1. ARI Research Update Webinar


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    Researchers from the AO Research Institute Davos provide an overview into the latest research developments to their clinical colleagues. This webinar took place in December 2012 as part of the AOTrauma surgeon education courses.

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    • SOUND Cuisine - DJ Grid (SOUNDC026)


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      SOUND Cuisine - DJ Grid (SOUNDC026) 2014 10 02 GLOBE LOUNGE facebook.com/soundcuisine DJ Grid Style : 레몬 에이드 (Lemon Ade) soundcloud.com/grid-official

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      • Unlocking the Law: Building on the Work of Larry E. Ribstein: Panel V: Private Lawmaking and Adjudication


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        Panel from the 2nd Annual Henry G. Manne Law & Economics Conference entitled "Unlocking the Law: Building on the Work of Larry E. Ribstein". This conference was held at George Mason University School of Law on Friday, November 9, 2012. All papers are being presented here publicly for the first time. This is Panel V: Private Lawmaking and Adjudication. The moderator is Bruce H. Kobayashi, Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law. Presentations: "Decentralizing the Lawmaking Function: Should There Be Intellectual Property Rights in Law?" Robert G. Bone, G. Rollie White Teaching Excellence Chair in Law, University of Texas at Austin School of Law "Lawyers as Lawmakers, Privilege and Agency" Barry E. Adler, Bernard Petrie Professor of Law and Business and Associate Dean for Information Systems and Technology, New York University School of Law "Arbitration, the Law Market, and the Law of Lawyering" Erin O'Hara O'Connor, Milton R. Underwood Chair in Law, Vanderbilt University Law School Peter B. Rutledge, Herman E. Talmadge Chair of Law, University of Georgia Law School

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        • Questions& Answers 187 - Acne, Hair Loss, Exercise, Dry Fruits, Adrenals


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          Questions & Answers 187 - Thanks for moving to Vimeo - Acne and the role of the skin - Aneurysms - Hair Loss - When to exercise - Calories - Dry fuits – Bad or good? - Fixing the Adrenals - Lyme and popping knees - More Acne - Scientific Negatives of Meat Eating - Bone Grafting and loss of bone. Disclaimer The information given by Robert Morse in these videos are strictly for education purposes only. They do not involve the diagnosing, treatment or prescribing of remedies for the treatment of diseases. Recommendations made in these recordings are not considered consultations or recommended individual protocols. Individual consultations and protocols through Dr. Morse are given by appointment only via contact through his clinic.

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          • [SYU-BT] Lecture 15 Autoimmune Diseases -I


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            Speaker : Dr. Sang Lee M.D. English Translator : Jee Young Choi Dr Sang Lee's NEWSTART Center, +82-33-671-2239 Webpage : www.leesangku.org/ Twitter : www.twitter.com/newstart4life YouTube : www.youtube.com/newstart4life Vimeo : www.vimeo.com/newstart Latest video clips are in www.leesangku.org .

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            • Multiscale computer modelling of bone


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              Prof Michael Fagan, University of Hull Seminar given on 29/5/09 as part of the EPSRC funded TRANSIT Interdisciplinary Series at the University of York. Bone is a fascinating and remarkable structural material which goes through an initial phase of growth and development to maturity (known as ‘modelling’), followed by a continuous cycle of repair, renewal and optimisation (known as ‘remodelling’). Surprisingly, the processes controlling bone modelling and remodelling are still a question of debate. But what is agreed, is that these are highly non-linear dynamic activities, which adapt and change with use, with age, with disease and with other factors. The Medical and Biological Engineering Group at Hull is interested in understanding the mechanobiology of bone, i.e. how load modulates bone morphology and fitness for purpose, from the response of bone cells, through tissue level effects, to the form and function of whole bones. We do this through the development and application of mathematical and computer models. In this seminar I will describe some of this modelling work, including: - * a simulation of the osteocyte and lacuno-canalicular network that senses the loading experienced by the bone and is largely responsible for control of the remodelling cycle. * a mathematical model of the bone remodelling cycle, formulated at the basic multicellular unit (BMU) level, that integrates bone removal by osteoclasts and formation by osteoblasts. * multibody dynamics analysis (MDA) of the musculoskeletal system to predict the loading of whole bones, applied here to lizard and primate skulls to determine muscle, bite and joint forces during biting. * finite element analysis (FEA) of skulls using the MDA load data to predict bone strains and investigate the effects of particular skull features, such as sutures, and overall skull design. Biography Michael Fagan is Group Leader of the Medical and Biological Engineering Research Group at the University of Hull. The Group is interested primarily in computational biomedical and biological engineering research, but also works on medical device development. The group is based in the recently refurbished and very well-equipped Medical Engineering labs in the Robert Blackburn building with facilities including: * Advance Imaging for 3D model generation including a microCT scanner, small and large volume laser scanners and 3D digitiser. * Biomaterials Test Laboratory to determine the material properties and characteristics of biological and biomedical materials, including a nano-indentation and dynamic mechanical thermal analysis, differenbtial scanning calorimeter - and dedicated material preparation suite. * Biomechanical Test Laboratory including tension/compression testing and fatigue test machines, laser speckle interferometry, and data-loggers for both static and dynamic strain gauge analysis. * Software Laboratory providing access to a wide range of software, e.g. image processing and visualisation, 3D CAD modelling, finite element analysis, kinematic simulation, and model development software. * In addition we have access to other facilities elsewhere in the University, including: * High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster (150 nodes and 12 terabyte file-store). * HIVE Hull Immersive Visualization Environment Suite (with interactive 3D visualisation facilities including an auditorium with back-projected stereoscopic 18m2 work wall and 14 camera motion tracking system, portable 3D projectors and VR helmets). * Sport, Health and Exercise Science Laboratories (with exercise physiology facilities, isokinetic dynamometer, Neurocom dynamic balance system, gait analysis, motion tracking, force plates etc). * Plus access to the University's NMR and microscopy suite (SEM, TEM and confocal microscopy), and advanced engineering facilities (CAD/CAM, CNC and rapid-prototyping machines, and mechanical & electronic workshops).

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              • The Human Skeleton (Rough)


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                • Friday Grand Rounds 270209 A Mclellan


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                  • Creating an FK/IK Rig


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                    In Blender 2.5 video tutorial series, we will be going over how set up a rig that can easily switch between FK (Forward Kinematics) and IK (Inverse Kinematics) controls using a single slider. We'll first go through the process of preparing and applying the Armature. We'll then look at making the rig switch between the FK and IK controls using Bone Constraints and a Custom Property. We'll then proceed to add in some Drivers and drawing the necessary properties in the UI using Python. Lastly we'll quickly go over Bone Shapes by changing how the Bones appear in Pose Mode.

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                    • You Can Believe God Created...even dinosaurs


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                      In this final message of the series You Can Believe, we explore God as creator once more; however, when we talk about God creating, does it include things like dinosaurs? Can we believe dinosaurs were real? If they were real, did God create them, too? Are dinosaurs talked about in the Bible? At the end of this message, you get to decide.

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