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NASA Connect - TRROR - Sleep and The Circadian Clock (2005)
In the first segment of the Right Ratio of Rest: Proportional Reasoning, Lynn Swann gives a summary of the entire video. Next Jennifer Pulley explains to the circadian clock to...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; The Right Ratio of Rest; TRROR; Proportional Reasoning; Ratio of Rest; Lynn Swann; Jennifer Pulley; R. J.; Derek Wang; Biological Clock; Circadian Clock; Lack of Sleep; Sleep;
Duration: 00:05:56
Popularity (downloads): 474
 
What You Should Know About Biological Warfare (1952)
How to protect oneself against the threats of germs and toxins.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Cold War;Biological warfare;
Duration: 00:07:17
Popularity (downloads): 952
 
NASA Connect - The Right Ratio of Rest: Proportional Reasoning (2005)
NASA Connect video containing the following four segments. In the first segment of the Right Ratio of Rest: Proportional Reasoning, Lynn Swann gives a summary of the entire video. Next...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; The Right Ratio of Rest; TRROR; Proportional Reasoning; Ratio of Rest; Lynn Swann; Jennifer Pulley; R. J.; Derek Wang; Biological Clock; Circadian Clock; Lack of Sleep; Sleep; Dr. Charles Czeisler; What Influences Circadian Clock; Benefits of Sleep; Rational Numbers; Fractions; Decimals; Percents; Numerator; Denominator; Ratio; Proportion; Cole Middle School; Fraction Wheels; Student Activity; Dr. Dave Williams; sleep patterns in outer space; activity plan; sleep schedule;
Duration: 00:28:30
Popularity (downloads): 730
 
Atom and Biological Science, The (1952)
Describes some of the biological effects of high energy radiations on plants and animal cells. Explains how typical experiments are conducted and demonstrates some of the protective measures required to...

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords:
Duration: 00:11:28
Popularity (downloads): 263
 
NASA Connect - TRROR - Benefits of Sleep (2005)
In the second segment of the Right Ratio of Rest: Proportional Reasoning, R.J. talks with Dr. Charles Czeisler about what the circadian clock is and what it does in the...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; The Right Ratio of Rest; TRROR; Proportional Reasoning; Ratio of Rest; R. J.; Dr. Charles Czeisler; What Influences Circadian Clock; Benefits of Sleep; Sleep;
Duration: 00:04:55
Popularity (downloads): 512
 
Development of a Salamander (1920)
Early biological film.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Biology;
Duration: 00:14:29
Popularity (downloads): 1009
 
Conquer by the Clock (1943)
Encourages American workers to make the best possible use of their time in a war where industrial production and combat are synchronized on an international level.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: World War II: Homefront;Timekeeping;Globalization;
Duration: 00:10:40
Popularity (downloads): 161
 
NASAKSN - Atomic Clocks (2003)
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining how you tell time in space.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Kids Science News; Space; Time; Clocks; Space Travel; Cesium; Atoms; Einstein; Atomic Clock; International Space Station;
Duration: 00:00:58
Popularity (downloads): 2296
 
ACM CSCW 2000 - Enabling distributed collaborative science (2000)
To enable collaboration over distance, they have designed, developed, and are evaluating a collaborative environment to support research that uses a specialized scientific instrument called a nonoManipulator. This instrument...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CSCW; collaborative environment; nanoManipulator; computer-supported copperative work
Duration: 00:16:19
Popularity (downloads): 606
 
Scheduling home control devices (2000)
We describe three different user interfaces supporting the scheduling of home-control devices (such as VCR, air conditioning or furnace) over time periods ranging from minutes to days. The touchscreen-based user...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;
Duration: 00:05:55
Popularity (downloads): 950
 

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