Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, Rearranging Formulae
Interactive simulation, rearranging formulae (letters and numbers)
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

GRE Data Interpretation Practice: Percent Increase Using Circle Graphs
In this video, students are shown how to compare and interpret information from two different circle graphs.  An instructor explains how to interpret the data to answer the following question," What is the approximate percent increase in the number of professional workers in the work force of Country Y from 2005 to 2011?"  ( 2:32)
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Help Prevent Diabetes with Exercise
In this animated video segment adapted from the Eagle Books series produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Mr. Eagle describes to Rain That Dances and Thunder Cloud, two American Indian boys, how people used to be strong and healthy because they kept their bodies moving by working hard and playing outside every day. Mr. Eagle is sad because he no longer sees children playing and because they spend too much time sitting. He tells the boys how many people are now sick with diab
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How the Body Responds to Exercise
This video segment adapted from NOVA describes the effect of exercise on the body and defines one measure used to gauge aerobic fitness. VO2 max (maximal volume of oxygen uptake) is a measurement of how well the body gets and consumes the oxygen that muscles need in order to sustain activity. Learn how the entire cardiovascular system benefits from exercise and how the body's response to the demands of physical activity is a survival mechanism. (5:40)
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Lunch Lab Live! â€“ Soccer Ball
Fizzy hosts an energetic Soccer Ball and a Soccer Video Game System. We discover that the real soccer ball has more fun than the electronic one. (2mins)
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Ghost Writer: Making Invisible Ink
In this video, an intrustor and two junior scientists demonstrate making "invisibe ink" using water and baking soda. The team members write messages with their invisible ink and reveal their messages by painting over them with grape juice concentrate.  The juice has an acid in it that reacts with the baking soda, so a different color appears wherever the baking soda mixture is.
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Jinormous Juicer
Fizzy teaches the gang what the difference is between 100% real fruit juice and Fast Food Freddy's "juice-like" liquid that contains only 1% real fruit juice. Later, the Lunch Labbers learn how to make fresh-squeezed orange juice by hand. (5:20)
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Cool Down: Make Your Own Fan
In this video, the Activity TV science team teaches viewers how to make a fan from a small box.  Students will utilize measurement skills and practice following directions to complete this project.
( Adult supervision is required to complete this project.)

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Intervenant(s)Â : Philippe DERAMBURE (Service de neurologie â€“ CHU de Lille).
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Intervenant(s)Â : Louis MAILLARD (Service de neurologie â€“ CHU de Nancy).
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Intervenant(s)Â : Philippe DERAMBURE (Service de neurologie â€“ CHU de Lille).
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Intervenant(s)Â : Louis MAILLARD (Service de neurologie â€“ CHU de Nancy).
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Hot Apps will feature 5 of the hottest apps each week for the Windows Phone 7. In this episode Laura takes a look at:

Auteur(s) : Olivier Renard (Responsable commercial Speechi).
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Highlights of Alderman Michael Bear's talk to MBA students
The Lord Mayor of the City of London Alderman Michael Bear talks to MBA students about his 'Formula for Success' as part of the London Talks series.

The right time for business school
Diane Morgan, Associate Dean of Degree Programmes and Career Services shares her thoughts on the achievements of our alumni, and the right time for business school.

Epidemiologist Prof John Hopper explains the unique advantages of medical research focusing on twins, and how findings from twins studies enormously benefit the rest of humanity. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.