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Regulation of respiration- 2, Neural Regulation | TCML

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Wind Turbine Aerodynamics: Stall vs Pitch Regulation

What is a stall regulated wind turbine? What is pitch control in a wind turbine? What are the flappy bits you sometimes see at the blade tips on old wind turbines? In this video I answer these questions and talk about the two ways to regulate the amount of power produced by wind turbine blades so that the generator doesn’t get overloaded when wind speeds are high. I explain how each one works, including some of the […]

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Teaching Self-Regulation by Modeling

When teachers explicitly recognize and respond to their emotions in class, students learn to engage in these processes themselves. Our How Learning Happens video series explores teaching practices grounded in the science of learning and human development. To see more, visit This series was produced by Edutopia in collaboration with the National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development ( with support from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative ( Special Thanks: The Science of Learning and Development Initiative […]

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Why Self-Regulation May Be More Important Than Literacy | Alissa Antle | TEDxSFU

Dr. Antle brings to our attention the idea that perhaps what is preventing children in developing regions from learning is not the lack of schools, but instead, the inability to self-regulate due to experienced traumas. She explains how the headset and app technology she developed teaches children how to self-regulate and how this has, and will, have a profound influence on how children are able to learn across all parts of the world. Dr. Antle pushes the […]

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Enzyme regulation

This biochemistry lecture explains about the mechanism of enzyme regulation with different regulatory substances which is a part of allosteric regulation. Enzymes need to be properly regulated so that the physiological functions as well as biochemical pathways can be properly established in cell. There are different types of enzyme regulation and here we have discussed about the few. Here we will explain Allosteric enzyme regulation Feedback regulation Product inhibition of enzyme For more information, log on to- […]

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Balanced cryptocurrency regulation: an industry-regulator discussion | World Economic Forum

The recent publication of “Navigating Cryptocurrency Regulation: An Industry Perspective on the Insights and Tools Needed to Shape Balanced Crypto Regulation”, a regulatory guidance document from the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Cryptocurrencies, was accompanied by a industry-regulator roundtable on cryptocurrency regulation moderated by Denelle Dixon, Stellar Development Foundation. Among the panellists were Haimera Workie, FINRA, Wai Lum Kwok, ADGM, Caroline Malcolm, OECD, H.E. Gabriel Abed, Ambassador of Barbados to the United Arab Emirates, Paul […]

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Motivation, self-regulation and learning how to learn | Heidi Ashton | TEDxYouth@LBIS

Heidi is a passionate advocate for excellent education for younger children. She believes in an education that preserves the integrity of childhood, capitalizes on children’s natural curiosity, and respects them as competent learners. While what children learn is important, equally important is how they learn. Heidi Ashton is an international educator with many years of experience. She is the PYP Coordinator at International Preparatory School in Mapou. She is Canadian by birth but has spent most of […]

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Population regulation | Ecology | Khan Academy

Learn the difference between density-dependent and density-independent factors that affect population growth, and explore examples of each. Watch the next lesson: Missed the previous lesson? Watch here: Ecology on Khan Academy: Why are polar bears found only in the Arctic? Why does mildew grow in your shower and not (hopefully) in your sock drawer? Learn how ecologists study the interactions between organisms and their environment, and how these interactions affect where, and in what numbers, different types […]

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