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  • Earth Views: Earth From Space Seen From The ISS


    A series of unique and beautiful recorded views of planet Earth captured from 240 miles above it. We look down on our planet along with the astronauts aboard the ISS
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    A wonderful relaxing view - sit back and enjoy the spectacular awe of planet Earth

    These recorded videos offer a unique and spectacular view of our home - the majority of these videos will not be found elsewhere and were created especially for Space VIdeos.

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    Bringing you the BEST Space and Astronomy videos online. Showcasing videos and images from the likes of NASA,ESA,Hubble etc.

    Music by Keving Macleod

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  • Cosmic Journeys - Hubble: Universe in Motion


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    Since its launch 25 Years ago, the Hubble Telescope has returned images of unprecedented beauty of a dynamic and changing universe.

    In this episode of COSMIC JOURNEYS, Hubble’s most iconic images are bought to life to answer some of the most important questions facing astronomers today. Colliding galaxies, the birth and death of stars, jets of gas thrown out by material crashing into distant suns: these incredible images tech us valuable lessons about how galaxies are formed, what dark matter is and even the fate of the earth itself.

    Here at SpaceRip, we value the exploration of the unknown. We surpass boundaries for the sake of uncovering the mysteries of the cosmos and what they may tell us about our origin and our future. With our videos, we hope to educate our viewers on how we fit into the universe, and more so how we can do our part to better it.

    We believe there is no better time to inform ourselves about the world around us. Our partnership with MagellanTV is aimed to educate viewers on our complex world to prepare for our rapidly changing future. Through our videos we hope to capture a variety of important topics with the overall goal of promoting positive discussion and action.

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  • Cosmic Eye


    This is the original landscape-format version of the short movie Cosmic Eye, designed by astrophysicist Danail Obreschkow. The movie zooms through all well-known scales of the universe from minuscule elementary particles out to the gigantic cosmic web. In doing so, it shows the ultimate size comparison in our universe. The video drew inspiration from a progression of increasingly accurate graphical representations of the scales of the universe, including the classical essay Cosmic View by Kees Boeke (1957), the short movie Cosmic Zoom by Eva Szasz (1968), and the legendary movie Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames (1977). Cosmic Eye takes these earlier representations to the state-of-the-art by displaying real photographs obtained with modern detectors, telescopes, and microscopes. Other views are renderings of modern computer models. Smart vector-based blending techniques are used to create a seamless zoom.

    This 2018-version of Cosmic Eye contains improved graphics and minor technical corrections compared to the 2011-version in portrait format.

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    All rights were obtained for third-party images and image-data:
    + Millennium Dark Matter simulation (V. Springel & Virgo Consortium)
    + 3D galaxy and star positions in the local universe (from
    + Synthetic rendering of the Milky Way (adopted from N. Rising)
    + Galaxy M51 (HST, NASA)
    + Oort cloud rendering (adopted from a BBC illustration)
    + Planet images (from NASA Voyager 2)
    + Satellite images by 2012 Google Maps, Europa Technologies, MapLink/Tele Atlas
    + Retina photography (C. Allison)
    + Electron microscopy of a leukocyte (J. Ehrman)
    + Microscopy of red blood cells (internet
    + Synthetic DNA model (adopted from

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  • Hubble - 15 years of discovery


    ESA’s anniversary DVD film “Hubble - 15 years of discovery” covers all aspects of the Hubble Space Telescope project – a journey through the history, the troubled early life and the ultimate scientific successes of Hubble. This portrait, directed by Lars Lindberg Christensen, contains large amounts of previously unpublished footage of superb quality. With more than 500,000 copies distributed, this DVD movie is probably the most widely available science documentary ever.

    Hubble's spectacular visual images make a stunning backdrop throughout the film, bringing an immediacy and vitality as the narrative reveals the new insights Hubble has inspired in all fields of astronomy from exoplanets to black holes. Complex though the science behind the telescope’s images often is, Art Director Martin Kornmesser has developed a unique style of elaborate 3D animation that enhances and vividly clarifies the underlying science.

    The movie is presented by an ESA scientist, Dr. Robert (Bob) Fosbury, who has himself used Hubble for his own research on many occasions.

