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Money talks: Is the anger over trade justified?
Soumaya Keynes speaks to leading economist Richard Baldwin about how to mitigate globalisation's destructive effects. Also on the show: South Africa’s debt rating is just one notch above junk. How might the country bounce back? And why golf is no longer cool in Japan. Simon Long hosts
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Sikh Indian officers

The National Archives UK posted a photo:

Sikh Indian officers

Description: Sikh Indian officers in uniform and mufti

Location: North west frontier of India

Date: 1933-1935

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2 Black holes: a reminder

You may have previously met the formation of a black hole at the end of the life of a massive star. Accreting black holes, which were formed in this way, are members of close binary star systems.

A black hole is formed when self-gravity causes material to collapse to such high densities that the escape speed (or escape velocity) reaches the speed of light. Using Newtonian dynamics we can calculate the magnitude of the escape velocity from planet Earth (mass M E
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4 OpenMark quiz

You might like to make some notes on the course for your own use later. Here is an example of a student's notes.

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Geolocalización - Taller/Trastegem #Novadors14

Presentación utilizada el 4/7/14 en Gandia en las XI Jornadas Novadors, #Novadors14

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Is Obesity a Disease?
Paul Griffiths, Charles Perkins Center, University of Sydney, gives a talk for the UBVO seminar series.
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ASIMO avoids moving obstacles: A Robot Built by Honda
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have given Honda's humanoid robot, ASIMO, has the ability to walk towards a goal position while avoiding obstacles. The robot's work is well worth a student watching and ideal for technology course.

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Today’s self-taught typists almost as fast as touch typists – as long as they can see the keyboa
Sometimes you can't improve on a classic method: Touch typing is still the fastest.
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The week ahead: Trump's strongman act
Matthew Symonds, Defence and diplomatic editor, discusses Donald Trump's reckless NATO snub and as Rio readies for the Olympics, Jan Piotrowski, Brazil correspondent, talks about the legacy the games will leave behind. Helen Joyce hosts.
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2.9 Iron (Fe)

The ability of blood to carry oxygen is due to the presence of the red pigment, haemoglobin, present in red blood cells. Haemoglobin is a protein formed from four polypeptide chains called globins, in the centre of each of which is a small non-protein part called a haem group ( haima is Greek for ‘blood’). Each of the haem groups has an iron atom within it ( Author(s): The Open University

Crazy Rich Indians: An Inside Look at the Burgeoning Bollygarchs
India is the world's fastest-growing economy and could remain so for 20-30 years. Can it succeed at shrinking its great wealth disparity?
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2.8 Why do (only some) teams succeed?

Clearly, it is not possible to devise a set of rules which, if followed, would lead inexorably to team effectiveness. The determinants of a successful team are complex and not equivalent to following a set of prescriptions. However, the results of poor teamworking can be expensive, so it is useful to draw on research, experience and case studies to explore some general guidelines. What do I mean by 'team effectiveness'? – the achievement of goals alone? Where do the achievements of individu
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13 Post-compulsory science education

In a speech to the Institute of Economic Affairs in 2001, the then UK Secretary of State for Education said:

Young people choosing vocational study will be able to see a ladder of progression that gives structure, purpose and expectation to their lives, in the same way that a future pathway is clear to those who leave school to gain academic A-levels and enter university. Over-16s in full-time education will be abl
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Religious Beliefs of the Founding Fathers (podcast)
Comparison of the-ideological-legacies-of-the-American-and-French-revolutions. - “…independence from Britain was decided not by a dramatic uprising of the people, but as the culmination of a prolonged and deliberate parliamentary procedure… But ironically, these two revolutions were inspired by the same ideas: liberty, equality, and

the rights of the people…”


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3.4 Stereoscopic vision

DA explains that ancestral monkeys had to 'decide whether a branch was within reach of a stretch or a jump - or beyond either' [p.248]. Individuals that were able to judge distances between themselves and branches more accurately had a competitive edge over other individuals, which led to the development in primates of stereoscopic vision. Stereoscopic vision evolved convergently in carnivores that judge distances to capture fast-moving prey.

The field of view of a single eye is termed
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VERSATORIUM: A Collaborative Translation Intensive with Peter Waterhouse | Woodberry Poetry Room
This talk, introduced by Prof. Stephanie Sandler, inaugurated a week-long series of group translations and collaborative creations based on the electrifying pedagogy of the Vienna-based collective Versatorium and its “founder” the poet, novelist, translator and activist Peter Waterhouse. Co-sponsored by the Woodberry Poetry Room and Poetry Without Borders. For more information, visit hcl.harvard.edu/poetryroom.
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2.1.2 Jackie Carlin

Jackie Carlin was working in a community advice centre in Dundee, and dealing with problems relating to poverty on a daily basis. She herself had suffered debt problems in the past and was acutely aware of the difficulties facing those she was trying to help. She was particularly aware of the impact of unemployment in Dundee, resulting from the closure of factories which used to provide a livelihood for local people. In the clips, she describes her own experience of debt and the help she rece
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Season 2 – Lesson 08 – Coffee Break Spanish
Coming up in this lesson: An easy way of extending your range of language is by using adjectives, and this lesson of Coffee Break Spanish looks at adjectives in detail. In Spanish adjectives have to “agree” with the word they describe and you’ll learn the rules of adjective agreements. Please note that lesson 08 of […]
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De winter : Toets
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Toets waarbij leerlingen allerlei vragen beantwoorden over de winter:

  • dieren in de winter,
  • het gedrag van de mens in de winter,
  • weersverschijnselen,
  • ...

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EN-6. Emerging risks and diseases (Vidéo)

Bernard Swynghedauw proposes an overview of the new medical landscape, marked by the emergence of several risks and diseases. He especially explores the age, the infectious risk and the immune risk, and underlines the necessity to take into account different factors to explain the public health issues.


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