The global and Euro area crises: Will next time be different?
Sean Berrigan Director for Financial Stability and Monetary Affairs in DG ECFIN at the European Commission gives a seminar on the Euro crisis. Chaired by Max Watson of St Antony's College, Oxford.
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6.2.1 Studio conventions in street photography

Activity 23

Look at Images 81 and 82. Given your knowledge of conventional studio portraiture, can you see any similarities between studio and street practice?

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3.1 Habitat

The environment in which any organism lives is known as its habitat. It will share its habitat with other organisms, that are themselves part of the habitat. A habitat has distinctive physical and chemical features.

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Module team

The T552 course team

Andy Lane, course team chair and author (1999) Karen Shipp, course team chair (2002)

Rosalind Armson, author and critical reader

Jake Chapman, author

Eion Farmer, author and critical reader

John Hamwee, author

John Martin, author

Laurence Newman, course manager

Wendy Fisher, author

John Hudson, author

Graham Paton, author

Roberts, author

Christine Bla
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How war is shaping the Ukrainian HIV epidemic: A phylogeographic analysis
An Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health seminar presented by Tetyana Vasylyeva (Department of Zoology, University of Oxford) on 24 October 2018
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Acknowledgements

Course image: Jim Nix in Flickr made available under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Licence.

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material in this course:

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Introduction

This unit is from our archive and it is an adapted extract from Human Biology and Health (SK220) which is no longer in presentation. If you wish to study formally at The Open University, you may wish to explore the courses we offer in this curriculum area .

This unit looks at the human being in the context of an individual life
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2.1 How do we use maps?

Reading about maps, I have been struck by the number of times that the idea of ‘maps as part of our everyday experience’ has been mentioned. In fact, I was thinking about it recently, when I was preparing to travel from Belfast to London. I left home with a mental map of my journey to the airport – but on the way I found that the road was blocked by a burst water main. ‘Plan B’ was to consult my local road map for the quickest alternative and, in doing so, I wondered i
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Days and Months in Greek
In this video you will learn the days days of the week and the months of the year in Greek. (01:57)
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Cold War: Czechoslovakia Invasion - part 3/5
1960 - 1969 In the Soviet bloc, communist rule stifles ambition and achievement. Soviet defense expenditure cripples economic growth. The young lust for totems of America's youth culture - blue jeans and rock 'n' roll. In Czechoslovakia, Dubcek attempts limited reform, but in 1968, Soviet force crushes the Prague Spring.
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5 Where does transcription occur in the cell?

Up to now we have described the processes of transcription without considering where each occurs within the cell.

SAQ 5

Given that transcription — the production of mRNA — requires a DNA template, where do you think t
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2.1 Introduction

The most basic requirement of a PhD thesis is high-quality research. This outcome requires obvious intellectual skills related to knowledge and intelligence, but also less obvious skills such as planning and time management. A PhD project is a multi-year research programme, and the abilities to plan effectively, to coordinate activities and to manage your time and that of others are extremely important. The aim of this course is to help you understand the planning and management skills that a
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Why Give - Where Else Can You Get 8% Return
Whenever Faith Holland visits a city, she likes to explore its libraries. So when she moved to Baltimore with her husband -- the late Laurence B. Holland, Ph.D., a professor of American literature and American studies who had accepted an appointment at The Johns Hopkins University's Krieger School of Arts and Sciences -- she was delighted to encounter the institution's George Peabody Library, which she describes as "one of the most beautiful buildings in America," as well as the Evergreen Museum
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7 Audio clip 4: Paul

Paul was 30 years old when he was interviewed. He had been in and out of homelessness for most of his adult life, but had become a volunteer with the Cyrenians. He was living in a shared house with some other volunteers.

Paul spent much of his childhood in a caravan in Happy Valley, near the sea, with his parents, brothers and sisters. At 21, when he was living with his girlfriend and her parents, his daughter was born. When she was two months old, they were kicked out, and Paul went to
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3.2 Qualified nurses: working in the shadow of medicine?

Dave, the senior registrar at Leeds General, made a strong statement about nurses on the audio clip:

Nursing staff are vital. I can't be there all the time. They are my eyes and ears. So they basically watch over the patients for me and will let me know of any changes either good or bad that may be important. If you are performing a procedure … it's very helpful to have an assistant there, someone who can help yo
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The Evolution of Religion and the Religion of Evolution
Talk given by Prof. Jeff Schloss as part of summer course 1
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Historique du Risorgimento italien. 1. L'unité italienne / Philippe Foro

Historique du Risorgimento italien et ses formulations politiques et sociales. 1. L'unité italienne / Philippe Foro. Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 27 septembre 2011. Cours filmé, destiné, notamment, aux étudiants préparant l'agrégation d'italien ou d'histoire 2011-2012.

Philippe Foro présente une analyse du contexte historique général qui a présidé à l'unité italienne au XIXème siècle, ses tenants et aboutissants, etc. Cette analyse s'articule c
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Perimeter of a Parallelogram
The instructor uses an electronic sketchpad to demonstrate how to find the perimeter of a parallelogram.  One example is modeled using a step by step approach for plugging values in to specified variables in the formula. Video is good quality and good for all students as a review or initial learning of the topic.
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Investigating bacterial communication
Can bacteria communicate with each other, and if they do communicate, how and why do they do so? And how might understanding the mechanisms of bacterial communication be used to inform development of anti-bacterial drugs? In this album scientists involved in pioneering work into bacterial 'quorum sensing'' at Nottingham University in the UK reveal some of the techniques they use and give insight into what they hope to achieve. This material forms part of The Open University course S204 Biology:
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