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    Movie Credits

    This movie is dedicated to all the hard working people in USA and Europe who have made the Hubble Space Telescope an incredible scientific success

    Executive producer/director
    Lars Lindberg Christensen, ESA/ESO

    Art director/production designer
    Martin Kornmesser, ESA/ESO

    3D animations & rendering & DVD Authoring
    Martin Kornmesser, ESA/ESO
    Cornel Swoboda, ESA/ESO

    Written by
    Stefania Varano
    Lars Lindberg Christensen, ESA/ESO
    Stuart Clark

    Martin Kornmesser, ESA/ESO

    Peter Rixner

    Music composed by
    movetwo - Axel Kornmesser & Markus Löffler
    Vocals: Axel Kornmesser & Audrey Quinn

    Sound Effects
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    Sound engineering and Mix
    Peter Rixner,

    Lead scientist
    Bob Fosbury, ESA/ESO

    Stunt coordinator
    Britt Sjöberg, ESO/ESA

    English Narration
    Bob Fosbury & Howard Cooper

    German Narration
    Bernd Bundschu & Achim Höppner

    Greek Narration
    Manolis Zoulias & Dionysios Simopoulos

    Italian Narration

    Movie Translations

    Mariya Lyubenova (Astronomical association – Sofia, Bulgaria)

    Anne Værnholt Olesen (Voksenuddannelsescenter Frederiksberg)

    Eddy Echternach (freelance, The Netherlands)

    Silva Järvinen (University of Oulu, Finland)

    Celine Peroux (European Southern Observatory)

    Arntraud Bacher (University Innsbruck, Austria)

    Manolis Zoulias (Academy of Athens, Greece)

    Stefania Varano (Italian National Research Council, Italy)

    Margrethe Wold (European Southern Observatory)

    Mariana Barrosa, António Pedrosa, Pedro Russo (Centro Multimeios de Espinho)

    Olga Tsiopa (Pulkovo Observatory, Russia)

    Eva Carballeira, Pedro Russo (Fundação Navegar – Portugal), Francesc
    Vilardell (Universitat de Barcelona)

    Martin Lundqvist (Lund Observatory, Sweden)

    Jacek Szubiakowski, Ewa Janaszak and Boguslaw Kulesza (Olsztynskie Planetarium)

    Academy of Athens
    Eugenides Planetarium
    Hamburg Planetarium
    Sterne und Weltraum
    Astronomie Heute
    New Scientist
    ESPACE magazine
    Tycho Brahe Planetarium
    Danish National Space Center
    Ursa Astronomical Association
    The Finnish National Technology Agency
    Centro Multimeios de Espinho
    Fundação Navegar
    Le Stelle
    Zeiss Planetarium Vienna
    Armagh Planetarium
    Veen Magazines

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    American Institute of Physics/Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
    Chandra X-ray Observatory Center
    Dorothy Davis Locanthi Collection
    Hale Observatories
    MAXON Computer
    Physics Today and Fermi Film Collections
    Princeton University Library
    Sky and Telescope
    Space Telescope Science Institute
    Spitzer Science Centre
    Ulster Planetarium

    In particular thanks to
    Greg Bacon (STScI/NASA)
    Lars Bachmann (SDC)
    Dimitri Bogdanov (Voksenuddannelsescenter Frederiksberg)
    Cornelia Borrmann (Deutsche Welle)
    John Dubinski (University of Toronto/CITA)
    John Kameel Farah
    Jane Fletcher (BBC)
    Claus Habfast (ESA)
    Peter Habison (Wien Planetarium)
    Robert Hill (Armagh Planetarium)
    April Hobart (NASA/CXC)
    Robert Hurt (NASA/SSC)
    Thomas Kraupe (Hamburg Planetarium)
    Zolt Levay (NASA/STScI)
    Loch Ness Productions
    Mariya Lyubenova (Astronomical association – Sofia, Bulgaria)
    Audrey Quinn
    Susanne Radman (Wien Planetarium)
    Anne Rhodes
    Pedro Russo (Centro Multimeios de Espinho, Portugal)
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    Frank Summers (NASA/STScI)
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    Aline Tsiopa
    Manolis Zoulias (Academy of Athens, Greece)

    And of course: our girlfriends and families!

    The Hubble Space Telescope is a project of international cooperation between ESA and NASA.

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  • Mission To Touch The Sun: NASA To Send Spacecraft Closer To Sun Than Ever Before | TIME


    NASA Announcement about the first mission to touch the sun from the University of Chicago. The agency wants to send a spacecraft closer to the sun than ever before, where it will face extreme temperatures and radiation levels.
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  • NASA in Silicon Valley Live - Halloween Episode


    Need a #NASACostume idea for Halloween? Join us at 7 p.m. EDT for a new episode of NASA in Silicon Valley Live to see some space-tacular outfits as we host our annual NASA-themed Halloween costume and cosplay contest!

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  • REPLAY: Blue Origin launches NASA lunar test on New Shepard + Q&A w/ Raw Space


    Launch time: 9:35 am EDT (13:35 GMT)
    Launch site: Blue Origin West Texas Suborbital Launch Facility
    Destination: 104 km straight up
    Blue Origin launched their reusable, self-landing New Shepard suborbital booster straight up to an altitude of approximately 104 km. The detachable capsule will contain 12 customer payloads, including the first for NASA's Tipping Point Program for testing lunar landing technology. The scientific experiments will experience a few minutes of weightlessness. No humans this time. The booster propulsively landed itself on a pad 2 miles from the launch site. The capsule descended on parachutes and landed nearby with a momentary propulsive burst to cushion the landing. This will be the 7th consecutive launch of the same vehicle. Scrubbed on 25 Sep due to an issue with the electrical supply to the payloads.

