Author(s): The Economist

Learn Biology App for Android
'Learn Biology easier with the help of Mnemonics. See how this simple application can help you learn up to 5X faster. Learning Biology can often be tough especially for beginners. We have collected a list of Biology Mnemonics to help you with learning Remember you can develop your own Biology Mnemonics or modify the ones we have provided to help you better learn Biology. Mnemonics carefully categorized into the following sections:• Krebs Cycle• Genetics• General Chemistry&bul
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How to Make Pesto
Pesto doesnâ€™t always have to be made from basil. In this episode of Culinary Intelligence from the CIA, The Culinary Institute of Americaâ€™s Chef Bill Briwa shows you how to make one with parsley, and explains how it can be made from just about any kind of herb. Incredibly simple to make and incredibly versatile, pesto can be used for salad dressings, soups, pasta dishes, and pizza, as well as enjoyed as a spread. Learn more at: http://www.ciachef.edu CIA Degree and Certificate programs: htt
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Edward Burne-Jones's Inspiration for The Love Song: Victor MassÃ©, "La chanson de Marie"

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Multiplication can be thought of as repeated addition. For instance, in denary arithmetic

7 Ã— 5

can be thought of as

7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7

There is therefore no need for a new process for the multiplication of binary integers; multiplication can be transformed into repeated addition.

In multiplication the result is very often much larger than either of the two integers being multiplied, and so a multiple-length representation may be needed to hold the result of a mu
Author(s): The Open University

The Busy World of Richard Scarry-Imagine That - Water Power
In this video, Huckle and Lowly Worm wonder where electricity comes from. Water power produces electricity at the dam. The video gives great visuals for the dam and how water power is produced. Dams are big walls that are built to hold the river back. This is a great teaching resource for the elementary classroom and/or special education students. This would work well in conjunction with a science unit on natural resources and energy (1:06).Â
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2015 CSM Jazz Festival
April 18, 2015 - 8:00 pm April 17-18 | 8 p.m., La Plata Campus \$5 in advance, \$7 day of concert Solid Brass, directed by Randy Runyon, is CSMâ€™s jazz ensemble, comprised of CSM students, local high school students, community members, and professional musicians. Each yearâ€™s spring jazz festival features an internationally-known guest artist. The spring festival offers workshops for local public school jazz students and ends with a concert featuring Solid Brass and the guest artist. www.csmd
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Announcement of the Nobel Peace Prize 2014
The Nobel Peace Prize 2014 was awarded jointly to Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzay "for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education". The prize will be announced by ThorbjÃ¸rn Jagland, Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee. Location The Norwegian Nobel Committee, The Norwegian Nobel Institute, Store Sal, Henrik Ibsens gate 51, Oslo, Norway
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038 - 039 CORDERIUS DIALOGUES ENGLISH - LATIN
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The Origins of the Revolution: Marx and Eastern Europe [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Timothy Snyder | Marx and Engels tended to be romantics about East European liberation from imperial rule in the nineteenth century, but the period of nominally Marxist rule in the twentieth is one of oppression. The theorists imagined a revolution that would spread from Germany to the East, yet history brought a revolution that arose in Russia and then spread to the West. What can we say, today, about the theory and the practice? Was Marxism in any sense native to Easter
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Free, Online Nonprofit Organization and Management Development Program
A free, self-paced program for nonprofit entrepreneurs, leaders and managers, consultants and volunteers to increase their understanding of nonprofit organizations and activities. Each of the following modules suggests specific materials for review, topics for discussion and reflection, and activities to develop basic systems and practices. Various modules also include assessments and guidelines to record and monitor action items from current and previous learning modules.Module 1: Program Orien
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Skills Search - Self-Assessment
Free analysis to find occupations that match most of your skills. Choose from six groups which skills you have or plan to acquire: Basic Skills, Complex Problem Solving, Resource Management, Social, Systems and Technical Skills. The program matches to occupations and each is linked to a summary/description.
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## Activity 8

The M & S case study illustrates the importance of managing relationships. Having read it, try to answer the following questions.

• On which value discipline has the com
Author(s): The Open University

Digital Film School
Have you ever wanted to pick up a video camera and make a short video or film, but felt intimidated by your lack of knowledge? The explosion of film-making for websites and mobiles gives people and organisations the opportunity to tell their stories and show what they have to offer, at low cost. This collection of exciting videos features The Open Universityâ€™s experienced team of filmmakers, who will show you some of the craft secrets that underpin good filmmaking, and how professionals stay
Author(s): The iTunes U team

Response to Global HIV and HCV Epidemics
Guest Lecturers/Panelists: Gregg Alton JD: Executive Vice President, Gilead; Berkeley alum Ambassador Eric Goosby MD: Global Health Science, UCSF; former Global AIDS Coordinator Stefano Bertozzi MD PhD: Dean, School of Public Health; former Director of HIV at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Course Co-Instructor and Moderator: Veronica Miller, PhD: Executive Director, Forum for Collaborative HIV Research PH 290.11 Session 12 caps the course's lecture content by recruiting three global heal
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Building the portfolio at Bank of Ireland & Post Office
The Bank of Ireland's collaboration with the Post Office provides a unique channel for financial services products. Mike Butler reflects on the marketing strategy challenges this presents, the role of classic marketing planning frameworks, and the politics involved in working across two organisations. Part of the Cranfield Customer Management Forum Guest Speaker Series: http://bit.ly/9UuSf9
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Money talks: Stressed out banks
On this show we focus on vulnerabilities in the banking sector. Kevin Rodgers, author of Why Aren't They Shouting?, tells us why the technological advances that were once a boon for finance are now a source of instability. And our finance correspondent discusses the latest round of stress tests on Europe's banks and why they ignore potential perils. Andrew Palmer hosts.
Author(s): The Economist

[ROYAL: Illuminated manuscripts of the Kings and Queens of England]
This Web page reports on an AHRC-funded project centred around research into the British Library's collection of 1,950 manuscripts donated by King George II in 1757. Maintained as a collection (labelled 'ROYAL') since this time, they represent the largest surviving collection of medieval illumination and painting owned by English monarchs. The grant will enable the first ever major research project into the collection, resulting in an exhibition in 2011, as well as being added to the Library's o
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Community Cellular Networks
Hot Topics at EECS Research Centers: Graduate student researchers from across the EECS research centers share their work with a rapid fire sequence of fun, 5 minute presentations. Presenter: Shaddi Hasan, TIER (Technology and Infrastructure for Emerging Regions)
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