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Origin of granite at Cabo de Santo Agostinho, Northeast Brazil  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

A 4 km2 exposure of shallowly-emplaced leucogranite on the Atlantic coast at Cabo de Santo Agostinho, 30 km south of Recife, Brazil has been extensively studied chemically and isotopically. Twenty-three major-element analyses indicate that the Cabo granite ranges from peralkaline to peraluminous; Na2O+K2O is very high (7.4 to 10.4 wt.%), with CaO low (ė0.3%) and MgO vanishing (<0.06%). Microprobe analyses confirm the presence of arfvedsonite (biotite absent), and nearly total absence of plagioclase. The rocks are moderately to highly enriched in LREE (La 45 to 350 times chondritic), with extremely pronounced negative Eu anomalies (Eu/Eu*=0.02 to 0.07). Whole-rock ? 18O is consistent at +8.5Ī0.3%.oSMOW A Rb-Sr isochron age of isotopically slightly disturbed samples is 104.8Ī1.8 Ma, with initial87Sr/86Sr=0.7084Ī0.0011. Sr is depleted (2 20 ppm) but Ba is 200 750 ppm. Crystallization path calculations and petrographic observations suggest that magma formed at a pressure close to 6 kbar but rose to a crustal level equivalent to roughly 1 kbar. Quartz, the liquidus phase at moderate H2O concentrations and pressures above 2 kbar, was resorbed during decompression as the magma moved upwards. Ultimately, quartz and alkali feldspar coprecipitated. Feldspar was not retained in the source rock nor removed early from the fractionating magma. Therefore the strong negative Eu anomaly and low Sr abundance are characteristics inherited from the source. A high H2O concentration necessary for a large degree of melting was lacking, hence the Cabo magma composition must reflect a small degree of partial melting of a rather quartz-rich rock such as a feldspathic arenite. In a pre-drift reconstruction of Gondwanaland, the Cabo granite fits on the southernmost and youngest end of the trend of the Niger-Nigerian igneous centers with which it has close affinity. The Cabo granite occupies the western end of the trace of the ancestral Ascension mantle plume which presumably served as the heat source.

Long, Leon E.; Sial, Alcides N.; Nekvasil, Hanna; Borba, Glicia S.

1986-09-01

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Drosophila Neto is essential for clustering glutamate receptors at the neuromuscular junction  

PubMed Central

Neurotransmitter receptor recruitment at postsynaptic specializations is key in synaptogenesis, since this step confers functionality to the nascent synapse. The Drosophila neuromuscular junction (NMJ) is a glutamatergic synapse, similar in composition and function to mammalian central synapses. Various mechanisms regulating the extent of postsynaptic ionotropic glutamate receptor (iGluR) clustering have been described, but none are known to be essential for the initial localization and clustering of iGluRs at postsynaptic densities (PSDs). We identified and characterized the Drosophila neto (neuropilin and tolloid-like) as an essential gene required for clustering of iGluRs at the NMJ. Neto colocalizes with the iGluRs at the PSDs in puncta juxtaposing the active zones. neto loss-of-function phenotypes parallel the loss-of-function defects described for iGluRs. The defects in neto mutants are effectively rescued by muscle-specific expression of neto transgenes. Neto clustering at the Drosophila NMJ coincides with and is dependent on iGluRs. Our studies reveal that Drosophila Neto is a novel, essential component of the iGluR complexes and is required for iGluR clustering, organization of PSDs, and synapse functionality. PMID:22499592

Kim, Young-Jun; Bao, Hong; Bonanno, Liana; Zhang, Bing; Serpe, Mihaela

2012-01-01

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Neto2 is a KCC2 interacting protein required for neuronal Cl? regulation in hippocampal neurons  

PubMed Central

KCC2 is a neuron-specific K+ĖCl? cotransporter that is essential for Cl? homeostasis and fast inhibitory synaptic transmission in the mature CNS. Despite the critical role of KCC2 in neurons, the mechanisms regulating its function are not understood. Here, we show that KCC2 is critically regulated by the single-pass transmembrane protein neuropilin and tolloid like-2 (Neto2). Neto2 is required to maintain the normal abundance of KCC2 and specifically associates with the active oligomeric form of the transporter. Loss of the Neto2:KCC2 interaction reduced KCC2-mediated Cl? extrusion, resulting in decreased synaptic inhibition in hippocampal neurons. PMID:23401525

Ivakine, Evgueni A.; Acton, Brooke A.; Mahadevan, Vivek; Ormond, Jake; Tang, Man; Pressey, Jessica C.; Huang, Michelle Y.; Ng, David; Delpire, Eric; Salter, Michael W.; Woodin, Melanie A.; McInnes, Roderick R.

2013-01-01

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Impurity-Induced Spin-Orbit Coupling in Graphene A. H. Castro Neto1  

E-print Network

Impurity-Induced Spin-Orbit Coupling in Graphene A. H. Castro Neto1 and F. Guinea2 1 Department; published 10 July 2009) We study the effect of impurities in inducing spin-orbit coupling in graphene. We show that the sp3 distortion induced by an impurity can lead to a large increase in the spin-orbit

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Dr. Dean W. Ahrenholz Dr. M. James Allen  

E-print Network

. Fogarty Dr. Malcolm P. Francis Dr. R.I.C.C. Francis Dr. Ken Gerow Dr. Carter Gilbert Dr. V. Guillory Dr. William G. Pearcy Dr. Jerome J. Pella Dr. Michael A. Perez Dr. Randall M. Peterman Dr. Bruce F. Phillips Regner Dr. R. Anne Richards Dr. William J. Richards 884 #12;dr. Linda R. Richardson Dr. T.A. Rien Dr

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Dr. David A. Ambrose Dr. Allen H. Andrews  

E-print Network

737 Dr. David A. Ambrose Dr. Allen H. Andrews Dr. John Arnould Dr. Richard J. Beamish Dr. James L. Bodkin Dr. Richard W. Brill Dr. Jon K.T. Brodziak Dr. Nancy Brown-Peterson Dr. John K. Carlson Dr Dr. Chris W. Glass Dr. Robert Grabowski Dr. John E. Graves Dr. Lewis J. Haldorson Dr. Anne Hallowed

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Dr. Stratakis  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Stratakis work focuses on understanding the genetic and molecular mechanisms leading to disorders that affect the adrenal cortex and pituitary gland, which haslong has been a field of research in the NICHD at NIH. Emphasis is on disorders that are hereditary and associated with multiple tumors and abnormalities in other endocrine glands and other tissues. The aim of this work is to understand, diagnose and treat endocrine neoplasias. Dr.

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Dr Nicholas Jackson Dr John Moody  

E-print Network

Capdeboscq B1:22 Dr Hugo van den Berg SB Dr Colm Connaughton D2:10 Prof. John Cremona C2:21 Dr Adam Epstein C:06 Dr Florian Theil B2:26 Dr Daniel Ueltschi B2:21 Dr Bruce Westbury B1:03 Dr David Wood B1:13 Dr Oleg Tildesley D1:08 Professor Keith Ball D2:07 Dr Andreas Dedner C2:07 Dr Danijela Horak B2.40 Prof. Daniel Kral

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Dr Nicholas Jackson Dr Lassina Dembele  

E-print Network

:01 Prof. Brian Bowditch B1:28 Dr Inna Capdeboscq B1:22 Dr Hugo van den Berg SB Dr Colm Connaughton D2 Topping D2:06 Dr Florian Theil B2:26 Dr Daniel Ueltschi B2:21 Dr David Wood B1:13 Dr Oleg Zaboronski B2 Keith Ball B1.33 Dr Andreas Dedner C2:07 Prof. Daniel Kral B2.19 Dr Charo del Genio D2.11 Prof. Charles

Burton, Geoffrey R.

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Dr. G.R. Abbe Dr. Pere Abello  

E-print Network

. Robert J. Allman Mr. Michael D. Arendt Dr. Alexander I. Arkhipkin Dr. David A. Armstrong Dr. Colin. Michael Burton Dr. Morgan S. Busby Dr. Michael Canino Dr. John K. Carlson Dr. Milani Y. Chaloupka Dr Isely Dr. George D. Jackson Ms. Nadine Johnston Dr. Lindsay Joll Dr. Michel J. Kaiser Mr. Craig R

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Dr. George Farkas, Dr. Laurie Hansen, Dr. Penelope Collins, Dr. Michael E. Martinez Congratulations to Dr. Laurie Hansen, UC Irvine Ph.D. in Education  

E-print Network

Dr. George Farkas, Dr. Laurie Hansen, Dr. Penelope Collins, Dr. Michael E. Martinez Congratulations. Penelope Collins (Chair), Dr. Michael Martinez, Dr. George Farkas, Dr. Carol Booth Olson, and Dr. Keith

Rose, Michael R.

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Dr Nicholas Jackson Dr Lassina Dembele  

E-print Network

:01 Prof. Brian Bowditch B1:28 Dr Inna Capdeboscq B1:22 Dr Hugo van den Berg SB Dr Colm Connaughton D2:26 Dr Daniel Ueltschi B2:21 Dr Bruce Westbury B1:03 Dr David Wood B1:13 Dr Oleg Zaboronski B2:22 Ms:07 Prof. Daniel Kral B2.19 Dr Charo del Genio D2.11 Prof. Charles Elliott D2:04 Mrs Andrea Humber B0

Burton, Geoffrey R.

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Dr Nicholas Jackson Dr John Moody  

E-print Network

van den Berg SB Dr Colm Connaughton D2:10 Prof. John Cremona C2:21 Dr Adam Epstein C2:24 Prof. Vassili Daniel Ueltschi B2:21 Dr Bruce Westbury B1:03 Dr David Wood B1:13 Dr Oleg Zaboronski B2:22 Ms Annette:08 Professor Keith Ball D2:07 Dr Andreas Dedner C2:07 Prof. Daniel Kral B2.19 Dr Charo del Genio D2.11 Prof

Burton, Geoffrey R.

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun with Dr. Christian Barnard.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Christian Barnard Tours Marshall Space Flight Center. Shown in Dr. Von Braun's office are (left to right): Dr. Ernst Sthulinger, a representative from General Electric, Dr. Wernher Von Braun, Dr. Christian Barnard, and Dr. Eberhard Rees.

