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7.1 Neuron proliferation
How do we become individuals? This unit looks at how genes and the environment interact making each of us unique. Looking at the period between conception and birth you will examine the issues of nature or nurture to see which has the greatest impact.
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9.2 Antisocial behaviour disease
How do we become individuals? This unit looks at how genes and the environment interact making each of us unique. Looking at the period between conception and birth you will examine the issues of nature or nurture to see which has the greatest impact.
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Shirley Caesar
Fields reports on Shirley Caesar's visit to Memorial Church on the Harvard University campus. Fields notes that Caesar is an evangelist and a Grammy award-winning singer. Fields adds that Caesar has recently entered local politics in Durham, North Carolina. Fields interviews Caesar. Caesar talks about her music and her outreach ministry. She also discusses her recent entry into politics. Caesar says that she sees herself as a humanitarian. Fields' report includes footage of Caesar performing wit
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Early Contributions of African-Americans to International Relations: Tiffany John-Lewis
Tiffany John Lewis is a History major at the University of Pennsylvania and has studied the untold contributions of distinguished African Americans through support from the Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring program (PURM) and a grant from the University's Benjamin Franklin Society. She also worked with Penn's Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowships.
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2.2 Vertical communication

Figure 6 shows the OSI view of adjacent layers. The interface between two layers in the same system is called a service access point (SAP). One of the features of a service access point is that it has an identifier, or an address, which allows each communication between adjacent layers to be uniquely identified. The processes that communicate across the interface are called entities. These are typically software routines, but may also be hardware components. The notation in Figu
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4.3 The easy problems and the hard problem
What is consciousness? How does the brain generate consciousness and how can a science of the mind describe and explain it adequately? This unit will introduce you to the slippery phenomenon that is consciousness, as well as some of the difficulties consciousness presents to science and philosophy.
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"We No Longer Control Our Resources": Donna Koons Kingsley Describes the Struggle of Trinidad's Oilf
A slew of international financial crises in the early 1990's, including collapses in Mexico, Southeast Asia, and Russia, highlighted the important influence international lending organizations such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank had over economic decisions in the developing world. Often in cooperation with local elites, these bodies have forced countries to respond to debt crises by privatizing public industries and utilities, in many cases selling these public resou
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"The Momentum Was Catching On:" Lillian Roberts Describes Organizing Hospital Workers in New York Ci
Municipal workers led a wave of strikes that made the 1960's and early 1970's a highpoint for organized labor militancy in New York City. Teachers, social workers, sanitation workers, and parks employees all fought to improve work conditions, low-paying wage scales, and to reform the city's social services. Lillian Roberts arrived in New York in 1965 to organize low-paid and often disrespected hospital workers for American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). At the tim
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5.1 Early career

James Hutton (1726–97) conforms fairly closely to Emerson's identikit picture of an intellectual of the Scottish Enlightenment. His chief scientific work was his Theory of the Earth, which was launched at meetings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1785 and eventually expanded and published in two large volumes, ten years later, in 1795.

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278 GG Oddness When You Start a Sentence with "There Is"
Expletive Sentences
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Besoins et économie - Jean Gadrey

Une conférence de l'UTLS au Lycée

Besoins et économie par Jean Gadrey(économiste)

Lycée Diderot (62 Carvin)


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"Engineering of Nuclear Reactors, Fall 2007"
" This course covers the engineering principles of nuclear reactors, emphasizing power reactors. Specific topics include power plant thermodynamics, reactor heat generation and removal (single-phase as well as two-phase coolant flow and heat transfer), and structural mechanics. It also discusses engineering considerations in reactor design."
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Claude Simon : le temps dans l'espace / Alastair B. Duncan

Claude Simon : le temps dans l'espace / Alastair B. Duncan. In colloque international "Claude Simon géographe" organisé par l'Équipe Littérature et Herméneutique du laboratoire Patrimoine Littérature Histoire (PLH) de l'Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail. Toulouse : Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 26-27 mai 2011.

Alastair B. Duncan analyse la manière dont Histoire et Géographie se conjuguent dans la roman de Claude Simon, "Les corps conducteu
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Frontières des terres, chevauchement des textes dans le roman de guerre simonien / Michel Bertrand

Frontières des terres, chevauchement des textes dans le roman de guerre simonien / Michel Bertrand. In colloque international "Claude Simon géographe" organisé par l'Equipe Littérature et Herméneutique du laboratoire Patrimoine Littérature Histoire (PLH) de l'Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail. Toulouse : Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 26-27 mai 2011.


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EMOIS Nancy 2011 - PMSI et T2A, actualités (video)

Titre : EMOIS Nancy 2011 - PMSI et T2A, actualités.
Résumé : Actualité ATIH, création des comités techniques : une nouvelle gouvernance dans la communication des travaux de l’agence. Projet T2A SSR : une démarche de type « gestion de projet » avec plusieurs travaux gérés en parallèle.

Intervenants : Anne BURONFOSSE, Joëlle DUBOIS, Sandra GOMEZ (ATIH - Agence Technique de l’Information sur l’Hospitalisation).

Conférence enregistrée lors des journ
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Membrane Raft Organization Is More Sensitive to Disruption by (n-3) PUFA Than Nonraft Organization i
Membrane Raft Organization Is More Sensitive to Disruption by (n-3) PUFA Than Nonraft Organization in EL4 and B Cells
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Support Our Students with The Fund for Oswego
A call for alumni to support today's students, tomorrow's graduates. http://oswego.edu/giving
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5.3 Body size and surface area
From pygmy shrews to armadillos, a wide range of mammals survive on a diet made up largely of insects. Many of these have fascinating adaptations suited to catching or rooting out their prey. In this unit you will learn about these adaptations, along with survival strategies for when food is scarce. This is the second unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
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