Features of your new app:
- Essential pre-arrival information, including guides and check lists
- Key staff profiles
- Links to social media
- Events calendar
- Campus maps
- Local information
- Visa information
- Frequently asked questions
- Travel and transfers information
- Image galleries
– Live streaming data from the ISS onboard systems and mission timelines
– Crew and Science timelines with individual crewmember, social media, and international science experiment details
– Console displays with live streaming systems data and educational material to describe how the ISS works
– Virtual Mission Control Center is a 3D replica of the MCC in Houston, TX organized to describe how the mission control team supporting the ISS work
– Links to the five International Partner Space Agencies mission information
– Educational lessons that interact with the live streaming system data accessible through the website link
ISSLive!: ISS Mission Control in Your Pocket
International Space Station Live! or ISSLive! includes a website and mobile applications that tie ISS streaming systems data and operational timelines into one “Rich Internet Application (RIA)” experience. The application offers data on real time parameters such as station position, internal environment, altitude, payload rack science activities and other interesting data and crew activities. ISSLive! ties this data into an interactive application which includes the latest social media feeds.
ISSLive! contains a scrollable timeline, with a ‘public-friendly’ view of crew and payload activities. It uses some of the latest interactive web content technologies, including 3D interactive virtual views of the MCC and ISS. ISSLive! is a “one-stop shop” for ISS data, letting users in on the fascinating activities that happen daily onboard the ISS.
Working with the NASA Education Office, ISSLive! content serves as the basis for development of interactive lessons in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. ISSLive! is also a resource for the space enthusiast, the educator, and the life-long learner to participate in the mission of the ISS.
* View grades and class schedules
* BuckID balances, transactions and meal swipes
* Real-time bus locator
* Automatic amenity recommendations
* Campus map, building details and amenities
* News, Events feeds
* Athletics news, schedules and photos
* Library catalog search and building locator
* Find People
* Browse O-H-I-O photos
* And more!
You are pregnant for the first time, what happens next? Get the world's most relevant timeline of your baby's development available right now.
Especially during your first pregnancy many questions and lack of information can lead to confusion or even anxiety about your own health. Our application offers an excellent insight into exploring the various aspects of pregnancy by providing a timeline, weekly information, due date calculation and milestones to keep you safe. We illustrate the journey from embryo to newborn baby with beautiful images, photos and ultrasounds of the baby in your womb, whilst giving you weekly updates from conception up to the birth of your child. The app was developed by a medical doctor with nothing but your health in mind.
Our application is offered as an educational tool to aid all interested to explore the fascinating and exciting world of pregnancy.Get it now and use it as your personal tracker.
Pregnancy (by Wikipedia)
In human reproduction, pregnancy (or gestation) is the development of one or more offspring, known as an embryo or fetus, in the uterus of a woman.
Childbirth usually occurs about 38 weeks after conception. In women who have a menstrual cycle length of four weeks, this is approximately 40 weeks from the start of the last normal menstrual period (LNMP). Health authorities recommend that women not artificially begin delivery with labor induction or caesarean section before 39 weeks as this amount of time is considered "full term" for the child to develop. Conception can be achieved through sexual intercourse or assisted reproductive technology.
An embryo is the developing offspring during the first 8 weeks following conception, and subsequently the term fetus is used until birth. In many societies' medical or legal definitions, human pregnancy is somewhat arbitrarily divided into three trimester periods of three months each, as a means to simplify reference to the different stages of prenatal development. The first trimester carries the highest risk of miscarriage (natural death of embryo or fetus). During the second trimester, the development of the fetus can be more easily monitored and diagnosed. The third trimester is marked by further growth of the fetus and the development of fetal fat stores. The point of fetal viability, or the point in time at which fetal life outside of the uterus is possible, usually coincides with the late second or early third trimesters; babies born at this early point in development are at high risk for having medical conditions and dying.
This app's goal is to change that!
We aim to help simplify the process of prepping for, and attending, The Ohio State University career fairs. Get a leg up in your career fair prep and ease some of that stress with the following features:
- View the most up to date list of companies attending the fairs
- Detailed information on each company accelerates your research
- Ability to search for companies based upon major, work authorization, and position type
- Mark potential employers as favorites
- Find every company's location on the floor plan
- Plan your visit by showing only your favorite companies on the floor plan
- Get tips and advice on your appearance, elevator speech, and general approach
We hope you find this app useful. If you have any problems, questions, or suggestions, feel free to email the support address below.
Oregon’s Agricultural Experiment Station is the principal agricultural research engine in the state. We conduct research in the agricultural, biological, social, and environmental sciences for the economic, social, and environmental benefit of Oregon. Our researchers work in five OSU Colleges and at eleven Branch Stations across the state, and with collaborators around the world.
Extension and Experiment Station Communications is a department within the College of Agricultural Sciences and a program within OSU Extension. In addition to producing Oregon’s Agricultural Progress, we create learning material in many forms, including news and information in multiple media for public issues education and outreach.
OSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences works across Oregon and around the world to help solve problems to ensure human health, economic health, and environmental health for generations to come. In the College, toxicologist and geneticists collaborate with environmental and crop scientists to understand the interaction of health and natural resources. And students experience a STEM education that combines basic and applied sciences in real-world settings.
Two-Aged Stand Management in the Coast Range
Individual Tree Selection (ITS) in a Northwest Oregon Mixed Conifer Forest
Mixed Conifer and Hardwood Forest Management in Southwest Oregon
Find out more about forestry at the Oregon State University Extension website: