Associate Professor Martin Sevior speaks with Jacky Angus and weighs up nuclear power in an energy-hungry and rapidly warming world.
Guest: Assoicate Professor Martin Sevior, School of Physics.
Topic: Nuclear power: Cure or Curse
Episode 13: Medical Tourism in Asia
Dr Andrea Whittaker explores the phenomenon of medical tourism in Asia with Sian Prior. Dr Whittaker also talks about her research in illegal abortions in Thailand.
Guest: Dr Andrea Whittaker from Asia Institute
Topic: Medical Tourism in Asia
Episode 41: Drinking The Same Water Twice -- Potable Water From Waste
Prof Peter Scales demystifies the process of recovering potable water from waste water, while Prof David Fox compares the cost of recycling with desalination. With Up Close science host Dr Shane Huntington.
Episode 43: Ghassan Hage and the Weight of Words
Prof Ghassan Hage joins Up Close host Jacky Angus to discuss multiculturalism, identity in a globalising world, and the role of the intellectual.
Episode 50: Criminal Investigation and Your DNA
Assoc Prof Jeremy Gans discusses the benefits, limitations and privacy implications of using DNA in criminal investigation. With host Jacky Angus.
What is Energy?
With an introduction to the ideas of energy, students discuss specific types of energy and the practical sources of energy. Hands-on activities help them identify types of energy in their surroundings and enhance their understanding of energy.
Structure & Development of the Mammalian Brain, Spring 2002
Lectures plus guided readings and discussion with project reports, covering major CNS structures, with emphasis on systems being used as models for experimental studies of development and plasticity. Topics include: basic patterns of connections in CNS; review of lab techniques (anatomy, tissue culture); embryogenesis; PNS anatomy and development; process outgrowth and synaptogenesis; growth factors and cell survival; spinal and hindbrain anatomy; development of regional specificity with introdu
Snapshots: Jim Sirmons
About St. Petersburg College:
In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college.
In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it the first community college in Flori
This is CS50
Creative vibe colors enormous CS 50 innovation fair
Consortium Toolkit for ULOs (Fusion)
Fusion provides guidance for third sector, user-led health organizations on setting up legal frameworks for collaboration. It provides a useful overview of models of consortium as well as some consortium monitoring tools.
The Egyptians are known for being ahead of their time in comparison to some civilisations that came after them. This unit looks at how the Egyptians solved mathematical problems in everyday life and the technology they used. An understanding of this area has only been possible following the translation of the Rosetta Stone.
Praxeology: The Method of Economics
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Protracted Sahrawi Displacement: Challenges and opportunities beyond displacement
On 24 June 2011, the RSC launched its seventh Policy Briefing on 'Protracted Sahrawi displacement: Challenges and opportunities beyond encampment' at UNHCR in Geneva. On 24 June 2011, the RSC launched its seventh Policy Briefing on 'Protracted Sahrawi displacement: Challenges and opportunities beyond encampment' at UNHCR in Geneva. The presentation by Dr Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh was followed by interventions from Mr Yacoub El Hillo, the Director of UNHCR Middle East and North Africa Bureau and Mr
A total solution
The Cambridge Service Alliance (CSA) digs down to find out what's happening in the 'Servitisation of Manufacturing'! Professor Andy Neely, Director of the CSA and Fellow of Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at the trends of the future that will bring about business success and the strategic, economic and environmental influences.
Sink or Swim: Sea Level Rise - Implications for Dunedin. Session 1
An information evening open to the public to discuss issues around sea level rise and how it might affect low lying suburbs and coastal communities in the Dunedin area. Learn what the DCC and ORC are planning as well as hearing about possible engineering solutions and the social aspects of sea level rise.
It is being chaired by Professor John Hannah, member of the F.I.G. Task Force on Climate Change.
Hosted by the NZ Institute of Surveyors.
Held July 12, 2011.
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