1999-01-01

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Sankalya Ambaaspitilya Dr. Randall Jeter  

E-print Network

Ememring Dr. Kenneth Schmidt Lauren Eveland Dr. William Resetarits Elizabeth Farley-Dawson Dr. Kenneth Tirhas Hailu Dr. Randall Jeter John Harting Dr. Sean Rice Lucas Heintzman Dr. Nancy McIntyre Hemlata Zak Amy Kuczynski Dr. Kenneth Schmidt Russell Lackey Dr. Dylan Schwilk Nancy Layland Dr. Paxton Payton

Rock, Chris

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DR. CANDY FELLER & DR. DONNA DEVLIN  

E-print Network

a DR. CANDY FELLER & DR. DONNA DEVLIN Smithsonian Environmental Research Center & FAU Harbor Branch by a meet-the-speaker reception 5600 US 1 North · Fort Pierce · (772) 242-2506 · www.fau.edu/hboi JAN 29 FEB GILMORE Estuarine, Coastal and Ocean Science, Inc. Global Centers of Biodiversity FEB 19 a DR. MINGSHUN

Fernandez, Eduardo

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Dr. Elizabeth Cherry Assistant Professor  

E-print Network

Dr. Elizabeth Cherry Assistant Professor School of Mathematical Sciences RIT Dr. Elizabeth Cherry of Mathematical Sciences at RIT. Dr. Cherry's research interests include mathematical physiology, nonlinear dynamics, and computational methods for partial differential equations. Dr. Cherry is presently working

Zanibbi, Richard

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Dr. Martin Luther King  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Dr. Martin Luther King shared his insight, goals, and knowledge with the American people. Use this information to learn more about him as we honor Dr. Martin Luther King and the dreams he had for achieving equality for all Americans. Hello 4D! Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Day by learning more about him and what he did to help Americans achieve their goals. As you do your work and review the documents and answer this question- How did Dr. Martin Luther King change society? Please complete Steps 1 and 2. Step 1 1. ...

Mrs. Flagg

2011-12-10

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Thomas Paine, Deputy Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, examines an ordinary man's shoe outfitted for use in the Saturn I workshop. Pictured from the left in the Saturn I workshop mockup are William Brooksbank, propulsion and vehicle engineering laboratory; Dr. Paine; Dr. Wernher Von Braun, Marshall Center director; Colonel Clare F. Farley, Executive Officer in the Office Of The Administrator; and Charles J. Donlan, Deputy Associate Administrator for Manned Space Flight, Technical. the shoe Dr. Paine is holding has a unique fastener built into the sole to allow an astronaut to move about on the workshop floor and to remain in one position if he desires.

1999-01-01

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Physics & Astronomy Dr. Donald Luttermoser  

E-print Network

Physics & Astronomy Dr. Donald Luttermoser Women's Studies Dr. Karen Cajka Philosophy & Humanities Constance Vannoy Art & Design* Prof. Catherine Murray Criminal Justice & Criminology* Dr. John Whitehead Environmental Studies** Dr. Kevin O'Donnell Communication* Dr. Amber Kinser Theatre & Dance Prof. Patrick Cronin

Karsai, Istvan

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Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Wild Dr. Silke Schworm  

E-print Network

Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Wild Dr. Silke Schworm Stephanie Hiltmann, M. A. Dipl.-P√§d. Magdalena W√ľrfl Schritten Prof. Dr. K.-P. Wild #12;Sekretariat des Lehrstuhls Prof. Wild Prof. Dr. K.-P. Wild #12;silke.schworm@paedagogik.uni-r.de Dr. Silke Schworm klaus-peter.wild@paedagogik.uni-r.de Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Wild stephanie

Schubart, Christoph

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Wernher Von Braun (left) and Fred W. Kelley examine a ST-100 Stellar Instrument Platform in the astrionics lab. Dr. Von Braun, then deputy associate administrator for planning, NASA, was visiting on the anniversary of the establishment of the Marshall Space Flight Center.

1999-01-01

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Shown viewing the Apollo telescope mockup are, from left to right, Charles Donlan, deputy associate administrator for manned space flight; Dr. Wernher Von Braun, Marshall Space Flight Center director; William Horton, astrionics lab; Dr. Thomas Paine, NASA deputy administrator; Warner Kuers, director of the ME lab.

1999-01-01

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Dr. Paula Johnson  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Dr. Paula Johnson is a women's health specialist and a pioneer in the treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease. She conceived of and developed one of the first facilities in the country to focus on heart disease in women.

National Institute of Health

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Cryptography Dr. Ahmad Almulhem  

E-print Network

Cryptography Dr. Ahmad Almulhem Computer Engineering Department, KFUPM Spring 2008 Ahmad Almulhem - Network Security Engineering - 2008 1 / 84 #12;Outline Cryptography Cryptosystem Attacks Part I Overview Ahmad Almulhem - Network Security Engineering - 2008 2 / 84 #12;Outline Cryptography Cryptosystem

Almulhem, Ahmad

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Wernher Von Braun (right), Deputy Associate Administrator for planning, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, inspects the mockup of the Saturn Workshop during a visit marking the 10th anniversary of the Marshall Center. Shown with Dr. Von Braun, from left to right, are Karl Heimburg, Director of the astronautics lab; Herman K. Weidner, Director of Science and Engineering, and George Hardy of the Astronautics lab.

1999-01-01

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Wernher Von Braun (right), Deputy Associate Administrator for Planning, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, inspects the mockup of the Saturn Workshop during a visit marking the 10th anniversary of the Marshall Center. Shown with Dr. Von Braun, from left to right, are Karl Heimburg, Director of the Astronautics Lab; Herman K. Weidner, Director of Science and Engineering, and George Hardy of the Astronautics Lab.

1999-01-01

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Dr. MegaVolt  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This website contains information about Tesla coil demonstrations by particle physicist Austin Richards--Dr. MegaVolt--who performs wearing a metal suit that protects him from the multi-kilovolt electrostatic potentials. The gallery provides videos and images from Dr. MegaVolt demonstrations. An explanation of the physics of the Tesla coil is supplied along with information about the development of the suit.

2008-03-10

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Dissecting DR3 signaling.  

PubMed

Receptor signaling can be evaluated in multiple ways, including analysis of phosphorylation of downstream molecules and analysis of proteins that are recruited to the receptor upon ligand binding. Majority of studies on the mechanism of DR3 signaling were performed using overexpression systems that can often lead to artifacts. In this chapter we describe how to analyze DR3 downstream events with most attention being paid to endogenous immunoprecipitation. PMID:24788169

Pobezinskaya, Yelena L; Liu, Zhenggang; Choksi, Swati

2014-01-01

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1. View of three detection radar (DR) antennas. DR 1 ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

1. View of three detection radar (DR) antennas. DR 1 (structure no. 735) on left, DR 2 (structure no. 736) in center, and DR 3 (structure no. 737) looking north 30 degrees west, with tracking radar (large radome) and satcom (satellite communication) system in small radome in view between DR 2 and DR 3 antennae. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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Dr. Wernher von Braun  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. von Braun is looking out from a 10th floor window of building 4200 at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). He was the first Center Director and served as the Director from July 1960 through February 1970. Following World War II, Dr. von Braun and his German colleagues arrived in the United States under the Project Paperclip (American acquisition of German rocket experts) to continue their rocket development work. In 1950, von Braun and his German Rocket Team (also called the Peenemuende Team) were transferred from Ft. Bliss, Texas to Huntsville, Alabama to work for the Army's rocket program at Redstone Arsenal and later, NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). Under Dr. von Braun's leadership, MSFC developed the Saturn V launch vehicle, which placed the first men, two American astronauts, on the Moon. Wernher von Braun's life was dedicated to expanding man's knowledge through the exploration of space.

2004-01-01

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DrRacket  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

DrRacket, formerly known as DrScheme, is a free downloadable program development environment designed for beginning programmers (although it includes libraries useful to more advanced programmers, e.g. XML, CGI scripting, web server, client/server computing, graphics and GUI, etc.) It implements and enforces several pedagogical subsets of the Scheme language, as well as the full standard Scheme language and extensions. It has been used successfully with students from middle school through upper-level undergraduate by choosing appropriate libraries.

Plt

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Dr. Goddard Transports Rocket  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Robert H. Goddard tows his rocket to the launching tower behind a Model A Ford truck, 15 miles northwest of Roswell, New Mexico. 1930- 1932. Dr. Goddard has been recognized as the 'Father of American Rocketry' and as one of three pioneers in the theoretical exploration of space. Robert Hutchings Goddard was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, on October 15, 1882. He was a theoretical scientist as well as a practical engineer. His dream was the conquest of the upper atmosphere and ultimately space through the use of rocket propulsion. Dr. Goddard, who died in 1945, was probably as responsible for the dawning of the Space Age as the Wright Brothers were for the begining of the Air Age. Yet his work attracted little serious attention during his lifetime. When the United States began to prepare for the conquest of space in the 1950's, American rocket scientists began to recognize the debt owed to the New England professor. They discovered that it was virtually impossible to construct a rocket or launch a satellite without acknowledging the work of Dr. Goddard. This great legacy was covered by more than 200 patents, many of which were issued after his death.

1974-01-01

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Dr. Harold Varmus: Closing Remarks  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Harold Varmus delivers closing remarks at Cancer Epidemiology: From Pedigrees to Populations, a scientific symposium honoring 50 years of visionary leadership by Dr. Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., hosted by NCIís Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG).

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Dr. Michael Thun: Closing Remarks  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Michael Thun delivered closing remarks at Cancer Epidemiology: From Pedigrees to Populations, a scientific symposium honoring 50 years of visionary leadership by Dr. Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., hosted by NCIís Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG).

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Dr. Joseph Fraumeni: Closing Remarks  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Joseph Fraumeni and Dr. Stephen Chanock deliver closing remarks at Cancer Epidemiology: From Pedigrees to Populations, a scientific symposium honoring 50 years of visionary leadership by Dr. Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., hosted by NCIís Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG).

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Dr. Stephen Toope President & Vice  

E-print Network

Faculty of Management Dr. Wisdom Tettey Dean Faculty of Creative & Critical Studies Dr. Lynn Bosetti Dean & Classroom Services Dr. Peter Arthur Director Centre for Teaching & Learning Melody Burton Chief Librarian Fred Vogt Deputy Registrar Enrolment Services Linda Conrad Manager Student Financial Assistance

Handy, Todd C.

