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The Benefits of Making Your Applications Accessible
This presentation seeks to help all web developers on campus understand why they should keep accessibility in mind when creating their applications. The panel discussion, moderated by Berkeley CIO Shel Waggener, features IST--Web Applications Manager Bill Allison and College of Letters & Science Director of Computing Tom Holub, two campus IT leaders who have been tireless accessibility advocates. The panel also features Jon Mires, an accessibility expert with the Center for Accessible Technolog
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Penn GSE Plants "Digital Seeds" in Nicaragua
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education have partnered with Comercial Internacional Exportada S.A., or CISA, a green coffee exporter, to introduce laptop computers and a technology-based curriculum to a rural community school for the children of coffee-farm workers in Nicaragua. This three-year research initiative at the Buenos Aires School has reached its second phase. The project will document how introducing a technology-based curriculum impacts the schoo
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Stem Cell Research Presentation
As an institution of higher education learning, Del Mar College is committed to the marketplace of ideas. On June 18, 2010, community advocate Dusty Durrill sponsored a presentation on Stem Cell Research by Dr. Jorge Paz Rodriguez of the Stem Cell Institute in Panama.
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Kohn lecture 2010 - Cell cycle control
The growth and reproduction of all living organisms are dependent on the cell cycle, the process which leads to cell division. Uncontrolled division of cells is important for disease particularly cancer. Two events, S-phase and mitosis, are common to all cell cycles and are necessary for the two newly divided cells to receive a full complement of genes. For more information please visit http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/eventssummary/event_17-2-2010-12-35-27
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John Burns Discusses Benefits of Bayer Contribution
John Burns, dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University, discusses how Bayer CropScience's $7.5 million contribution will benefit Texas Tech's goal of achieving Tier One research. Bayer contributed $7.5 million to support new research initiatives and facilities development for the department. The contribution qualified for a full match through the Texas Research Incentive Program, creating a $15 million total contribution to the university.
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02 - The Universal Principle of Risk Management: Pooling and the Hedging of Risks
ECON 252: Financial Markets - Audio - 02 - The Universal Principle of Risk Management: Pooling and the Hedging of Risks - Yale University > YALE UNIVERSITY COURSES > ECON 252: Financial Markets > Audio > 02 - The Universal Principle of Risk Management: Pooling and the Hedging of Risks
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Douglas Melton, Harvard University: "Stem Cell Challenges in Biology and Public Policy" - April 10,
Douglas Melton will discuss the biology and public policy challenges surrounding stem cell research. The potential of human embryonic stem cells for understanding human development and finding new therapies will be presented. Dr. Melton is a cell and molecular biologist as well as an advocate of embryonic stem cell research. His research focuses on the developmental biology of the pancreas. One of the primary goals of his work is to understand how human embryonic stem cells differentiate into pa
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Measuring the Immeasurable: The Costs & Benefits of Climate Change Mitigation
Decisions on whether and how much mitigation of the risks of dangerous climate change is justified raises exceptional challenges. In this lecture Professor Garnaut discusses the issues that arise when…
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Teachers and Students Investigating Plants in Space
In this activity students will grow "AstroPlants," a special fast-growing plant used in Space Shuttle microgravity experiments. They will become familiar with the growth process and life cycle of the plants and investigate the effects of gravity and light on plant orientation and guidance. Grades 5-12.
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Ask-a-Biologist vol 040 - Topic: Secrets of Desert Plants - Guest: Tina Wilson
Ask a Biologist - Transcripts - Ask-a-Biologist vol 040 - Topic: Secrets of Desert Plants - Guest: Tina Wilson - Arizona State University > CATEGORIES > Science + Technology > CHANNELS > Ask a Biologist > Transcripts > Ask-a-Biologist vol 040 - Topic: Secrets of Desert Plants - Guest: Tina Wilson
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Ask-a-Biologist vol 033 - Topic: Wickedly Cool Plants - Guest: Raul Gutierrez
Ask a Biologist - Transcripts - Ask-a-Biologist vol 033 - Topic: Wickedly Cool Plants - Guest: Raul Gutierrez - Arizona State University > CATEGORIES > Science + Technology > CHANNELS > Ask a Biologist > Transcripts > Ask-a-Biologist vol 033 - Topic: Wickedly Cool Plants - Guest: Raul Gutierrez
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Ask-a-Biologist vol 026 - Topic: Cell CAT Scans - Guest: Carolyn Larabell
Ask a Biologist - Transcripts - Ask-a-Biologist vol 026 - Topic: Cell CAT Scans - Guest: Carolyn Larabell - Arizona State University > CATEGORIES > Science + Technology > CHANNELS > Ask a Biologist > Transcripts > Ask-a-Biologist vol 026 - Topic: Cell CAT Scans - Guest: Carolyn Larabell
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Ask-a-Biologist vol 040 - Topic: Secrets of Desert Plants - Guest: Tina Wilson
Ask a Biologist - Audio - Ask-a-Biologist vol 040 - Topic: Secrets of Desert Plants - Guest: Tina Wilson - Arizona State University > CATEGORIES > Science + Technology > CHANNELS > Ask a Biologist > Audio > Ask-a-Biologist vol 040 - Topic: Secrets of Desert Plants - Guest: Tina Wilson
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Ask-a-Biologist vol 033 - Topic: Wickedly Cool Plants - Guest: Raul Gutierrez
Ask a Biologist - Audio - Ask-a-Biologist vol 033 - Topic: Wickedly Cool Plants - Guest: Raul Gutierrez - Arizona State University > CATEGORIES > Science + Technology > CHANNELS > Ask a Biologist > Audio > Ask-a-Biologist vol 033 - Topic: Wickedly Cool Plants - Guest: Raul Gutierrez
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Ask-a-Biologist vol 026 - Topic: Cell CAT Scans - Guest: Carolyn Larabell
Ask a Biologist - Audio - Ask-a-Biologist vol 026 - Topic: Cell CAT Scans - Guest: Carolyn Larabell - Arizona State University > CATEGORIES > Science + Technology > CHANNELS > Ask a Biologist > Audio > Ask-a-Biologist vol 026 - Topic: Cell CAT Scans - Guest: Carolyn Larabell
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Energy Saving Tips For Processing Plants
Poultry - W.O.G.S. - Energy Saving Tips For Processing Plants - Auburn University > AU iTunes - Academic Programs > College of Agriculture > College of Agriculture -- Academic Departments > Poultry Science > W.O.G.S. > Energy Saving Tips For Processing Plants
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Weather, Migration and Plants
As students make local observations and analyze Journey North News updates, maps, and data, they should think critically about the relationship between weather and seasonal events. This activity suggests how they might do that.
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Web 2.0: Risks for STI/HIV - Opportunities for Prevention
This lecture explores the risks and prevention opportunities presented by the emergence of social networking and internet dating sites. Presented by the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health.
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Can we erase memories for therapeutic benefits?
If we could erase a memory to make someone's life better would that be acceptable? Why do we need memories if they keep us down? In a very playful manner, Dr. Karim Nader addresses some of the science that is at the heart of memory research today.
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Lecture 19: Cell Cycle/Signaling
MIT 7.012 - Audio - Lecture 19: Cell Cycle/Signaling - MIT > MIT OpenCourseWare > Biology > Courses > MIT 7.012 > Audio > Lecture 19: Cell Cycle/Signaling
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