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Human Lungs | Parts of Respiratory system | Human anatomy | 3D animation videos

Humans for respiration need a continuous supply of oxygen. Humans take in oxygen and leave out carbon dioxide, which is the poisonous waste product in the process of respiration. The lungs are essential respiratory organs in the human body. The human anatomy consists of two lungs. They can be called as the left and the […]

This Is How Successful People Manage Their Time

Say no to everything that doesn’t support your immediate goals 41% of items that people put on their to-do list are never done at all It’s like a to-do list is is the graveyard of you know? Important but not urgent and when you truly realize what like just how valuable a single minute is […]

Miami University’s Humanities Center

>>TIM MELLEY: The Miami University Humanities Center is a hub for research, public engagement, and collaborative study in the fields of history, philosophy, literature, language, and culture.>>SHEILA CROUCHER: What’s been so impressive to me is that the Humanities Center has a very inclusive attitude about who and what the humanities is, and who can participate.>>TIM […]

Learn French – How to Greet People in French

salute general Ingrid hi everybody I’m Ingrid welcome to French part 101.com your concert component the fastest easiest and most fun way to learn French in the last lesson we learned how to be grateful to people by saying message in this lesson we’ll learn some of the other most common greetings used in France […]

What If Humans Could Photosynthesize?

How cool would it be if you could photosynthesize? No more cooking or grocery shopping. If you got hungry, all you’d need is some tasty sunlight! It sounds awesome, but it turns out that it’s not so easy being green. Photosynthesis allows plants to take sunlight and carbon dioxide and turn it into sugar, which […]

Developing digital fluency in the humanities by Dr Zoe Alker

Panopticon and the people is a level 3 undergraduate module for students of Criminology, Social Policy and Sociology. Within the module students examine how contemporary issues in crime and justice, including persistence and desistance, youth crime, female offending and gang crime, have been treated historically from the 18th century. Students work with a range of […]