Science Bulletins: Supernovas Step by Step
Scientists are reproducing supernova explosions on computer screens.
Alfred Hitchcock's The Pleasure Garden (1926) - trailer
The BFI National Archive proudly presents the restoration of Alfred Hitchcock's debut feature 'The Pleasure Garden' (1926), featuring a newly commissioned score by Daniel Patrick Cohen. This restoration is part of The Genius of Hitchcock, a major celebration of Britain's most influential and iconic filmmaker. From June to October 2012 the BFI celebrates Hitchcock's life and work with a complete retrospective of his feature films; gala events, including screenings of restorations with live music,
UT Law Professor Garrick Pursley on SCOTUS Healthcare Ruling
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Sunday Service - 7/1/2012 - Willie Jennings
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr Willie Jennings delivers a sermon entitled "A Place of Healing." Sermon begins at (43:53) Purity is both an abiding theme and anxiety in culture and religion. Jesus profoundy reshapes our notions of purity. For him, purity comes not from avoiding guilt, dirt, or shame but from receiving forgiveness and healing. Our gospel from Mark 5 describes two women facing ritual impurities of death and menstruation; both find a deeper hol
Nixon Addresses "Silent Majority"
On the heels of a major nationwide protest against the Vietnam War in October 1969, President Richard Nixon delivers a speech on November 3, laying out his plans for ending the war through diplomatic negotiations and asking for the support of the "great silent majority" of Americans. (1:53)
IPL: Professor Richard Walter
Professor Richard Walter of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology) presents his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on the topic of “Challenges and Diversions in Pacific Archaeology” on 19 October 2011. Professor Walter's research interests include prehistory and archaeology of Oceania with a special interest in Melanesia and Polynesia; material culture analysis; history of archaeological method and theory; ethno-archaeology; and faunal analysis.
Science Bulletins: Genes in the Urban Environment
Much of who we are biologically is determined by an interplay between our genes and the environment we live in. To learn how the transition of human populations from rural to urban lifestyles may be affecting the body's susceptibility to disease, researchers from North Carolina State University traveled to Morocco to study the genetic makeup of three communities living in three distinct environments: nomadic, rural, and urban. Although the genes among the groups were quite similar, the expressi
TechEd Europe Keynote with Brad Anderson and Jason Zander | TechEd Europe 2012
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The 10 Tallest Mountains
A beautiful, inspirational, and educational serenade by the HJ Park Kay Choir. A visual is given of each mountain along with name, height, and where it is located. This is a great resource to use in conjunction with non-fiction texts and/or lessons on this topic. (1:41)
Economic Update: "Banks, Banksters and Crisis Finance"
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Legal Problems: Graham Virgo and Janet O'Sullivan
The Faculty of Law holds an annual Open Day for undergraduate students, at which members of the Faculty discuss the Faculty, the Cambridge admissions system, and the benefits studying Law at Cambridge, The Open Day gives potential students, and their parents and teachers, a chance to look around the Faculty and the Squire Law Library, meet members of Faculty staff, and ask any questions they might have. In this lecture, Professor Graham Virgo and Doctor Janet O'Sullivan consider some legal ques
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Velda Pine Moth Pupation Creepshow
This could be from a Sci-Fi mutant insect invasion movie - but it's actually 100% nature! These are actual photos and video documenting the pupation process of the Velda Pine Moth (Coloradia velda), a member of the Saturniidae family of giant silk moths. This pupation process normally happens a few inches underground, in a small chamber constructed in the soft earth by the caterpillar. After spending the winter in this underground cocoon chamber, it develops, emerges from the pupal case and
Matthieu Ballandone presents "K.J. Arrow's Economics of Science and Endogenous Growth"
Matthieu Ballandone, University of Québec and University of Angers, presents "K.J. Arrow's Economics of Science and Endogenous Growth" at the 13th Annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought conference at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. July 2, 2012
Jim Knight (Roche) at the 2012 SFAF Meeting
By: JGI Jim Knight on "454 Sequencing: The Road to the Future" at the 2012 Sequencing, Finishing, Analysis in the Future Meeting held June 5-7, 2012 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Los grandes castillos - Galería de imágenes.
Aquí tienen una galería de imágenes de los grandes castillos. 2:54