    Blue Origin West Texas Suborbital Launch Facility:

    New Shepard specs
    New Shepard is the world's first rocket to land propulsively after having been to space (past the Karman Line). They beat SpaceX's Falcon 9 by 1 month, back in 2015.
    Height: 18 m (59 ft)
    Diameter: 7 m (23.9 ft)
    Type: Suborbital (straight up, straight down)
    Max altitude: 389,846 feet (73.8 mi; 119 km)
    Stages: 1
    Engines: 1x Blue Origin BE-3
    Thrust: 490 kN (110,000 lbf)
    Burn time: 110 seconds
    Fuel: LH2 / LOX (liquid hydrogen / liquid oxygen)

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  • NASA in Silicon Valley Live - Halloween Costume and Cosplay Contest


    NASA in Silicon Valley Live is a talk show that features conversations with scientists, researchers, engineers and all-around cool people who work at NASA to push the boundaries of innovation. In this episode streamed on Oct. 24, 2019, we host our second annual NASA-themed Halloween costume and cosplay contest!

    Video credit: NASA/Ames Research Center

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  • NASA Astronauts Complete All-Woman Spacewalk


    On Friday, Oct. 18, NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir completed NASA's first all-woman spacewalk. During the 7-hour, 17-minute spacewalk, the pair replaced a failed power controller and completed several other tasks in preparation for future spacewalks.

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  • NASA’s Voyager 2 Enters Interstellar Space


    Forty-one years after it launched into space, NASA’s Voyager 2 probe has exited our solar bubble and entered the region between stars. Its twin, Voyager 1, made this historic crossing in 2012. Edward Stone, the Voyager mission’s project scientist, and Suzanne Dodd, the mission project manager, discuss this major milestone and what’s to come for the trailblazing probe. For more about the Voyagers, including the Grand Tour of the Solar System and the Golden Record, visit

  • Big Data Analytics Full Course In 10 Hours | Big Data Hadoop Tutorial | Hadoop | Great Learning


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    With Digital Data Consumption at its peak, the world has turned to Big Data for maintenance and analytics of this data. Private companies and research institutions capture terabytes of data about their users’ interactions, business, social media, and also sensors from devices such as mobile phones and automobiles. The challenge of this era is to make sense of this sea of data. For this reason, we have come up with this tutorial on Big Data Analytics

    The volume of data that one has to deal with has exploded to unimaginable levels in the past decade, and at the same time, the price of data storage has systematically reduced. Big Data Analytics largely involves collecting data from different sources, merge it in a way that it becomes available to be consumed by analysts, and finally deliver data products useful to the organization business.

    The process of converting large amounts of unstructured raw data, retrieved from different sources to a data product useful for organizations forms the core of Big Data Analytics.

    BigData is the latest buzzword in the IT Industry. Apache’s Hadoop is a leading Big Data platform used by IT giants Yahoo, Facebook & Google. In this tutorial, we have covered all the important topics such as, What is Big Data and Hadoop, What is Hive, What are their features and much more that will help you to get a hold over this concept.

    The following pointers will be covered in this video:
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  • Watch NBC News NOW Live - June 19


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  • NASA: A Journey Through Space | Season 1 | Episode 7 | The 21st Century & Beyond | Coby Batty


    The International Space Station is launched in the 21st Century, marking a major turning point in international cooperation in space exploration. However, with the looming retirement of the space shuttle and a suitable replacement project mothballed, modern NASA is faced with major challenges. But successful Mars rovers fuel dreams of another moonshot project, this time to the Red Planet.

    Star: Coby Batty

  • Putting Precision Irrigation to Work for You


    Watch this webinar about WaterBit's precision irrigation solution which describes what precision irrigation is along with the WaterBit technology and grower case studies. It was recorded on April 30, 2020.

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  • Webinar: Developing Minigrid Projects in Ethiopia


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    Ethiopia is one Africa’s rising stars, growing at 9.9% per year between 2008 and 2018. However, 70% of its inhabitants currently live without electricity. In this webinar, you will learn more about Ethiopia’s plans to deploy minigrids as part of its plan to achieve universal electricity access by 2025 and also its ambitious strategy to enhance gender equality in the energy sector.

  • Full Committee Hearing to Consider Two FERC Nominees


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  • LIVE | UAE Emirates Mars HOPE Probe arrival at Mars | Baba Sabkuch #ArabsToMars


    The Emirates Mars Mission Hope Probe will be the first probe to provide a complete picture of the Martian atmosphere and its layers when it reaches the red planet’s orbit in 2021. It will help answer key questions about the global Martian atmosphere and the loss of hydrogen and oxygen gases into space over the span of one Martian year.

