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Greatest Discoveries: William Harvey: Blood Flow Theory
Part of Discovery's series "Greatest Discoveries in Medicine". William William Harvey discovers how blood is actually circulated. Run time 02:43.
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Toxic: Garbage Island
For years we've been reading about a patch of garbage the size of Texas floating in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, ingeniously dubbed the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Basically, any trash that gets dumped in the water rides the currents to this one spot and joins an ever-increasing flotilla of garbage. For all the breathless accounts of the mess and its impact on the area's sealife, however, no one seemed to have a picture of the buildup.

In order to sate our own curiosit

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Misa Grannis: Decalcifying the City
Architecture Final Reviews: Presented by the Architecture Program at California College of the Arts. Filmed at CCA's San Francisco campus April 27--29, 2012, 9 a.m.--7 p.m. The fixed roots and long and costly timelines of permanent structures prevent them from keeping pace with their inhabitants, resulting in wasted investments and neighborhood stagnation. This thesis proposes to reconcile the slowness of the permanent city with the speed of urban life through a reinterpretation of the territor
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1.7 Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

Activity 14

What is the condition that results from vitamin C deficiency and what are its symptoms?

Answer

You will probably remember from th
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PROJECTED SPACE: CHARACTERIZING THE ?CYBRID ARCHITECTURE?.
The ?cybrid architecture? has been defined like integration of physical and digital spaces. Based on the capability of electronic media to generate virtual environments (cyberspaces) which could be related to buildings. However, theoretical studies and contemporary works reveal a more complex relationship between media and constructions. Expressed in architectural characteristics that constitutes a new spatial quality, named here projected space. Hence the paper argues that ?cybrid architecture?
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Skylark, The Movie, Part Five
This selection contains part five of the movie Skylark.  Skylark is the sequel to the book Sarah, Plain and Tall.  ( Parts of the segment are blurry and unsteady.) ( 4:21)
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3.8 Summary

  • Because the subject matter of psychology (ourselves and non-human animals) is complex and reactive, psychologists have to choose from amongst a wide range of methods.

  • Psychologists make use of methods that aim to maximise objectivity; they also use methods that focus on and explore subjectivities and meanings.

  • Depending on the topic they are researching, psychologists can choose to adopt an outsider viewpoint or an insider
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Digital Construction - Demonstration of Interactive Assembly Using Smart Discrete Papers with RFID a
This paper proposes and examines a new way of cooperation between human workers and machine intelligence in architectural scale construction. For the transfer of construction information between the physical and digital world, mature technologies such as Radio Frequency IDentifier (RFID), and emerging technologies like Augmented Reality (AR) are used in parallel to supplement each other. Dynamic data flow is implemented to synchronize digital and physical models by following the ID signatures of
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3.3 Actividad

Actividad 3.3

Look at the map of South America and complete the following description using al lado de, y and entre.

Mire el mapa y complete el texto.


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9.4 Activity: Developing your strategy for using skills in working with others

Develop a strategy for using skills in working with others over a period of time. Your strategy should include:

  • an identification of the opportunities you can use to practise your skills in working with ot
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Who Killed The Maya? The History Channel 4/5
This documentary explores the reasons for this society's demise. 'The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems.' (Maya Civilization, Wikipedia, 2009). This History Channel documentary is suitable for older middle and high school students.
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Keep on learning

Study another free course

There are more than 800 courses on OpenLearn for you to choose from on
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Philanthropy fuels success: Concordia's Donor and Student Awards Celebration
http://concordia.ca/now Close to 400 guests attended Concordia's Donor and Student Awards Celebration at Le Centre Sheraton, in Montreal, on March 15. Organized by Concordia's Advancement and Alumni Relations, the evening was an opportunity for the university to thank benefactors who generously fund scholarships to propel young minds and advance society. Michel Boyer, a student reporter in Concordia's Department of Journalism, prepared this video report on the Donor and Student Awards Celebratio
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Hesiod's Theogony, Part 2
A film on Hesiod's Theogony, Part 2. (02:57)
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Bridge Project Technology Workshop: Marc Vidal
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Interview with The Joy of Spooking Author P.J. Bracegirdle
Author P. J. Bracegirdle spins a yarn of delicious devilry and macabre
mayhem in the very first book of The Joy of Spooking trilogy. In this
video we had a chance to speak to the author about his book.

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Science, Technology, and Government

Science, Technology, and Government
Big GovernmentFree MarketsAuthor(s): Judy

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The Korean War
Learn how the tiny Asian country of Korea was divided in the aftermath of World War II and how the cold war politics between the United States and the Soviet Union led to a brutal conflict. (01:59)
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