SUNY Oswego hosts the Doppler On Wheels
The Doppler On Wheels visits SUNY Oswego. The advanced mobile facility helps meteorology students learn how to use weather radar, measure climate conditions and learn forecast modeling. Video and editing by Kevin Graham, an HCI student at SUNY Oswego.
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Stimulants for Cognitive Decline and Memory Loss
During menopause, women may experience a noticeable decline in some cognitive abilities, such as memory. Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine are investigating this phenomenon, and whether drugs used to treat disorders such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Attention Deficit (ADHD) might counteract the effect. C. Neill Epperson, an associate professor in Perelman's departments of Psychiatry and Obstetrics/Gynecology, and director of the Penn Center for Women's Behavioral W
De Olympische winterspelen : Ontstaan, disciplines Je vindt in deze presentatie informatie over de Olympische winterspelen, het ontstaan van de Olympische spelen en de disciplines van de winterspelen.
Je vindt in deze presentatie informatie over de Olympische winterspelen, het ontstaan van de Olympische spelen en de disciplines van de winterspelen.
Your skin covers and protects your body. Your skin can also detect heat and cold. If you put one of your fingers in the flame of a candle, your brain would gather this information and send a message to your muscles to move your finger out of the flame. This is because the brain receives a signal that the flame is extremely hot and in turn the brain tells your body you are in pain and that you should move your finger.
Solar System Lesson for Kids (Interactive Game)
This Interactive game introduces a lesson on the solar system to the students. It explains each planet and what and where it is. This interactive and educational lesson plan is designed to teach kids all about the solar system. Voice is computerized, but usable information (4:02)
UW Timeline: The Daily 1908
Students of the newly founded University of Washington gathered to establish the school's first campus-wide publications in the early 1900s. The most prominent of these weekly publications was named the Daily Pacific Wave in 1908. Renamed the Daily in 1985, this UW publication has since been the showcase of Pulitzer-Prize winning authors, and has become one of the most awarded college newspapers in the nation.
UW 360 April 2012: Cherry Blossoms
See the well-loved campus sight - the spring cherry blossoms on the UW Liberal Arts Quad
L'Anthropologie des Classifications Instrumentales (audio)
Les Symboliques du Sonore (audio)
Anthropologie de l'Organologie (audio)
Ratio of Perimeter, Area and Volume
Locomotive to Aeromotive: Octave Chanute & the Transportation Revolution
Drawing heavily on the rich aeronautical archives of the Library of Congress, including personal correspondence, "Locomotive to Aeromotive: Octave Chanute and the Transportation Revolution" is the first detailed examination of French-born and self-trained civil engineer Octave Chanute's life and his immeasurable contributions to engineering and transportation, from the ground-transportation revolution of the mid-19th century to the early days of aviation. Speaker Biography: Simine Short is an a
GIGA Informatica : Methode informatica GIGA Informatica Handel en GIGA Informatica VBA Access vervolledigen de reeks.
GIGA Informatica is het resultaat van een evenwichtige samenwerking tussen ervaren leerkrachten SO en een …
GIGA Informatica Handel en GIGA Informatica VBA Access vervolledigen de reeks.
In this brief video, a biologist talks about the macroinvertebrates (typically aquatic insects) that form the basis of food webs in healthy streams. In Kentucky, these macroinvertebrates include mayflies, stoneflies, and caddis flies, all of which lay eggs and spend the early stages of their development in the water. Macroinvertebrates provide food for minnows and other small fish, which in turn become food for larger fish. In streams affected by acid mine drainage, these essential members of th
The White Lama Ippolito: An Italian Jesuit in Tibet || Fairbank Center
2012 Edwin O. Reischauer Lectures Among the famous Jesuit missionaries to Asia, one thinks immediately of Francis Xavier, who arrived in Japan in 1549, and Matteo Ricci, who arrived in Macau in 1582. Less famous than these giants of the Society of Jesus was the Tuscan priest Ippolito Desideri, who arrived in Lhasa in 1716 with the fervent hope of converting the people of Tibet to Christianity. He failed, yet his mission to Tibet marks one of the most fascinating moments in the encounter betwe
Django Reinhardt - The Sheik of Araby
Jazz guitar genius Django Reinhardt with the Quintette du Hot Club de France for the 1937 recording of "The Sheik of Araby".
Visual Learning Bridge: Wholes and Equal Parts
In this animated video, students will learn the difference between equal and unequal parts. Students will easily understand the concrete and colorful visuals. This is a great resource to introduce and/or to review equal and unequal parts in the elementary classroom. (3:39)
Live Stream of Polar Bear in Scandinavia
This is a live feed of a polar bear living Denmark. The article below it explains the situation and cause related to the baby polar bear. Students can view the bear cub in real-time! This can be used to compliment the Common Core Test Exemplar informational text Where Do Polar Bears Live?
Tips to Help Kids Avoid Adult Cancers
By: mdanderson Beverly Gor, Ed.D., postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Health Equity and Evaluation Research at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses healthy lifestyle choices you can make for your children to help prevent the development of certain adult cancers; such as prostate, breast and colon. Gor stresses the importance of healthy nutrition and exercise to reduce the risk of developing cancer later in life.