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Dr. Charles R Drew | Fun Facts | Black History | Biography for Students | Inventors

Dr. Charles R Drew | Fun Facts | Black History | Biography for Students | Inventors

a man who is known as a Pioneer for helping save the lives of others with blood and also standing up for the rights of others too. Stay tuned for more with fun facts from the biography of Dr. Charles R. Drew. Dr. Charles R. Drew was a Pioneer in helping blood banks process and […]

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Could Brexit end London’s financial dominance? | The Economist

Could Brexit end London’s financial dominance? | The Economist

Brexit It’s relentless The media coverage of Brexit is dominated by the… …twists and turns of daily politics Will we get a deal Brexit? Nobody knows the exact cost… …of risk around the Brexit deadline It’s drowning out a lot of important stories about the… …impact Brexit is set to have… …on Britain, Europe and […]

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Florida Housing Market Update: November 2019

Florida Housing Market Update: November 2019

The number of existing homes listed for sale in Florida continued to decline on a year-over-year basis in November, according to the latest housing market reports from Florida Realtors. By the end of the month, the statewide inventory of on-market single-family homes was down 10-and-a-half percent compared to a year ago, while the number of […]

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Ami Mamolo – Creative methods in mathematics education

Ami Mamolo – Creative methods in mathematics education

My name is Ami Mamolo I’m an assistant professor here at UOIT in the Faculty of Education and my research is in mathematics education. I work primarily with prospective teachers and I focus on mathematical knowledge and understanding for teaching and of teachers. What really excites me about my research are the different and creative […]

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What makes a great scientist?

My name is Bryan Fry, I’m an Associate Professor at the School of Biological Sciences in the University of Queensland. My lab is all about venom. What I look for, for any of my students is passion, because if you look at what the best scientists have in common the universal leveler is passion because […]

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Supply and Demand: Crash Course Economics #4

Supply and Demand: Crash Course Economics #4

Mr. Clifford: I’m Mr. Clifford… and this is Adriene Hill, welcome to Crash Course economics. Let’s start by talking about something that most people take for granted. Adriene: Is it grocery stores, is it the census, is it GPS, is it goldfish, is it frogs? Oh, it’s probably these strawberries, right? Mr. Clifford: No, I […]

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University of Montevallo – Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics

University of Montevallo – Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics

(piano music) A lot of times people think of a liberal arts education, they’re not thinking about the sciences. But at the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Montevallo has prepared me extraordinarily well for medical school. They’ve allowed me to explore my passions and interests, and I discovered how much I […]

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Mathematics at Cambridge

Mathematics at Cambridge

(upbeat music) – Studying Maths at Cambridge is special because it’s exciting and demanding and you’re really surrounded by lots of people who love their mathematics. – I chose Maths at Cambridge because the Cambridge course covered so much in three years and I knew that I was gonna learn a lot. – The students […]

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Why is X Generally the Unknown in Mathematics?

Why is X Generally the Unknown in Mathematics?

For hundreds of years, x has been the go-to symbol for the unknown quantity in mathematical equations. So who started this practice? Algebra was born in the Middle East, during the Golden Age of medieval Islamic civilization (750 to 1258 AD), and its early form can be seen in the work of Muhammad Al-Khwarizmi and […]

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