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Dr. Beverly Adams ZCDH (Zone Clinical Department  

E-print Network

. Suparna Madan Section Chief Geriatrics Dr. H. Bawa Geriatric Inpatient PLC & Sunridge Dr. J. deVries Geriatric Rehab and Recovery Dr. J. deVries Severe and Persistent Team Dr. J. Mew Geriatric Mental Health Day Treatment Services Dr. J. Ryan Geriatrics Inpatient Unit 48 Dr. K. Anderson Geriatric Mental

Habib, Ayman

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Dr. Walter Lindley Scrapbooks  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Living in Los Angeles during the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, Dr. Walter Lindley was privy to many interesting changes throughout the region. Dr. Lindley created 33 scrapbooks from 1861 to 1922 and they document everything from his candidacy for mayor of Los Angeles to his work in founding a tuberculosis sanitarium in Idyllwild. The scrapbooks include newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and booklets related to his many interests. Created by the Honnold/Mudd Library for The Claremont Colleges, this digital collection allows users to peer into selections from these fascinating scrapbooks. Currently, visitors can look at three of the scrapbook series, and the others will be digitized over time. Visitors can use the search feature here, which can be used to look around by subject, or they may just wish to type in various terms.

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Dr. Yoram Tal ! " # $ % $ # & ' ( ) 0 %  

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2 3 Dr. Yoram Tal ! " # $ % $ # & ' ( ) 0 % 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 Visualization (human) Enhancement:///D|/Courses/Image/Introductions/illusions/illusions.html[11/3/2011 8:52:46 AM] In black you can read the word GOOD, in white the word EVIL (inside each black can't exist without evil (or the absence of good is evil). Now, what do you see? You may not see

Turkel, Eli

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OF LEARNING TECHNOLOGY DR  

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3 PAHLL PANTH DARRAG H STREET APARTM ENTS 2ND AVE TECHNOLOGY DR CMRI BRIDGESIDE 2 BIOTECH BRIDGESIDE L L L L L L L 10 11 L 9 12 13 L L L L L L L L L L L L 15 16 14 X 40A BIOTECH VIA BATES/KENNETT SQUARE40A BIOTECH VIA BATES/KENNETT SQUARE 25A LibrAry resource FAciLity viA Penn Avenue Monday through

Sibille, Etienne

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Dr. Timothy Hammond  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Timothy G. Hammond of the Department of Internal Medicine, Nephrology Section, Tulane University Medical Center, New Orleans, LA, is one of NASA's principal investigators conducting research with the NASA Bioreactor project directed by Johrnson Space Center. Hammond's investigations include Production of 1-25- diOH D3 by Renal Epithelial Cells in Simulated Microgravity Culture and Differentiation of Cultured Normal Human Renal Epithelial Cells in Microgravity. Photo credit: Tulane University.

2001-01-01

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Dr. Barbara Campbell  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This Clemson University Biological Sciences faculty page features Dr. Barbara Campbell, an Assistant Professor involved in several projects studying the metabolic potential of mixed microbial communities at deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Projects include a metagenomics approach to understanding the relationship of a mixed episymbiont community associated with the hydrothermal vent annelid, Alvinella pompejana; characterizing the chemoautotrophic potentials of uncultured bacteria from deep-sea hydrothermal vents; and the whole genome sequencing of a dominant type of chemoautotroph found at deep-sea hydrothermal vents. The web page includes information about collaborative research, a list of selected publications, and links related to her projects.

Campbell, Barbara; University, Clemson

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Dr. Michael Gottesman: Closing Remarks  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Michael Gottesman of the National Cancer Institute delivers closing remarks at Cancer Epidemiology: From Pedigrees to Populations, a scientific symposium honoring 50 years of visionary leadership by Dr. Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., hosted by NCIís Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG).

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CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. Evans Mutegi  

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, Ohio State University (OSU), USA Office Tel: 6142928433 Email: mutegi.1@osu.edu AREAS OF RESEARCH 2012 to date: Postdoctoral Research Associate/Lab manager ­ Dr. Allison Snow Lab, EEOB, OSU · Manages and assists them in their research. Feb 2010 ­ March 2012: Visiting Scientist/Postdoctoral Researcher Dr

Snow, Allison A.

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Internship EPA Dr. Rik Reussing  

E-print Network

Internship EPA Dr. Rik Reussing Dr. Jörgen Svensson #12;Intro OPTIONS IN THE FIFTH SEMESTER - EXCHANGE PROGRAMME (30 EC) - INTERNSHIP (15 EC OR 30 EC) - ELECTIVES in TWENTE (15 EC OR 30 EC) * HTHT-modules * Modules of other programmes (30 EC module International Development, with an internship of 15 EC

Twente, Universiteit

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Doctors and dr. Seuss.  

PubMed

In 2012, Dartmouth College renamed its medical school, founded in 1797, the Audrey and Theodor Geisel School of Medicine. Using the renaming of the medical school of Dartmouth College as a foil, I offer in this article a vision of what it might mean to align Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, with doctors by examining Geisel's You're Only Old Once! A Book for Obsolete Children. In this article, I derive four critiques of modern medicine from the book and offer four strategies as to how these critiques could be explored in medical education. If You're Only Old Once! is read as a pathography, I argue that it can be used as a resource for medical education. PMID:25473864

Carlin, Nathan

2015-01-01

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5. View of middle DR 2 antenna with DR 1 ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

5. View of middle DR 2 antenna with DR 1 antenna in background. Photograph shows on left side at bottom foundation berm and along right side bottom stanchion concrete foundations at bottom structural steel assembly. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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Dr. Mohan Ramamurthy Director, Unidata  

E-print Network

forecasting for 25 years. His current interests are focused on information technology, interactive-multimedia, information technology, and geoscience education. Dr. Ramamurthy joined UCAR in 2003 after spending nearly 17

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Anonymous Donor Dr. Sara Abosch  

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Dasgupta, Dipankar

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25 Year Medallion Dr Avery Andrews  

E-print Network

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Botea, Adi

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Organisation charts hoofddirecteur: dr. ir. F.J.J. Brouwer  

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General: dr. ir. F.J.J. Brouwer Weather Service dr. R. den Besten Product en Process Innovation dr. J.J. Feijt Seismology dr. B. Dost Product en Process Innovation dr. J. Verbeek Research and Development dr. G Process Management P.H. van Noort Stakeholder and Contract Management Chemistry and Climate dr. P.F.J. van

Haak, Hein

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Zone Clinical Department Head Dr. G. MacQueen  

E-print Network

­ Dr. A. Rahman Section Chief Child & Adolescents Dr. Rahman (Acting) ACH ADHD Clinic Dr. Farrelly ACH&A Acute Care Serv & Children's Day Treatment Program Dr. Waheed ACH Mood & Anxiety Clinic Dr. Rodway Young Inpatient Unit 48 Dr. Ryan Psychiatry Medical Education PGME Director (Acting) - Dr. Jordan Cohen UME

Calgary, University of

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Dr. John Richardson: Arctic Doctor  

PubMed Central

Dr. John Richardson was foremost among a special breed of men, the surgeon-naturalists, one of whom accompanied every exploration party sent out by Great Britain. In addition to performing medical duties, the surgeon-naturalist was expected to identify and collect specimens of plants, animals, and rocks. Dr. Richardson was a member of two of the arctic expeditions led by Sir John Franklin, and participated in the search for the long-overdue third Franklin expedition. ImagesFigure 1 PMID:21253036

Houston, C. Stuart

1988-01-01

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FOREWORD: Dr Trevor J Hicks Dr Trevor J Hicks  

Microsoft Academic Search

This issue of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter has been assembled to recognize the valuable contribution of Dr Trevor J Hicks to the field of neutron scattering and magnetism. Trevor began his study of magnetism as a PhD student at Monash University in Melbourne in the early 1960s, working with Professor Jack Smith. From the very beginning magnetism in alloys,

Darren Goossens

2009-01-01

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Aquarium Setup and Maintainence1 Dr. Ruth Francis-Floyd, DVM; Dr. Allen Riggs, DVM; Dr. Roy Yanong, DVM2  

E-print Network

VM144 Aquarium Setup and Maintainence1 Dr. Ruth Francis-Floyd, DVM; Dr. Allen Riggs, DVM; Dr. Roy/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences/University of Florida/Christine Taylor Waddill, Dean. An aquarium can be maintained over an extended period of time. Aquariums vary tremendously in size and design. They can

Watson, Craig A.

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Forschungsprofil Prof. Dr. Axel Gro  

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Forschungsprofil Prof. Dr. Axel Gro√? Institut f√ľr Theoretische Chemie Universit√§t Ulm 1 Wissenschaftlicher Angestellter in der Abteilung Theorie des Fritz- Haber-Instituts der Max Relevante Ver√∂ffentlichungen aus den vergangenen f√ľnf Jahren 1. Axel Gro√? and Arezoo Dianat, Hydrogen

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Forschungsprofil Prof. Dr. Axel Gro  

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Forschungsprofil Prof. Dr. Axel Gro√? Institut f√ľr Theoretische Chemie Universit√§t Ulm 1 Wissenschaftlicher Angestellter in der Abteilung Theorie des Fritz- Haber-Instituts der Max of supported metal clusters: Pdn on Au(111), Surf. Sci. 559, L180-L186 (2004). 2. Sung Sakong and Axel Gro√?

Pfeifer, Holger

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Dr. Brian Tomaszewski Assistant Professor  

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on numerous academic research projects involving partnerships with corporate, government, and non Dr. Tomaszewski is a Geographic Information Scientist whose research interests in the domains for Space- based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response group (UN-SPIDER) developing web

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presented by Dr Toms Paus  

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Neuroscience Rotman Research Institute Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care Dr Paus is the Anne and Max Tanenbaum Professor and Chair of Population Neuroscience at the Rotman of white matter (axon rather than myelin) during male puberty, effects of maternal smoking during pregnancy

MacMillan, Andrew

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Dr. William Donaldson  

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Dr. William Donaldson TW 654, 288-7374, William.Donaldson@mu.edu Prerequisites: Chem 2111/2113 or 2112/2114 Research Interests: Organic chemistry; Use of organo­iron complexes Interests: Organic supramolecular chemistry; Preparation of electroactive organic materials for molecular

Reid, Scott A.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER Dr. Don Sparks  

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Sciences Director, Center for Critical Zone Research University of Delaware Title of Presentation: Shining Light on Biogeochemical Processes in the Earth's Critical Zone! Dr. Sparks is internationally recognized) to determine the forms (species) of the metals and nutrients in the soil at the molecular scale

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Taking Cisco Dr Lloyd Wood  

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Taking Cisco to space Dr Lloyd Wood Cisco Systems space team Global Government Solutions Group (GGSG) Cisco Forum 2009 Zakopane, Poland 26 March 2009 #12;Taking Cisco to space 2Cisco Public A space;Taking Cisco to space 3Cisco Public Steps in taking Cisco into spaceSteps in taking Cisco into space

Wood, Lloyd

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Dr. Ivette Perfecto Curriculum Vitae  

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of Tropical Rain Forests," which is part of a research expedition to examine the regeneration of the rain1 Dr. Ivette Perfecto Curriculum Vitae School of Natural Resources and Environment The University@umich.edu Education 1989 Ph.D., Ecology and Natural Resources, University of Michigan 1982 M.S., Biology, University

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Robert Prior Dr. Jonathan Simon  

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Robert Prior ENEE 499 Advisor: Dr. Jonathan Simon Using PCA to Remove Biological Noise from MEG without bulky and expensive shielding (de Cheveigné and Simon, 2006). However, biological noise noise sources as well, further expanding its potential as an analysis tool. Methodology: Denoising

Simon, Jonathan Z.