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  • A Geologist On Mars with Fred Calef


    Dr. Fred Calef of JPL talks to us about his work mapping the surface of Mars. He tells us about the non-linear path his life took that led him to the work he currently does, as well as the challenges of applying Earth-bound geologic concepts to other planets in our solar system, most significantly the red planet. This episode is part one of a two part episode with Dr. Calef.

    We also break down our song Geology Folk Song Medley from out new album The Fossil Record. If you're an earth scientist looking for that perfect campfire singalong, this is the song for you!

  • Session A3 - Brooklyn Tech Virtual Fair - Monday, April 26


    In this session, you will hear from the following institutions:

    Bard College
    Rutgers University
    Long Island University
    Marymount Manhattan
    Pace University
    New York Institute of Technology

  • The Equality Switch | Online debate


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    The Equality Switch | Online debate
    3 May 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CEST

    Moderated by: Nick Barrett | Journalist, Florence School of Regulation

    FSR Online debate with:
    Maria Cristina Papetti | Head of Sustainability Projects and Practice Sharing, Enel
    Marc Gratton | Executive Director, Electriciens sans Frontières
    Luc Severi | Project Manager, Energy Access, United Nations Foundation

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    One of the most critical challenges facing the international community today is the lack of reliable access to energy. Nearly 1.2 billion people, or 17 percent of the global population, live without access to electricity (IEA, 2015). Worldwide, 2.7 billion people, or 38 percent of the global population, rely on biofuels such as wood, coal, charcoal, or animal waste for cooking and heating (IEA, 2015). Women in developing countries are disproportionately affected by energy poverty because the dearth of energy sources reinforces roles largely based on social norms that place a low value on domestic labour (Danielsen, 2012; UNIDO, 2013). But how does access to energy empower women and what kind of benefits can we expect from making the right investments?

  • MSD at HOME_ Politics and Utopia in Architecture: Knowing the Anthropocene


    MSD at HOME_ Politics and Utopia in Architecture: Knowing the Anthropocene
    As part of Melbourne Design Week 2021

    We will hear field stories that demonstrate how we might care for a damaged planet: A discussion of the future of architecture with the editors of ‘Feral Atlas: The More-Than-Human Anthropocene’ (Stanford University Press 2020). How has architecture to respond and adapt to the Anthropocene?

    Hosted by: A/Prof. Rochus Urban Hinkel and Peter Raisbeck

    Panelists: Prof. Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Dr Alder Keleman Saxena, Prof. Hélène Frichot and Charity Edwards.

    About the Panelists:

    Prof. Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing

    Feral Atlas editor: Prof. Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing teaches anthropology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and sometimes also at Aarhus University. One of her recent books is The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins. Between 2013 and 2018, she was Niels Bohr Professor at Aarhus University, where she co-directed Aarhus University Research on the Anthropocene (AURA) with Nils Bubandt. Feral Atlas emerged as an AURA project. It quickly spread to include many dedicated collaborators, whose presence has been an amazing, undeserved gift.

    Dr Alder Keleman Saxena

    Feral Atlas editor: Dr Alder Keleman Saxena is an assistant research professor at Northern Arizona University. Trained as an environmental anthropologist, her research has examined the relationships linking agricultural biodiversity to human food cultures in Mexico and Bolivia, drawing connections between locally specific ethnobotanical and biocultural practices and larger political-economic contexts. Her recent research and writing explores the social and material implications of the extension of digital connectivity to geographically remote spaces.

    Prof. Hélène Frichot

    Prof. Hélène Frichot is Professor of Architecture and Philosophy, and Director of the Bachelor of Design, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning University of Melbourne, Australia. She is Guest Professor, and the former Director of Critical Studies in Architecture, School of Architecture, KTH Stockholm, Sweden. Her recent publications include Dirty Theory: Troubling Architecture (AADR 2019), Creative Ecologies: Theorizing the Practice of Architecture (Bloomsbury 2018).

    Charity Edwards

    Charity Edwards is a lecturer, urban researcher, and registered architect, with Masters degrees in both Architecture (RMIT) and Environment (University of Melbourne). She has practiced architecture for 20 years and continues to collaborate with artists, filmmakers, and scientists to create buildings, landscapes, and urban strategy. She is currently a lecturer at Monash University’s Department of Architecture, where she focuses on interdisciplinary teaching across architecture, interior architecture, and urban planning and design. She is also a member and co-founder of The Afterlives of Cities research collective, which brings together expertise in architecture, astrophysics, digital fabrication, speculative fiction, and art installation to recover futures in space. Charity’s own research explores the destructive, uneven, and more-than-human impacts of urbanisation at the scale of the planet. She foregrounds the long-disregarded space of the ocean in these processes in particular, and is currently investigating how this manifests in the Southern Ocean via increasingly autonomous underwater technologies.

