Sesame Street: Elmo's Song
In this video you will see your favorite Sesame Street characters ( Elmo and Big Bird).  Elmo plays the piano and sings the Elmo Song that we all know and love.  Your child will be singing along before you know it.
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Getting Started with your Telescope
Don Pensak of Scope City explains how to get started using your new telescope. Don recommends getting a simple map of the night sky, along with a star atlas so that you can get an idea of where objects are located. Run time 02:26.
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What Will Happen if the FCC Abandons Net Neutrality?
The Federal Communications Commission will vote in the coming weeks on a proposal to repeal net neutrality rules. Wharton experts explain what's at stake.
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M As: Not necessarily the best way to grow your company
There are several good ways to grow a company, but only about a third of firms actively use all the methods available to them, and this narrow focus widens the corporate gap between success and failure significantly.

That’s according to a 10-year global study of 162 telecom companies conducted by Laurence Capron, INSEAD strategy professor, and Will Mitchell, a professor at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.

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How Does the Worm Factory Work
The Worm Factory 360 is a home composting solution for your kitchen and household waste. Although this video was obviously made to promote the purchase of the Worm Factory 360, it does a very nice job of describing the basic process of how composting works. The video could also be used as inspiration to brainstorm and design new models for a successful compost bin. Run time 03:05.
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Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science
In-depth interviews with children that uncover their ideas about the topic at hand.,In this segment the interviewer probes to find out if the student understands that there are different types of rocks and that their differences can be explained by the processes that formed them.
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Eastman Jazz: Two Ways to the Same Stage
Each spring, two of the big bands at Eastman, the Eastman Jazz Ensemble and the Eastman New Jazz Ensemble, put together a split concert that they perform in Kilbourn Hall. While the two bands have a similar makeup in terms of the size of the group and the instruments, they each take a very different approach to the music that they will play on the very same stage. While the Eastman New Jazz Ensemble is known for playing newer music, the approach of ensemble director Dave Rivello is a rather tra
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Biology of Echinoderms
Biology of echinoderms. The evolution and structure of animals like the common sea star.
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A Necessary Disenchantment: myth, agency and injustice in the digital age [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Nick Couldry | Professor Couldry challenges some ‘digital age’ myths about how we gather on social media platforms and the value of ‘big data’, and considers the new forms of agency and injustice emerging alongside them. Nick Couldry is professor of media, communications and social theory and author of Media, Society, World.
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Ames' Window - Optical Illusion

This very interesting visual illusion - the Ames window (or trapezoid) - appears to rotate one way and then another, but in reality rotates continously in one direction.

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Lecture 28 - 11/29/2010
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Cafe Scientifique Nancy 2010 - Sciences de demain : jamais sans les nanos.

Les Cafés des Sciences organisés par les Universités de Lorraine en collaboration avec l’INSERM, l’INRIA et le BGA.
Mardi 9 novembre
Café Scientifique Nancy 2010 - Sciences de demain : jamais sans les nanos.
Intervenants : Olivier JOUBERT, PhD. Cibles Thérapeutiques. Formulation et Expertise préclinique du Médicament – Nancy.
François MONTAIGNE. Médecin Institut Jean Lamour – Nancy.
Emmanuel LAMOUROUX. Maitre de Conférences Structure et Réact
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Lanceurs spatiaux et problème de propulsion (audio)

Une conférence de L'UTLS au Lycée

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Lycée de la Côte d'Albâtre (76)


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1.1 Early observations

Some of the earliest observations of macromolecules within living cells were of nucleic acids in the form of chromosomes. These long dark-staining objects, which became visible in the nucleus of cells at specific stages of cell division, were large enough to be detected using primitive light microscopes. Giant polytene chromosomes, found in certain cells such as the salivary gland cells of Drosophila (see Figure 1a), contain many thousands of copies of each chromosomal DNA align
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Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science: Session 2. Every Rock Tells A Story
How can we use rocks to understand events in the Earth’s past? In this session, participants explore the processes that form sedimentary rocks, learn how fossils are preserved, and are introduced to the theory of plate tectonics.,Students and scientists explore the questions: How do rocks form? How can we determine how old rocks are?
Author(s): Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

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Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science: Session 2. Every Rock Tells A Story
How can we use rocks to understand events in the Earth’s past? In this session, participants explore the processes that form sedimentary rocks, learn how fossils are preserved, and are introduced to the theory of plate tectonics.,Students and scientists explore the question: How do rocks form?
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Program Your Own Game Lesson
Lesson focuses on how software engineers design computer games and other software. Student teams work together to develop a simple computer program using free software that is available in multiple languages. Teams evaluate the games developed by other teams and present findings to the class. This lesson is available in multiple languages (e.g. Spanish, Arabic) on www.tryengineering.org.
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Virtual Tenori
The Tenori-on is an electronic musical instrument designed and created by the Japanese artist Toshio Iwai and Yu Nishibori of the Music and Human Interface Group at the Yamaha Center for Advanced Sound Technology. It consists of a hand-held screen in which a sixteen-by-sixteen grid of LED switches are held within a magnesium plastic frame. Any of these switches may be activated in a number of different ways to create sounds. Two built-in speakers are located on the top of the frame, as well as a
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