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The Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis in Water Treatment course from Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis in Water Treatment includes several video excursions to functioning reverse osmosis installations. Through these you will experience the operation of a seawater installation, a brackish water installation and an industrial water treatment plant.
Through this Nanomedicine - Applications in Diagnostics and Surgery programme at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the students will acquire knowledge and generate ideas on how nanotools can be used in many fields of Health Sciences improving diagnostic or invasive techniques by overcoming limitations and barriers for a better patient management.
Enchanting and otherworldly in their beauty, the polar regions are some of the most isolated and least understood places on Earth. Until relatively recently, few non-indigenous people had experienced their immense majesty. And yet, while remote, these extreme environments are endlessly fascinating, and eminently worthy of witnessing firsthand, especially if you are prepared to understand what you are seeing.
The Natural Health (Nutrition and Diet) - UK course from International Career Institute (ICI) leads to the awarding of either a Certificate, Diploma or Advanced Diploma depending on which level you enrol at
The Natural Health (Nutrition and Diet) - USA course from International Career Institute (ICI) leads to the awarding of an Executive Diploma.
The Natural Health (Nutrition and Diet) course from International Career Institute (ICI) leads to the awarding of a Diploma level certificate.
This course traces the origins and consequences of the theory of natural law. Natural law is the idea that there is an objective moral order, grounded in essential humanity, that holds universal and permanent implications for the ways we should conduct ourselves as free and responsible human beings.
This module develops a rationale for, and explains the methodologies used in, the application of economic theory to the allocation of natural resources.
These 36 half-hour lectures are your initiation into the geological world that lies just outside your door. The Nature of Earth: An Introduction to Geology introduces you to physical geology, the study of Earth's minerals, rocks, soils, and the processes that operate on them through time.
With organisations increasingly dependent on their information systems, there is a greater need to ensure that the underlying network infrastructure being used by these systems is secure.The Network Security programme is offered by The Open University UK.
Different types of neuroethical issues will be discussed during the Neuroethics course at Uppsala University.
Opening your eyes to how neural processes produce the familiar features of human existence, The Neuroscience of Everyday Life covers a remarkable range of subjects in 36 richly detailed lectures. You will explore the brain under stress and in love, learning, sleeping, thinking, hallucinating, and just looking around–which is less about recording reality than creating illusions that allow us to function in our environment.
New Frontiers: Modern Perspectives on Our Solar System is a visually stunning and richly detailed investigation of what we know about the solar system today. Illustrated with insightful diagrams, amazing computer animations, and scores of spectacular images from telescopes and spacecraft, these 24 half-hour lectures help give you a clearer idea of just how critical the technological advancements of the space age have affected our views of the solar system. The stunning point of view on display in New Frontiers shows you just how much more there is to uncover about your true place among the stars.
This course is designed to introduce the writings of the New Testament–the most widely read, quoted, studied, debated, maligned, and believed book in the history of Western civilization.
Many people remain unaware of how the New Testament was written and transmitted. This course draws on modern biblical scholarship, recent archaeological discoveries, and careful literary analysis to trace the history of the New Testament and of the early Christian faith community.
The growth in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that started in the latter part of the 20th century has, despite some early concerns, continued into the 21st century, in almost all parts of the globe and in all spheres of human activity. NGOs have become highly visible components of civil society and are recognised as significant players in the fields of human rights, the environment and social development at local, national and international levels.
Nineteenth- century literature was diverse, exciting and mobile; literary movements were not restricted to single countries, but developed through crossing linguistic and geographic boundaries. This course is for anyone who is interested in nineteenth-century literature and society, and will also appeal to anyone who would like to gain a greater sense of how literature transformed throughout the nineteenth century.
The message of Existentialism, unlike that of many more obscure and academic philosophical movements, is about as simple as can be. It is that every one of us, as an individual, is responsible–responsible for what we do, responsible for who we are, responsible for the way we face and deal with the world, responsible, ultimately, for the way the world is.
The Nonlinear Ordinary Differential Equations programme is offered by The Open University UK.
An online program designed to help nonprofit and non-governmental organization managers improve their financial literacy.
The course is introductory to scientific computation. The basic numerical methods for the solution of classical problems are presented and described. The course is introductory to scientific computation. The basic numerical methods for the solution of classical problems are presented and described.