Nuclear Magnetic Resonance - Big Ben
Andrew Hall compares the sounds of bells to the frequencies of chemicals captured by a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrometer. http://blogs.bath.ac.uk/csct/2016/a-chemical-chorus/
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Governor Nathan Deal Commencement Address.mov
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal gave the commencement address to the Class of 2012 at the University of Georgia undergraduate commencement ceremonies.
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Doodle Face
Coloring is a very relaxing practice of creativity and even meditation, and can be very calming. There is no narration. Notice the artist uses paper with a grid which helps with the symmetry of the face. (13:42)

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Making sense of the EU-Turkey deal
A panel discuss the deal between the EU and Turkey regarding immigration
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ESD.932 Technology Policy Organizations (MIT)
Technology Policy Organizations and its sequel, ESD.933, Technology Policy Negotiations and Dispute Resolution, form a sequence on Organizational Processes in Technology Policy. This course features an overall framework for understanding the increasingly networked, flat, flexible and diverse nature of organizations, as well as a close look at the many relevant types of organizations, including regulatory, entrepreneurial, multi-national, and non-governmental non-profit. Key organizational proces
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Developing Linked Data Applications
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Grade 4 Math: Improper fractions and Mixed Numbers
How to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers, and mixed numbers to improper fractions. (13:04)
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4.2 Formulating rules

Activity 4 should have shown you that the language used for making rules can sometimes make them difficult to understand. Given that we can only comply with a rule if we know what it means, this is a big problem! In this part of the course we are going to look at the process of making rules in more detail – and you are going to have the opportunity to make a rule that can be understood and which is effective in achieving what it sets out to do.

It is worth restating that rules are mad
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1.8 Protein–protein interactions in signal transduction

Many signalling proteins have both a catalytic domain and sometimes several binding domains.Some only have binding domains, enabling their proteins to act as adaptor, scaffold or anchoring proteins to bring other proteins together. Because of this multiplicity of binding domains, signalling proteins can potentially combine to form complexes with many other proteins; these complexes may be either transient (e.g. in response to stimulation by a growth factor), or stable (to target a protein to
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EHS 665/HBEHED 665: Communicating Science Through Social Media

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Life of Andrew Jackson (pt. 2)
This film is a History Channel depiction of the life of the seventh President of the United States. This is part II of the series.
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3.4.7 Induced earthquakes

Some reservoirs cause earthquakes to occur. This is perhaps not so surprising, as earthquakes are caused by stress in rocks, and the addition of a large mass of water in a reservoir on top of the rocks at the Earth's surface stresses the rocks and can trigger an earthquake. Not all reservoirs induce earthquakes: it is in general only the larger reservoirs, or the deeper ones (over 100m deep), and only if the reservoir is built in an earthquake area, releasing stress already stored in t
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Open Notebook Science in 15 minutes
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On October 10, 2008 Jean-Claude Bradley presented a 15 minute summary of Open Notebook Science and its application to the synthesis of anti-malarial compounds as part of a mini-symposium on faculty research in the Chemistry department

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5.5 Other forms of diabetes

By far the three most common types of diabetes are Type 1, Type 2 and gestational. There are other forms of diabetes but we will not be covering them in any more detail. These are forms due to:

  • disease of the pancreas (pancreatitis)

  • an excess of hormones that increase blood glucose levels, e.g. excess growth hormone

  • drugs, for example, steroid therapy, which tend to oppose the action of insulin

  • abnorm
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Britain and Europe: how did we get here, and where do we go next? [Audio]
Speaker(s): David Miliband | This year’s Maurice Fraser annual lecture will take the form of a conversation between David Miliband and Professor Kevin Featherstone, followed by questions from the audience. The discussion will assess the state of play of the UK’s attempt to find a parliamentary majority for leaving the EU, and put into geopolitical context the choices and the stakes in the negotiations about our future relations with our European neighbours. David Miliband (@DMiliband) is the
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2.6 How can we find out more about Europa?

There are currently no scheduled missions to Jupiter's moons, since NASA's Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter (JIMO) was cancelled in 2005, but Europa remains a high priority target for both NASA and ESA, so a mission with simlar objectives to JIMO seems likely by about 2020. On arrival at Jupiter, JIMO would have gone into orbit first round Callisto, then Ganymede and finally Europa.

The main objectives of JIMO at Europa would have been to:

  1. Determine the
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4.1 Introduction

Nuclear power generation involves concentrated fissionable fuels which, after fission, leave significant quantities of fission-product isotopes, some of which are highly radioactive. Much of the criticism levelled against the industry falls under four main headings to which we have alluded in preceding sections:

  1. the operational safety of nuclear reactors;

  2. the biological effects of abnormal radiation levels arising from fuel transport,
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Brugoefeningen tot 20 : Hulpmiddel
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Hulpmiddel om leerlingen te helpen die het moeilijk hebben om brugoefeningen tot 20 op te lossen. Leerlingen splitsen het tweede getal en ze kunnen de oefeningen visueel voorstellen in een 10-rooster.


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This Week@Minnesota: 2011 Recap Part 1
In "This Week @Minnesota" for the week of Dec. 19-23, we take the first of a two-part look back at 2011. [Music courtesy Kevin MacLeod]
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