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Impact of a egg in a rigid floor at 2500 mm/s

Jordi Marcé-Nogué
CASE B: Impact of a egg in a rigid floor at 2500 mm/s. Crack and spill of the yolk. The egg bounces Tests were performed by crashing the specimens on a rigid support. To evaluate the impact damage resistance, specimens were dropped from height levels varying in the range from 50 to 1500 mm with its subsequent change of the impact velocity. With the aim of visualize the impact event details, a high-speed camera MotionBLITZ...

Tying up Columbus: A historical and material culture study of the networks that resulted from the first European voyages into the Caribbean (AD 1492-1504)

Angus A. A. Mol, Floris W. M. Keehnen & The Connected Past The Connected Past
On twelve October, 1492 the networks of the Old and New World ─ the former represented by Admiral Christopher Columbus and his crew, the latter by the indigenous people of the Caribbean ─ connected for the first time. In this paper we will combine material culture and historical sources to explore the structure and content of the relations between individuals and groups during this first encounter. These early interactions between Europeans and indigenous people had...

ETD Repository: Drupal, Solr, Islandora and Fedora Commons

Aaron Collie, Lucas Mak, Shawn Nicholson & Devin Higgins
An overview of a 2 year investigation and pilot repository built around an ETD collection.

Face Recognition Using RGB-D Images

Helder Oliveira
This presentations was made about a paper that uses RGB-D images for face recognition

CLSM volume rendered media file showing the male genitalia of Conostigmus sp. 23, dorsolateral view (PSUCIM_2123)

AUSTRALIA Queensland, Lamington NP, Canungra [town], Morans Falls trail, yellow pan traps in the creek, along the trail, 28-31.08.2004, leg. M. Földvári

CLSM volume rendered media file showing the male genitalia of Conostigmus scabriceps, ventral view (PSUCIM_3060)

AUSTRALIA. NSW: Wiangaree SF, Brindle Ck. 740m, 29.II-3.III.1980

CLSM media file showing the male genitalia of Aphanogmus sp. 9, ventral view (PSUCIM_3128)

MADAGASCAR, Prov. Antsiranana R.S Manongarivo, 10.8 km, 229°SW Antanambao 400m, 13°57.7'S 48°26.0'E 8.xi.19. 98 B.Fisher#1996 sifted litter (leaf mold, rotten wood) rainforest

High Resolution Hydrography and Hydrologic Modeling

David Tarboton
Presentation entitled "High Resolution Hydrography and Hydrologic Modeling" to USGS Hydrography Seminar Series (http://nhd.usgs.gov/HydrographySeminarSeries.html) on 1/21/2016.

Open Science: A view from the Bench

Guillaume Lobet
My personal views on open science. About open data, open code and open pubiblishing.
Presentation for the Open Belgium Conference in 2016.

Procedure to write a Bibliometrics paper

Nader Ale Ebrahim
Bibliometrics can be defined as the statistical analysis of publications. Bibliometrics has focused on the quantitative analysis of citations and citation counts which is complex. It is so complex and specialized that personal knowledge and experience are insufficient for understanding trends and then making decisions. We need tools for analysis of bibliometrics information to recognize the research trends and evaluate scientific/institution/country’s research productivity. This presentation will provide procedure to write a Bibliometrics paper.

Procedure to write a Bibliometrics paper

Nader Ale Ebrahim
Bibliometrics can be defined as the statistical analysis of publications. Bibliometrics has focused on the quantitative analysis of citations and citation counts which is complex. It is so complex and specialized that personal knowledge and experience are insufficient for understanding trends and then making decisions. We need tools for analysis of bibliometrics information to recognize the research trends and evaluate scientific/institution/country’s research productivity. This presentation will provide procedure to write a Bibliometrics paper.

How to Link your Symplectic and ORCiD Profiles - University of Cambridge

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"Linking your Symplectic and ORCiD Profiles" video produced by the Office of Scholarly Communication, University of Cambridge.

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The sawfly Tenthredo mariae Aguado, 2014, is feeding a fly

Andreas Taeger
Tenthredo (Eurogaster) mariae Aguado, 2014
Piedrahita (Spain: Avila) 40.398°N 5.246°W, 1580m


A female Tenthredo mariae (body size about 11-12 mm) is feeding a fly. Meanwhile, another small fly is crawling around the legs of the sawfly.

