La molécule sur écran
Comprendre les maladies au niveau moléculaire, afin de concevoir des médicaments mieux ciblés, est l’une des principales retombées attendues de l’analyse de la structure tridimensionnelle des molécules biologiques.
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Fire Truck Pull -- Greek Life at the College of Charleston
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity held a competition to see which team of guys could pull a fire truck down George Street the fastest. As part of the Fire Truck Pull, teams of four pulled a fire truck 15-feet in a time-trialed race. The teams were of fraternity members as well as police and fire department teams from North Charleston, Mount Pleasant and local downtown areas. For 120 years, Fraternity and Sorority Life has helped shape the lives of undergraduates at the College of Charleston. Learn mor
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Anton Stuebner | 2014 Visual & Critical Studies Symposium
In the spring semester of the thesis year, students formally present their research to the public. The day-long Visual and Critical Studies Spring Symposium groups graduating students into thematic panels moderated by prominent scholars representing relevant fields. Learn more: http://viscrit.cca.edu/SYMPOSIUM/
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Continuing the Introduction to Computers series, this presentation covers computer software. As always we include direct links to classroom videos. Topics covered include: Types of softwareSoftware developmentThe boot processOperating systems basicsQuick history of computers
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21L.703 Studies in Drama: Too Hot to Handle: Forbidden Plays in Modern America (MIT)
Unlike film, theater in America does not have a ratings board that censors content. So plays have had more freedom to explore and to transgress normative culture. Yet censorship of the theater has been part of American culture from the beginning, and continues today. How and why does this happen, and who decides whether a play is too dangerous to see or to teach? Are plays dangerous? Sinful? Even demonic? In our seminar, we will study plays that have been censored, either legally or extra-legall
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Exposing Media (panel 2) | 2014 Visual & Critical Studies Spring Symposium
Presented by the Graduate Program in Visual and Critical Studies, the Visual & Critical Studies Spring Symposium was recorded on Saturday, April 26, 2014, in Timken Lecture Hall on the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts (CCA). The Graduate Program in Visual and Critical Studies (VCS) trains students to deeply engage visual culture by refining written and oral presentation abilities, sharpening critical faculties, fostering research skills, expanding methodological options, a
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2006 Mini-Medical: And the Beat Goes On - Advances in Cardiac Care, Part 1
From interventional cardiology and the use of intravascular ultrasound to using stem cells to regenerate heart muscle, this program brings together an array of experts from several fields who will demonstrate the latest medical advances and innovations in heart care. Karol Bomsztyk, M.D., professor, Medicine, adjunct professor, Pharmacology, School of Medicine, University of Washington Steven Goldberg, M.D., asociate professor, Cardiology, School of Medicine, acting director, Catheterization
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Roman Colosseum and the Gladiators
This three minute video show how gladiators, who  were slaves, fought to the death in the Roman Colosseum as sport for thousands of spectators. The ten minute fights were officiated and this video explains the types of gladiators who would be pitting against each other. There are a lot of myths exposed in this well done video. Some images of violence.
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UW Medicine's 2014 Mini-Medical School is a series of lectures and demonstrations designed to teach viewers about medical science, patient care and leading-edge research underway at the University of Washington. This episode is part two of the hypnosis and meditation presentation and features UW Medicine Associate Professor Shelley Ann Wiechman presenting similarities and differences between the two successful therapeutic approaches. Shelley Ann Wiechman, Ph.D, A.B.P.P., associate professor, U
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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’re having a great time at the Japanese festival. It’s so colorful and there’s so much to see and do-not to mention the food! But wait, is that a child crying? You rush over to see if you can help… In this lesson, you will learn the question What’s wrong? in Japanese [...]
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