Economic Update: "It's the System"
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Setting the rules of the game: corporate governance and the banking sector
As the financial crisis morphs into a sovereign debt crisis, the corporate governance of banks is back under the spotlight. Whose interests should bank boards be serving? And who should be monitoring what banks do?
A children oriented video with lots of facts about pengins. The two girls doing the interview might give students an idea on what they could do for a project.
This report outlines the process and findings from an innovative project for students. This work was part of the curriculum and involved students working with West Yorkshire Police as part of the safer Leeds project in designing and making a film for students n crime prevention and personal safety in Leeds
CES 2011: Kinect and Live Mesh CES 2011 was bigger than ever this year. I hit the show floor where Ryan Asdourian from Microsoft was giving a demo about Kinecting to your PC. He also takes us through Live Mesh.
CES 2011 was bigger than ever this year. I hit the show floor where Ryan Asdourian from Microsoft was giving a demo about Kinecting to your PC. He also takes us through Live Mesh.
Kids' Factory Music-"I See the Sun"
This is a sweet song with beautiful illustrations about the sun and stars. Some of the lyrics include "I see the sun, a big round sun. I see the moon, a big round moon, I see the stars, little, little stars-smiling just for me". This would be a great teaching resource for any younger elementary classroom for fun, general music class, or for a thematic unit on Earth or planets (2:40).
Ending the War on Drugs Illustrating the environment around infant stars like HL Tau Move to the rhythm Behavior and Policy #12-2 Market Failure
Interviewed by host Alan Butler, Mark Thornton discusses the failed War on Drugs, and how a return to sanity is possible if the intellectual, scientific, and ideological communities rise up against it. He also talks about Janet Yellen, the Fed, and our current economic situation.
By: nsf Artist's impression of a protoplanetary disk. Newly formed planets can be seen traveling around the central host star, sweeping their orbits clear of dust and gas. These same ring-link structures were observed recently by ALMA around the young star HL Tau. For more information visit: go.nrao.edu/pr/planet-formation-alma Credit: National Science Foundation, A. Khan
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Illustrating the environment around infant stars like HL Tau
Move to the rhythm
Behavior and Policy #12-2 Market Failure