1. PoliTo 2015


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    • Great results with limited funds - 2014 in sound and images


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      In 2014, the Poul Due Jensen Foundation distributed 18,5m DKK. The money went to 25 projects and awarded 6 prizes. 73% of the donations or 13.5m DKK were used to secure clean and safe water, 20% or 3.7m DKK were used within the area of research and innovation, and finally 7% or 1.3m DKK were donated to social purposes in Denmark. Visit us at www.poulduejensenfoundation.com Music: Skyline by Gentle Fire Studio - PremiumBeat.com Standard License

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      • Not For You (FTF Films)


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        https://vimeo.com/feedthefire/not-for-you | https://vimeo.com/channels/feedthefire/121430893 | H U M Δ N ~ Ξ √ Ω L U T ↑ ☼ N ~ N Ω W | http://www.facebook.com/djhardcoretruth | http://www.futureproducer.net | http://www.wrecklessbeats.com | http://www.truth.futureproducer.net | http://feedthefirefilms.makesnoise.com | http://wrecklessbeats.makesnoise.com | http://truthnowradio.isteaching.com | http://vimeo.com/channels/feedthefire | http://feedthefirefilms.vidmeup.com | https://twitter.com/FireStryke11 | http://sacredlifemandalas.creativist.me | http://derekgedney.creativist.me | http://derek-gedney.pixels.com | http://www.cafepress.com/sacredlifemandalasofficial | https://www.youtube.com/sacredlifemandalas | http://vimeo.com/channels/sacredlifemandalas | http://derek-gedney.artistwebsites.com | http://sacredlife.deviantart.com "To argue with a man who has renounced his reason is like giving medicine to the dead." - Thomas Paine The media material presented in this production is protected by the FAIR USE CLAUSE of the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, which allows for the rebroadcast of copyrighted materials for the purposes of commentary, criticism, and education.

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        • Polar Ecology Course 2014 - Svalbard (Spitsbergen)


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          This video was created from footage taken during "polar ecology course" that took place in Spitsbergen (Svalbard) in summer 2014. This course is organized by University of South Bohemia in Czech Republic. I do NOT claim to own ANY rights to music used for this video. If the copyright owners have a problem with this video in any way, please contact me and I'll remove it immediately. Music I used in the video as a background: Arcade Fire - wake up Michael Brook – Carte noir Neil Young – dead man theme Michael Brook – Sea of Cortez Mono – Halo Michael Brook – Childhood adventure Michael Brook – Swimming & Horses Michael Brook – The Combine & Wayne Michael Brook – Best Unsaid Moby – Shot in the back of the head Michael Brook – Salvation Mountain Moby – Everloving Moby – Homeward angel Mogwai – Travel is dangerous Black Light Burns - The Moment You Realize You´re Going To Fall Eddie Vedder – Hard Sun Eddie Vedder – Long nights John Butler – Ocean Michael Brook – Selling Books Michael Brook – Chris Meets the Bear The XX – Intro Eddie Vedder – Guaranteed This video was made by: Flying Hanuman ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Toto video bylo vytvořeno ze záběrů pořízených v létě 2014 během kurzu polární ekologie, který probíhá na souostroví Špicberky. Tento kurz zajišťuje Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích. (Nejsem vlastníkem autorských práv k hudbě, která byla ve videu použita. Tato hudba podléhá autorským právům a pokud vlastníci těchto práv budou mít problém s užitím této hudby, prosím, kontaktujte mě a podle domluvy může být video (nebo stopa podléhající právům vlastníka) odstraněno.) Autor videa: Flying Hanuman -non profit purposes-

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          • Therapeutic Meditation


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            http://www.TheFrenchHypnotherapist.com On the use of therapeutic meditation, guided imagery and other mind-body modalities to support people dealing with a cancer diagnosis. By Pierre-Etienne Vannier, CHt., at the Huntington Hospital Cancer Center, Pasadena, CA. Visit www.TheFrenchHypnotherapist.com for more info.

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            • Burton Lee - Ethics, Human Nature, & Scientific Evidence


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              Dr. Burton Lee is BACK! It's always an honor to have Dr. Lee return to the US from Kenya and take a break from his critical care clinical and academic duties across the Atlantic Ocean. This time, Dr. Lee brought with him another thought provoking lecture about ethics in evidence based medicine and how it may be impacting the way we practice on a day-to-day basis. This talk takes a deeper dive into the scientific literature studying decision making, bias, human nature, and the conflicts that exist within, "Conflict of interest".

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              • InsideOICR with Richa Chaudhary


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                Richa Chaudhary is a Research Associate and Assistant Lab Manager in OICR's Drug Discovery Program. Here she discusses the unique career path that brought her to OICR and the skills she has gained along the way.

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                • 3-05 - Juliet the Black Bear - March 05, 2014


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                  ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                  • Breakthrough paralysis research powered by the World Run


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                    Wings for Life and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation unite to advance a groundbreaking therapy for spinal cord injury. The clinical study, conducted by University of Louisville professor Susan Harkema will test the hypothesis in 36 individuals living with spinal cord injury that epidural stimulation can be used to recover a significant level of autonomic control. A special group of 6 to 8 patients will be funded with a significant part of the proceeds from the inaugural Wings for Life World Run, held in 2014. The global running event, which saw thousands of athletes start at the very same time in 34 locations around the globe, generated €3.2 million to foster promising spinal cord research projects. The event will be held again on May 3, 2015. http://www.wingsforlifeworldrun.com

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                    • Epidural Stimulation Animation


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                      Epidural stimulation has the potential to be a quantum leap forward for the millions living with spinal cord injury. Epidural stimulation is the application of a continuous electrical current to the lower part of the spinal cord. The stimulation is carried out via a little device which is implanted over the dura (the protective coating) of the spinal cord. A remote about the size of a smart phone controls the frequency and intensity of the electrical current. When the stimulator is on, specific sensory stimulations, combined with intensive training, allows paralyzed people to voluntarily move their legs. The groundbreaking work by Dr. Susan Harkema of the University of Louisville will now be expanded and tested in a clinical study. http://www.wingsforlife.com

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