Recruitment and Retention Consultations
Articles | Blog

Recruitment and Retention Consultations

>>So my name is Ann Dozier. I’m a Professor and Chair of Public Health Sciences. I’ve been involved with recruitment and retention here at the university since the early 2000’s when I started a course, a graduate course, on recruitment and retention into clinical research and then became part of the Clinical and Translational Science […]

Continue Reading...

Crazy Ants Invade – Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]
Articles | Blog

Crazy Ants Invade – Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]

– ED LEBRUN: Sweeping up dead ants every day. Millions of ants inside their house. Ants getting into the electrical equipment and then the electric circuit shorts out– Just much, much worse.– NARRATOR: The script is familiar.An exotic ant invades,wreaking havoc.But these are not fire ants,and this is not a horror film.– FILM NARRATOR: There […]

Continue Reading...

The Grass Whisperer
Articles | Blog

The Grass Whisperer

I guess I’m a grass connoisseur. I like grass in the products that I eat. I like that grass holds my topsoil. I like grass because it’s pretty. So there’s an old saying you know you cut hay in the afternoon. That’s when all the sugar goes up to the plant. These are all basically […]

Continue Reading...

Army researcher shares international partnership experiences
Articles | Blog

Army researcher shares international partnership experiences

A U.S. Army Research Laboratory materials engineer, Dr. Mark Griep, recently returned from a one-year tour of duty working in a South Korean Defense laboratory the DOD Engineer and Scientist Exchange Program, or ESEP, is an opportunity that promotes international cooperation… And so in that program we have an agreement was about 16 different countries […]

Continue Reading...

Articles

Human Subjects Research Training: “Protecting Human Subjects” – Module 1

(female announcer)This is part of a series of videotapes intended to help health professionals understand their responsibilities for protecting human subjects in biomedical and behavioral research. One program discusses the criteria used by IRBs for reviewing research. Another shows how to apply the basic ethical principles which underlie the involvement of human subjects. The series […]

Continue Reading...

LGR – Arcade Game Copy Protection & DRM
Articles | Blog

LGR – Arcade Game Copy Protection & DRM

[arcade ambience] [typing] [pew-pew sounds] A while back, I did a video on the history of copy protection in computer games, covering everything from code wheels to always-online DRM. Well, with it being Arcade August here on LGR and Geek Week on YouTube, I figured it’s time for a look at even more anti-piracy schemes, […]

Continue Reading...

Articles

Drones track endangered wildlife in Australian reserve

We’re out at Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary and we’re here to radio track Bettongs. Over the last two and a half years we’ve been building and testing a drone to radio track wildlife. This is something that hasn’t been achieved before anywhere in the world. It’s not a simple problem, but we believe that we’ve […]

Continue Reading...

Retention of Play Therapy Techniques in Seniors
Articles | Blog

Retention of Play Therapy Techniques in Seniors

[no dialogue] We are studying play therapy techniques conducted by seniors in the community and how they interact with the children. Right now, I’m working with Dr. Yoder to look at how much the seniors are remembering after the summer break. We take a play therapy video that they conducted before the summer break and […]

Continue Reading...