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CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. Mutegi Evans  

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-292-8433, Cell. 614-589-8071 Email: evans.1559@osu.edu AREAS OF RESEARCH Population genetics Conservation genetics Biotechnology risk assessment WORK EXPERIENCE April 2012 to date: Post-doctoral Researcher ­ Dr and graduate students and assists them in their research. Manages molecular lab and maintains laboratory group

Snow, Allison A.

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Course Evaluation Dr. Colin Laroque  

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looked like in real life. Best teacher ever! Very fair and clear with what he expects from you on exams to suit. It's awesome! The class is awesome and Dr. Laroque is actually the best teacher I've ever had teacher ever. He can make not so interesting subjects fun and exciting. He is very approachable. He

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Dr. Pribut's Running Injuries Page  

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Dr. Pribut's Running and Sports Injuries: A Web Hypertext presents a variety of lower extremity running injuries and both self treatment and office treatment. Also running physiology and how to stay out of the doctor's office. Links to other sports areas are also available.

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Alpine Tetra Ski Advisor: Dr. Andrew Merryweather  

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Alpine Tetra Ski Advisor: Dr. Andrew Merryweather Sponsor: Dr. Jeffrey and Joys;ck into Alpine Tetra Ski Result: Persons with varying severity of tetraplegia will be able to use the Alpine Tetra Ski 3 ­ Improve upon

Provancher, William

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Dr. Francis Collins Is New NIH Director  

MedlinePLUS

... Current Issue Past Issues Dr. Francis Collins Is New NIH Director Past Issues / Summer 2009 Table of ... of this page please turn Javascript on. The new NIH Director, Dr. Francis Collins, served as Director ...

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Veterinary Report Spring 2005 Dr. Daniel Rock,  

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Veterinary Report · Spring 2005 q Dr. Daniel Rock, an expert in viral disease research, came aboard as head of the Department of Veterinary Pathobi- ology on March 28. Dr. Rock was formerly research leader biomedi- cal science." Dr. Rock believes the College is well posi- tioned to lead in the area

Gilbert, Matthew

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Serial Numberclass ID Last Name First name Dr. Advisor_Family Name 1 Med. II 200802273 Abdel Massih Sarah Dr. Abchee  

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Ahmad Dr. Bikhazi 13 Med. II 200800283 Alameddine Reina Dr. Bitar 14 Med. II 201110292 Amer Ahmed Dr Marie Therese Dr. Rubeiz 49 Med. II 200803951 Houhou Rana Dr. Saab 50 Med. II 200802857 Hout Mohammad Dr

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Dr. Hugh L. Dryden - portrait  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Hugh Latimer Dryden, had many titles after his name in his lifetime. In 1949 he became the director of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). Dr. Dryden received many accolades and awards both during his life and after his death, but the greatest and most appropriate honor came on March 26, 1976, when NASA renamed the NASA Flight Research Center as the NASA Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center. At the dedication ceremony NASA Administrator James C. Fletcher stated: 'in 1924, when the fastest racing planes did well to fly at 280 m.p.h., Dryden was already probing the transonic range of . . . flight. Later in the 1920s, he sought to develop methods of accurately measuring . . . turbulence in wind tunnels. In 1938 he was the first American to deliver the Wright Brothers lecture. His 'Turbulence and the Boundary Layer' became a classic summary on the subject. It is most fitting that this Flight Research Center, with its unique and highly specialized capability for solving aerospace problems, should memorialize the genius of Hugh Dryden.' Dr. Dryden was initially an aerodynamicist with the National Bureau of Standards. He did important early work in high-speed aerodynamics. In 1947 he became the director of aeronautical research for the NACA (a predecessor of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration). Two years later, he became NACA's director, a position he held until 1958 when he became deputy administrator of NASA.

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class ID Last Name First name Dr. Advisor_Family Name 1 Med. III 200600153 Abboud Abdallah Dr. Bitar  

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. Bitar 2 Med. III 200702565 Abdul Malak Othman Dr. Abchee 3 Med. III 201010045 Abi Nader Ray Dr. Abi Saad. III 200702405 Aoun Reem Dr. Bitar 15 Med. III 201010165 Artail Ali Dr. Bou Akl 16 Med. III 201010014 Bassil Guillaume Dr. Charafeddine 19 Med. III 200701359 Bitar Mohamad Dr. Kharfan-Dabaja 20 Med. III

Shihadeh, Alan

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FOREWORD: Dr Trevor J Hicks Dr Trevor J Hicks  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This issue of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter has been assembled to recognize the valuable contribution of Dr Trevor J Hicks to the field of neutron scattering and magnetism. Trevor began his study of magnetism as a PhD student at Monash University in Melbourne in the early 1960s, working with Professor Jack Smith. From the very beginning magnetism in alloys, and disordered systems in general, became a key aspect of his career. After a postdoctoral position at Harwell working with Dr Graeme Low Trevor returned to Australia and took up a position with Monash. He soon became a key figure in developing the capability for neutron scattering using the HIFAR reactor at the Australian Atomic Energy Commission, now the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, ANSTO. The instrumentation was always developed to further his studies of magnetism. The development of polarization analysis measurements of diffuse magnetic scattering, first using iron filters and then his own design of supermirror benders for beam polarization, took place through the 1970s, 1980s and into the 1990s. Throughout this time, Trevor mentored a series of PhD students and postdoctoral fellows, many of whom have contributed to this issue (and, indeed, guest edited it). As befits a scientist and university academic for whom teaching has always been important, Trevor has not only created a strong body of significant research, he has also made a major contribution to preparing several generations of neutron scattering scientists, and this issue reflects that. When I approached Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter with a proposal for an issue in honour of Trevor, the response was immediate and positive. It is with great pleasure that I present the result of that proposal. The great diversity of the content, all centred on neutron scattering and magnetism, reflects the breadth of Trevor's own career and of the scientists with whom he has interacted. Finally, I would like to make some acknowledgments. I would like to thank the authors of these papers, Dr Dennis Mather of the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering for his encouragement and support, and the reviewers who have taken the time to read and comment on these papers. I would also like to acknowledge the editorial staff of Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, particularly Dr Richard Palmer (now retired). They made the editing of this issue a simple and enjoyable process, for me if not for them!

Goossens, Darren

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The emplacement and deformation of rheomorphic ignimbrites Supervisors: Dr. David Brown and Dr. Daniel Koehn  

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The emplacement and deformation of rheomorphic ignimbrites Supervisors: Dr. David Brown and Dr. Daniel Koehn Ignimbrite-forming pyroclastic eruptions were traditionally thought to involve collapsed and generated pyroclastic density currents from which ignimbrites were deposited. We now

Guo, Zaoyang

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Nome Inscrio ABRAO MERIJ NETO 395  

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BASTOS 312 ALEX PE√?A DUR√ĀN 514 ALINE AMORIM DE ALMEIDA 1300 ALINE GOMES TRUPPEL DUARTE 164 ALLAN CORR√?A DE NEGRI 1023 AMANDA CAPUCHO DOS SANTOS 919 AMANDA LEONEL NASCIMENTO 940 ANA CLAUDIA DE GODOY CURRO AMORIM 749 BRUNO BEOLCHI REY ALVAREZ 186 BRUNO CATANZARO PEROSA 685 BRUNO EST√?FANO F√?LIX 491 BRUNO FONTES

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Interview with Dr. Charley Zeanah  

PubMed Central

Dr. Charles Zeanah is the Mary K. Sellars-Polchow Chair in Psychiatry, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Vice Chair for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He is also Executive Director of the Institute for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health at Tulane. He is the recipient of multiple awards including the Irving Phillips Award for Prevention, (AACAP), the Presidential Citation for Distinguished Research and Leadership in Infant Mental Health (American Orthopsychiatric Association), the Sarah Haley Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence (International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies), the Blanche F. Ittelson Award for Research in Child Psychiatry (APA), and the Serge Lebovici Award for International Contributions in Infant Mental Health (World Association for Infant Mental Health). Dr. Zeanah is a Distinguished Fellow of AACAP, a Distinguished Fellow of the APA and a Board Member of Zero to Three. He is the Editor of Handbook of Infant Mental Health (3rd edition) considered as the state of the art textbook and standard reference in the field of Infant Mental Health. PMID:23667354

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Prof. Dr. Ir. Joost-Pieter Katoen Prof. em. Dr. Klaus Indermark  

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Staff · Faculty Prof. Dr. Ir. Joost-Pieter Katoen Prof. em. Dr. Klaus Indermark AOR Priv.-Doz. Dr Chakraborty (IIT Delhi, India) Taolue Chen (University of Oxford, UK) Andreas Classen (University of Namur, B success both scientifically as well as socially. #12;Other highlights during 2011: - Joost-Pieter Katoen

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Prof. Dr. Ir. Joost-Pieter Katoen Prof. em. Dr. Klaus Indermark  

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Staff ¬∑ Faculty Prof. Dr. Ir. Joost-Pieter Katoen Prof. em. Dr. Klaus Indermark apl. Prof. Dr Bundeswehr M√ľnchen, GER) B. Srivathsan (LaBRI, Bordeaux, FRA) Daniel Stan (ENS Cachan, FRA) Gerjan Stokkink of post-doctoral research. Dino Distefano was one of the first PhD stu- dents supervised by Joost

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A Fuzzy Sets approach to New Product Portfolio Management Dr. N. Bilalis D. Lolos Dr. A. Antoniadis Dr. D. Emiris  

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: Selecting R&D projects, qualitative criteria, fuzzy sets, portfolio management, new product development. IA Fuzzy Sets approach to New Product Portfolio Management Dr. N. Bilalis D. Lolos Dr. A. Antoniadis technology firm is very important. A lot of them quite often do not lead to new products as management did

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun at a picnic.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Wernher Von Braun, director of the Marshall Space Flight Center, stakes claim to a table for the picnic celebrating man's first lunar landing. With Dr. Von Braun are his wife, Maria (seated, right), and son, Peter (back to camera). His daughter, Margrit, was also present, but is hidden from view by friends in this view.

