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War propaganda, Obama style!IranianIt has perhaps only moved more further into to future timeline, accordingly with the new Obama strategy. The challenge that the Obama administration then ...and more »
Architects engage Islanders over how to design a new Vashon High SchoolVashon-Maury Island Beachcomber... schools and even crafted a paper timeline of the construction process, all in an effort to determine the most important components of a new high school. ...
OSHA Agenda Proposes Injury and Illness Prevention ProgramEHS TodayCranes and Derricks – This standard's timeline remains unchanged since the Fall 2009 agenda, with a final rule still slated for July. ...
Drexler's Relativistic-Baryon Dark Matter a Key to $400 Million UV Space ...AScribe (press release)Drexler has documented his eight years of dark matter/dark energy research, its timeline, its interaction with mainstream cosmology, and the overwhelming ...
New Charles Schwab Report Guides RIA Firms on Recruiting Advisors Turning ...MarketWatch (press release)The Schwab Market Knowledge Tools series is an ongoing program of industry research reports, white papers and guides from Charles Schwab designed to keep ...and more »
Teacher panelfacing deadlineMorning SentinelMore than 130 schools in 14 states and Washington, DC, use the Teacher Advancement Program, according to a 2009 research paper by the National Education ...and more »
Inventing the Light Fantastic Ideas behind laser born long before device itselfScience NewsIt probably didn't help matters that the Bell research paper on the ruby laser, which Goudsmit did agree to publish in Physical Review Letters, ...and more »
First thoughts: Going bigmsnbc.comObama also is expected to press his timeline with lawmakers. According to sources, he will emphasize that if he announces a choice before May 26, ...and more »
Through the study of a popular Martian meteorites age, a University of Houston professor and his team have made significant discoveries about the timeline of volcanic activity on Mars. Thomas Lapen, assistant professor of geosciences at UH, describes his teams findings in a paper titled A Younger Age for ALH84001 and its Geochemical Link to Shergottite Sources in Mars, appearing April 16 in Science, the worlds leading journal of original scientific research, global news and commentary.
This webinar provides a description of the factors/process behind the implementation of Digital Commons at California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo and Pacific University (Oregon).
A Different Obesity TimelineNew York Times (blog)Further, “eating out” seems to be much more prevalent in the last 20 years or so, but I can't see the paper, so who knows… As a former smoker, ...
Orchard Elementary celebrates presidents and first ladiesStandardNetThe event was the culmination of two months' work, including a research paper, informational poster and memorizing their monologues. ...
LIBR 287 - Meredith Farkas - 2/16/10
This is a visual summary of the Robert Reiser's paper entitled "A History of Instructional Design and Technology: Part 1: A History of Instructional Media" that was published by Educational Technology, Research and Development in 2001. This video was created with Timeline3D and iMovie09. The background song is "Shooting Star" by Bittybox.
Genome-Wide Association Studies for the Rest of Us: Adding Genome-Wide Association to Population Studies Jim Ostell, Ph.D. Chief, Information Engineering Branch National Center for Biotechnology Information National Institutes of Health www.genome.gov
Eric Lander, Ph.D. Broad Institute NIH Intramural Sequencing Center 10th Anniversary Symposium Genome Exploration by Large-Scale DNA Sequencing: Circa 2007 and Beyond Tuesday, October 16, 2007 Masur Auditorium Building 10, Clinical Center National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland More: www.genome.gov More about the Jeffrey M. Trent Lecture: www.genome.gov
As part of the National Human Genome Research Institute's (NHGRI) next long-range planning process, NHGRI hosted an online webinar to hear questions or comments about where the field of genomics should be going in the next several years. Dr. Alan Guttmacher, Former Acting Director of NHGRI presented Planning for the Future of Genomics — including details related to the planning process — and moderated the discussion, answered questions and addressed comments. More: www.genome.gov
Josh and Simone Sommer present summary of Chordoma Foundation research strategy at Partnering for Cures Conference.
Google Tech Talk October 22, 2009 ABSTRACT Closing Panel Discussion held at the 4th Annual Google Test Automation Conference, October 21st, 22nd, 2009, Zurich, CH
Gordon Bell and Jim Gemmell visit Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters to discuss their book "Total Recall: How the E-Memory Revolution Will Change Everything." This event took place on September 25, 2009, as part of the Authors@Google series. In 1998, pioneering computer scientist Gordon Bell and his colleague Jim Gemmell at Microsoft began an experiment called MyLifeBits— an attempt to record Bells entire life digitally. Foreseeing the coming explosion of digital memory capacity and ubiquitous sensing devices, Bell set out to create a database of everything he did, saw, read, ate, felt—his whole life experience. He fused together a digital version of his past (scanned photos, letters, memorabilia, and so on) with a cuttingedge recording of his present, using sensor-enhanced cameras, GPS, and the latest in software technology. Fascination with this amazing undertaking has been ongoing, with features running everywhere from CBS to Scientific American, The New Yorker to Fast Company. But until now the full implications of what is really possible have not been revealed. Bells experiment is only a foretaste of an incredible new era in which memory will go far beyond the human senses and everything can be remembered. You will have total recall. Total Recall outlines the transformation coming that will affect virtually every aspect of our lives. It describes the near-future with heart monitors woven into clothing, wearable cameras that take photographs constantly and ...
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Google I/O 2009 - Ignite Google I/O Brady Forrest Ignite is a series of five minute geek talks. Each speaker gets 20 slides that auto-advance after 15 seconds. We've selected 9 speakers: Leo Dirac, Michael Driscoll, Pamela Fox, Tim Ferriss, Nitin Borwankar, Kevin Marks, Andrew Hatton, Robin Sloan, and Kathy Sierra. More about their talks on radar.oreilly.com For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html
Battle Royale takes place in an alternate timeline - Japan is a police state, known as the Republic of Greater East Asia (大東亜共和国Dai Tōa Kyōwakoku). Under the guise of a "study trip," a group of students from Shiroiwa Junior High School (城岩中学校Shiroiwa Chūgakkō) in the fictional town of Shiroiwa (Kagawa Prefecture) are sleep-gassed on a bus. They awaken in the Okishima Island School on Okishima, an isolated, evacuated island southwest of Shodoshima, also in Kagawa Prefecture. They learn that they have been placed in an event called The Program. Officially a military research project, The Program is a means of terrorizing the population, of creating such paranoia as to make organized insurgency impossible. According to the rules, every year since 1947, fifty 3rd year junior high school (14-15 years old) classes are isolated, and each class is required to fight to the death until one student remains. Their movements are restricted by metal collars, later identified as Model Guadalcanal No. 22, around their necks which contain tracking and listening devices; if any student should attempt to escape The Program, or enter declared "danger zones", a bomb will be detonated in the collar, killing the wearer. If no student dies in any 24 hour period, all collars will be detonated simultaneously. After being briefed about The Program, the students are issued survival packs which include a map, compass, flashlight, food and water, and a random weapon or other item, which may ...
HighEdWeb 2008 Conference keynote by Kyle Ford, director of product marketing at Ning, Inc., and previously the associate product manager at Yahoo! Inc.