Essential Science for Teachers: Physical Science: Session 2. The Particle Nature of Matter: Solids,
What simple idea links together all of chemistry and physics? How can a close study of the macroscopic differences among solids, liquids, and gases support a microscopic model of tiny, discrete, and constantly moving particles? In this session, participants learn how the "particle model" can be turned into a powerful tool for generating predictions about the behavior of matter under a wide range of conditions.,The segment provides examples of probing questions about phenomenon to determine what
Science in Focus: Energy
Interview with Dr. Jaci VanHeest about the transfer/transformation of energy, food ordering, and the food chain/web,,Dr. Jaci VanHeest talks about energy from food we eat. Targets only first sentence of benchmark.
In this unit we will take a look at an overview of several body systems and how they relate to the Respiratory System. We will look at the structures and functions of each system
Animation Careers : Careers in Computer Animation
Careers in computer animation are varied, as they can range from small-scale commercials to huge feature animation movies, but knowledge of the major animation software is required for any project. Find a career as a computer animator with helpful information from a writer, director and animator in this free video on cartoon animation. (01:32)
GSF 2011 – Questions, réponses
Les naissances mondiales
• 135 millions en 2005
• dont 16 millions d’une mère de moins de 20 ans
• Où ont lieu ces naissances précoces ?
• Quelles sont les tendances ?
• Quels sont les facteurs ?
Remarque : en comptant les IVG, le bilan des grossesses mondiales serait :
• 175 millions en 2005
• dont plus de 20 millions chez une jeune fille ou une jeune femme de moins de 20 ans
• mais ces estimations sont incertaines<
Les naissances mondiales
(Part 7 of 9) David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research Dedication Ceremony (2011)
David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research Dedication Ceremony with Dr. Alice T. Shaw, Clinical Investigator, Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research. March 4, 2011. (Part 7 of 9)
(Part 8 of 9) David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research Dedication Ceremony (2011)
David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research Dedication Ceremony with Dr. Phillip A. Sharp, Institute Professor, MIT and Dr. Robert S. Langer, Koch Institute Professor, MIT. March 4, 2011. (Part 8 of 9)
"Q60" (October 29, 2012)
A 60-second look at what's happening at Queens University of Charlotte this week.
Filangieri & Franklin: The Italian Enlightenment and the U.S. Constitution
The Library sponsored a conference on Gaetano Filangieri and Benjamin Franklin: The Italian Enlightenment and the U.S. Constitution, with speakers including Marcello Pera and Justice Antonin Scalia. Speaker Biography: Marcello Pera has participated in many scientific workshops, conferences and congresses organized by universities and research institutes in Italy and abroad. He has written a number of articles and essays for Italian and international journals, in particular concerning scientific
Bicycle Transportation in San Diego: Increasing Mode Share by Understanding Why People Ride
Brief summary of senior research project.
Martina Cotelo and Billy Forrest Named 2011 Barksdale Award Scholars
The Barksdale Awards were established to encourage students to test themselves in environments that don't have the built-in safeties of a classroom, teaching lab or library. Video by Erin Parsons & Mary Stanton.
Louis Gordon-Abraham Lincoln Brigade Veteran.mp4
4/1/1998 -- Mr. Gordon speaks at The Johns Hopkins University. He served on the Cordoba and Aragon fronts during the Spanish Civil War and was wounded during the Ebro battle. He was a noted harmonica player who once rubbed elbows with the likes of Patrick Clancy. Mr. Gordon also participated in the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp in April 1945 as a sergeant in the Combat Engineers of the Seventh US Army.
Looking at Learning ... Again, Part 2 Workshop 1. Behind the Design
With Philip Sadler, Ed.D. Young children are natural designers and builders, but if their interest is not fostered, it may wane as they move through the grades. This workshop focuses on the use of simple design prototypes that children are asked to improve upon in order to meet a particular challenge. You will see these design challenges in action in middle school classrooms, as well as hear teachers discuss their experiences using designs with their students.,Phil Sadler, a science education re
Global Mental Health: Why Now and How Now? Part 2
Mental illness is widely distributed throughout the world’s population, yet much of the research on mental health treatment derives from the West, where access to care is greatest. Dr. Jane Simoni discusses how research projects are addressing mental health in China and on the U.S.-Mexico border. (Series: Allen L. Edwards Psychology Lectures)
3.2.2 Domestic detergents Domestic detergents are a major source of phosphorus in sewage effluents. Phosphates are used as a 'builder' in washing powders to enhance the efficiency of surfactants by removing calcium and magnesium to make the water 'softer'. In 1992, the UK used 845 600 tonnes of detergent of various types, all of which have different effects on the environment. Estimates of the relative contribution of domestic detergents to phosphorus build-up in Britain's watercourses vary from 20-60%. The UK's Royal
Domestic detergents are a major source of phosphorus in sewage effluents. Phosphates are used as a 'builder' in washing powders to enhance the efficiency of surfactants by removing calcium and magnesium to make the water 'softer'. In 1992, the UK used 845 600 tonnes of detergent of various types, all of which have different effects on the environment. Estimates of the relative contribution of domestic detergents to phosphorus build-up in Britain's watercourses vary from 20-60%. The UK's Royal
Janis Tomlinson: "From Capricho to Fatal Consequences: Goya's Imagery of War 1809-1814"
Janis Tomlinson presented her lecture as part of the Townsend Center for the Humanities' Forum on the Humanities and the Public World. Best known for her work on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European painting and on painting in Spain, Janis Tomlinson is Director of University Museums at the University of Delaware. She has also served as Director of Arts in the Academy at the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Tomlinson has published several articles, exhibition reviews, and books, including
Ain't No Sunshine
The University of Richmond Jazz Ensemble closed out their tour of Greece in Athens at the Bacaro Jazz Club on March 12, 2011. Featured in this song are seniors Matt Jordan on trumpet and Alex Kelly on vocals.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
The University of Richmond Jazz Ensemble closed out their tour of Greece in Athens on March 12, 2011. Featured in this tune are seniors Kerrissa Richards on vocals and Dan Schauder on guitar.
When the Saints Come Marching In
The University of Richmond Jazz Ensemble ended their tour of Greece in a big way at the Bacaro Jazz Club in Athens on March 12, 2011.
Jet Lag Boogie
University of Richmond Jazz Ensemble's last number on the Greece Tour - we left them smiling and cheering for more!