MIT Alumni Crew Oct 1, 2011
Alumni Crew Race between Class of '63 and MIT10. Announcement of winner. Christening of our new women’s racing shell in honor of Julie Soriero, our wonderful athletic director.
Las actividades industriales y comerciales. Implicaciones territoriales
Uno de los objetivos de esta la asignatura es introducir al alumno en los aspectos relacionados con el desarrollo industrial y la innovación desde un punto de vista territorial. Así, se da una visión general del desarrollo territorial con todas sus figuras posibles. Además, se analizará la figura de la organización productiva de pequeñas empresas localizadas en el espacio y las ventajas que ello tiene. Se estudiarán los elementos condicionantes del comercio, entre ellos el consumo y los
The University of Memphis "Tiger Blue Goes Green" event.
More than 40 campus and community partners teamed up to demonstrate the latest in "Green" technology.
Creative Research and Scholarship Award winner Hanqin Tian
Auburn University's Hanqin Tian, Professor in Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Duke on Demand Highlights for the Week of October 9, 2011
A new documentary "What Love Is" chronicles the lives of 50 women participating in the Duke Pathfinders cancer care program. Duke Law School faculty preview consequential cases set to be heard by the Supreme Court. And, the Duke Translational Medicine Institute has a new clinical trial to address drug addiction.
Valpo Campus Overview
This video provides an overview of Valparaiso University which enrolls about 4,000 students from most states and more than 50 countries, constituting an international, interconnected community. Valpo offers five colleges for undergraduates — the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Business Administration, College of Nursing, and Christ College (honors college) — as well as graduate studies and a law school. Valparaiso University is an independent Lutheran instit
Adam Riess - Nobel Press Conference
Johns Hopkins University professor and researcher Adam Riess was named a 2011 Nobel Laureate in Physics and Astronomy for his study of "dark energy" and its role in the expansion of the universe.
Mother Nature and the Earthworm
This brief clip from Sesame Street explains the relationship between the earthworm and a tree. This video clip could be used to compliment the story Earthworms by Claire Llewellyn. (01:06)
Truck bomb kills dozens in Mogadishu
Oct. 4 - Somalia's al Qaeda-linked rebel group al Shabaab claims responsibility after a truck bomb explodes outside government buildings killing at least 65 people. Sarah Irwin reports.
Bernanke testimony shows slight shift in tone: Allen Sinai
Oct. 4 - Decision Economics Chief Global Economist Allen Sinai says Fed chairman Ben Bernanke's testimony before Congress shows a subtle shift in whether the Fed should act, or wait out the economy.
2011 Nobel Prize in Physics
Announcement of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics by Professor Staffan Normark, Permanent Secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, on 4 October 2011. Read more about the 2011 Nobel Laureates in Physics, Saul Perlmutter, Brian P. Schmidt and Adam G. Riess on http://www.nobelprize.org/
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BIO190 Session 4 Fall 2011
BIO190 Marine Life Session Four 10/04/11 Sarah Swain Guest Kera Mathes
IDS336 Session 5 Fall 2011
IDS336 Jazz in the Modern Era Session Five 10/04/11 Chet Hanley
appecon6_part2 Professor Leo Feler
Money talks: October 3rd 2011
The response of business to the euro crisis, a company encourages good health and armed guards on boats repel pirates
Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs - order now on DVD & Blu-ray
George Harrison presents Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs A film by Stuart Cooper A mesmerising and furious performance from John Hurt, as delusional revolutionary Malcolm Scrawdyke, is at the heart of this chillingly dark comedy. Rarely seen in almost 40 years, it is released by BFI Flipside in a Dual Format Edition with thematically related archival short films and an extensive booklet with essays and contributions from Stuart Cooper and Mike Leigh. Available from: http://
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