• “Demonstration of Bubble CPAP for the Low Resource Environment” by Traci Wolbrink for OPENPediatrics
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    “Demonstration of Bubble CPAP for the Low Resource Environment” by Traci Wolbrink for OPENPediatrics

    Demonstration of Bubble CPAP for the Low Resource Environment, by Dr. Traci Wolbrink. Hi. My name is Traci Wolbrink, and I’m a clinical fellow in Pediatric Critical Care at Children’s Hospital Boston. Today I’ll be demonstrating how to set up a bubble CPAP system. CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. It can be delivered in several different modalities, including via an endotracheal tube with a mechanical ventilator, through nasal or mask interface in a CPAP machine, or via a bubble CPAP system, which I’ll be showing you. I’ll be using equipment to set this system up that should be readily available. However, you may need to modify the equipment…

  • Setting up a Dynamics 365 Business Central development environment tenant using Docker
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    Setting up a Dynamics 365 Business Central development environment tenant using Docker

    >>Hello and welcome to this video in which I will talk about setting up a sandbox environment for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central using Docker containers. We’ll go into a brief introduction about Docker itself, and then I’ll cover how Docker is used to create containers for a variety of different versions of Dynamics NAV and Business Central. You will learn how easy it is to deploy any available version in a matter of minutes. I want to take a moment to give a shout out to Freddy Kristiansen’s who pioneered this technology to be used for NAV and Business Central. Next time you see him, shake his hand and…

  • Teens in the Universe (1974) movie
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    Teens in the Universe (1974) movie

    Gorky Film Studio TEENS IN THE UNIVERSE Screenplay by A. ZAK, I. KUZNETSOV Directed by Richard VIKTOROV Director of Photography Andrei KIRILLOV Production Designer Konstantin ZAGORSKY Music by V. CHERNYSHYOV English Subtitles by T. Kameneva Cast: Sereda – Misha YERSHOV Kozelkov – Sasha GRIGORYEV Kopanygin – Volodya SAVIN Lobanov – Volodya BASOV Kuteishchikova – Olya BITYUKOVA Sorokina – Nadya OVCHAROVA Panfyorova – Ira POPOVA Agapit – Dima LEDOGOROV A.S.A. – lnnokenty SMOKTUNOVSKY Extraterrestrial – Igor LEDOGOROV Academician Filatov – Lev DUROV This is my place, move over. Mishka’s taken my place. What’s this row? Mind your table manners. C’mon, sit down, sit down. We’ve gathered here today to mark the…

  • Center builds community of diverse scientists
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    Center builds community of diverse scientists

    When I was a kid I was planting a bean in a pot of soil and I was amazed that this little sprout came from that little bean. And I just fell in love with the environment and science. My name is Venezia Ramirez. I am a fourth-year undergrad studying environmental science with a concentration in Earth and environmental science. My name is Rob Ulrich. I’m a third-year Ph.D. student in geochemistry at UCLA. The Center for Diverse Leadership in Science is a center that focuses on promoting diversity within the sciences. Aradhna Tripati is the founder and director. Aradhna is always putting other people first. With CDLS, it’s very…

  • Making sense of science, faith and Genesis (Creation Magazine LIVE! 8-01)
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    Making sense of science, faith and Genesis (Creation Magazine LIVE! 8-01)

    Creation, evolution and the first book in the Bible: Genesis. How important are those things to today’s Christian? Is creation a secondary issue? Whether you believe creation or evolution, does that impact the Gospel at all? Those are the kinds of questions we’ll be exploring this week on Creation Magazine LIVE! Welcome to Creation Magazine LIVE! My name is Richard Fangrad, and I’m Matt Bondy. This week: making sense of science, faith and Genesis. We’ll dive into questions about whether different beliefs about origins have any impact on today’s Christian and what Jesus did to save sinners, we need to start by defining some terms to understand what the issue…

  • Are We Running Out Of Drinking Water?
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    Are We Running Out Of Drinking Water?

    You’ve probably heard a lot about rising sea levels and flooding like never before. But the biggest water crisis brought on by climate change could be not having enough to drink. Thirty-three of the world’s biggest cities, with over 3 million people, already face extremely high water stress. That’s a total of 255 million people throughout the world. But by 2030, that number could almost double. 71% of the planet is covered in water, but only 2% of that is fresh. And only half of that is actually accessible. 1%. The rest is trapped in glaciers and ice sheets. After looking at how much water is actually available, and how…

  • What is RISE at MSU?
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    What is RISE at MSU?

    (upbeat music) – One word that best describes RISE is community. – Empowering. – The opportunity. – Comfortable. – One word that best describes RISE to me is home. RISE is home, yeah. – I would describe RISE as an interdisciplinary program to develop the next generation of leaders for planetary change. The RISE program began in 1995. Jane Rice, who was on faculty in NatSci was the founding director. When RISE began here at Michigan State University, we were located in the basement of Hubbard Hall. One of the first things I did when I came on board was to see if we couldn’t relocate the program. Page forward…

  • Light Pollution Is One of the World’s Biggest Buzzkills…Here’s Why
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    Light Pollution Is One of the World’s Biggest Buzzkills…Here’s Why

    Have you ever come home from a long day to find your front door swarmed by flying insects? Or more accurately, your front door’s light? Turns out, that’s more than a minor inconvenience. Light pollution is contributing to worldwide insect decline and that’s actually a huge problem. Insects may seem pesky. They bite and sting us, flutter and scuttle into our houses, swarm around our faces and eat our crops. But actually, of all the insects in the world, only 1% of them are pests responsible for any real damage! And almost all insects play really important roles in our world. For instance, many are pollinators, so they keep ecosystems…

  • Sustainability? Answering Google’s 4 Most Search Questions
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    Sustainability? Answering Google’s 4 Most Search Questions

    Hi Alex here. Nice to see you again. I am excited today because, we are answering the 4 most searched questions about sustainability on Google. This is the TOP 4 questions people have when they search sustainability on Google: What is a simple definition of sustainability? What are the 3 pillars of sustainability? Why is sustainability so important? and How can we achieve sustainability? Ok, let’s answer the first question: Sustainability is the capacity of our human society to continue indefinitely within Earth’s natural cycles. Then a development that leads toward full sustainability. It makes sense so far, right!? What are these natural cycles? In 1989, after many drafts, a…

  • Meet Angus, he studies Wildlife Science
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    Meet Angus, he studies Wildlife Science

    Hi I’m Angus and I study wildlife science at the University of Queensland. So wildlife science is essentially a science degree that has a really strong focus on the native fauna of Australia and we look at things like conservation we look at things like ecology, research, mitigating between human and animal interactions so along those lines. As a wildlife scientist you can take the path of NGO work to work for organizations like the Queensland Trust for Nature, World Wildlife Fund along those lines, and I’ve also got a few friends who are looking at pathways such as a researcher, working in zoos even Park Rangers. So far the…