Who doesn't like liquid nitrogen? In this video you can see how it is transported to the lab and watch chemists use it (04:03).
GE Conversation: "Aswang" Transmedia
By: UP Los Baños A special General Education Conversation lecture at the University of the Philippines Los Banos by Bliss Cua Lim, Associate Professor of Film & Media Studies at the School of Humanities, University of California, Irvine. Lim is an expert on Philippine cinema; temporality; archival loss; postcolonial and feminist film theory; transnational Asian horror and the fantastic; and taste cultures. Lim's profile can be viewed at http://www.faculty.uci.edu/profile.cfm?faculty_id=4929
A Conversation with Justice Scalia & Professor Bryan Garner
Sep 17 - Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia and Professor Bryan Garner discuss their new book "Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts" with Reuters EIC Stephen Adler.
Effect of Initial Value on Graph of Exponential Function (C < 0)
This classroom activity presents College Algebra students with a ConcepTest and a Question of the Day activity concerning the effect of the initial value, C, on the y-intercept and position of an exponential function where C<0 and k is an arbitrarily fixed value in f(x)=Ce^(kx
Project Management Post-Baccalaureate Certificate - St. Petersburg College
This post Baccalaureate Certificate in Project Management prepares you for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification credential. Employers seek out Project Managers with PMPR certification and prefer to hire them. Achievement of the PMPR certification is through a combination of education, experience and passing an examination through Project Management Institute.
This Day in History January 3: Noriega Surrenders to U.S.
On this day in 1990, Panama's General Manuel Antonio Noriega, after holing up for 10 days at the Vatican embassy in Panama City, surrenders to U.S. military troops to face charges of drug trafficking. Also on this day, NASA’s Mars rover Spirit touched down on the Red planet. (1:00)
Richard Roberts: What qualities do you seek in your students?
1993 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine Richard Roberts describes the qualities he seeks in his students. See the entire interview here: http://www.nobelprize.org/mediaplayer/index.php?id=980&view=7
Authors at Google: Gene Baur | "Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food"
Many people picture cows, sheep, pigs, and chickens as friendly creatures who live happily within the confines of a peaceful family farm, arriving as food for humans only at the end of their sun-drenched lives. That's what Gene Baur had been told -- but when he first visited a stockyard he realized that this rosy depiction couldn't be more inaccurate. Amid the stench, noise, and filth, his attention was drawn in particular to one sheep who had been cast aside for dead. But as Baur walked by, th
Soorten huizen : Oefening voor anderstaligen De leerlingen benoemen verschillende soorten huizen en hun bewoners.
De leerlingen benoemen verschillende soorten huizen en hun bewoners.
Macrophage Cytokine Release
This 3D medical animation shows a macrophage ingesting bacteria. The macrophage then releases cytokines, chemicals that attract other leukocytes to the infected area. Plays music during the animation. Grades 9-12. 42 sec.
Open Classroom - 9/5/12 - #4 Barry Bluestone
The 2012 Election: Policy Advice to the President Topic for 9/5/12: Introduction: Policy Advice to the President
Tackling the BIG Problem (Professor Paul Gately - Inaugural lecture)
Professor Paul Gately's inaugural lecture - delivered on 21st March 2007
Science Bulletins: Curiosity Lands on Mars
In early August 2012, the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover was safely delivered to its Mars landing site in Gale Crater. In addition to the rover's science instrument payload for atmosphere and soil analysis, Curiosity carries 17 cameras that are capturing the Martian landscape in unprecedented detail. Scientists anticipate that the geological diversity of the landing site and nearby areas will yield a rich variety of samples, informing their understanding of Mars's past and present habit
This Day in History May 2: Loch Ness Monster Sighted
Although accounts of an aquatic beast living in Scotland's Loch Ness date back 1,500 years, the modern legend of the Loch Ness Monster is born when a sighting makes local news on May 2, 1933. The newspaper Inverness Courier related an account of a local couple who claimed to have seen "an enormous animal rolling and plunging on the surface." The story of the "monster" (a moniker chosen by the Courier editor) became a media phenomenon, with London newspapers sending correspondents to Scotland and
University of Surrey Learning Skills portal
The University of Surrey Skills Portal is a classified collection of quality materials designed to enable students to develop information literacy, research and study skills. It has been built using Openly licensed resources including several from Leeds Metropolitan University.
Expending Energy: Physical Activity for Health and High Performance Sport (Professor Carlton Cooke -
Professor Carlton Cooke joined Leeds Met in 1990, whilst working as a principal investigator on the pioneering Allied Dunbar National Fitness Survey. He became a Reader in 1993 and Carnegie Professor of Sport and Exercise Science in 1998, followed by his appointment in 2004 as Associate Dean and Head of the School of Sport, Exercise & Physical Education. His research interests range from physiological and biomechanical aspects of high level sports performance to physical activity, exercise and
Alamance County Parade of Heroes, Honor 9/11 First Responders
Representatives of several Alamance County police, emergency and fire departments - including Elon University Campus Police and Town of Elon police and Elon Fire and Rescue - were part of a procession that began at Magnolia Cemetery.
IIPD: Bringing the Outside In
Three IIPD grant recipients at GRCC explain what they did with the funds they were granted (Maryann Lesert, Robert Hendershot and Vikki Cooper.)
Penn Connects 2.0
Anne Papageorge, Penn's vice president for Facilities and Real Estate Services, says the first phase of the campus blueprint, called Penn Connects, made the goals of President Amy Gutmann's Penn Compact real. In the past half-dozen years, Penn Connects projects have literally transformed the University. New construction, such as the Annenberg Public Policy Center, Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine, and Weiss Pavilion changed the skyline of campus. Significant renovations to the Music Buildi
Lifestyle Changes for Managing Hypertension - Khan Academy
Learn about the importance of improving your diet, losing weight, exercising, and quitting smoking. (06:35)