Mitosis: an interactive demonstration
This is an interactive demonstration of the stages of cell mitosis. You can view the whole process in one continuous animation, or view the invidual stages one by one. This learning object is part of the Cell Division RLO, where it appears as a popup on the Mitosis page. There's also a demonstration of Meiosis availa
Why study church history?
Two eminent modern church historians, Prof. Alan Ford and Dr Frances Knight, discuss the nature of their discipline exploring how it sits between the aims of historians and theologians: belonging to both disciplines, it has a distinctive task and voice.
Craig Venter on Genomics: From humans to the environment
In the second of the Distinguished Public Lecture Series run by the James Martin 21st Century School, Dr Craig Venter will discuss his work at the J Craig Venter Institute and its implications for the future of our culture, society and science. The Institute's projects include developing new understanding of human disease at the DNA level, running the Sorcerer II Global Ocean Sampling Expedition to understand microbial diversity in the world's oceans, and finding new ways of tackling environment
Using the Second Derivative Test
This video explains how to solve optimization problems by using the second derivative test. If the second derivative is always positive, the function will have a relative minimum somewhere. If it is always negative, the function will have a relative maximum somewhere. Other ways of solving optimization problems include using the closed interval method or the first derivative test. (1:06)
Largest earthquake simulator shakes up trucks
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/10/born-to-be-viral-trucks-on-bridge-relive-california-earthquake.html
OZONE presentation 2013: Introduction
Dr Guy Jameson and professor Richard Blaikie introduce the presentations by the Ozone group. The Ozone presentations took place September 2013, in St David's theatre
SMArchS Colloquium September 16, 2011 Poesis
Facts about Cyprus
This video has a great many facts about current Cyprus. It does not add greatly to the history of the land.
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free online educational resources for the courses in the Department of Classics. The Notre Dame Classics Department offers courses in study of the ancient Greek and Latin languages, of Greek and Latin literature, and of the history, archaeology, art, religion and philosophy of the ancient Greeks and Romans. And, uniquely in our approach to the ancient Mediterranean world, we include also instruction in Arabic and other Semitic languages, with related cours
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free online educational resources for courses in the School of Architecture. Traditional and classical architecture occupy a premier place in the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. Students learn not only the principles of designing and constructing buildings, but also the importance of enriching the identity and cohesiveness of the communities where they live and work.
GoNUxstream Game Recap - Women's Basketball vs. Eastern Michigan - Nov. 11, 2011
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OSU Science Pub: Vine to Glass
Oregon's celebrated wine industry has earned a reputation for producing great wines despite occasionally less-than-ideal growing conditions. It takes knowledge, experience and assistance from experts to adapt. At the Nov. 14 Corvallis Science Pub, two OSU scientists affiliated with the Oregon Wine Research Institute and the Extension Service will share their knowledge of what it takes to grow grapes in Oregon and what winemakers, both professionals and home hobbyists, must keep in mind as they t
IDS336 Session 11 Fall 2011
IDS336 Jazz in the moder
ASEAN leaders meet in Bali.
Nov 17 - Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) kick off the 19th summit amid tight security, Myanmar, South China Sea on the agenda. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)
Towering ambition - Amy Johns
Dr Amy Frost of the Bath Preservation Trust provides a deatailed biography of William Beckford
Visitors to this site can follow the life cycle of a star, beginning with its formation from matter exploded outward by the Big Bang, followed by its expansion into a red giant as nuclear "fuel" is consumed, and ending with its "death" in a supernova, after which it becomes a neutron star or black hole.
Differential Equation Model
This video explains how a function can be modeled using a differential equation if it is growing or shrinking exponentially. In the differential equation model, k is a constant that determines if the function is growing or shrinking. If k is greater than 1, the function is growing. If it is less than 1, the function is shrinking. (2:20)
Differential Equation Model - Problem 1 of 4
This video is a continuation and explains how a function can be modeled using a differential equation if it is growing or shrinking exponentially. The example provided solves a differential equation problem that involves exponential growth. (4:19)
Differential Equation Model - Problem 2 of 4
This video is a continuation and provides another example of solving a differential equation problem related to exponential growth. (3:39)