Your heart beats around 100,000 times every day and, in that time, pumps about 23,000 litres of blood around your body. But what happens when it doesn’t work as well as it should? This unit explains what happens in cardiovascular disease, when the heart’s performance is affected, how the normal function of blood vessels is impaired, and what treatments are available. Whether you are a patient, relative, friend or healthcare professional, you will find the unit interesting.
Lezen, woordenschat: Lock Up Your Boss
De student oefent begrijpend lezen en breidt woordenschat uit aan de hand van een tekst over een sponsoringsevenement ten voordele van 'Crimestoppers', een organisatie die misdaad wil bestrijden.
Test sample - Perform Instrumental Tests/Procedures
An introduction to the use of specific testing equipment in scientific and medical testing laboratories. Covers test procedures in food and beverage testing using a pH meter, spectrophotometer and high performance liquid chromatograph.
Toxic Release Inventory Explorer
The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Explorer provides access to the Toxics Release Inventory data to help communities identify facilities, chemical disposal, or other release patterns that warrant further study and analysis. Users can create maps or reports with the TRI Explorer tool. Users can create maps or reports with the TRI Explorer tool.
Client Acceptance for a website
Client Acceptance for the Bazaar Ceramics website. The website has just been extended to include some e-commerce functionality in this stage of the project client acceptance testing must be conducted. You are required to develop a client acceptance plan and conduct a client acceptance test. The testing must be fully documented. You will also need to address any concerns of the client by negotiating any modifications to the website.
3.1.1 Try some yourself
Diagrams, charts and graphs are used by all sorts of people to express information in a visual way, whether it's in a report by a colleague or a plan from your interior designer. This unit will teach you how to interpret these tools and how to use them yourself to convey information more effectively.
Mercury and Venus
Students explore Mercury and Venus, the first and second planets nearest the Sun. They learn about the planets' characteristics, including their differences from Earth. Students also learn how engineers are involved in the study of planets by designing equipment and spacecraft to go where it is too dangerous for humans.
MOLA: Seasonal Snow Variations on Mars: Slow Zoom to the Martian South Pole: True Color
This is a true color visualization of the topography near the Martian south pole as measured with the MOLA instrument. This particular animation shows a slow zoom to the surface of the pole and is a frame-accurate match to the beginning of animation id #2299.
North America NDVI 2000 July
NDVI in North America for July 2000, based off data collected over the 1981-2000 time frame.
Leesoefening: Paternity and maternity leave
In deze les leren cursisten argumenten en tegenargumenten halen uit teksten over ouderschapsverlof
Washington's Whiskey Still
George Washington's retirement venture had a high alcohol content. Mount Vernon's Director of Preservation, Dennis Pogue, leads us on a tour through Washington's whiskey distillery.
The Atomic Molecular Theory
A development of the atomic molecular theory from the law of multiple proportions and law of definite proportions.
"Writing About Race, Spring 2007"
"In The Souls of Black Folk (1903), the great cultural critic W. E. B. Du Bois wrote that "...the problem of the Twentieth Century is the problem of the color line." A century after Du Bois penned those words, most Americans would agree that at the beginning of the twenty-first century, the color line remains one of our most pressing social issues. In this course, we will explore the terrain of race in America by reading the works of writers of color and others concerned with the issue of race,
"Bioethics, Spring 2009"
" This course does not seek to provide answers to ethical questions. Instead, the course hopes to teach students two things. First, how do you recognize ethical or moral problems in science and medicine? When something does not feel right (whether cloning, or failing to clone) — what exactly is the nature of the discomfort? What kind of tensions and conflicts exist within biomedicine? Second, how can you think productively about ethical and moral problems? What processes create them? Why do pe
Klartext handlar i dag om att en person i Sverige har dött efter att ha blivit sjuk av Ehec-bakterier. Vi berättar också om att många skolor i Sverige är dåliga på att hjälpa elever med dyslexi. Du får höra mer när du lyssnar på programmet.
Learn with Pictures and Video S2 #21 - Spanish Recipes for Fluency
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! You never really got into cooking until you moved to Spain. Now that you live here, you seem to be cooking all the time because Spanish food is so different than what you’re used to. This can sometimes be a problem — especially when you don’t know the Spanish how to [...]
Mental Health: Depression
Clinical depression is a serious illness which leads to persistent low mood, loss of energy and motivation, and a reduced ability to feel pleasure. It interferes with day-to-day life by producing negative thoughts and a variety of physical symptoms. Indeed physical symptoms are so important that it is more usual for patients with depression to go to their doctor with a bodily complaint than with a complaint about their mood, so it is vital that doctors understand that depression may be a “hidd
Oswego 150 Years: Alumni Views and Voices Preview II
The Oswego Alumni Association will release a collection of alumni reminisces in its documentary film, "Oswego 150 Years: Alumni Views and Voices." The film will be officially released during the Sesquicentennial Reunion Celebration June 10-12, 2011. http://oswego.edu/reunion
2.1 Institutional science promotion events
This unit will look at how public engagement in science and technology might be achieved through science promotion. Science promotion and public involvement in policy making can require both formal and informal objectives: some are explicit and some are implicit, some are articulated at the planning stage and some are unexpected. These objectives can entail participation, engagement, knowledge exchange and learning – all of which require a degree of motivation by all parties.