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun greeting dignitaries.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Wernher Von Braun, left, greets vice president Spiro T. Agnew in the Launch Control Center for the Apollo 14 mission. Between Dr. Von Braun and Mr. Agnew are their Royal Highnesses, The Prince and Princess of Spain. The royal visitors greeted the launch control team in th enter after the launch of Apollo 14.

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Bacteria Fate and Movement Dr. Claire Baffaut  

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Bacteria Fate and Movement Dr. Claire Baffaut Dr. Jeff Arnold And John Schumacher #12;Foliar Application Die-off/Re-growth Washoff Infiltration Leaching Runoff Surface Application Bacteria Fate Die-off/Re-growth Die-off/Re-growth #12;Movement in runoff and leaching On plants Bact_Plt = GC*Bact_App Bacteria

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April 26, 2007 Dr. Don Wayne  

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April 26, 2007 Dr. Don Wayne Dr. Cedric Garland Lucinda Rubio-Barrick Subject: Indoor Environment. Report of microscopic examination of dust found on one surface in one room: fibers, pollen grains, spores. Measurements: Air Samples Particulate air samples were assessed indoors on April 3, 2007 and the results were

Krstic, Miroslav

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Carpe Diem! Prof. Dr. Stefan Krauter  

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¬ĽCarpe Diem!¬ę Prof. Dr. Stefan Krauter Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin AG 33 ¬ĽDamals wurden wir noch-Nachhaltigkeit eher Foto:TUPressestelle/Dahl #12;34 35 zur person Prof. Dr. Stefan Krauter motto ¬ĽCarpe Diem!¬ę mein

Wichmann, Felix

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Dr. Ibrahim Badran Amman, Jordan June,2008  

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1 Dr. Ibrahim Badran (C.V.) Amman, Jordan June,2008 #12;2 Dr. Ibrahim Badran 1- Present Posts University Amman ­ Jordan - Member of the Board of Trustees of the National Council for Family Affairs of Development in the Arab World Amman .1988 7- Energy in Jordan Amman ,1988 8- Nuclear Energy and The Chernobyl

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Dr Samuel Johnson's movement disorder.  

PubMed

Dr Samuel Johnson was noted by his friends to have almost constant tics and gesticulations, which startled those who met him for the first time. He also made noises and whistling sounds; he made repeated sounds and words and irregular or blowing respiratory noises. Further, he often carried out pronounced compulsive acts, such as touching posts, measuring his footsteps on leaving a room, and performing peculiar complex gestures and steps before crossing a threshold. His symptoms of (a) involuntary muscle jerking movements and complex motor acts, (b) involuntary vocalisation, and (c) compulsive actions constitute the symptom complex of Gilles de la Tourette syndrome (Tourette's syndrome), from which Johnson suffered most of his life. This syndrome is of increasing interest recently because it responds to haloperidol, and because there are new insights into a possible biochemical basis for the tics, vocalisations, and compulsions. PMID:380753

Murray, T J

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Dr. Seuss Went to War  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Between 1941 and 1943, Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) was the chief editorial cartoonist for the New York newspaper PM (1940-1948), penning over 400 editorial cartoons that commented first on American neutrality and then involvement in the Second World War. The entire collection of these cartoons (original drawings and/or newspaper clippings) is held by the Mandeville Special Collections Library at the University of California, San Diego. While the 1999 book Dr. Seuss Went to War reproduced 200 of these cartoons, the remaining half have not been published or studied since their original appearance. This amazing collection has now been placed online and is browseable by year, month, and day. Subject term browsing will be available in the future. The cartoons are presented as large thumbnails which link to a full-sized image presented in an unfortunately cramped frame. The cartoons comment on a wide variety of topics, including war preparedness, domestic politics, and isolationism, with particular criticism for the US Congress and Americans not prepared to sacrifice for the war effort. Caricatures of the Axis nations, especially the Japanese, reflect contemporaneous stereotypes. Drawn in characteristic Seuss style, with many creatures familiar to fans of his best-known work, these cartoons are both an excellent look into wartime US domestic politics and public opinion and clever, visually interesting cartoons in their own right. As an added bonus, the site also features some even rarer cartoons that Geisel drew for other publications and for war bond drives. This is simply an excellent resource for students, researchers, and any fan of Horton, the Grinch, the Lorax, and Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose.

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Keynote speakers: Dr. Elizabeth Allan, Professor of Higher Education Leadership,  

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Keynote speakers: Dr. Elizabeth Allan, Professor of Higher Education Leadership, University of Maine Dr. Dan Tillapaugh, Postdoctoral Fellow in Higher Education, University of Maine Panelists: D Director, Higher Education Graduate Program, Merrimack College Dr. Brian Reed, Assistant Dean

Thomas, Andrew

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school of public policy and administration Dr. Audrey Helfman Receives  

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1 school of public policy and administration Plus: Dr. Audrey Helfman Receives Teaching Award Dr Desegregation to Deregulation 4 Dr. Audrey Helfman Honored with Teaching Award 5 Leland Ware Presents Annual UD

Firestone, Jeremy

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Dr. Robert H. Goddard and His Rockets  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Robert H. Goddard and liquid oxygen-gasoline rocket in the frame from which it was fired on March 16, 1926, at Auburn, Mass. It flew for only 2.5 seconds, climbed 41 feet, and landed 184 feet away in a cabbage patch. From 1930 to 1941, Dr. Goddard made substantial progress in the development of progressively larger rockets, which attained altitudes of 2400 meters, and refined his equipment for guidance and control, his techniques of welding, and his insulation, pumps, and other associated equipment. In many respects, Dr. Goddard laid the essential foundations of practical rocket technology

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Conservation Ecology & Entomology Department Dr Pia Addison  

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Conservation Ecology & Entomology Department Dr Pia Addison My research is focussed on integrated pests, Ectomyelois ceratoniae. Affiliations Entomological Society of southern Africa (EntSoc) South African Society for Enology and Viticulture (SASEV) Assistant Editor for: African Entomology

Geldenhuys, Jaco

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Conservation Ecology & Entomology Department Dr Sonja Matthee  

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Conservation Ecology & Entomology Department Dr Sonja Matthee I completed my post graduate training Nkululeko Nyangiwe #12;Conservation Ecology & Entomology Department 8. Matthee, S., Horak, I.G., van der

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Table of Contents Dr. Sedgley 1  

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is the Application of ATP bioluminescence for quantification of plaque bacteria and assessment of oral hygiene of integrative biosciences, and Dr. Machida. (continued at right) The book chapter is Bioluminescent lux gene

Chapman, Michael S.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY Dr Gareth P. Harrison  

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RENEWABLE ENERGY Dr Gareth P. Harrison Institute for Energy Systems, School of Engineering & Electronics, University of Edinburgh, UK. ABSTRACT The expansion and commercialisation of renewable energy and deployment of renewable energy technologies can be made based on their environmental, sustainability

Harrison, Gareth

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Economics in Film Professors: Dr. Naphtali Hoffman  

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Economics in Film Professors: Dr. Naphtali Hoffman Office:LT 912 Office Phone: (607) 735 and housekeeping matters Reading: Becker, Gary S. "The Economic Way of Looking at Life" Nobel Lecture in Economics

Suzuki, Masatsugu

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Dr. Susan Prichard and Pine Beetles  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this video, scientist Dr. Susan Prichard discusses the impact of pine bark beetles on western forests, including information on how climate change, specifically rising temperatures, is exacerbating the problem.

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Dr. Robert H. Goddard and His Rocket  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Goddard rocket with four rocket motors. This rocket attained an altitude of 200 feet in a flight, November 1936, at Roswell, New Mexico. From 1930 to 1941, Dr. Goddard made substantial progress in the development of progressively larger rockets which attained altitudes of 2400 meters, and refined his equipment for guidance and control, his techniques of welding, and his insulation, pumps, and other associated equipment. In many respects, Dr. Goddard laid the essential foundations of practical rocket technology

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Dr. Robert H. Goddard and His Rocket  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Goddard rocket in launching tower at Roswell, New Mexico, March 21, 1940. Fuel was injected by pumps from the fueling platform at left. From 1930 to 1941, Dr. Goddard made substantial progress in the development of progressively larger rockets, which attained altitudes of 2400 meters, and refined his equipment for guidance and control, his techniques of welding, and his insulation, pumps, and other associated equipment. In many respects, Dr. Goddard laid the essential foundations of practical rocket technology

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Faces of GPM: Dr. Dalia Kirschbaum  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Research physical scientist, Dr. Dalia Kirschbaum, is featured in this short (~3 min.) video. Dr. Kirschbaum explains how the integration of her initial interest in math and her subsequent interest in the science of natural disasters lead to her career focus of landslide modeling. Now part of the NASA Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) team, she communicates about the GPM mission and data to the public and to others who use it in their work and/or research.

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Dr. von Braun With German Rocket Experimenters  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. von Braun was among a famous group of rocket experimenters in Germany in the 1930s. This photograph is believed to be made on the occasion of Herman Oberth's Kegelduese liquid rocket engine being certified as to performance during firing. From left to right are R. Nebel, Dr. Ritter, Mr. Baermueller, Kurt Heinish, Herman Oberth, Klaus Riedel, Wernher von Braun, and an unidentified person.