    A/Prof. Rochus Urban Hinkel

    A/Prof. Rochus Urban Hinkel’s research and practice focuses on applications of virtual, augmented and mixed realities for design practice, storytelling, and new modes of collaboration. In 2020 VR movie 'Voices of Country', developed with support by the NExT Lab (MSD) and Büro Achter April (DE), explored digital storytelling and was presented at one of the world's leading media arts festival: Ars Electronica. He is the recipient of The UniSA, The SIDA Foundation and The David Roche Foundation’s inaugural Curatorial Research Fellowship for the digital craft project 'The Doppelgaenger'.

    Rochus is Associate Professor in Architecture and Design at the University of Melbourne and has taught architecture, interior design and industrial design in previous positions, including Professor of Artistic Design at OTH Regensburg, Germany, and Professor of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at Konstfack, University of Arts, Craft and Design, Stockholm, Sweden

    Dr Peter Raisbeck

    Dr Peter Raisbeck is an Architect, Design Teacher and Researcher. He teaches Design, Design Activism and Architectural Practice at the Melbourne School of Design. His work explores architecture's intersection with global finance, new technologies, procurement, design activism, politics, and architectural history.

    Wednesday 31 March 2021

  • Water and Energy in Colorado Emulsifying Two Great Challenges in Four Parts PART I RESOURCE PROVID


    The Colorado Scientific Society, in collaboration with the Center of the American West, presents Water & Energy in Colorado. The four-day virtual symposium, hosted by the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, focused on the science and cultural issues at the interface between water and energy in Colorado. Moderated by Patty Limerick, water and energy specialists together with insightful commentators on Colorado’s present challenges and future opportunities, highlighted some of the most important issues facing our community today and in the future. The emphasis will center on science that frames these topics, but also will incorporate cultural contexts and identify common ground and collaborative opportunities.

  • ICEF2020 | CS7: Advancements in Digital and Energy Technologies


    Innovation for Cool Earth Forum 7th Annual Meeting (ICEF2020)
    Advancements in Digital and Energy Technologies

    Nebojsa Nakicenovic /Chair
    Anna Piperal
    Iwafune Yumiko
    Yamazaki Satoshi

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  • Keynote session. Reinventing Fire: The Business-Led Transition Beyond Fossil Fuels


    Amory is a consultant and innovator in energy and its links with resources, security, development, and environment. Engineering academician, for four decades he has advised the energy and other industries, briefed 23 heads of state and written 31 books and over 490 papers.

    Keynote Speaker:
    Amory Lovins - Co-Founder and Chief Scientist - Rocky Mountain Institute - Boulder - USA

    Dan Ilett - Founder - - London - UK

    Date: 21/11/2013
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  • UW Environment New Graduate Student Orientation


    UW College of the Environment presents the 2020 New Graduate Student Orientation showcasing resources within the College and the greater UW graduate student community. Featured guests include representatives from the UW Graduate Opportunities & Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP), the UW Graduate & Professional Student Senate (GPSS), and the UW Counseling Center. This event also includes a graduate student panel discussion moderated by faculty member, Tim Essington.

    0:00 Introduction with Dean Lisa Graumlich and Anthony Salazar
    20:00 UW Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP) overview with Carolyn Jackson
    24:23 Intro to the UW Graduate and Professional Student Senate with Logan C. Jarrell
    37:59 Intro to the UW Counseling Center with Mandy Lu
    55:41 Intro to the UW Title IX Office
    1:14:26 UW Environment Graduate Student panel discussion with Tim Essington

  • Great Expectations – Productive Uses of Energy Off the Grid


    This is a recording of WISIONS' fourth webinar (9 July 2018)!

    Great expectations abound for the so-called “productive uses of energy”. These uses of energy go well beyond solar lamps and cell phone charging. They aim to fundamentally improve livelihoods for people living beyond the grid by powering computers, agricultural machinery, and more.

    Funders increasingly support energy projects and programmes that use energy productively. The assumption is that using energy for productive uses will enhance social and economic development and help reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

    The productive uses of energy could certainly help to reach these goals, as many examples attest. However, systematic evidence of these outcomes and impacts is still limited and questions remain:

    Which complementary services are necessary to establish productive uses? Do productive uses of energy contribute to social and economic development? Why do many energy projects fall short to establish productive activities? Is there a tipping point for the amount of energy that will have the greatest impact? Which “productive” activities should be supported, and who will benefit?

    In this webinar we have discussed these important questions. You will also receive an overview of the current state of evidence on productive uses of energy and learn about pitfalls and successes along the way to improving livelihoods across the Global South.

