A case of bad PR
Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) technologies have been described as the best way to combat climate change, but their deployment has been seriously hampered by a poor communications strategy. The information available about CCS is often too technical and fails to address public concern around the social, political and economic issues, explains Dr David Reiner.
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Transforming Biotechnology Manufacturing: Adapting Technology to a Changing Environment

Scientists are working to develop new medicines for some of the world’s greatest health challenges. For biotechnology medicines, innovation extends from discovery and development into manufacturing. Developing new ways to manufacture complex proteins, monoclonal antibodies and peptibodies on a commercial scale is a critical step in delivering on the promise of biotechnology for patients. This talk will explore what it takes to thrive in an increasingly complex, competitive and highly re
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In what areas will innovation be most important in order for U. S. manufacturing to be competitive—and how closely linked must industry and research and academic centers be in order for innovation in manufacturing to thrive? What are the differing impacts of product vs. process innovation, and which specific innovations might have the greatest impact on manufacturing in the years to come? How important is the relationship between innovation and manufacturing. This panel’s discussi
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Portrait of William Eastin English, 1850?-1926
William Eastin English was born near Lexington, in Scott County, Indiana. He was educated locally and in private schools, eventually graduating from the law department of Northwestern Christian University (now Butler) in Indianapolis. He practiced law for five years then traveled writing articles for the Indianapolis Sentinel. In 1877 he entered politics and in 1878 was elected to the state legislature for Marion and Shelby counties. During the 1880s he was mainly absorbed in the management of E
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Bambi - Little April shower (English)
This is a cute little song about April showers from the Disney classic Bambi.  It is a fun way to compliment the poem "April Rain Song". (03:45)
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