Purdue Team Breaks Rube Goldberg World Record
The Purdue Society of Professional Engineers team broke the Guinness World Record for largest Rube Goldberg machine ever with 300 total steps to accomplish the simple task of popping a balloon. The team also took the People's Choice award at the 25th annual national championship. https://dev.www.purdue.edu/newsroom/general/2012/120331RubeNational.html
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Ian Hacking on The Biosocial Being
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Stefan Karpinski and Jeff Bezanson - Julia Programming Language

"Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for technical computing, with syntax that is familiar to users of other technical computing environments. It provides a sophisticated compiler, distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive mathematical function library." - julialang.org

Here, we meet two members of the Julia design team - Stefan Karpinski an
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I Wanna Iguana
Karen Kauffman Orloff reads her book out loud and you follow along. (05:23)
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Iowans Take Care of Each Other
In this States video, Tom Arnold shares with us why Iowans take care of each other and how they feel protective of one another and their state. He also discusses that the worst thing about Iowa is the lack of a direct flight to the state from Los Angeles. (1:15)
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Part 1- Mode and Tempo in Technological Change (Workshop)
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Word Family "og" Picture Book
In this short animated picture book, young learners will be introduced to the "og" word family. Words include hog, dog, frog, jog, log, smog, and bog. Visuals that accompany each word are clear and colorful. This is a great resource to introduce and/or to review word families in the early childhood classroom. (0:59)
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Scary Movies: Know When Kids of all Ages Are Ready
This video shows the negative effects that scary films can have on unprepared children. The video has interviews and suggestions to help parents and teachers understand the difference between fact and fantasy. Children under seven are in need of more protection. The video also offers many suggestions on how to deal with children and make sure they stay away from these videos. The video also points out that even high school students may be at danger by watching videos of unsocial activities and t
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Thank A-You
Held by the Auburn University student body for the first time on March 20, 2012, Thank A-You Day kicked off Auburn's annual Student Giving Campaign. The Haley Center Concourse event helped students better understand how private charitable giving by our alumni and friends benefits Auburn and provides opportunities for students. More than 1,300 students said "thanks" to our many generous donors by signing our thank-you card and recording video testimonials. Many students began their own legacy of
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Graduating Student Profile 2012 - Jenna Broccolo
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Authors@Google: Frances Frei & Anne Morriss: Uncommon Service
"Award-winning Harvard Business School professor Frances Frei and global thought leader Anne Morriss, both of whom specialize in building outstanding service companies, reading from their new book Uncommon Service: How to Win by Putting Customers at the Core of Your Business. Most companies treat service as a low-priority business operation, keeping it out of the spotlight until a customer complains. Then service gets to make a brief appearance - for as long as it takes to calm the customer dow
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Introduction: David Farrell, University Archivist, The Bancroft Library Welcome: Elaine Tennant, Director, The Bancroft Library Beata FitzPatrick, Associate Chancellor -- Chief of Staff
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HUM310 Session 2 Summer 2012
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Un buen video para los niños. Este documental ofrece una visión general del Imperio Bizantino y tiene dibujos agradables. (15:24)
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Course Threads: Design and the Big Picture
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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The '60 Second Impressions' are a series of one-minute films featuring current Cambridge undergraduate students. These students talk about what it's really like to study at Cambridge, live in a College, and take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Hannah is from Leeds, and is studying Law. In her 60 Second Impression, she talks about how she chose her College, the different activities she has been involved in (with varying degrees of success!) and her favourite place in Cambr
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Testing Sewage Water to Track Cocaine Usage
A Texas Tech doctoral student has done research and discovered there are traceable amounts of cocaine in the Lubbock water system.
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Her lecture notes: The continuous search for novel electronic and spintronic devices recently came to fruition in the form of oxide interfaces. Combining two boring oxide insulators can result in an unexpected highly-conducting layer at the interface. At present, similar conducting layers are used with great success in silicon-based computer chips. However, the oxide interfaces exhibit a much larger variety of phenomena, which may lead to additional applications, particularly in the field of
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Describe the electric and magnetic waves as they move out from a source, such as an AC generator. Explain the mathematical relationship between the magnetic field […]

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