This week marks the first in a three part series, as hosts Jeremy Chapman and Yoni Kirsh, go deeper on managing your Office configuration from Group Policy, XML configuration files to the Office customization tool. Watch too as they reveal the second XStream install of the season, as host and pilot Yoni attempts to install Office while performing high-G Aerobatics.

For more information about the Office Deployment Tool for Click-to-Run as well as how to use it, check out the Office IT Pr
Author(s): Jeremy Chapman

Time domain method for accurate non-destructive determination of concrete pavement thickness (A)
The material in this thesis focuses on the problem of accurately determining the thickness of a concrete pavement layer via non-destructive means. Existing methods are reviewed, and limitations governing their use outlined. An alternative method based on isolating P-waves reflected off the pavement base in the time-domain is proposed. Potential advantages over established methods are that prior knowledge of P-wave velocity and geometrical correction factors are not required. Furthermore the meth
Author(s): Gibson, Alexander

Malaysia and Singapore: Models for the Asian Century?
Chaired by Basham Professor Anthony Milner from the ANU School of Culture, History & Language, this expert panel examines the question 'Malaysia -Singapore: Models for the Asian Century?' as part of the inaugural Malaysia-Singapore Update at The Australian National University. Both Malaysia and Singapore have had a long and close association with Australia in areas including economic cooperation, education, security and refugees. The longstanding governments of these two economically thriving s
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You have probably met the law of radioactive decay, which says that, given a sample of N0 similar nuclei at time tÂ =Â 0, the number remaining at time t is N(t)Â =Â N0eâˆ’Î»t, where Î», the decay constant for a particular kind of nucleus, determines the rate at which the nuclei decay. The half-life is the time needed for half of any sufficiently large sample to decay. It is related to the de
Author(s): The Open University

Upper Beginner #21 - A Japanese Train Accident
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You left your job in the city in Japan where you live to hop on the train and head home. But, when you arrived at the Japanese train station, it was immediately apparent that something strange was going on. You heard many Japanese train passengers talking excitedly, but you couldn’t make [...]
Author(s): JapanesePod101.com

Journal of Advanced Research in Applied Mathematics
The Journal of Advanced Research in Applied Mathematics (JARAM) is an open access online journal which publishes original research articles in any area of applied mathematics. The journal's website provides full text papers as PDF files. Publication commenced in 2009
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Human Physiology Part 1: Foundation Concepts
Steven Telleen
This is the first of an open-source four-part Human Physiology textbook. The remaining three parts: (2) Coordinating the multicellular infrastructure, (3)Physical Movement and Defense, and (4) [â€¦]

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Leicestershire Statistics and Research Online (LSRO)
Leicestershire Statistics and Research Online (LSRO) is an excellent example of a community resource developed by a consortium of public bodies. It draws together in one place publically accessible statistics, data sets and official reports relating to Leicestershire. It is possible for users to search for the latest information and generate graphs and data relating to their local community. All aspects of local government services, policing, health services and population areas are covered. Tec
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Electronic Extension: Some implications of cyberspace for the practice of architecture
This white-paper builds upon previous research to present hybrids of electronic and physical spaces as extensions of current design practice. It poses an hypothetical project - a hybrid of physical and cyberspaces - to be developed through an extrapolation of current architectural practice by fully exploiting new information technologies. The hybrid's attributes not only affect the scope of development but the very activities of the design team and client during - and after - deployment. The e
Author(s): Anders, Peter

A-Z HIV/Aids reporting practical guide
Published by the Kaiser Family Foundation, this practical guide which is intended for journalists provides information on HIV/Aids reporting for the media. The guide covers the basics of HIV/Aids reporting; tips on how to pitch stories to editors, and gives advice on ethical reporting. Lists are provided on additional resources with a glossary, a timeline of the history of HIV, FAQ, explanations utilised and details on treatments used for HIV/Aids. The last two chapters concentrate on TB and mal
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Advanced Software Tools for Routine Screening and Confirmation
By: Chrom Solutions Advanced Software Tools for Routine Screening and Confirmation Olaf Scheibner, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany Presented at the Thermo Scientific POPs Symposium 2015 in Bremen, Germany
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7.4 Cancer as an Evolutionary Process: Phylogenetics
Molecular phylogenetics can reconstruct the history of individual cancers, including resistance to chemotherapy and metastasis. Prof. Stearns explores this concept in the fourth lecture in the series on cancer as an evolutionary process.
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Fastcar: The Physics of Racing Part 2
This is a video to assist 5-7 graders in understanding the concepts of physics. It uses auto racing to illustrate the ideas. The video hits many different points and might be a good review for older students. Run time 07:49.
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We are at T-10 Weeks and Episode 10 of the TechEd Countdown show! Have you been waiting to register until the session content is released? Well wait no more! In this Episode Rick and Joey bring you more breaking news! The TechEd North America 2014 Content Catalog is LIVE with more than 600 Breakout Sessions, Hand
Author(s): RicksterCDN, Joey Snow

Dr. Danieley speaks of the formation of study abroad at Elon
Elon's study abroad program began under the leadership of President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley. Dr. Danieley told the humorous story of how it all got started during 2014 Spring Convocation in Alumni Gym. Get a full recap of Spring Convocation here: http://bit.ly/1edJ51M
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Cours de statique des poutres : Statique des poutres Ã©lastiques
Author(s): Jean Garrigues

Rencontres UniversitÃ©s Entreprises (RUE 2014) : Le rendez-vous annuel des acteurs universitaires, Economiques et institutionnels - 20 & 21 mars 2014 - Palais des CongrÃ¨s Paris

U-Multirank va-t-il rÃ©volutionner les classements internationaux ?

Alors que la Commission europÃ©enne lance U-Multirank, ce nouveau type de classement peut-il remettre en cause la lÃ©gitimitÃ© des ...
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Personality and values
Welcome to â€˜Personality and Valuesâ€™, one of several â€˜Futuresâ€™ workbooks, which help you choose and prepare a career route after graduation. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio The aim of this workbook is to help you to clarify or identify your personality type and work values as a step toward choosing work
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Dale Andersen - Diving for Science in the Mountains of Antarctica | Talks at Google
It's a place few people have seen or even imagined, and distant from familiar, everyday surroundings. At times the weather can be as harsh as the terrain with winds and blinding snow reaching 110 mph. For four months the darkness is company only to the sounds of cracking ice and the ever present howling of the winds. The surrounding mountains rise up majestically to soaring, pinnacled peaks, blocking the passage of the enveloping continental ice. The gentle slope of the Anuchin Glacier flows in
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Water Lives: forging a science-policy interface
Exploring the interface between science and policy-making at Water Lives - a science-policy symposium for Freshwater life in Brussels, January 2014. Listen to find out what every scientist should know about policy-making. Presented by Helen Scales. Produced by Paul Jepson. Supported by Biofresh. This project has received funding from the European Unionâ€™s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 226874.
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