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Science in Second Life, using robots in surgery and Walking with Robots
Warning: this Take-Away Science episode involves more than a hint of technology. We chat to Becca Wilson and Oliver Butters about their virtual space science project with school students. We also meet Professor Justin Cobb who's leading the way with robotic surgery and catch up with Ashley Green and Claire Rocks from the Walking with Robots project. The interviews are recorded by OU staff and the programme is hosted by Dr Mike Bullivant from the OU/BBC television series Rough Science.
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Science perspectives: from an OU student, to outreach and cutting-edge research
In this podcast, we meet Professor Tom Lane, President-elect of the American Chemical Society and discuss why scientists should get involved with outreach. We return to The Open University's Dr Mark Brandon and Wes Fraser, on Mark's fascinating research into Antarctica's melting icesheets. We also meet Hazel Carr, a Course Manager in the university's Science Faculty. Hazel tells us about her experience as an OU student; the good and the bad. The interviews are recorded by OU staff and the progra
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Life sciences: Evolution in snails, the perils of looking after snakes and scientists on television
In this podcast we meet a herpetologist, or snake expert, from Wales and discuss genetic coding in snakes and research developments. We also meet David Robinson, a biologist and Senior Lecturer at the OU, who has been involved with OU television programmes for many years, and chat about what the future for science programming might look like. Finally, we chat to Jenny Worthington, a project officer at the OU, about the fantastic evolution meglab project. The interviews are recorded by OU staff a
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The Solid Earth
Learn how the solid interior of the earth affects the outer layer through mountain ranges, volcanoes and plate tectonics.  Get a better understanding of the earth and plate tectonics by viewing this video.
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Biotechnology
Drew Malbica
A report about Biotechnology
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Consequences of the War on Terrorism: George Soros
Consequences of the War on Terrorism Introduced by Chancellor Robert J. Birgeneau George Soros Founder and Chairman of the Open Society Institute, Financier, Philanthropist, and author of The Age of Fallibility: The Consequences of the War on Terrorism Lowell Bergman Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for Public Service, and the Reva and David Logan Distinguished Professor of Investigative Reporting at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism Dana Priest Author, Pulitzer Prize-winning journ
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Assessing your skills
Welcome to Assessing Your Skills one of the series of Futures workbooks, which help students choose and prepare for their careers. 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 skills as a first step toward choosing work that really suits you. It can also he
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Stuart McLean, 2014 Concordia honorary doctorate
Stuart McLean is a best-selling author, award-winning journalist and humorist, and host of CBC Radio program The Vinyl Cafe. He began his broadcasting career making radio documentaries for CBC Radio's Sunday Morning. Following Sunday Morning, Stuart spent seven years as a regular columnist and guest host on CBC's Morningside. His book, The Morningside World of Stuart McLean, was a Canadian bestseller and a finalist in the 1990 City of Toronto Book Awards. Stuart McLean has also written Welcome H
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Women in science today, a latter-day heroine and forensic science
In this podcast we catch up with Professor Kathy Sykes at the 2008 Cheltenham Science Festival and find out about her heroine of science; we meet Dr Christine Heading, an OU Associate Lecturer, who has been awarded a Royal Pharmaceutical Society for her work with women; and chat to the OU’s Professor Bassindale about our new course in Forensic Science. The interviews are recorded by OU staff and the programme is hosted by Dr Mike Bullivant from the OU/BBC television series Rough Science.
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What Makes Innovation Tick: Wearable Technology and Disruptive Innovations
Swatch watch co-inventor and innovation advocate Elmar Mock sat down with Provost Stephen W. Director at Tuesday’s Profiles in Innovation event to discuss Mock’s passion for creativity, risk-taking, and disruptive inventions.
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Preface to College Physics [with Concept Coach]
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Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick
How to calculate the volume of a brick, guide (pdf)
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Art a GoGo Podcast #26 - John Myatt: The Biggest Art Con of the 20th Century

Please visit our blog at www.artagogo.com/blog for full show notes and links that we discuss during the show.

We had the pleasure of interviewing British artist John Myatt. Myatt along with his former partner John Drewe are responsible for what is described by many to be the biggest art con of the 20th Century.

The story has caught the imagination of Hollywood, with no less than two movies in the works. Michael Douglas’ film titled <
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An Evening with Meryl Streep
Meryl Streep, one of today's true Hollywood icons, visited the ROM for an evening of thoughtful reflection and discussion. Interviewed by Johanna Schneller, the Globe and Mail's film critic, this lecture was associated with The Question of Celebrity programming series which explores fame and the evocative allure of celebrity. Audio of the film clips shown at the lecture are not included in this podcast.
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Reel American History Project
The general goal of the Reel American History project is to foster critical thinking about a matter of enduring cultural attention, especially where young people are concerned: the formation of our national identity. Reel American History is designed to be a "Collaborative Shared Resource". It aims at being a large, ongoing, cumulative, collaborative project that involves many students and many faculty over a long period of time. We strive to engage students in authentic learning – making st
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Jay Winter: Moving Images
Professor Jay Winter (History, Yale University) 'Moving Images: From Silent Film to Film Silences in War Films, 1914-2009'. Keynote lecture at CRASSH conference 'The Moving Image' (26-27 February, 2010). This paper explores the long history of representation of war in film, from the Great War to the present. It suggests first that silent film provided a form of public séance in an era when spiritualism was at its apogee, and secondly, that it is the silences in later 'talkies' which enable us t
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Biggest Dinosaur Ever! Argentinosaurus - Planet Dinosaur - BBC
John Hurt narrates the facts behind the discovery of huge nesting site in modern day Patagonia. Fossilized remains show Argentinosaurus laid tens of thousands of eggs in a 15 km nesting site used for hundreds of thousands of years. The hatchlings, if they survive, will grow at an incredible rate. Over a 40 year life span Argentinosaurus can grow from 4 kg to 75 tons! (03:57)

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Creole Language and Culture, Spring 2007
This course introduces students to the language of Haitian Kreyòl, or Creole, and to the culture of its speakers. The course is intended for students with no prior knowledge of the language and will develop both reading and writing skills--emphasizing communicative competence as well as grammatical and phonetic techniques. Importantly, this study of Kreyòl explores the language's social and cultural elements, as seen in Haiti and elsewhere in the Caribbean. The course includes an anthropolo
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Pervez Musharraf talks about his return to politics
In a news conference followed by a Q&A with Elon University students, former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf discussed on Oct. 13 his vision for the future of his nation, the need for the United States to maintain a military presence in Afghanistan, and how economic development in the Muslim world is critical for reducing terrorism and extremism around the globe.
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La Ciudad: Using Literature and Poetry
La Ciudad tells four separate but interconnected stories of Latin American immigrants struggling to survive in New York. This lesson plan includes activities inspired by the film including writing poetry, reading related texts and creating videos and performances.
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