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Algebra
The 18 videos in this collection focus on all aspects of Algebra, from logarithms to quadratic equations and partial fractions. Clip #1: "Mathematical Language" - Clip #2: "Powers or Indices" - Clip #3: "Logarithms" - Clip #4: "Substitution and Formulae"…
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The Human Brain: Anatomy
The Human Brain: Anatomy shows the dissection and examination of a normal human brain. Dr Marco Rossi, Consultant Neuropathologist at the Corsellis Collection, Runwell Hospital, Essex, performs a standard dissection, explaining what he is doing and what he is seeing.…
Clinical Biochemestry: Phenylketonuria
Phenylketonuria is caused by the failure of an enzyme - phenylalanine hydroxylase - to metabolise one of the amino acids, phenylalanine. There is consequently an accumulation of phenylalanine in the body with detrimental effects on the general well-being, particularly on…
The Human Brain: Pathology
Dr Marco Rossi, Consultant Neuropathologist at the Corsellis Collection, Runwell Hospital, Essex, examines different examples of human brains presenting evidence of trauma or disease. Through external examination or partial dissection the viewer is able to see the damage to the…
The Human Brain: In Situ
Professor Susan Standring, Professor of Applied Neurobiology at United Medical and Dental Schools in Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals in London, conducts a basic anatomical examination of the human brain and its connections in the skull. She also examines the…
Clinical Biochemistry: Diabetes
Diabetes Mellitus affects over 100 million people world-wide and its incidence is increasing, for reasons which are not entirely clear. Diabetics have problems maintaining a safe level of glucose in their blood, and if untreated the condition can lead to…
Aseptic Techniques: Principles and Techniques
This program shows the principles and techniques necessary for aseptic microbiology work. There are demonstrations in a university laboratory setting and three industrial settings, the Courage Berkshire Brewery, Roche Products Limited and the Public Health Laboratories. In each of these…
Clinical Biochemistry: Cystic Fibrosis
Cystic Fibrosis is an autosomal recessive condition which results in severe respiratory, digestive and other health problems. Although management has improved considerably in the past 20 years, it is still a seriously disabling disease. This program, divided into four sections,…
Investigative Interviewing 1
As well as the Detective Sergeant's interviews with the victim, witness and suspect of a bag snatch, there are four different points of view of the snatch itself interspersed through the video. There are a further two sections at the…
Investigative Interviewing 3: Suspect
This programme features an extended and an alternative suspect interview to that featured in Investigative Interviewing 1. The difference between the 'good' suspect interview (1) and the 'bad' (ie mishandled) suspect interview (2) are subtle. It is the culmination of…
Investigative Interviewing 2: Victim & Witness
This programme features extended victim and witness interviews of those in Investigative Interviewing 1, giving students and lecturers a more detailed look at the process involved in using cognitive interviewing in a criminal investigation. The two interviews feature examples of…
Glassblowing
Glass Blowing follows a craftsman filmed in Matlock, Derbyshire, making an ornate wine glass from lead crystal which has been heated to 1200degC. He demonstrates the variety of skills and tools required to produce a piece of such quality. This…
An Introduction to Microscopy
This program covers the basic optical properties of the microscope and demonstrates the correct procedure to set up bright field illumination. It shows the technique of oil immersion and describes the calibration of the eyepiece graticule. Filmed in a clinical…
The Management of Pain
We use huge numbers of pain killers administered in different ways. Drugs fall mainly into three types and the programme describes their origins and actions. Other ways of dealing with pain, without drugs, for example massage, acupuncture and relaxation offer…