1:30)
FORMATIC 2012 – Logiciels adaptés pour la rééducation des personnes souffrant de troubles cogni
Titre : FORMATIC 2012 – Usage de logiciels adaptés pour la rééducation des personnes souffrant de troubles cognitifs
Auteur(s) : Robert Forest (Directeur Handica Réussir).
Résumé : Les communications présentent une étude et une expérience d'utilisation de réseaux sociaux destinés aux personnes malades ou en perte d'autonomie et à leurs proches ainsi que des projets de mise en œuvre de logiciels et solutions TIC Santé et des actions d’accompagnement auprès d'en
Rational Exponent Rules - Problem 1 of 4
This video is a continuation and presents an example that demonstrates how to apply the rules for rational exponents. This example explains how to simplify a rational expression with fractional exponents. (2:17)
The Hunger Games - Official Theatrical Trailer + Review
This selection contains the official trailer for the film The Hunger Games based on the novel by Suzanne Collins. Set in the future in Panem, which was once known as North America, the capitol keeps the people in line by sending one boy and one girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen to participate in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV. ( 3:40)
11.373 Science, Politics, and Environmental Policy (MIT)
This class examines the role of science in the US environmental policy-making process. It investigates the methods scientists use to learn about the natural world, the way scientific knowledge accumulates, the treatment of science by advocates and the media, and the role of science in legislative, administrative and judicial decision making. It also considers how other political systems use science in an effort to put the US approach in comparative perspective.
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