Research Project UCL-FZJ

Guillaume Lobet
Presentation made during a public seminar during the hiring process for a professorship position between the Université catholique de Louvain and the Forschungszentrum Jülich in the domain of soil-plant-atmosphere modelling

2012 RNSA Sixth Workshop - Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention (CCTP)

Alexander Hayes
Hayes, A. (2012)."Uberveillance: Where Wear & Educative Arrangement". The Sixth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security: Sousveillance and the Social Implications of Point of View Technologies in the Law Enforcement Sector, ITAMS, Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention (CCTP), The University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, 22 February 2012, pp. 1-10.

Hart PCRC talk

Sara Hart
This is the talk Sara Hart presented at the Pacific Coast Research Conference in San Diego on Feb. 6, 2014.

The BioStrike Project - DIY citizen science experimental competition to find new antibiotics

Dawn Quek
Antibiotics have saved millions of lives over the last century. However, many microbes have evolved new mechanisms to withstand these once powerful medicines. Participate in the BioStrike challenge to hunt for new antibiotics and learn about the microbiology that's all around us, starting in your own backyard and kitchen. What goes on? (The Science) There are microbes all around us and everywhere on the planet. They are constantly competing and battling to survive and evolve....

2005 Edayz Conference keynote

Alexander Hayes
A series of slides used to support my keynote presentation at Edayz2005 in Adealide, South Australia.

MSoP Journal Club Presentation - Wright et al 2009

Stuart Mather
A presentation given on 21st October 2013 at Medway School of Pharmacy's Journal Club, based on Dr Edward Wright's 2009 publication in Vaccine, 'A robust lentiviral pseudotype neutralisation assay for in-field serosurveillance of rabies and lyssaviruses in Africa'.

Nistha Sinha: Financial Incentives for Female Births and Parental Investments in Daughters: Evidence From a Program in North India

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For over a decade, several states in India have offered financial incentives to discourage preference for sons and to encourage parents to invest in their daughters’ education and health. Nistha Sinha and Joanne Yoong of the World Bank evaluated Apni Beti Apna Dhan (“Our Daughter, Our Wealth”), one such program in the state of Haryana. The researchers analyzed statewide household survey data on fertility and child health in order to estimate the program’s impact on...

Ernesto Amaral: The Influence of Demographic Transitions on Economic Development in Brazil

, & Ernesto Amaral
Ernesto Amaral discussed the influence of demographic transition on economic development in Brazil. Amaral is a professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Brazil. He received his Ph.D. in sociology with a concentration in demography from the University of Texas at Austin.

Joseph Babigumira: Exploring the Health and Economic Impact of Unsafe Induced Abortion in Uganda

, & Joseph Babigumira
The Population and Poverty (PopPov) Research Network brings together researchers who are examining how population dynamics affect economic outcomes, primarily in African countries. The overarching vision is one of a Network where results, methodological advances, and policy impacts are shared across research teams and eventually translated into policy recommendations. In this interview, PopPov researcher Joseph Babigumira of the University of Washington shares research findings on abortions in Uganda, which are a consequence of the high...

gufm1 (1840-1990): flow vector chart; northern hemisphere

Alexandra Pais, Anna Morozova & Nathanael Schaeffer

Unterrichtsaufzeichnung (RP13891_4b-2)

Andreas Helmke
Den Kern der Studie "VERA - Gute Unterrichtspraxis" bildete eine umfangreiche Videostudie, umrahmt von zwei Leistungstestungen und einer ausführlichen schriftlichen Befragung der Teilnehmenden zu anderen Messzeiten. Im Zeitraum von Mai bis Juni 2006 wurde hierzu der Unterricht in den Fächern Mathematik und Deutsch gefilmt. Im Anschluss an jede Stunde wurden die Lehrkräfte und Schüler mittels eines einseitigen Kurzfragebogens zur Aufmerksamkeit, Verteilung der Sprechanteile und Schwierigkeit der Stunde befragt. Zum Abschluss des Videotags fand zudem ein...

Extending the Baseline - effective tracking of future gains and losses to the southern Ontario fauna

Morgan Jackson
Presented in the Biological Survey of Canada Symposium at the 2013 Joint Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of Canada and the Entomological Society of Ontario, in Guelph, Ontario, Canada on October 23, 2013.

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