Great Gull Island
On the eastern edge of Long Island Sound, a small, rocky piece of land known as Great Gull Island houses the crumbling battlements of a U.S. Army fort and some 11,000 nesting pairs of Common and Roseate Terns. The American Museum of Natural History purchased the island in 1949 to preserve a breeding habitat for terns displaced from Long Island's beaches by increasing development. Project director Helen Hays has led the Museum's research efforts on Great Gull Island since 1969. Among the field
L'Art en Question 4 : MARIE-ANTOINETTE & VIGEE-LEBRUN - La 1ère minute en avant-première
Rejoignez www.canal-educatif.fr pour découvrir les épisodes complets de l'Art en Question : gratuit pour les inscrits. English version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eRwrNyhx3I En bonus, une interview pour en savoir plus sur Marie-Antoinette et Vigée-Lebrun : http://www.canal-educatif.fr/videos/art/30/vigee-lebrun-art-en-question-4/marie-antoinette-enfants.html
My Five Dinners with Ahmadinejad, featuring Jim Walsh PhD '00 Jim Walsh PhD '00 is one of a small number of Americans who has traveled to North Korea and Iran for talks with officials about nuclear issues. A research associate in the MIT Security Studies Program, he is an international security expert who has testified before the US Senate on terrorism and Iran’s nuclear program. On June 4, 2012, Walsh offered his thoughts on international security, nuclear weapons, and terrorism and took questions from the worldwide MIT community via video
Jim Walsh PhD '00 is one of a small number of Americans who has traveled to North Korea and Iran for talks with officials about nuclear issues. A research associate in the MIT Security Studies Program, he is an international security expert who has testified before the US Senate on terrorism and Iran’s nuclear program.
On June 4, 2012, Walsh offered his thoughts on international security, nuclear weapons, and terrorism and took questions from the worldwide MIT community via video
Interview with Annie Manuel, Tohono O’odham Potter
Lisa Falk, ASM director of education, talks with Annie Manuel, a potter from Hickiwan, Arizona, about her art. The interview took place at a Culture Craft Saturday program at Arizona State Museum, May 2007.
Unrelated viral ribonucleases recruit host Xrn1 to enact global mRNA degradation
Talk by Marta Gaglia, University of California Berkeley. http://glaunsingerlab.berkeley.edu/mgaglia
How to Do Polynomial Operations
This 3:24 video shows how to do polynomials. The lecture format explains this process, but moves fairly rapidly and so the teacher may have to stop or pause the video to check for understanding.
"What? Growing bugs is a real job? And it requires math?!" Organic
farmers depend on Jan Dietrick to supply them with good bugs that attack bad bugs. She depends on her knowledge of numbers to get the job done.This video explains what she does and why it is important. Running time 1:19 minutes
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Science Nation - There Are No Limits in This "Universe Quest"
By: nsf They moved from classroom to observatory to beach, learning about astronomy, video games and digital photography. Twenty-one sixth- through tenth-grade girls from the San Francisco Bay area spent a week at "Universe Quest" Summer Academy, a camp promoting scientific exploration. Some of the girls have always been hooked on math and science, but for others, it's a brand new adventure.
Making the DIY Clinometer
Link to Youtube video showing how to make a do-it-yourself clinometer
Colors of Concordia student report
http://concordia.ca/now | http://coloursofconcordia.com Since 2003, the Colors of Concordia has been dedicated to encouraging and promoting projects that help bring about a greater understanding between cultures. Consisting of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends, the Colors of Concordia participates annually in Montreal's Tour de l'Ile, a 50-km bike tour of the city. Student journalist David Adelman reports on the June 3, 2012, event.
Course Threads: Risky Business: The Politics of Health
The Course Thread Program allows UC Berkeley undergraduates to explore intellectual themes that connect courses across departments and disciplines. Without creating new majors or minors, the program instead highlights connections between existing courses. Course Threads help students see the value in educational breadth while also pursuing a more in-depth and well-rounded knowledge on one particular topic. Course Thread topics include: Human Rights, Cultural Forms in Transit, The Historical & Mo
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Cómo lavarse las manos (en español)
Para evitar algún contagio del virus de influenza porcina, es necesario saber que medidas de higiene tomar. (1:23)
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