Galileo Galilei: An Abbreviated Biography
Galileo Galilei's many accomplishments make him stand out as one of the most important scientists in history and this video provides a brief biography of his life. The video highlights how he had to battle the Catholic Church to get his views known and ended up dying while under house arrest for these beliefs. A good overview. (02:11)
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Banking on Russia’s future
‘Russian management’ may seem like a conflict in terms to some cynics in the business world, but a new programme for the region’s largest bank created by INSEAD and the Moscow-based New Economic School is changing all that.
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Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, DIY Clinometer template
Make your own clinometer - template and instructions
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Leadership lessons in less than 140 characters.
Cam Preus, Commissioner of the Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Developement provides leadership and advocacy with the Goverment, the legislature, and other statewide stakeholders for Oregon's 17 community colleges, 7 workforce investment areas, and many community based organizations. Given Oregon's goal for increased levels of educational attainment (40/40/20) Cam has focused energy and leadership on the middle 40, convening all facets of Oregon community colleges to concentrate
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RAF Seething - USAAF Station 146
A photographic record of the airfield, the surviving buildings and the wall art contained therein
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ISS Update: Weekly Recap for March 30, 2012
The International Space Station Weekly Recap for March 26-30, 2012. Questions? Ask us on Twitter @NASA_Johnson and include the hashtag #askStation. For the latest news about the space station, visit http://www.nasa.gov/station.
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Profile: Ben Oppenheimer
Dr. Oppenheimer is primarily interested in comparative exoplanetary science, the study of planets orbiting stars other than the Sun. This nascent field is so young that we cannot, yet, image exoplanets. His 600 square foot laboratory in the Rose Center is the birthplace of a number of new astronomical instruments designed to tackle the problem of exoplanet imaging and spectroscopy. Dr. Oppenheimer is a member of the team specifying the scientific goals of NASA's Terrestrial Planet Finder Miss
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Race and Ethnicity Conference: Jim Crow Museum Walkthrough
Race and Ethnicity Conference: Jim Crow Museum Walkthrough
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MSU Staff profiles: Brian Kirschensteiner
Brian Kirschensteiner talks about his position as preparator at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/staff-profiles-brian-kirschensteiner
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BOTTICELLI : La Naissance de Vénus - L'Art en Question - S01 E03
Libération du corps et de la beauté du nu féminin ou soumission à un nouveau cliché ? Plus d'infos sur la série et le projet sur http://www.canal-educatif.fr
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Gene Targeting Into the 21st Century
Gene Targeting Into the 21st Century: Mouse Models of Human Diseases From Cancer to Neuropsychiatric Disorders
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Muhammad Yunus discusses poverty
Muhammad Yunus asks who created poverty, and how we can work to eliminate it during his visit to Elon University on April 3, 2012 for A Convocation for Honors.
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Part 1 of 3 The Secret Life of the Radio
9:48 The Secret Life Of Machines - The Radio. Tim Hunkin and Rex Garrod Take you through the workings and history of the radio.
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UW Timeline: University of Washington Founded 1861
Seattle pioneers Arthur Denny, Edward Lander and Charles Terry endowed the first ten acres of land to found the Territorial University of Washington in 1861, making downtown Seattle home to the first public university in the state. The University of Washington opened its doors to its first class of 30 students, taught by instructor ASA Mercer, on November 4th 1861. The University was relocated to its present-day campus on Lake Washington in the newly constructed Denny Hall, and by the 1970s, enr
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Bottled Water
Have you ever wondered where bottled water comes from and what impact this has on the environment? This informative, animated video looks at the complete process of producing bottled water and strives to answer the question, 'Bottled water - who needs it?' Highlighting the effects this has on the carbon footprint, we learn how bottled water is disseminated worldwide. This material forms part of the course U116 Environment: journeys through a changing world.Author(s): The iTunes U team

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MSU Faculty conversations: Denise Troutman
Denise Troutman, associate professor of linguistics, talks about how linguistic politeness operates in the African-American speech community, and how speech acts may be misinterpreted by others. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/faculty-conversations-denise-troutman
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If the Public Would be Outraged by Their Rulings, Should Judges Care? (Other Resource)
This Foundation for Law, Justice and Society Annual Lecture, delivered by Professor Cass Sunstein on 24 May 2007, questions the limits and legitimacy of judicial independence in the face of public opinion.
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Philosophy Discussion: Darwin in the 21st Century: Nature, Humanity, and God
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We Choose to Cha Cha Cha (ch)
This video segment from Between the Lions features Theo and Cleo singing a song and dancing the Cha Cha to demonstrate the "ch" sound. They perform in the main reading room of the library and sing about how some lions do other activities to cheer up, but they choose to cha, cha, cha. Three monkeys do backup singing. Featured words include: choose; chuckle; chase; chipmunk; chomp; chicken; chiquita; choose; cha, cha, cha; chew; and cheer. This video segment provides a resource for Phone
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VUCast Newscast: Erasing Hate
This Week on VUCast, Vanderbilt’s weekly newscast highlighting research, experts, students, sports and everything Vanderbilt: Erasing Hate How country’s biggest stars shine at Vanderbilt Another Vandy team is championship bound!  
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