What is Energy?
With an introduction to the ideas of energy, students discuss specific types of energy and the practical sources of energy. Hands-on activities help them identify types of energy in their surroundings and enhance their understanding of energy.
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"Ausleihdaten aus Bibliotheken als Linked Open Data publizieren und nutzen" Magnus Pfeffer (Hochschu
By: SWIB In einem laufenden Projekt untersuche ich gemeinsam mit Kai Eckert von der UB Mannheim und Studierenden an der Hochschule der Medien mögliche Anwendungsfälle für Ausleihdaten aus Bibliothekssystemen als Linked Data. Das erste Szenario ist der statistische Vergleich von (Teil-)Bibliotheken. Hierbei muss die Beschreibung der Bibliotheken, ihres Bestanded und der Ausleihbedingungen als Vokabular modelliert werden. Dieses Vokabular und seine Semantik muss sich an den vorhandenen Standar
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Episode 118: Controlling our impulses: Communication pathways and signal transmission in the nervous

Neuroscientists Prof Bruce Carter and Dr Simon Murray explain how nerve cells conduct information efficiently and the processes that underlie the orderly creation and destruction of nerve and supporting cells. With Science host Dr Shane Huntington.

Episode 122: The ones and zeroes of life: Computational biology and the trajectory of scale

IBM computational biologist Dr Ajay Royyuru and computer scientist Professor Justin Zobel discuss the intersection of life sciences with high-end computing, and how computational scale may dramatically enhance biological and genetic research. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.

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Scientific Method Song by Have Fun Teaching (Performed By Mrs. Bullock's Class)
The Scientific Method Song from the Science Songs CD by Have Fun Teaching performed by Mrs. Bullock's class in Florida. This song teaches the different steps of the scientific method. (03:43)
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Music Licensing - New Online Course
Learn more about Music Licensing at: http://bit.ly/yvAOJs Licensing powers virtually every use of music, from digital download stores, to live performance, to music across mixed media. Through creative licensing, artists have made $10K on Twitter in one night, transformed albums into mobile applications, reached over 100 million listeners every day, and worked to collect every dime owed to them. Music Licensing sheds light on the nuts-and-bolts behind music monetization and how licensing is the
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CHIN 302-01, Advanced Chinese, Spring 2008
We will continue to put more emphasis on listening and speaking this semester. By doing speech, conversation and discussing China News which the students choose from Chinese websites, students can express themselves and communicate with each other in Chinese, and get a good habit reading Chinese materials which contain large amount of information. Also, we will play games based on the characters and text contents in class to improve the comprehensive ability of using Chinese. By the end of this
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Myanmar's upcoming by-election and Aung San Suu Kyi - Dr Nicholas Farrelly
Dr Nicholas Farrelly of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific discusses Myanmar's upcoming by-election and the likelihood of Aung San Suu Kyi being elected to the country's parliament.
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Science Bob--Chicken Sounds From a Plastic Cup-Sounding Boards
Use items you have at home to make the sounds of a chicken while learning about sounding boards. Supplies are simple and include string, plastic cup, paper towel, and paper clip. This would be a great project for home or for school. Students will enjoy this fun activity. (2:04)
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The Real Global Warming Threat
According to the author of the 'slide-type' video, he describes the real danger of global warming. (03:21)
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Roundtable on the Semicentennial of Rothbard’s 'Man, Economy, and State'
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Session 3: Creating a blogging environment

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Fabrizio Scarpa : "Cellular structures for morphing wings and reflectors"

In recent years the aerospace R&D community has witnessed a significant surge in research activities connected to morphing aerospace structures. This seminar describes the results from modelling and testing prototypes of wingboxes and satellite antenna reflectors made with cellular configurations. The cellular structures used (honeycombs, truss-cores, lattices) show negative and zero Poisson’s ratio behaviours, and are made from polimeric, shape memory alloy and embedded piezoelectr
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Harvard student Kelsey Beck is Miss Boston 2012
Kelsey Beck '14, was recently named Miss Boston and will be competing for the Miss Massachusetts title in late June. With thanks to Russell Photography for pageant footage.
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Alaska Tsunami
In this video adapted from Alaska Sea Grant, learn about the devastating tsunamis generated by the Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964. Hear firsthand accounts about the tsunamis and see an animation showing how tsunamis are created when there is a sudden displacement of water, caused by a change in elevation of the seafloor or by landslides. Observe how tsunamis impact coastal communities, and learn how research is critical for community preparedness. (03:17)
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Into Space!
This activity introduces students to the basic physics concepts on how rockets work through the building and testing of a model rocket fueled by an antacid. Students have the opportunity to revise and improve their initial design. Note: This activity is similar to film canister rockets that students make in elementary school but is adapted for middle school.
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14.04.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Samstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. Die Entsendung einer Beobachtermission der Vereinten Nationen zur Überwachung der Waffenruhe nach Syrien verzögert sich. Russland stellte sich im UN-Sicherheitsrat gegen eine von westlichen und arabischen Staaten formulierte Resolution. Moskaus UN-Botschafter Witali Tschurkin meinte, es müsse alles herausgestrichen werden, was für diesen besonderen Zwe
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Pain science: discovering the limits of experience - Lindsey Cohen, Candy McCabe, Lance McCracken, E
Members of the new Bath Centre for Pain Research celebrate its launch. The lecture is introduced by Professor Chris Eccleston, the centre's director, and includes an address by Dr Lindsey Cohen and talks by Dr Lance McCracken, Dr Candy McCabe and Dr Ed Keogh.
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The psychology of habit - Bas Verplanken
Professor Bas Verplanken from the University of Bath talks about the psychology of habit and how much of what we do is done at the same time in the same location.
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Otis College Graduate Program: Public Practice
A profile of Otis College of Art and Design Graduate Department: Public Practice. Described by the Founding Grad Public Practice Chair Suzanne Lacy. Shows students and faculty at work, as well as some discussion about benefits of being in Los Angeles, CA.
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