A Law of Crisis or A Crisis of Law? The EU Legal Order Under Stress [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Neil Walker | The EU’s early success owed much to the law’s understated role as the motor of integration, but a more emphatic legal approach to the recent European crisis has been less successful. What does this mean for the future of European law, and the EU itself? Neil Walker holds the Regius Chair of Public Law and the Law of Nature and Nations at the University of Edinburgh.
Virtual Maths - Basic Structures, shear force point of load
Interactive simulation demonstrating shear force at point of load
Survey of London: volumes 43 and 44 - Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs
The dockland parish of All Saints’, Poplar, encompasses the ancient hamlet of Poplar itself, the old shipbuilding centre of Blackwall, and the former industrial districts of Millwall and Cubitt Town. Poplar’s story is one of development and redevelopment on both the grand and the comparatively small scale, driven in the nineteenth century by mercantile interests and manufacturing, and after the Second World War by de-industrialization and the obsolescence of the Thames-side docks. The East a
Survey of London: volume 38 - South Kensington Museums Area
At the core of this volume is a study of the estate in South Kensington and Westminster acquired under the auspices of Prince Albert by the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition of 1851, and developed as a remarkable cultural centre for the applied arts and sciences. In many ways the great sequence of world-famous institutions described here – such as the Victorian and Albert Museum, the National History Museum, the Royal Albert Hall, and the Imperial Institute – is a memorial to the Princ
Intro to Chemistry: 5.1 Introduction to Stoichiometry (3/3)
Join award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry: 5.1 Introduction to Stoichiometry.
Up Close with Brent Hoberman, Serial Entrepreneur, Investor and Co-Founder of Lastminute.com
Brent Hoberman, discusses his entrepreneurial career and what "being successful" means to him. He offers some insight into the success of Lastminute.com and what he's learnt as the Non-Executive Director at the Guardian Media Group and TalkTalk.
Michelle Obama and Elmo Discuss Exercise
Mrs. Obama and Elmo talk about exercise on Sesame Street.
Science of Skin
Americans spend billions to beautify their outermost organ -- to make it softer and younger, to erase wrinkles, conceal freckles, fake a tan, or flaunt a tattoo. At the March 10 Corvallis Science Pub, Arup Indra of the Oregon State University College of Pharmacy discussed what scientists know about skin development and what happens when things go awry. The Science Pub presentation was recorded at the Old World Deli located at 341 S.W. Second St. in Corvallis. Indra and his wife, Gitali Indra,
What Is an Electrical Inverter?
An electrical inverter is a device that can create an alternating
current from a direct current, allowing the current to go backwards and forwards instead of in only one direction. Find out how an electrical inverter works from a science teacher in this
Multiplying and Dividing Integers
Good video; shows an easy way of remembering same signs vs. different signs.
The Genius of Mozart (Part 10 of 18)
"The Genius of Mozart" (2004)<
Information Theory in an Industrial Research Lab
Dr. Marcelo Weinberger Hewlett-Packard Labs November 19, 2007 -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_- Computer Science Colloquium 2007 Sponsored by the Purdue University Department of Computer Science
Unionization at Ford in 1930s and early 1940s
[CAUTION: There are scenes with dead workers in caskets that might be disturbing as well as some comments.] Ford was considered the model of manufacturing technology in the 1920s. By offering the $5 day, and other benefits, Ford was also considered a model employer. The video does not explain that the $5 was only for workers who followed Ford's philosophy. The Great Depression changed that perception and worker unrest led to a unionization drive. Ford was more resistant than the
Energy and Electricity in Science : How Does Electricity Light Up a Bulb?
Electricity is used to light up a bulb by heating up the tungsten filament to the point that it glows white. Find out why light bulbs burn out with information from science teacher, Steve Jones. There are English captions.
First year student experience
This case study reports on enhancing the first year student experience by engaging students in the practise of business through provision of a coherent and relevant set of learning activities
An investigation of geological and geochemical characteristics of late-Quaternay sediments in the Ge
Core samples of postglacial sediments and sediment surface samples from Shepherd Lake on the Bruce Peninsula, Harts Lake on the Canadian Shield, and two cores from Georgian Bay (core P-l in the western deep part and core P-7 in the eastern shallow part) have been analyzed for pH, grain size distribution, water content, bulk density, loss on ignition at 4500C and 11000 C, major oxides (Si02 ,A1203,!FeO,MgO,CaO, Na20,K20,Ti02 ,MnO and P205) and trace elements (Ba,Zr,Sr,y,S, Zn,Cu,Ni,Ce and Rb). Th
Lecture 26 - 11/22/2010
A. Richard Newton Distinguished Innovator Lecture Series - Auren Hoffman
Auren Hoffman, an IEOR grad from Cal is an active founder, CEO, advisor and investor who both builds and connects. He founded Kyber Systems, while still at Berkeley and sold the company after graduation. On the heels of that, he sold a website Get Relevant and another company BridgePath in 2002 He is currently CEO of LiveRamp, formerly known as Rapleaf (where he was founder and CEO) and recently acquired by Acxiom for $310 million.
Korean War ( Pressure for peace ) 13/15
Korean War - Pressure for peace Video gives history of the war. See Korea as the soldiers saw it. Pictures are real and may be disturbing. (CAUTION: Scenes of executions and dead bodies)
Egypt's Golden Empire : The Warrior Pharaohs 3/8
A quote from the movie: "For over 3,000 years a story has lain hidden beneath the sands of Egypt. A story we are only now beginning to reclaim. It is a story of a time we call The New Kingdom. It left us the greatest treasures of the ancient world: an extraordinary legacy in papyrus, stone and gold. But behind these treasures lies an epic tale of real people: people like Ramesses, Tutankhamen the Boy King, and one of the most beautiful and powerful women of the ancient world, Queen Nefertiti." S