How Fermentation Works
Fermentation is an energy producing process that does not require oxygen to take place. It's anaerobic in nature. Bacteria, yeast, and even human cells use fermentation to create energy in the form of ATP. Dr. Kiki from Food Science talks about how fermentation works, not just in creating alcoholic beverages that people enjoy, but also inside humans. Watch as she whips up some home made ginger ale at the end of the episode! Run time 05:52.
Lie vs. Lay
A video that helps explain how these two words are used and when they change such as in the past tense. A good explanation is given.
Solving Trigonometric Equations
Shows steps by steps how to salve Trig Equations. THe video uses an instructor and close up video of paper with the equations. Run time 10:05.
Official website of the Lok Sabha (House of the People) which is one of the Indian Houses of Parliament. Lok Sabha is composed of representatives of the people directly elected by the adult population who are eligible to vote. The website gives details of members, parliamentary business and the work of committees. Parliamentary debates back to 2004 can be viewed in full text along with parliamentary questions. The site provides an outline of how laws are passed in the Indian Parliament.
Clay Alphabet Wigglies
This educational video shows children how to learn the alphabet with
fun! Not only is this educational, but it’s also fun for kids!
Improving the effectiveness of pupil group work: report on first results from the TLRP phase 2 SPRin
The main impetus for the SPRinG (Social Pedagogic Research into Grouping) project was to address the wide gap between the potential of group work to influence learning, motivation and attitudes to learning, and relationships in the classroom, on the one hand, and the limited use of group work in schools, on the other hand. Pupils rarely receive training in group working, and teachers are often unsure of its benefits and place in the curriculum. The SPRinG project was therefore set up to develop,
Matt Brittin talks on Innovation at GLS2011 Winslow Homer on Prouts Neck Beginnings of Civilization 21M.263 Music Since 1960 (MIT) Brillouin spectroscopy : measurement of elastic and photoelastic constants of some alkali holide cry Musculoskeletal System Georgia Tech Participates in NSF Aerosol Study Calculating Compound Interest Electromagnets Esperanto for children - numbers and other words 7.340 Regenerative Medicine: from Bench to Bedside (MIT) Reviving Famagusta: from ghost town to eco-city? - Session 1 of 2 [Audio] Global Business Dialogue Overview Ancient Warriors - The Highlanders 1/3
Matt Brittin, MBA1997, Managing Director UK and Ireland Operations, Google UK, discusses his thoughts on Innovation at the Global Leadership Summit 2011
This 6:26 long video goes into detail about Homer's work at Prouts Neck where he lived and painted some of his best work. The video also shows his studio. Several of his most famous works are shown, but the teacher may need to stop the video to explain what they are and how they were done.
A slide presentation about the origins of Civilization. There is information about the first cities and a lot of vocabulary related to the topic. (No narration but lots of text and graphics)
This course begins with the premise that the 1960s mark a great dividing point in the history of 20th century Western musical culture, and explores the ways in which various social and artistic concerns of composers, performers, and listeners have evolved since that decade. It focuses on works by classical composers from around the world. Topics include the impact of rock, as it developed during the 1960s - 70s; the concurrent emergence of post serial, neotonal, minimalist, and new age styles; t
The assembly and testing of apparatus for the measurement of elastic and photoelastic constants by Brillouin scattering, using a Fabry-Perot interferometer and with argon ion laser excitation is described. Such measurements are performed on NaCI, KBr and LiF using the A = 488.0 nm laser line. The elastic constants obtained here are in very good agreement with the ultrasonic data for all three materials. The discrepancy between ultrasonic and hypersonic sound velocities which was reported by some
Using still images, this is a brief overview of the musculoskeletal system (02:40).
Georgia Tech students participated in the largest U.S. atmospheric chemistry field project in decades -- the Southeast Atmosphere Study (SAS). The summer initiative brought together dozens of national and international institutions. The research teams used instrumentation onboard aircraft and ground sites aimed to better understand how chemicals emitted by human activities and plants interact with each other and affect air quality and climate in the southeastern United States. For more informati
Compound Interest is another fundamental investing concept. This video goes through a simple example showing the calculations year to year. Power point style is used to clearly show the process.Provided by http://www.kanjoh.com./
This video is a high school physics project that includes clear audio explanations about electromagnets and electro magnetic energy. This applies to generators, electromagnets, solenoids, and speakers. The video gives you a very specific examples: how a stereo speaker works, a magnetic toy, . Run time 8:08.
Learn to count and how to say how old you are. This video uses pictures of Playmobil toys. The numbers in Esperanto are built in a very regular and logical way. Run time 02:43.
Regenerative medicine involves the repair and regeneration of tissues for therapeutic purposes, such as replacing bone marrow in leukemia, cartilage in osteoarthritis or cells of the heart after a heart attack. In this course, we will explore basic mechanisms of how cells differentiate into specific tissues in response to a variety of biologic signaling molecules. We will discuss the use of such factors for in vitro tissue production. We will also study the cellular mechanisms involved in the cl
Speaker(s): Dr. James Ker-Lindsay, George C. Lordos, Symeon Matsis, Glafkos Constantinides, Layik Topcan, Robert Cowley, Dr Rebecca Bryant, Mustafa Öngün, Dr. Ceren Boğac, Dr. Wendy A. Pullan, Dr. Gabriel Koureas, Dr Christala Yakinthou | A half-day conference organised by the Hellenic Observatory, LSE and Contemporary Turkish Studies, LSE. Recent citizens' initiatives in Cyprus have proposed the opening of the ghost town of Varosha and have imagined the revitalisation of the Famagusta area.
An overview of Thunderbird's Global Business Dialogue which was held on November 10 & 11, 2011. There were over 1,100 attendees from 48 countries and 95 speakers from 79 global organizations at the event.
The beginning is purposely blurred as an artistic effect. This is a History Channel documentary regarding the Highlander's fight against the English in the 14th century that is suitable for high school students.
Winslow Homer on Prouts Neck
Beginnings of Civilization
21M.263 Music Since 1960 (MIT)
Brillouin spectroscopy : measurement of elastic and photoelastic constants of some alkali holide cry
Georgia Tech Participates in NSF Aerosol Study
Calculating Compound Interest
Esperanto for children - numbers and other words
7.340 Regenerative Medicine: from Bench to Bedside (MIT)
Reviving Famagusta: from ghost town to eco-city? - Session 1 of 2 [Audio]
Global Business Dialogue Overview
Ancient Warriors - The Highlanders 1/3