Lecture 2: Kirchoff's Laws, Voltage and Current Divider, Node Voltage Method
Introduction to Microelectronics - Josh Hug - UC Berkeley - Summer 2010
Zuoxiao Zuzhou in conversation with Michael Timmins. Moderated by Andrew Jones, chair, Center for Chinese Studies.
The music of Zuoxiao Zuzhou, one of Chinese best-known rock musicians, draws playfully on rock and roll, Chinese folk and operatic sounds, and electronic textures. A leading composer for independent Chinese films, he has worked closely with Ai Weiwei and Jia Zhangke. He is also a novelist and memoirist, whose two published books feature wildly creative accounts of the artistic life in a country hell-bent on development at any cost. Whether in his books or his songs or his graphic art, Zuoxiao Zuzhou pushes the envelope artistically and politically, maintaining a tough, humorous, unflinching and clear-eyed empathy for those who have been silenced and marginalized.
Michael Timmins is the songwriter and guitarist for the Canadian alternative country/blues/folk rock band Cowboy Junkies, formed in Toronto in 1985. Their second album, The Trinity Session, earned them both critical attention and a cult following. The band's version of The Velvet Underground song "Sweet Jane" was featured in the film Natural Born Killers. Their Nomad Series includes the 2010 album, Renmin Park.
eCHEM 1A: Online General Chemistry
College of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
Curriculum and ChemQuizzes developed by Dr. Mark Kubinec and Professor Alexander Pines
Chemical Demonstrations by Lonnie Martin
Video Production by Jon Schainker and Scott Vento
Developed with the support of The Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation
Cal Performances annual event Fall Free for All is a full
day of free performances featuring a diverse line-up of more than 50
individual artists and companies. This video captures the sights and
sounds of the day, including artists such as Kronos Quartet, Nadja
Salerno-Sonnenberg Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet, members of the Mark
Morris Dance Group actress Jane Lynch, Philharmonia Baroque Ensemble,
among many others (Length: 4:40; 2012)
Find out what the Affordable Care Act has accomplished since its inception, what changes are upcoming and what health reform challenges lie ahead. This public lecture by Professor Dow provides an overview that every health professional and consumer needs to know. Learn more about UC Berkeley Extension at extension.berkeley.edu.