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OSU-N History Department Faculty: Dr. Russ Coil  

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History Dr. Dave Dzurec Colonial America and the Early American Republic Dr. Harding Ganz European: Ohio Center for History, Art, and Technology. Houses an art gallery, interurban car, woodshopOSU-N History Department Faculty: Dr. Russ Coil American History Dr. Alcira Due√Īas Latin American

Jones, Michelle

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Letter to Dr. Felix Bronner  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dear Dr. Bronner: I have been reading in The Physiologist the letters from senior physiologists for many years with great interest. It is impressive that many of the respondents are still pursuing scientific endeavours in their 70's and some even in their 80's. The interesting task is to ponder the relative causative proportions of heredity and environment responsible. One wonders whether knowing something about physiology engenders longer and more productive lives? I suspect so because of the accompanying self-discipline. But another factor would seem to be the pervasive joy of working in this profession. I have been fortunate to be able to acquire the joy of physiology during my graduate studies at Illinois, and to have been able to carry it over here at NASA, Ames Research Center for the past 40 years. A truly academic style research environment at a federal research center is rare. The trick to a joyous research career is to overcome those ever-present slings and arrows of outrageous fortune with dignity whenever possible. To that end I have found solace and guidance in reading the history of warfare and its leaders, especially Sun Tsu's The Art of War and Clauswitz's On War. I became eligible for retirement in 1993, but to insure domestic tranquility and also the joy of pursuing my research hobby have continued working in the laboratory on human research. It is troubling to see that funding for individual scientists conducting human research is declining rapidly, along with their new ideas; perhaps the old ones are more comfortable. Hopefully I can provide a similar response when I'm 80! Thanks for your interest. Sincerely, John Greenleaf

Greenleaf, John E.; Dalton, Bonnie (Technical Monitor)

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Dr. JOAN SCOTT Dr. Scott joined the faculty of Memorial University in 1970. She served the Department of Biology and  

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Dr. JOAN SCOTT Dr. Scott joined the faculty of Memorial University in 1970. She served the Department of Biology and Women's Studies until her retirement in 2001. Since her retirement, Dr. Scott has as a member of the MUN Pensions Committee. Dr. Scott contributes to the newsletter of the St. John's Status

deYoung, Brad

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Geophysical survey of 105-DR Pluto Crib, 116-DR-4, 100-D Area  

SciTech Connect

The objective of this Geophysical Survey was to verify the location of the 105-DR Pluto Crib, 116-DR-4. A surface monument currently marks its location. The crib is 10 feet by 10 feet and 15 feet deep. Ground-Penetrating Radar was the geophysical method selected to conduct the investigation.

Bergstrom, K.A.

1993-10-01

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Dr. Wernher von Braun and Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger Sign Citizenship Certificates  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The members of the Peenemuende team and their family members were awarded the United States citizenship on April 14, 1955. Pictured here is Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger (middle) and Dr. Wernher von Braun signing U.S. citizenship certificates. Martin Schilling is at left.

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The Next Generation Autonomous Lawn Mower Rand C. Chandler, Dr. A. Antonio Arroyo, Dr. Michael Nechyba,  

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. For example, if the vision system cannot identify an object but the infrared or sonar systems inform the mowerThe Next Generation Autonomous Lawn Mower Rand C. Chandler, Dr. A. Antonio Arroyo, Dr. Michael is to design an autonomous lawnmower that safely and effectively mows an area typical of a homeowner's yard

Schwartz, Eric M.

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Summer Term 05 Prof. Dr. Frank-Olaf Schreyer Dr. Timo von Oertzen  

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Summer Term 05 Prof. Dr. Frank-Olaf Schreyer Dr. Timo von Oertzen Computeralgebra Excercise 1 Please hand in until tuesday, 05/03/05 before the lecture. Excercise 2.1: Let a = 12. Show that 3a42 + 5a does not exceed 1000 feet. How long is Sesame Street? Excercise 2.3: (i) Let a = (a1, ..., an) and b

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Dr. Gilruth and Dr. Kraft in Mission Control Center during Apollo 5 launch  

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Dr. Rober R. Gilruth (right), Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) Director, sits with Dr. Christopher C. Kraft Jr., MSC Director of Flight Operations, at his flight operations director console in the Mission Control Center, bldg 30, during the Apollo 5 (LM-1/Saturn 204) unmanned space mission launch.

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HLA-DR antigen on human trophoblast.  

PubMed

To assess the presence of human leukocyte antigens (HLA) on first trimester human trophoblast cells, frozen sections of villous trophoblast and monolayer cultures of isolated cells from placental villi were prepared and exposed to a mouse monoclonal antibody directed against HLA-DR and then incubated with fluorescein-conjugated goat antimouse antibodies. Fluorescence microscopy demonstrated that HLA-DR antigens were present on only the small polygonal epithelioid cells of the monolayer culture. The crescentic staining pattern was consistent with widespread distribution of antigen on the cell membrane. There was no staining over giant multinucleated structures or on fibroblasts of such cell cultures. No HLA-DR was detected when this indirect immunofluorescent technique was applied to tissue sections of villous trophoblast. Existence of high concentrations of hCG in culture supernatants and coincident localization of both hCG and HLA-DR using antibodies conjugated with rhodamine or fluorescein on the polygonal epithelioid cells indicate the trophoblastic origin and expression of HLA-DR antigen under in vitro monolayer culture conditions. PMID:6349390

Brami, C J; Sanyal, M K; Dwyer, J M; Johnson, C C; Kohorn, E I; Naftolin, F

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Atomic and molecular outflow in DR 21  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Observations of the 21 cm H exp 0 line and of the J = 3-2 transition of HCO(+) in DR 21 are presented. The H exp 0 observations reveal a massive (24 solar-mass) jet which is redshifted by up to 90 km/s, with peak H exp 0 column density of 2 x 10 exp 21/sq cm. This jet is three orders of magnitude more massive than the H exp 0 wind seen in HH 7-11, and is capable of driving the molecular outflow in DR 21 in a momentum conserving interaction. A model is presented in which the H exp 0 jet is formed by recombination of an initially ionized outflow from DR 21.

Russell, A. P. G.; Bally, J.; Padman, R.; Hills, R. E.

1992-03-01

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Emission line variability of DR Tau  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Results of CCD observations of DR Tau which show emission line variability are presented. The time dependent variation of the H-beta line and its associated features observed on 1988 December 11 (upper part) and on December 12 (lower part) are illustrated. The present observations indicate that the time-dependent variation of DR Tau's emission line and the inverse P-Cygni absorption line cannot be readily explained by the simple models with gas contraction and gas ejection proposed in previous studies.

Isobe, Syuzo; Norimoto, Yuji; Kawakami, Hajime

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Combination of TRAIL with Bortezomib Shifted Apoptotic Signaling from DR4 to DR5 Death Receptor by Selective Internalization and Degradation of DR4  

PubMed Central

TRAIL (tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand) mediates apoptosis in cancer cells through death receptors DR4 and DR5 preferring often one receptor over another in the cells expressing both receptors. Receptor selective mutant variants of TRAIL and agonistic antibodies against DR4 and DR5 are highly promising anticancer agents. Here using DR5 specific mutant variant of TRAIL - DR5-B we have demonstrated for the first time that the sensitivity of cancer cells can be shifted from one TRAIL death receptor to another during co-treatment with anticancer drugs. First we have studied the contribution of DR4 and DR5 in HCT116 p53+/+ and HCT116 p53?/? cells and demonstrated that in HCT116 p53+/+ cells the both death receptors are involved in TRAIL-induced cell death while in HCT116 p53?/? cells prevailed DR4 signaling. The expression of death (DR4 and DR5) as well as decoy (DcR1 and DcR2) receptors was upregulated in the both cell lines either by TRAIL or by bortezomib. However, combined treatment of cells with two drugs induced strong time-dependent and p53-independent internalization and further lysosomal degradation of DR4 receptor. Interestingly DR5-B variant of TRAIL which do not bind with DR4 receptor also induced elimination of DR4 from cell surface in combination with bortezomib indicating the ligand-independent mechanism of the receptor internalization. Eliminatory internalization of DR4 resulted in activation of DR5 receptor thus DR4-dependent HCT116 p53?/? cells became highly sensitive to DR5-B in time-dependent manner. Internalization and degradation of DR4 receptor depended on activation of caspases as well as of lysosomal activity as it was completely inhibited by Z-VAD-FMK, E-64 and Baf-A1. In light of our findings, it is important to explore carefully which of the death receptors is active, when sensitizing drugs are combined with agonistic antibodies to the death receptors or receptor selective variants of TRAIL to enhance cancer treatment efficiency. PMID:25310712

Bychkov, Maxim L.; Gasparian, Marine E.; Dolgikh, Dmitry A.; Kirpichnikov, Mikhail P.

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Franklin College Awards Committee Nominations for 2014 Dr. William Finlay Sociology (Social & Behavioral)  

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Franklin College Awards Committee Nominations for 2014 Dr. William Finlay ­ Sociology (Social & Behavioral) Dr. Elizabeth Wright - Spanish and Romance Languages (Humanities) Dr. Mary A. Bedell ­ Genetics

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Dr. Jeffrey Doering, Professor/Chairperson  

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group was also treated to a tour of the UW Biotechnology Center by postdoctoral fellow and former Loyola. With the last of the funds for the program spent, Dr. Laten looks forward to the future of the REU pro- gram years." Should funding be secured, new cohorts of students will reap the benefits of one of the few

Kelly, John J.

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Dr. James F. Booker Professor of Economics  

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Dr. James F. Booker Professor of Economics Siena College Economics Department voice: 518.siena.edu/booker Home: 19 Lincoln Ave, Delmar, NY 12054 Professional Experience Professor of Economics. Department of Economics, Siena College. Douglas T. Hickey Professor of Business 2002-04; Associate Professor 2002

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Dr. Neal J. Smatresk Vice President  

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Danielle Gross Associate Editors Zhanna Aronov Dr. Michael A. Wilde PROGRAMS Adult Educational Services TRiO Training Institute Upward Bound Upward Bound Math & Science Center The CenterPoint Newsletter in health and wellness exercises, and met with members of the women's basketball team. During the five-day

Hemmers, Oliver

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Fluid Mechanics IB Lecturer: Dr Natalia Berloff  

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Fluid Mechanics IB Lecturer: Dr Natalia Berloff Office: CMS G1.02 E-mail: N · Lighthill: An Informal Introduction to Theoretical Fluid Mechanics · van Dyke: Album of Fluid Motion 1.G.Berloff@damtp.cam.ac.uk Class web page: www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/ngb23/FD/ 0. INTRODUCTION What is a fluid? By definition

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NASA's New Horizons Mission Dr. Henry Throop  

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Radio NASA's New Horizons Mission To Pluto Dr. Henry Throop Planetary Science Institute Tucson flying - it doesn't land, and it never comes back to Earth. New Horizons Spacecraft #12;#12;#12;#12;#12;#12;#12;New Horizons Team #12;#12;#12;#12;Lockheed-Martin AtlasV Rocket Rocket: 575,198 kg Spacecraft: 478 kg

Throop, Henry

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DR. BERNARD AMADEI Professor of Civil Engineering  

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DR. BERNARD AMADEI Professor of Civil Engineering University of Colorado at Boulder Engineering for the Developing World: From Crisis to Development Bernard Amadei is a professor of Civil Engineering Engineering from the University of Toronto and his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University

Gilchrist, James F.

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BY DR. PEARL KAMER ECONOMIC IMPACT  

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BY DR. PEARL KAMER THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY ON THE NEW YORK STATE ECONOMY OCTOBER 2005 #12;for more information, visit http://www.bnl.gov/bnlweb/admin/economic.asp BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY'S ECONOMIC IMPACT ON NEW YORK STATE ECONOMY -- HIGHLIGHTS

Ohta, Shigemi

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Silicon Wafer Processing Dr. Seth P. Bates  

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Silicon Wafer Processing Dr. Seth P. Bates Applied Materials Summer, 2000 Objective To provide from blank silicon wafers. Goals The Transfer Plan provides a curriculum covering the process of manufacturing integrated circuits from the silicon wafer blanks, using the equipment manufactured by Applied

Colton, Jonathan S.

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THE SOLAR WIND PLASMA Dr. Joe Borovsky  

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THE SOLAR WIND PLASMA Dr. Joe Borovsky Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Michigan Wednesday, 19 October 2011 4:00 pm Room 1005 EECS Building Abstract The solar wind is a large bumps and wiggles at all timescales. A difficulty in characterizing the solar wind from the time

Shyy, Wei

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Dr FABIO RIGAT Research Biostatistics Group Head,  

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-temporal neuronal networks" by Fabio Rigat, Mathisca de Gunst and Jaap van Pelt. Bayesian Analysis, 2006, Vol 1Dr FABIO RIGAT Research Biostatistics Group Head, Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, via Fiorentina in the design of early clinical development studies, construction of context-specific utility functions

Wirosoetisno, Djoko

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun presents a certificate  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Wernher Von Braun (left), director of the Marshall Space Flight Center, presents a humorous certificate to Major General Charles W. Eifler, commanding general of Redstone Arsenal, at the close of a farewell luncheon for the general prior to General Eifler moving to a new European duty station.

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Pythagoras en de wiskunde Dr. Jan Hogendijk  

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Pythagoras en de wiskunde Dr. Jan Hogendijk Wiskunde is veel ouder dan de meeste andere vakken die in de stiil van de Babyloni√ęrs om aan te tonen wat later de Stelling van Pythagoras zou worden genoemd. Pythagoras zelf leefde 1400 jaar later, in de 6e eeuw voor Chrisfus. Hij was in de eerste plaats religieus

Hogendijk, Jan P.

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Studying Psychology at Strathclyde Dr Kellyanne Findlay  

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1 Studying Psychology at Strathclyde Dr Kellyanne Findlay kellyanne.findlay@strath.ac.uk What is Psychology? I study Psychology Tell me what I'm thinking then Psychology's all just common sense What is Psychology? Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour. There are five main goals, 1. Describe how

Mottram, Nigel

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ORAC-DR: Astronomy data reduction pipeline  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR is a generic data reduction pipeline infrastructure; it includes specific data processing recipes for a number of instruments. It is used at the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, United Kingdom Infrared Telescope, AAT, and LCOGT. This pipeline runs at the JCMT Science Archive hosted by CADC to generate near-publication quality data products; the code has been in use since 1998.

Jenness, Tim; Economou, Frossie; Cavanagh, Brad; Currie, Malcolm J.; Gibb, Andy

2013-10-01

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Conservation Ecology & Entomology Department Dr James Pryke  

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Conservation Ecology & Entomology Department Dr James Pryke My academic career began with an MSc on landscape ecology issues. After receiving my PhD, I undertook a two month fellowship at the Universiti. This position primarily involved conducting research into improving the design and management of ecological

Geldenhuys, Jaco

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May 10, 2010 Dr. Nancy Leonard  

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support the goal of developing a prioritization framework, it is unclear how this document accomplishes application of the prioritization framework at that step; in this way, those parts of MERR that are ready mayMay 10, 2010 Dr. Nancy Leonard Northwest Power and Conservation Council 851 S.W. Sixth Avenue

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Statement of Dr. John P. Holdren  

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into economic, security, and environmental benefits for society at large; and science and technology for policyStatement of Dr. John P. Holdren Director-designate Office of Science and Technology Policy this Committee as President Obama's nominee for Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP

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Insights & Perspectives Dr. Sanger, meet Mr. Moore  

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as Fairchild employees left to found their own companies. It was in this context that Gordon Moore wroteInsights & Perspectives Dr. Sanger, meet Mr. Moore Next-generation sequencing is driving new ­ this is a ``Moore's Law for biology'', we might be able to under- stand more about the effects of next- generation

Durand, Dannie

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PERSONAL DATA (IT0002) Mr. Miss Dr.  

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Update PERSONAL DATA (IT0002) Mr. Miss Dr. Gender Male Female State Complete Information No Address Signature Special Disabled Veteran Vietnam Era Veteran Other Protected Veteran Asian Black or African) Hispanic/Latino Not Hispanic/Latino Recently Separated Vet Armed Forces Service Medal Veteran Native

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Company: Dr. Leonard's Healthcare Corporation Work Location  

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Company: Dr. Leonard's Healthcare Corporation Work Location: 2147 State Route 27, Suite 103 Edison: Discount Healthcare Catalog Job Title: 1) Customer Services Representatives 2) Sales Representatives Start current sales promotions. No cold calling!! Qualifications: Strong communication skills and must be able

Hanson, Stephen José

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By: Logan Woodall Mentor: Dr. Pei Tang  

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By: Logan Woodall Mentor: Dr. Pei Tang Computational Analysis of nAChR 4 and 2 Subunit Stability 2009 · Pitt/Duquesne Universities · NIH/NSF · Drs. Pei Tang, Vasyl Bondarenko, Jeffry Madura, and Tommy Tillman #12;References 1. C.G. Canlas, T. Cui, L. Li, Y. Xu, and P. Tang. 2008. J. Phys. Chem. B. 112

Benos, Takis

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From Ideas to Reality Dr Clare Schofield  

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From Ideas to Reality Dr Clare Schofield MMU Enterprise Programme Leader Contact me ­ reviewing all aspects of your business, do you need to make any changes? http://www.nesta.org.uk/areas_of_work/creative_economy/creative_enterprise business idea to people · So typically, can you clearly communicate: · What is it? Why should I buy it

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Hand and Fascial Spaces Dr. Mihir Bagchi  

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Hand and Fascial Spaces Dr. Mihir Bagchi Edited By: Abdualrahman Hamad HAND AND FASCIAL SPACES and bones of the hand. Examine specific areas (compartments) of the hand and 2. their relationship with other areas. Relate anatomic structures to possible clinical conditions. 3. Learn action of hand muscles

Finley Jr., Russell L.

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WRITTEN TESTIMONY OF DR. JANE LUBCHENCO  

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edge of knowledge (impacts of sea level rise, ocean acidification, melting of sea ice and ice sheets projections about the future and associated impacts include: observing systems (ecosystems, ocean, landWRITTEN TESTIMONY OF DR. JANE LUBCHENCO UNDER SECRETARY OF COMMERCE FOR OCEANS AND ATMOSPHERE

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WRITTEN STATEMENT OF DR. LARRY ROBINSON  

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.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE HEARING ON THE USE OF DISPERSANT FOR THE BP DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL BEFORE in the Deepwater Horizon BP oil spill response and the use of dispersants. My name is Dr. Larry Robinson and I am Coordinators from throughout the country to work on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. With over thirty years

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The Science of Science Dr. Katy Brner  

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1 The Science of Science Dr. Katy Börner Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, Director Information Visualization Laboratory, Director School of Library and Information Science Indiana University February 20th, 2008 Computational Scientometrics: Studying Science by Scientific Means Börner, Katy, Chen

Menczer, Filippo

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PCB 3063, Dr. Hoffman Summer 2014  

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PCB 3063, Dr. Hoffman Summer 2014 PCB 3063 Genetics, Summer Semester A, 2014 Course Objectives expression and recombinant DNA technology. This is an upper division class designed for students who have. _______________________________________________________________________ TIME AND PLACE: Lecture: 12:30 -2:20 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in CB1 104. CREDIT: PCB

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Climate Change and Tourism Dr David Viner  

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Climate Change and Tourism éCLAT Dr David Viner Climatic Research Unit University of East Anglia d.viner@uea.ac.uk Tourism has a strong international dimension and is sensitive to any changes of climate that alter to attract visitors are likely to be vulnerable to climate change and the implementation of climate change

Feigon, Brooke

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5353 Parkside Dr. Jupiter, FL 33458  

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5353 Parkside Dr. Jupiter, FL 33458 www.llsjupiter.com Phone: (561) 799 8547 Fax: (561) 799 8563 E to your left. Via Florida'sTurnpike, from the north: 1. Take Exit 116 (Jupiter). 2. Turn left and go east

Fernandez, Eduardo

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DR AKI SALO Elected by Senate  

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(Sport Biomechanics) was in Bath in 1998 and he was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2006. Aki's main and Exercise Sciences in 2012 and a Fellow of International Society of Biomechanics in Sports in 2014. He hasDR AKI SALO Elected by Senate B orn in Finland, Aki obtained his first degree (MSc in Sport

Burton, Geoffrey R.

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Dr. Jeffrey Doering, Professor/Chairperson  

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Rica Dr. Robert Hamilton has taken another Natural Resource Conserva- tion class to the rain forest again the field class in the tropical rain forest of Costa Rica was a great experience for the students Cruces is a 300 hectare pre-montane rain forest near the town of San Vito in southwestern Costa Rica

Kelly, John J.

