7.340 Ubiquitination: The Proteasome and Human Disease (MIT)
This course is one of many Advanced Undergraduate Seminars offered by the Biology Department at MIT. These seminars are tailored for students with an interest in using primary research literature to discuss and learn about current biological research in a highly interactive setting. This seminar provides a deeper understanding of the post-translational mechanisms evolved by eukaryotic cells to target proteins for degradation. Students learn how proteins are recognized and degraded by specif
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Catholic Mass - 3/11/2012 (Third Sunday of Lent)
Duke Catholic Center's Celebration of the Eucharist Fr. Matthew Monnig, FSJ, presiding http://catholic.duke.edu Third Sunday of Lent Service begins @ 11:37 Homily begins @ 26:15 Scripture: First Reading: Exodus 20:1-17 Psalm 19: Lord You Have the Words (27) Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 1:22-25 Gospel: John 2:13-25 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn: Gather Us In (744) Offertory Hymn: Eye Has Not Seen (638) Communion Hymn: Now We Remain (694) Meditation: Deep Withi
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7.340 Regenerative Medicine: from Bench to Bedside (MIT)
Regenerative medicine involves the repair and regeneration of tissues for therapeutic purposes, such as replacing bone marrow in leukemia, cartilage in osteoarthritis or cells of the heart after a heart attack. In this course, we will explore basic mechanisms of how cells differentiate into specific tissues in response to a variety of biologic signaling molecules. We will discuss the use of such factors for in vitro tissue production. We will also study the cellular mechanisms involved in the cl
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Sociologies of Bodies
Dave Harris
Xerte. This is quite a large RLO that outlines a number of approaches to studies of body modification (and body maintenance).The specific examples include studies of bodybuilding, piercing, tattooting.There is a page on disabled bodies, one on theories of the body and one on actually researching bodies. I have included quite a few hyperlinks to 'reading guides' to the literature: these are critical reviews and summaries really. I have two large lists of such guides -- on sociol

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Arkivverket : Riksarkivet og statsarkivene
Arkivverket: Riksarkivet og Statsarkivene (National archival services of Norway) consists of Riksarkivet (National Archives) and statsarkivene (the regional state archives) and contains documents from the regional and local branches of the state administration in their districts as well as non-current records of government ministries and other central offices. The archive services has as its task to preserve archive material from state institutions; to make this material available for use to th
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Topografía y Cartografía Mineras
La asignatura se sitúa en tercer curso, segundo cuatrimestre, del título de Grado en Ingeniería de Recursos Minerales y Energía. Se trata de una asignatura obligatoria y sus contenidos se basan en los de la asignatura Topografía, de 2º curso.
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Ruling Im/Material Uncertainties
Visual rules are powerful in loosely capturing the impact of material behavior on form in designer?s hands-on experimentation. They present a first step to translate the causal relations between material and form to computation without sacrificing the uncertainties in the designer?s interaction with the materials. This study investigates how to model the relation between material and form with visual rules so that the model embodies some of the phenomenological aspects of reality, rather than me
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9.1 Key characteristics of the enlightenment

Exercise 9

Try to note down as many of the key characteristics of the Enlightenment as you can remember

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How did you manage this? Did you remind
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21W.765J Interactive and Non-Linear Narrative: Theory and Practice (MIT)
This course explores the properties of non-linear, multi-linear, and interactive forms of narratives as they have evolved from print to digital media. Works covered in this course range from the Talmud, classics of non-linear novels, experimental literature, early sound and film experiments to recent multi-linear and interactive films and games. The study of the structural properties of narratives that experiment with digression, multiple points of view, disruptions of time, space, and of storyl
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Orgo: Alkaloids App for Android
'Learn about organic chemistry: alkaloids!Organic Chemistry: Alkaloids is a fully-featured flash card app that includes:+ Main Deck+ Faves Deck+ Ignore Feature+ Shuffle Ability+ Choice of Primary Side+ Search Feature+ Index+ Beautiful, Easy-to-Use InterfaceIndividual cards can be added to or removed from a built-in "Faves Deck" at any time. Use the "Faves Deck" to study only the cards that really give you trouble.Cards can also be "ignored." If you've mastered a card, just add it to the "Ignore
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1.2 Continuity and change

Religions generally go to a great deal of trouble to stress how consistent, how changeless, how solid they are, but change is, in fact, an observable and constant factor in religion. At a personal level, for example, older Catholics who grew up having to eat fish on Friday and ‘knowing’ that cremation was forbidden to them are aware of that. Such ‘unchanging certainties’ have changed a great deal over the years. It is therefore useful to look both at how a religion develops over time
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21F.704 Spanish IV (MIT)
Spanish IV aims at developing and improving student's oral and written communication through the continued study of the language, literature and culture of Spain, Latin America and Hispanic communities in the United States. It also seeks to improve students' ability to read and appreciate literary and non-literary texts in Spanish, deepening this way students' awareness and understanding of the cultural diversity of the Spanish-speaking world. The course is organized by themes based on contempor
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2.1 Introduction

If Goethe is regarded as the greatest German poet of his time, Franz Schubert (see Figure 1) is generally accepted as the greatest songwriter of the period. But their careers and experience could not have been more different. Unlike Goethe, who lived into his 80s, Schubert died at the age of 31. Goethe's writing career extended from the 1770s, when Enlightenment writing was at its height, to his death in 1832, by which time Romanticism was in full flood. Schubert's important work was concentr
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Visual Studio Online and Application Insights | Build 2014

Brian Keller sits down with Aaron Bjork (Visual Studio Online) and Bret Grinslade (Application Insights) to talk about some of the latest updates being made to this set of cloud-hosted services for developers and operations.


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Guide to the Microfilmed Records of Mount Moriah Baptist Church, Smithfield (Fayette Co.) PA. 1784-1
This collection consists of the combined church record books of Mount Moriah Baptist Church, Smithfield PA. The books are continuous from 1784-1811, 1815-1971.
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3.2.1 Ever-changing labels

A few years from now, there will undoubtedly be new labels for people with learning disabilities and mental health problems, and other groups who are seen to need care. This is because new labels which are intended to de-stigmatise get contaminated by some of the negative attitudes attached to the condition they are describing. Thus ‘sub-normal’, introduced to replace ‘mental defective’ in the Mental Health Act 1959, is now seen as a term of abuse. At the time, however, it was seen as
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6.824 Distributed Computer Systems Engineering (MIT)
This course covers abstractions and implementation techniques for the design of distributed systems. Topics include: server design, network programming, naming, storage systems, security, and fault tolerance. The assigned readings for the course are from current literature. This course is worth 6 Engineering Design Points.
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"Emerging Markets" on the Internet
Vili Lehdonvirta discusses emerging markets on the Internet.
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This Day in History March 4: FDR Inaugurated
On March 4, 1933, at the height of the Great Depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt is inaugurated as the 32nd president of the United States. In his famous inaugural address, delivered outside the east wing of the U.S. Capitol, Roosevelt outlined his "New Deal"--an expansion of the federal government as an instrument of employment opportunity and welfare--and told Americans that "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself." (1:00)
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