Shades of Blue - Musical Moods 2011
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Martin Kinchen & Victoria Philips - Musical Moods 2011
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Flute Ensemble - Musical Moods 2011
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How to Cook an Egg: A history of molecular gastronomy
Part of the Food For Thought Lecture Series at Oregon State University. Rachel Ankeny, Senior Lecturer in the School of History and Politics and Manager of the Graduate Program in Gastonomy at the University of Adelaide, Australia "How to Cook an Egg and Other Lessons from the Kitchen-Lab: A History of Molecular Gastronomy
Former student-athlete Yvenson Bernard, whose family is from Haiti, sprang into action after the 2010 earthquake. He was so dedicated to helping people in the earthquake's wake he created the organization I (Heart) Haiti. Check out what Yvenson has to say about Haiti, and why it's so important we still pay attention more than a year later. You can learn more about Yvenson's efforts to help Haiti at: facebook.com/ilovehaiti and sonjehaiti.org
Korea Night part 3
The Enemy at Home
In World War 1 nearly 7000 'enemy aliens' of German origin were interned in camps in New South Wales. That experience is now the subject of a UNSW Press book co-authored by Arts academic Gerhard Fischer, and an exhibition running at the Museum of Sydney from May 7-September 11.
Benefits of Electronic Medical Records
Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management in the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, is expert on health information technology. He conducts research on the transformational effect of IT, technology usage and IT value. He is a proponent of national digitization of health record information and believes electronic medical records (EMRs) would standardize processes, increase efficiencies and greatly diminish the potential for medical errors.
Staff profiles: Mary Worrall
Mary Worrall talks about her position as assistant curator at the MSU Museum, her work on the Quilt Index and her passion for learning. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9323
Faculty conversations: Bridget Behe
Bridget Behe, horticultural marketing professor, talks about the research she conducts to help businesses know their consumers' preferences. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9339
MSUToday Show #27: Complete show
In MSUToday Show #27, learn about old campus haunts, discover all that there is in residential hall dining, meet alumnus Ed Bailey, and watch students make movie magic.
MSUToday: Try not to be scared
There's a lot of history on MSU's campus. And with history, some say, comes ghosts.
The Role of Open Access in Maximising The Impact of Biomedical Research
Sir Mark Walport, Director of the Wellcome Trust, gives a lecture on scholarship, publishing and the dissemination of research designed to stimulate debate in Oxford on the issues surrounding changes in scholarly communications.
This RLO defines the term 'confidence intervals' and demonstrates how they can be used to determine the significance and range of possible sizes of a treatment effect.
To identify the importance of cell division and briefly describe mitosis and meiosis.
Beginner Lesson S4 #18 - There Are Many Reasons for You to Learn Spanish!
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! Huh? Your friend just walked over to you and said in Spanish, “Let’s go to the bookstore. There are many books there that can help you learn Spanish.” You respond in English, “There is no way I can understand you when you speak Spanish that quickly. Can you slow down and [...]
Mathematical Description of Natural Phenomena
This lecture is going to let students learn mathematics literacy applied to realistic problems according to the differentiation and integration which play an important role not only in the explanation of physical phenomenon, but also in the explanation of natural phenomenon, social phenomenon, and so on. In other words, after learning various forms of differential equations applied to realistic problems, we can say that the fundamental or more complicated phenomena will become universal after de
Bioinformatics and Biocomputing
This course includes the informatics for pharmaceutical sciences, especially focusing on bioinformatics, chemoinformatics and chemical genomics. We will give practical trainings using PC, as well as normal lectures.
Maal- en deeltafels : Oefenkaartjes Met deze kaartjes kunnen de leerlingen hun tafels zelfstandig inoefenen. De leerlingen lossen de oefening op die op de voorkant van het kaartje staat. Nadien kunnen ze zichzelf controleren door de oplossing op de achterkant te bekijken.
Met deze kaartjes kunnen de leerlingen hun tafels zelfstandig inoefenen. De leerlingen lossen de oefening op die op de voorkant van het kaartje staat. Nadien kunnen ze zichzelf controleren door de oplossing op de achterkant te bekijken.