Science Bulletins: Swine Flu: Seeking Genetic Clues
Scientists are quickly sequencing the genes of the swine flu virus, officially called influenza A H1N1, from thousands of patients around the world. These genomes offer critical insight into the extent of the outbreak and the virus's evolutionary changes to help inform diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Author(s): No creator set

Introductions to Equations with Uncommon Denominators
In this pre-algreba tutorial video, students will learn how to solve equations with uncommon denominators. This is a great resource to introduce and/or to re-teach this important skill in the classroom. (2:48)
Author(s): No creator set

Science Bulletins: The Local Groupâ€”A Striking Start
A huge galactic smash-up may have formed the galaxies nearest us.
Author(s): No creator set

Virtual Maths - 3D shapes, area of cylinder
Interactive simulation demonstrating the formula and calculation of the area of a cylinder
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Earth Today 1998 Introduction
The ability to see Earth from space has forever changed our view of the planet. We are now able to look at the Earth as a whole, and observe how its atmosphere, oceans, land masses, and life interact as global systems. Earths atmosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere, and biosphere are dynamic, changing on timescales of days, minutes, or even seconds. Monitoring the Earth in near real time allows us to get an up to date picture of conditions on our planet. More SVS visualizations for the Earth Today ex
Author(s): No creator set

Linear Regression and Correlation: Introduction
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module provides an introduction of Linear Regression and Correlation as a part of Collaborative Statistics collection (col10522) by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean.

Author(s): No creator set

Historia de EspaÃ±a - parte 2 de 12
Advertencia: A las 6:51 hay desnudez parcial.
Este documental se trata de los aspectos más importantes de la historia española. El documental está organizado en 12 partes y son los siguientes: parte 1 (prehistoria y culturas antiguas), parte 2 (hispania romana), parte 3 (visigodos y musulmanes), parte 4 (España de la reconquista), parte 5 (expansión de Castilla y Aragón), parte 6 (Austrias mayores), parte 7 (el siglo de oro), parte

Author(s): No creator set

Genghis Khan BBC 5/5
A story of the greatest conqueror ever in world history and his Mongol Empire that ruled the world a thousand years ago. Genghis Khan and his warriors get over the Great China Wall for one month plundered everything in sight. (09:49)
Author(s): No creator set

Edgar Degas, Visit to a Museum, c. 1879--90 - Smart History at Khan Academy
Edgar Degas, Visit to a Museum, c. 1879--90, oil on canvas, 91.8 x 68 cm / 36-1/8 x 26-3/4 inches (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston). (05:25)
Author(s): No creator set

ECON 205-01, Public Economics, Spring 2006
The purpose of this course is to introduce to you the principles of microeconomics. Part of the course will acquaint you with the technical vocabulary of economics where words in everyday use take on specific meanings. The word "cost", for example, has a very precise meaning when used by an economist and this meaning is quite different from the use of the word in casual conversations. It is extremely important that you grasp the exact meanings of all such terms and are able to use them correctly
Author(s): Mascarenhas, Raechelle

Alumni Profile: HE Sheikh Mohamed Althani SEP50(2002), President, Qatar-Connect
HE Sheikh Mohamed Althani SEP50(2002) reflects on his career and time at the School.
Author(s): No creator set

Gustav Klimt, Beethoven Frieze, Vienna Secession, 1902 - Smart History at Khan Academy
NOTE: Rear male nudity. Gustav Klimt, Beethoven Frieze, Vienna Secession, 1902.  A conversation with Khan Academy's Dr. Steven Zucker and Dr. Beth Harris. (07:28)
Author(s): No creator set

Warren Finegold GLS 2010 interview
Warren Finegold (MSc14), Chief Executive, Global Business Development, Vodafone, on what we can learn from emerging markets
Author(s): No creator set

Ecopoesis Part 2
This lecture was recorded on March 8, 2012, at the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts. This event was presented by the Graduate Studies. Ecopoesis is a neologism derived from the Greek to describe the creation of an ecosystem. Robert Haynes, a Canadian biophysicist, geneticist, and terraforming expert, first used the term to detail ideas of creating ecosystems on otherwise lifeless planets. For this symposium, we have adopted and adapted the term to describe how designers,
Author(s): No creator set

Slow-Motion Hummingbirds
Watch the movements of these fascinating little birds up close and slow. Several birds (Anna's Hummingbirds, males and females) are shown at different angles and shutter speeds. What a great way to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (02:48)
Author(s): No creator set

Rocks, water but no life?
Philippe Blondel from the University's Centre for Space, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences takes a planetary journey through the solar system and discusses whether the discovery of water means there must be life on other planets
Author(s): No creator set

Historia de EspaÃ±a - parte 8 de 12
Este documental se trata de los aspectos más importantes de la historia española. El documental está organizado en 12 partes y son los siguientes: parte 1 (prehistoria y culturas antiguas), parte 2 (hispania romana), parte 3 (visigodos y musulmanes), parte 4 (España de la reconquista), parte 5 (expansión de Castilla y Aragón), parte 6 (Austrias mayores), parte 7 (el siglo de oro), parte 8 (España de los Borbones), parte 9 (España de las rev
Author(s): No creator set

Spotlight on Terry McGuire - Genetics, Evolution, and Human Health
Why do humans get sick? Why are diabetes and obesity on the rise? Why have cancer and cardiovascular diseases become so prevalent? Is there a mismatch between the environments in which we evolved and environments in which we now live? Why did cholera, measles, mumps, whooping cough, and malaria become epidemic diseases? Why has evolution failed to make us immune to disease? Based in cutting-edge genetic and evolutionary biology research conducted at Rutgers, "Genetics, Evolution, and Human Heal
Author(s): No creator set

Inside the Teacher's Studio - Jenny Mandelbaum
Inside the Teacher's Studio is a program featuring teachers from around Rutgers University. Watch to learn more about the diverse classes offered at Rutgers, the innovative teaching strategies used in different disciplines and class formats, and the overall process of becoming and growing as a teacher. This episode features Dr. Jenny Mandelbaum, a professor at the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University. She discusses why she became a teacher, the challenges of teaching
Author(s): No creator set

Dante's Inferno I
Dante, one of the world’s finest and most influential poets of western literature, was born in Florence, Italy, in 1265. He got caught up in the economic and political upheavals of his day.  Length 3:42
Author(s): No creator set