    Our experts this month included:
    David Lecoque, Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE)
    Pooja Sharma, Practical Action
    Dr. Julia Terrapon-Pfaff, Wuppertal Institute

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  • Energy Systems of the Future


    Presented by SGInnovate and French Chamber of Commerce

    The Singapore Green Plan 2030 is a whole-of-nation sustainable development agenda chartered to help Singapore achieve sustainable development goals for a better and greener future. However, it is crucial to recognise that turning to renewable energy sources is not the only way to achieve zero carbon net emissions. Instead, innovation will have to pave the way to incorporate all green technologies encompassing the fuel's production, storage, and usage to ensure a sustainable future.

    As Singapore work towards a future where energy is produced and consumed efficiently, the potential that lies in Deep Tech innovations in achieving such sustainable goals cannot be disregarded. From the identification of energy utilisation efficiencies with AI to the implementation of district cooling networks, these innovations pave the way for achieving the goals set out in the Green Plan. Eventually, all green technologies will be part of a smart energy management system that optimises the microgrid's different assets to lower maintenance costs and ensure a reliable electricity supply.

    Join our speakers in an exciting discussion where they will share more on innovations in the future's energy systems and how can various stakeholders come together in striving towards a sustainable future.

    4:00pm - 4:05pm: Opening remarks by SGInnovate and FCC
    4:05pm - 5:00pm: Panel discussion and Q&A

    Thomas Baudlot, CEO, ENGIE South East Asia
    Emir Nurov, CEO and Co-founder, Resync
    Lynette Leong, Chief Sustainability Officer, CapitaLand Group
    Moderator: Simon Gordon, Deputy Director - Venture Investing, SGInnovate

  • A global nuclear science and engineering commencement


    The graduating classes of 2020 and 2021 are experiencing a unique time in history. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many students may not be receiving traditional ceremonies and festivities, and are transitioning or attempting to transition to professional careers at a time of great uncertainty and economic upheaval.

    In this context and with the support of the European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN), the NEA organised an online event to celebrate and recognise the accomplishments of the graduating classes of 2020 and 2021, especially those within the nuclear science and technology fields.

    Commencement schedule

    Welcoming remarks: William D. Magwood, IV, NEA Director-General

    Keynote: Rita Baranwal, Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy, United States Department of Energy (DOE)

    Keynote: Agneta Rising, World Nuclear Association Director General and World Nuclear University President

    Charge to the graduates: Anne White, Professor and Head of Nuclear Science and Engineering, SoE Distinguished Professor of Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)


    Chris Levesque, President and Chief Executive Officer of TerraPower

    Joerg Starflinger, ENEN President and Executive Director of the University of Stuttgart Institute of Nuclear Technology and Energy System (IKE)

    Katie Mummah, MS Class of 2020 and PhD student in Nuclear Engineering and Physics at University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Haruka Okazaki, undergraduate nuclear engineering student at the University of Fukui Graduate School of Engineering

  • Human Exploration and Mars Science at H2M 2016


    • Moderator: James Watzin (NASA HQ, Mars Exploration Program, Director)
    • Richard M. Davis (NASA HQ/SMD, Assistant Director for Science & Exploration)
    • Cassie Conley (NASA HQ, Planetary Protection Officer)
    • James Head (Brown University, Professor of Planetary Geoscience, Providence, RI.)
    • Jacob Bleacher (NASA GSFC, Research Geologist)



    Traverse City International Affairs Forum welcomes J. Carl Ganter, co-founder / director of Circle of Blue, for a presentation of stunning photojournalism exploring the intersection of climate change, water issues, food production, and energy.
    Event date: March 18, 2021

    The International Affairs Forum of Traverse City is a program of Northwestern Michigan College and an affiliate of the World Affairs Councils of America.

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  • SAP Commerce Cloud in Production | SAP TechEd in 2020


    Discover how we're running hundreds of customers of the SAP Commerce Cloud solution on Microsoft Azure Cloud. Gain an automation deep dive, learn scalability lessons, and see live demos.

    Speaker: Axel Grossmann, Development Architect, Hybris Gmbh

    Track: Customer Experience
    Sub-Track: Understanding commerce for competitive edge (CX104)
    Session Type: Lecture (40 min)
    Level: Beginner
    Item of Interest: SAP Commerce Cloud

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    #sap #sapteched #CustomerExperience

  • Session A3 - Brooklyn Tech Virtual Fair - Tuesday, April 27


    In this session, you will hear from the following institutions:

    Bard College
    Rutgers University
    Long Island University
    Saint Joseph's University
    Pace University
    New York Institute of Technology

  • Sustainable Water Consumption for Spirits, Brewing and Wine Making


    This webinar provided training on how to map water use and identify reduction opportunities for sustainable operations. Expert guidance on how to save water and reduce costs by analyzing a facility’s utility bills, developing baselines and using benchmarks were presented.

    Participants learned how to utilize sustainable value stream mapping; an approach of overlaying sustainability data to visualize and identify opportunities for water reduction, improvement in performance and cost savings.

