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Métallurgie
Ce cours de métallurgie dispensé à l'INPL met l'accent sur les transformations de phase dont Nancy s'est fait la spécialité depuis de nombreuses années.Deux groupes de sujets traités : les diagrammes de phases, binaires et ternaires puis la germination et la croissance contrôlées par la diffusion des éléments d'alliage.
Author(s): Benoît Appolaire

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Darwin, a naturalist's voyage around the world
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Op deze website kan je de reis van de Beagle virtueel overdoen. Zo kun je de reis die Charles Darwin ondernam met de Beagle in animatievorm herbeleven. Naast de Engelstalige versie is er ook een Franstalige en Spaanse …


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After Tunisia's Revolution: Political and Economic Challenges a Year Later
Learn More: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/tunisia-revolution-democracy-unemployment-economy-strikes-conservatism-islam-constitution-arab-spring One year the Tunisian Revolution that sparked the Arab Spring, Pulitzer Center grantee Jessie Deeter continues her investigation of the politics and economy of Tunisia. The Tunisian Revolution, which ousted President Ben Ali after 23 years of strict rule, left Tunisia in a difficult political and economic transition during a worldwide recession an
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Anthony Eden on the Battle of Britain
On July 29, 1940, just weeks into the Battle of Britain, British Secretary of State Robert Anthony Eden calls upon the resolve and fortitude of the people to defend against the attacks on the British mainland that will be a turning point in the war. (1:54)
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Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
The Women's Army Corps, a U.S. army organization created during World War II to enlist women as auxiliaries for noncombatant duty in the U.S. army. Before 1943 it was known as the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps. In this video clip, learn about the history of the Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps. (3:13)
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Science Bulletins: Black Holes in a Rare Ring
NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory recently spied a spectacular cosmic sight: a ring of eight black holes. Telescopes that view the Universe in optical, ultraviolet, and infrared light can see the galaxy where the ring resides, but only an X-ray telescope can detect the black holes lurking within. Scientists believe the ring was formed in a galactic collision millions of years ago.
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Science Bulletins: Seeking Signs of Another Universe
If other universes exist, how could we notice them? A new study by British and Canadian astrophysicists points to a radiation map of the cosmic microwave background, which was emitted shortly after the Big Bang. Its cryptic temperature fluctuations may show imprints from other universes that collided with our own.
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Science Bulletins: How Did Saturn Get Its Rings?
Astronomers propose a new theory to explain Saturn's unusual rings.
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Mrs. Rice Sings About Science
In this video, Mrs. Rice sings some learning songs about matter, mass, volume, heat, temperature, and energy. This is a great resource to help reinforce the properties of matter. (8:51)
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Llegó la Primavera (cuento en español para niños)
Hoy es el primer día de primavera, y aunque pueda llover, al final diremos ES PRIMAVERA. Un cuento que describe esta estación. (3:54)
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East Horsley's Lovelace Bridges Trail
Historical geographic tour around the woods in the old East Horsley Estate, covering the "Lovelace Bridges". These bridges were built to aid logging traffic.
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Description: Guelph Agricultural College. Prince of Wales' tour of Canada, 1919, a volume of photographs published by the Canadian Pacific Railway

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Bill Nye the Science Guy - "This Is A Spider's Life"
This Bill Nye tune sung to the parody of the Foo Fighters' gives general information about spiders. This would be a great resource to use in conjunction with non-fiction texts about spiders. (1:23)
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El Greco - El expolio de Cristo
Para la catedral de Toledo, El Greco realizó entre 1577 y 1579 una de
sus obras más famosas: El expolio de Cristo. El lienzo estaba destinado al vestuario de la sacristía catedralicia, donde el despojo de las vestiduras de Jesús obtenía un gran valor simbólico. (2:04)

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US Economist Richard Wolff on Bernanke's Grim Forecast for the Economy
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Helen Keller Mini Bio
This is a preview/intro to a biography on Helen Keller.  It is older (black & white), but contains many facts about her life in accomplishments.  This would be a great introduction to studying her life.  (03:00)
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Sketching Prisms (Interactive)
Draw 3-dimensional prisms with appropriate labels. Distinguish prisms from other 3-dimensional shapes based upon their attributes.
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Doodling in Math Class: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [2 of 3]
More of finding Fibonacci in nature and a deeper understanding of that Fibonacci means, mathematically. (6:14)
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Questions No One Knows the Answers To
In the first of a new TED-Ed series designed to catalyze curiosity, TED
Curator Chris Anderson shares his boyhood obsession with quirky
questions that seem to have no answers.  This is an introduction to a series, but the video is a stand alone great way to get students thinking creatively and becoming curious.  (02:10)

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