Science Bulletins: In Hot Pursuit of Asteroids
Asteroids, the rocky remnants left over from the formation of planets in the Solar System, offer scientists a window into the dynamics of this early period. Scientists from around the world are currently exploring asteroids with a small fleet of unmanned spacecraft designed to collect images, samples, and other data.
Science Bulletins: Graphite Found in Moon Rocks
Scientists have discovered the first evidence of the mineral graphite on the Moon, detected in a rock collected in 1972 by astronauts on Apollo 17, the last manned mission to the Moon.
Science Bulletins: Cosmic Collisions Fuel Black Holes
Swift is a NASA satellite designed to spot gamma-ray bursts, the most powerful explosions in the Universe. They are named for the extremely energetic gamma rays they emit. Swift can also detect high-energy, or "hard" X-rays, which have nearly the energy of gamma rays. Swift's ongoing survey of hard X-rays in space is revealing details about what kinds of dynamic cosmic activity can release such high-energy wavelengths of light.
Science Bulletins: Star Bolts from Crowded Nebula
No star-forming region in our local Universe is as vigorous as 30 Doradus, also called the Tarantula Nebula. Now astronomers have used NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and ESO's 2.2-meter telescope at La Silla, Chile, to spot an outlier-a star destined to exit the nebula because of gravitational interactions among its throng of massive stars. This is the first direct observation of a stellar runaway in a dense, massive cluster.
Science Bulletins: New Evidence of Water on Asteroids
For the first time, researchers have detected water on an asteroid. Two research teams independently determined that the 24 Themis asteroid, which orbits between Mars and Jupiter, is completely covered in a thin layer of frost. The discovery indicates that comets and asteroids may be more similar than previously thought. Comets are traditionally defined as small lumps of rock and ice that form vapor tails when they venture close to the Sun. Asteroids are usually characterized as large dry rocks.
Science Bulletins: New Solar Satellite Delivers First Images
The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) has been hailed as the "Hubble Space Telescope for heliophysics"—a state-of-the-art spacecraft that will observe our nearest star with unprecedented detail. Its first images reveal two solar events that burst into view just after SDO's telescope array, called the Atmospheric Image Assembly (AIA), readied for operations on March 30, 2010. In this Science Bulletins snapshot, watch a prominence and a solar flare like you've never seen them before, and learn ho
Absolute Beginner S2 #13 - Please Enjoy Your Spanish Snack
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! As a student in Spain, you look forward to the weekend. The weekend gives you the opportunity to lounge around your apartment and get some Spanish homework done. You also can’t wait to hang out with your Spanish friends. It’s a time when everyone lets loose for a couple of days! In [...]
Foot and ankle Consensus Study 2012
Foot and ankle Consensus Study 2012
American Express Leadership Academy at Thunderbird: Participants
Participants in the 2012 American Express Leadership Academy at Thunderbird School of Global Management talk about their organizations and the week of training they received.
Electrical Circuits: ( An Interactive Game)
Students utilize their knowledge of the components of electrical circuits by playing this game. ( This link is for an interactive game and may take a few minutes to load.)
Allocating Risk Through Contract
Evidence from M and A John F Cogan, Jr. Professor of Law and Economics, Harvard Law School
Open Learning Conference 2009 - Bjoern Hassler and Neil Butcher
Neil Butcher, Strategist for OER Africa and Bjoern Hassler of the UK National Commission for UNESCO discuss Forging meaningful, equal partnerships in OER between the UK and Africa".
Slide 5: Pre-embryonic week 1 - blastocyst differentiation
Development of Oro-facial Structures and it's Clinical Correlations. Slide 4: Pre-embryonic week 1 KNUST OER 2012. CC:BY-NC This video is included in a set of presentation videos on the Development of Oro-facial Structures and its Clinical Correlations. The videos describe and illustrate the pre-embryonic period of human development, which are weeks 1-3, the development of brachial arches, the face and palate, the types of facial clefts with illustrations and the development of the tongue. The
Mmmm... koekjes bakken Tijdens deze les die opgebouwd is rond het nabootsen van een winkelsituatie komen de volgende onderdelen aan bod:
Tijdens deze les die opgebouwd is rond het nabootsen van een winkelsituatie komen de volgende onderdelen aan bod:
The College World Series: Day Five Highlights
The Flashes edge past the Florida Gators in a thrilling 5-4 victory at TD Ameritrade Park!
Program at Texas Tech Offers Financial Help
The Red to Black program at Texas Tech is designed to help students become financially stable. It is a free service offered to students to help in money and debt management as well as budgeting.
Oregon State University Commencement 2012 timelapse
A timelapse of OSU's 2012 Commencement ceremony where First Lady Michelle Obama gave the commencement address.
Charles Willson Peale, Staircase Group) - 1795 - Smart History at Khan Academy
Charles Willson Peale, Staircase Group (Portrait of Raphaelle Peale and Titian Ramsay Peale), 1795, oil on canvas, 89-1/2 x 39-3/8 inches / 227.3 x 100 cm (04:26). The experts are Dr. Harris and Dr. Zucker.
How to Use "Picture Book Maker"
Picture Book Maker is a great site that lets you use animal characters, backgrounds, and some props to create a story that can be printed or shared via Email. This is a great tool for students in Elementary school. A great idea may be to have the student create a story using five vocabulary words or using the site to create an alternate ending to a story read in class. This is a great resource to help enhance technology instruction and use in the classroom. (5:41)