    Topics covered in this webinar include:
    – Water bills
    – Water benchmark and baseline development
    – Management and technologies
    – Sustainable value stream mapping with water


    [00:01] Introduction

    [01:06] Sustainable Spirits Timeline 2011-2020

    [04:16] Webinar Overview

    [07:15] Water Bills

    [13:12] Water Benchmarking and Baselining

    [23:57] Water Sustainable Value Stream Mapping (Sus-VSM)

    [45:20] Management and Technologies

    [48:36] Q&A

    [51:57] Wrap-up

  • Burnout paradise freeburn 19.3


    A new beginning.

    This is where you'll find all of my Twitch VODs and livestreams starting from now. On 1/1/2020 I decided I had enough of my old channel. It was cluttered with memes, out of context clips and other trash that I don't really feel like mixing with livestreams. So I decided to give them a place of their own. All of the pre-2020 livestreams though won't go away and will remain available on the second channel forever. Welcome to the new age.

  • NEOM - Virtual Company Conversation


    KAUST hosted NEOM on Thursday, June 4 for a Virtual Company Conversation. Simon Ainslie, COO, is our guest and is speaking to students about NEOM and available job opportunities.

  • World Bank Group Data Privacy Day: Spoken Word Performance by Brandon Leake


    Spoken word performance and curated discussion with Brandon Leake, winner of the 2020 America’s Got Talent and celebrated poet. Presented jointly with the Taskforce on Racism, this performance and session will explore and discuss issues related to personal data privacy and race.

    - Opening Remarks: Sandie Okoro, Senior Vice President, WBG General Counsel, Vice President, Compliance, World Bank
    - Brandon Leake, Winner of 2020 America’s Got Talent, Spoken Word Poet, Founder and CEO, Called To Move (CTM)
    - World Bank Group Task Force on Racism
    - Closing Speaker: Ethiopis Tafara, Vice President and Chief Risk, Legal, and Administrative Officer, MIGA
    - Moderator: Tami Dokken, Chief Data Privacy Officer, World Bank

    The World Bank Group Data Privacy Day is the flagship event to help raise privacy awareness—internally within the World Bank Group and externally—to promote data protection best practices and maintain trust in the institution. Check out more information about this World Bank Live event (Jan. 28, 2021):

    ABOUT THE WORLD BANK GROUP ???? The World Bank Group is one of the world’s largest sources of funding and knowledge for low-income countries. Its five institutions share a commitment to reducing poverty, increasing shared prosperity, and promoting sustainable development.

  • Ep:1 Conversations With CodeChef || Nishita Agarwal


    This is the first session of the Conversations with CodeChef series.

    Session Guest: Nishita Agarwal, Engineering Manager at Facebook
    Session Topic: Cracking an internship to building teams at Facebook, and beyond

    00:00 - Introduction
    02:07 - Her love for Programming
    05:05 - Early Life, Life at IITD
    08:11 - Her thoughts on ICPC/CodeChef
    09:39 - The Team from IITD which ranked 18th at ICPC
    10:58 - Importance of DSA
    17:05 - Getting that Internship at Facebook
    21:38 - First few weeks at Facebook
    28:06 - Advice to people who’re aspiring to get into Facebook
    31:16 - How can people from non-CS Background get into Facebook
    33:04 - Ever felt the need for doing a Master's?
    35:45 - Transition from Engineering intern to a Manager
    42:37 - Importance of Soft Skills
    45:24 - How to acquire these soft skills
    48:08 - Her work with the UN
    54:36 - On the sets of Reality TV Show ‘No time to Lose!’
    1:03:30 - Where do you see yourself in five years?
    1:05:55 - Q&A

    Nishita Agarwal is a Software Engineering Manager on the Commerce Engineering team at Facebook. She just moved to Singapore to build a new team focused on eCommerce web for AR / VR products. Prior to Singapore, she was leading a team of engineers on Instagram Shopping in New York. Previously, she helped set up the Facebook London engineering office while leading the Cross border business team helping connect advertisers with people all across the globe, after spending a few years building products at Facebook’s Menlo Park mothership. Nishita holds a Bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi.

    Conversations with CodeChef is a webinar series where we bring together experts from the field of programming and technology to share their personal stories of growth and success.

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  • What are The Best Options to Start an Online Jewellery Business in 2020? | PIN Jewellers | Jewelxy


    Time Stamps:

    1:10 - Welcome by Jayant Raniga

    3:35 - Pan India Jewellers Network Intro by Rinkesh Shah

    7:00 - Multi-Channel and E-commerce, David Brough - Editor, Jewellery Outlook Digital Magazine

    11:10 - Mindset to Identify the Opportunity, Helen Dimmick - Jewellery Consultant

    13:40 - Most Quickest and Easiest to Start? by Jayant Raniga

    By Hemal Soni

    23:00 Why is it Important to Go Online?

    31:57 Importance of Business Presence Online

    33:55 Need of The New Normal

    36:50 How Jewelxy Helps?

