Imaginantes - El escarabajo dorado (Carl Gustav Jung)
Este anuncio de Imaginantes narra la razón de por qué Carl Jung comenzó a investigar la idea de sincronicidad. (1:27)
"I Can Be Anything" Written by Jerry Spinelli Read Aloud
This book is titled "I Can Be Anything" written by Jerry Spinelli. This is a great resource to help students recount stories and describe characters in a story. (2:18)
Imaginantes - De naranjas y poesía (Octavio Paz)
Este es un anuncio de Televisa (Imaginantes) que se centra en el poeta, Octavio Paz. (1:30)
Lab: Horizontally Launched Projectiles (with uncertainty analysis)
This is a version of the time-tested lab where students roll a ball off a table top and use kinematics in two dimensions to try to predict where the ball will land. While many versions of this lab have been previously published, in this version students determine the uncertainty of all measurements and uncertainty of their prediction. The techniques and vocabulary are consistent with the Introduction to Measurement packet.
Erfgoeddag 2013, Stop de tijd : Inspiratiebrochure De volgende editie van Erfgoeddag vindt plaats op zondag 21 april 2013 met als thema Stop de tijd! Om kandidaat-deelnemers op weg te helpen, ontwikkelde de Coördinatie Erfgoeddag een inspiratiegids. Deze gids …
De volgende editie van Erfgoeddag vindt plaats op zondag 21 april 2013 met als thema Stop de tijd! Om kandidaat-deelnemers op weg te helpen, ontwikkelde de Coördinatie Erfgoeddag een inspiratiegids. Deze gids …
#37 Teach your kids Piano
A video giving some tips for how to go about teaching your kids piano. (29:37)
Protégé Biomedical, Mike & Susie Wuollett, Part I: The Idea
A Q&A with Mike & Susie Wuollett, winners of the 2010 graduate division of the Fowler Business Concept Challenge at the University of St. Thomas. In this video, hear how Mike and Susie came up with their idea for an innovative new medical device. Part one of a 3-part Q&A series. Mike and Susie Wuollett took first place in the 2010 Fowler Business Concept Challenge Graduate Division. They have gone on to raise money from investors and will begin clinical trials of their medical device product in
Introduction to Forensic Science Lecture 1
The Magic School Bus Goes Upstream - Migration
Ralphie is wondering what happened to all the salmon. They need them for the school fish fry, but they aren't here. The Friz has decided to take the class on a field trip to find out. She turns the bus into a salmon and puts a compact disk in the bus that makes it think like a real salmon, so it will go wherever Ralphie's salmon went. However, when the bus starts migrating, Ralphie changes his mind about doing anything to find out what happened to the salmon. He and some kids in the class attemp
The Economic Irrationality of the State "The truth is that the State is a conspiracy designed not only to exploit, but above all to corrupt its citizens." — Leo Tolstoy "None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free" — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe In 1912, Ludwig von Mises's masterwork The T
"The truth is that the State is a conspiracy designed not only to exploit, but above all to corrupt its citizens." — Leo Tolstoy
"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free" — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
In 1912, Ludwig von Mises's masterwork The T
Archaeology of the Holy Land
In an "Office Hours" conversation, Duke University Professor Eric Meyers says archaeology in Israel and Palestine can give context for biblical narratives. In his new book, "Alexander to Constantine," co-authored with Mark Chancey, Ph.D. '99, he argues that Hellenistic culture gave Judaism, and later Christianity, a vehicle for worldwide expression. Learn more at http://religiondepartment.duke.edu and http://yalepress.yale.edu/yupbooks/book.asp?isbn=9780300141795.
Anne Tanner: Microbes of the Mouth (MWV64)
By: MicrobeWorld In episode 64 of MicrobeWorld Video, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Anne Tanner Ph.D., BDS, MDCH (Hon.), Associate Professor at Harvard School of Dental Medicine about her research into dental caries and the oral microbiome. This episode was filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Vancouver, Canada on February 18th, 2012. Anne's work with Streptococcus mutans, the leading know cause of Early Childhood Caries (ECC), has led to the discovery of a ne
DISCOVERING GENES ASSOCIATED WITH DISEASES AND TRAITS IN DOGS
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Understanding the Rise of China
Speaking at a TED Salon in London, economist Martin Jacques asks: How do we in the West make sense of China and its phenomenal rise? The author of "When China Rules the World," he examines why the West often puzzles over the growing power of the Chinese economy, and offers three building blocks for understanding what China is and will become. (21:31)
ISS Update: Weekly Recap for Sept. 7, 2012
The International Space Station Weekly Recap for Sept. 3-7, 2012.
Spain and Italy mustn't blow ECB plan - Breakingviews
Sept. 10 - Reuters Breakingviews editor Hugo Dixon says the ECB's bond-buying scheme buys Spain and Italy time to stabilise finances. But if they drag their heels, the market will sniff them out.
Getting in the Tobacco-Free Tiger Zone.
Short video on the limited-use tobacco policy at the University of Memphis.
Northeastern College of Professional Studies Commencement - September 29, 2012
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Market Pulse: Has the euro Emperor found some clothes?
Sept. 12 - Europe in the green, thanks to the judges in red. Germany's top court approves Berlin's role in the euro zone rescue fund, pushing the euro up to a 4-mth high above $1.29.
Now not the time to cut rates - Thai central bank governor
Sept. 12 - Domestic economic pressures trump global growth jitters and mean now is not the time to cut rates, says Thai central bank governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul.