2.4 Homeomorphic surfaces
Surfaces are a special class of topological spaces that crop up in many places in the world of mathematics. In this unit, you will learn to classify surfaces and will be introduced to such concepts as homeomorphism, orientability, the Euler characteristic and the Classification Theorum.
Zebrafish circulation throughout body
Blood flow though the heart with detailed blood transport to and from the tail of the Danio.
My House, My Rights
This package takes an interactive journey through the house of an individual with learning disabilities. In each room the learner is challenged by some of the ways that the rights of individuals with LD are often disregarded by HCPs within their own homes.
Examining ionic, covalent and mixed bonding in atoms.
First in America: Dickinson Pride
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Duke Medicine: Accelerating Progress
Duke's work in basic science and translational medicine aims to make a true difference in peoples lives.
Duke Medicine: Driving Discovery, Redesigning Care
The Duke Cancer Institute offers a team approach to providing the best breast cancer care possible. Watch cancer patient Tamara's story and hear from Duke Cancer Institute physicians and researchers.
Elon Law Leadership Program Case Studies: Simon O'Brien
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J. Brett Harvey: Coal and Gas for the Future
Carnegie Mellon University's top-ranked College of Engineering continued its successful Leadership Speakers Series by hosting CONSOL Energy Inc.'s Chairman and CEO J. Brett Harvey, who discussed "CONSOL Energy's Approach to Powering America: Coal and Gas for the Future." Prior to joining CONSOL, Harvey was president and chief executive officer of PacificCorp Energy Inc., a subsidiary of PacifiCorp, one of the nation's largest electric utility companies. A fourth-generation coal miner, Harvey be
Valpo engineering student Kyle Hanson
Valparaiso University engineering student Kyle Hanson discusses his hands-on experience working with an international construction firm, serving as a project engineer on a multi-million dollar addition to Valpo's College of Engineering. More information can be found at valpo.edu/engineering.
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GoNU.TV Series Recap - Baseball vs. William and Mary - April 29-May 1, 2011
On a beautiful spring afternoon at Friedman Diamond in Brookline, Mass., the Northeastern University baseball team fell to the William & Mary Tribe 5-4 in the rubber match of a weekend CAA series.
2011 Richard H. Driehaus Prize Award Ceremony -- Peck Acceptance Speech
Robert A. Peck accepts the 2011 Henry Hope Reed Award, given in conjunction with the Driehaus Prize. Peck examines the cultural and political significance of public buildings.
This patient education program explains burns, the different degrees of burns, and how they may be treated. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
On Modern University & University Students A
Issues regarding modern university and university students are issues close to home, which you students cannot ignore as mere knowledge or general issues. In this course, we expect you to consider these issues with historical knowledge.
Hyde Park contempt trial, tape 4
Alan MacEachern (Boston Police Department) testifies in the criminal contempt trial of Michael Gaine (Hyde Park resident). MacEachern describes the events on the afternoon of August 22. MacEachern says that Bertha Brooks told him that Gaine was on Ross Field in violation of a restraining order. MacEachern says that Brooks reported that Gaine urinated in front of her home; that Brooks did not mention any obscene gestures made by Gaine. MacEachern says that he told Gaine to leave the field and tha
Aryeh Neier spoke to the MIT community about the worldwide work of the Open Society Foundations to secure education, health and justice for marginalized people. Aryeh Neier is president of the Open Society Foundations. Prior to joining the Open Society Institute in 1993, he served for 12 years as executive director of Human Rights Watch, of which he was a founder in 1978. Before that, he worked 15 years at the American Civil Liberties Union, including eight years as national executive director.
Mark Schoenfield: “Love, Death, and Form in the Modern Sonnet”
Watch video from the May 4 Thinking Out of the Lunchbox event. Mark Schoenfield, professor of English, spoke on “Love, Death, and Form in the Modern Sonnet.” Since the Renaissance, the sonnet has been an especially beloved form for the writers and readers of English poetry, and if these 14 lines monuments to a momentkeep reading »
Quel est l'intérêt d'une transmission progressive de l'image sur internet et sur les mobiles ? (TI
Quels sont les avantages de la transmission progressive des images dans les cas de faible connectivité ou débit par exemple et comment réaliser cette transmission.
Ever wondered how a computer processes data into information? This unit will help you to understand the distinction between the two and examines how a computer-based society impacts on daily life. You will learn what computers can do with data to produce information and how computers can be used to work with data and search for it, control machines, and support commercial operations.