    38:00 What is Jewelxy?

    41:05 What Solution do we Offer?

    51:45 Early Bird Advantage

    54:25 Summary - Benefits of Jewelxy

    55:45 What are the best Options to Start Online Business?

    59:10 Question-Answers

    1:28:45 What is the USP of Jewelxy - Power Of Jewelxy

    1:39:50 How to be better than rest? - Mr Prasad Kapre

    1:53:25 How platform helps individual business?

    2:02:30 Who else has joined?

    2:03:28 My website is not give me any sales?

    2:09:50 How to attract young people to buy jewellery?

    - - - - -

    Develop the right mindset for the new normal and the best way to start an e-commerce website.

    The Who, What, Why, & How of a successful online jewellery business.

    Thursday 23rd April 2020 at 3:00 pm (IST) on Zoom App

    Hemal Soni (UK)
    Founder of

    Jayantb Raniga (UK)
    Rinkeshb Shah (Mumbai)

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    PIN India Network

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    #PINJewellers #JewelxyWebinar #OnlineJewelleryBusiness

  • Agile Technology with Lives at Stake: InSTEDD in Haiti & Beyond


    Google Tech Talk
    June 30, 2010


    Presented by Eduardo Jezierski and Eric Rasmussen.

    InSTEDD, a Grantee, deployed to the Port au Prince airfield with a team from AlertNet just hours after the Haitian earthquake.

    Over the following days, a first-of-its-kind system was created that integrated technologies from more than a dozen partners. The system allowed Haitians to use their cell phones to both summon life-saving help and to receive critical information about relief efforts. From new portable satellite data antennas to plain RSS feeds, all sorts of technologies came into play to help the humans have a more effective response during Search and Rescue missions. Come and see the technologies that were used, how they were created from requirements in disaster response and public health, and how they incorporate innovations from field teams during and between disasters.

    We'll discuss what we needed to build and why, where it is now, where it's going, and what we need from you.

  • InSPIRE 2021: Innovative Data Solutions for Preparedness, Response, and Recovery


    This session will weave together a series of lightning briefings around innovative data solutions in planning, response, and recovery - while allowing participants and data stewards to interact via Q&A session time.

  • TiE Talks: Innovation In Education & Edutech. Building The Future Today


    The education sector has always been the slowest to adopt changes and adapt to the developments in consumer and employment sectors. However, the pandemic has created an urgent need for the sector to adopt digital tools to improve remote access to the classroom and reimagine the learning experience with the power of the latest technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality to name a few.

    In higher education, the impact is more immediate, as employers are now looking at new sets of skills that match a collaborative and human-centric work dynamic driving talent to embrace micro-degrees and modular learning models that can accompany them across their careers.

    The future is here and our education system is still catching up.

    We look beyond the short term changes, beyond the pandemic into a learning environment that prepare students ready for the unchartered future and as productive members of society.

    This session addresses the trends and changes that are being implemented by the education sector and the broader industry to improve the education sector and its ability to graduate employable talent.

    - Hajar Alansari : Manager of Community Communications, Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA)
    - Mayank Dhingra: Senior Education Business Leader, HP
    - Kathleen Delaski : Founder & President, Education Design Lab
    - Duncan Kemp: Partnership Director, Open University, Future Learn
    - Shameema Parveen: Co-founder & CEO, Edutech

    Go to for more information on TiE Dubai.

  • Climate adaptation and resilience vision: what will success look like?


    This is a recording of an online event on 11 February 2021 that heard expert perspectives on what climate adaptation and resilience success in 2021 looks like.

    The event, hosted by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), brought together speakers from government, business and civil society to pitch what strong adaptation ambition at COP26 needs to look like, what they are doing about it, and how to judge what success looks like for us all.

    The speakers were Sheela Patel, founder and director of the Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centres (SPARC) India; Mike Barry, senior associate at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership; Clare Shakya, director of IIED’s Climate Change research group; Thinley Choden, a social entrepreneur and consultant; Vel Gnanendran, climate and environment director for the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office; Gebru Jember Endalew, technical lead of the LDC Initiative for Effective Adaptation and Resilience (LIFE-AR); and Tom Mitchell, chief strategy officer for Climate-KIC. The event was moderated by Saleemul Huq, the director of ICCCAD.

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  • Ep.36: Ecopeace In The Middle East: Climate Change, Water Security and National Security


    Will the Middle East be inhabitable in 2100?On this episode, we will be joined by representatives from EcoPeace Middle East – a unique organization that brings together Jordanian, Palestinian, and Israeli environmentalists with the goal of creating and promoting cooperative efforts to protect the shared environmental heritage.

  • How Can I Find Great Places To Camp For Free


    #nomad life, #van life, Cheap RV living,
    Greetings, Recognition, Shout outs, Give Aways, Inspration, Camping Topics and resources, Fun, Fun!



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