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Curriculum Vitae Dr. Christopher C. Wilmers  

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Curriculum Vitae Dr. Christopher C. Wilmers Environmental Studies Department University Slough Reserve, 2007 Publications Post, E., Pederson, C., Wilmers, C.C. & Forchhammer, M.C. 2008., Pederson, C., Wilmers, C.C. & Forchhammer, M.C. 2008. Warming, plant phenology and the spatial dimension

Wilmers, Chris

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Speakers will include: Dr Daniel Poulter MP,  

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Veterans' Mental Health - Facts, Fiction & Future Wednesday 11th February 2015, 10.00am - 5.40pm Strand Campus, King's College London The Mental Health of Veterans is a topic that is frequently debatedSpeakers will include: Dr Daniel Poulter MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health

Applebaum, David

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Chemical Innovation in Drug Dr Matthew Fuchter  

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Chemical Innovation in Drug Discovery Dr Matthew Fuchter Lecturer in Synthetic and Medicinal&D Spending and Output #12;Chemical Innovation Impact Discovery Development Basic research: years 0-3 Pre 3, File DRUG Chemical start point Hit to lead Preclinical Assessment Synthetic Chemistry Chemistry

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A TRIBUTE TO DR. WILLIAM PENN WATKINSON  

EPA Science Inventory

Dr. William Penn Watkinson (known to colleagues as "Penn") of EPAŅs health research lab (National Health and Environmental Research Laboratory) of Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, died Wednesday, December 13 after a battle with lung cancer. He was a member of the Pulmonar...

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Introduction to Dr. Sandra Cruz-Pol  

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antennas... http://www.kyes.com/antenna/antennatypes/antennatypes.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antenna_(electronics1 Introduction to Antenna principles Dr. Sandra Cruz-Pol INEL 5305 Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez What is an antenna? An antenna is a passive structure

Cruz-Pol, Sandra L.

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What is Caf Scientifique? Dr. Louise Naylor  

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the latest ideas in science and technology. Meetings take place in cafés, bars, restaurants and even theatresWhat is Café Scientifique? Dr. Louise Naylor: Designer Babies: Fact or Fiction? For information through IVF and other assisted conception techniques, explore the facts and the fiction behind

Heinke, Dietmar

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Elementare Mathematik 1 Prof. Dr. Klaus Johannson  

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Elementare Mathematik 1 WS 2005/06 Prof. Dr. Klaus Johannson Johann Wolfgang Goethe Mathematik I" gehalten habe. Diese Vorlesung ist Teil des Zyklus "Elementare Math- ematik", welches an der J.W.Goethe etwas projektive und nicht-Euklidische Geometrie gebracht. Ich bin in dieser Veranstaltung von diesem

Johannson, Klaus

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Dr Irene Stevens Neglect (50.2%)  

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(22%) Physical abuse (20.1%) Child disruptive behaviour (17%) Emotional abuse (11%) Sexual abuse (3Dr Irene Stevens #12;#12;Neglect (50.2%) Parental incapacity(use of substances) (24.2%) Abandonment, traumarecreate the chaos, fragmentation, traumarecreate the chaos, fragmentation, trauma and neglect

Harman, Neal.A.

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Music as Social Experience Dr. Steven Cornelius  

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Music as Social Experience UHC MU 101 Dr. Steven Cornelius Course Description: This course uses a variety of theoretical perspectives to investigate the ways in which musical practice serves: To develop skills for listening to music. To reveal music's relationship to culture. To encourage self

Guenther, Frank

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SCALES TO SCALPELS DR. LISA WONG  

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SCALES TO SCALPELS DR. LISA WONG SEPTEMBER 12, 2012, 5:30 P.M. Town and County Club, 22 Woodland and music. René Laennec, inventor of the stethoscope, may have gotten his inspiration by listening through, Gabon by performing organ concerts throughout Europe. Throughout history, music and medicine have always

Oliver, Douglas L.

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College of Medicine DR Diagnostic Radiology  

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College of Medicine DR Diagnostic Radiology KEY: # = new course * = course changed = course RADIOLOGY. (1-3) With the advice and approval of his or her faculty adviser, the first-year student may choose approved electives offered by the Department of Diagnostic Radiology. The intent is to provide

MacAdam, Keith

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Dr. Israel Cuellar (1946-2008)  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

On September 7th, 2008, the mental health field lost a trailblazing researcher and clinician as he lost his battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease. Dr. Israel Cuellar made significant contributions to the study of acculturation including its importance in delivering appropriate mental healthÖ

Zamarripa, Manuel X.

2009-01-01

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Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel Biographical Notes  

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Web-university, e-Learning and Telemedicine. Beside of his teaching in the HPI Bachelor and Master- Learning and Telemedicine, and on the innovation method Design Thinking. Formerly Prof. Dr. Christoph in the fields of Internet Security, Electronic Publishing / E-Learning, and Telemedicine . In the time of his

Weske, Mathias

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Getting started with Python Dr. Mark Lee  

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Getting started with Python Dr. Mark Lee School of Computer Science University of Birmingham B15 2TT m.g.lee@cs.bham.ac.uk Introduction Python a very clear syntax and is an ideal first programming language. It's also very powerful ­ Python

Lee, Mark

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Dr. Lea Jarnagin, Dean of Students  

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and doctorate in Higher Education, Governance and Management from the University of Southern California. Dr as the Dean of Students at Cal State Fullerton from 2001 ­ 2010 where she oversaw Judicial Affairs, Student B.A. in English with a specialization in Women's Studies from UCLA, her M.S. in Counseling and Human

de Lijser, Peter

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Special session in honor Dr. Kiyo Tomiyasu  

Microsoft Academic Search

This session is dedicated to the career of Dr. Kiyo Tomiyasu. His career includes technical accomplishments in microwaves, lasers, and remote sensing of the earth using satellite-borne radiometers, scatterometers, and synthetic radars. He has contributed much to MTT-S, and to IEEE, including awards and contributions to the IEEE Foundation. This special session will include invited speakers to recall activities associated

J. B. Horton

2010-01-01

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Water on the Moon Dr. Barbara Cohen  

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Water on the Moon Dr. Barbara Cohen Barbara.A.Cohen@nasa.gov NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Huntsville AL 35812 #12;Near side Far side Geology of the Moon #12;Near side Far side Highlands feldspathic = igneous Geology of the Moon #12;Near side Far side Highlands feldspathic = igneous Craters and basins

Mojzsis, Stephen J.

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TRUTH WILL OUT Dr Zuhair Bandar  

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TRUTH WILL OUT Dr Zuhair Bandar Page 1 COMBAT TERROR Prof. Nick Bowring Page 2 WALKING DEAD benefits of peatlands. Also inside is news of cutting-edge research in the field of security which aims to meet the threat of domestic and global terrorism head on. We tell how experts in Faculty are improving

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Dr. Oren Tal Dept. of Chemical Physics  

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. By local chemical modifications of ferromagnetic atomic junctions, we form atomic-scale conductorsDr. Oren Tal Dept. of Chemical Physics Exploring spin and charge transport at the atomic scale by orbital engineering The emergence of fascinating properties in atomic-scale conductors is a fruitful

Shapiro, Ehud

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2008 10 11 Dr. Pierre Hilson  

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, Belgium GOLVEN secretory peptides control plant gravitropism 03-5841-4461/fukuda@biol.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp GOLVEN secretory peptides control plant gravitropism Dr. Pierre Hilson VIB Department of Plant Systems as well as hypocotyl gravitropic defects. Interestingly, GLV1 and GLV2 are transcribed asymmetrically

Miyashita, Yasushi

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CORNERSTONES OF SERBIAN MEDICINE: DR MLADEN JANKOVIC  

Microsoft Academic Search

Being chosen for the capital of Serbia (1818-1841), Kragujevac started developing rapidly. This progress continued with foundation of the Can- non Factory. The health situation was also beginning to improve as the first physicians came. The fourth District Physicus to come to Kragu- jevac at the end of 1861 was Dr Mladen Jankovic. Being noted for his activities and organizational

Mihailo Pantovic; Srdjan Milovanovi; Dragan Ravanic; Vesna Pantovic

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Dr. Caleb Williams Saleeby: The Complete Eugenicist.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Profiles the work of Dr. Caleb Williams Saleeby, a late 19th-century propagandist for eugenics. Eugenics is a science that deals with the transmission of hereditary racial traits, coupled with a desire to use this for the elimination of social ills. Discusses Saleeby's work with the Eugenics Education Society. (MJP)

Rodwell, Grant

1997-01-01

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ORAC-DR -- SCUBA-2 Pipeline Data Reduction  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The ORAC-DR data reduction pipeline is designed to reduce data from many different instruments. This document describes how to use ORAC-DR to process data taken with the SCUBA-2 instrument on the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope.

Gibb, Andrew G.; Jenness, Tim

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3 October 2014 Dr Frances Maratos, University of Derby  

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and inhibitory control in opiate addiction" 21 November 2014 Dr Judith de Groot, University of Bath "The "Working memory difficulties: Causes and remediation" 5 December 2014 Dr Rhonda Snook, University

Stone, J. V.

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December 20, 2012 Summary of Dr Joan Adler's 2012 activities  

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to an Android App. · Dr Adler's current research interests, in addition to the graduate/undergraduate student 2013. · Dr Adler's current publication statistics are as follows: H-index from Google Scholar (articles

Adler, Joan

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Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes  

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8/15/2011 1 Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes Learning Objectives · Motivation · Basic approach value of the definite integral 2 b a dxxf )( Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes Analytical (or exact a dxxf )( Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes Trapezoidal Rule F(x) #12;8/15/2011 2 Dr. T.P. Clement CE

Clement, Prabhakar

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Dr. Wernher von Braun and Associates With Saturn 1  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Pictured in front of the Saturn 1 launch vehicle are (L to R): Dr. Rocco Petrone, Director of Launch Operations at Kennedy Space Center; Dr. Werher von Braun, Director of Marshall Space Flight Center; Dr. Oswald Lange, Director of the Saturn Systems Office; Mr. Hans. H. Maus, Director of Fabrication and Assembly Engineering Division; and Dr. Hans Gruene, Deputy Director of Launch Operations Directorate. Maus and Gruene were original members of von Braun's rocket team.

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Edition No 11 October 2005 Dr Robert Taylor  

E-print Network

ME News Edition No 11 ­ October 2005 Dr Robert Taylor It is with great regret that the Department has learnt of the death of Dr Robert Taylor who was an academic in this Department for many years Dario Di Maio, Research Assistant working for David Ewins, started on 1st September. Dr Simon Medina

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Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes  

E-print Network

1 Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes Quotes · Genius is 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent in little things. Excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude Colin Powell 1 Dr. T.P · Combining conditions · Loops · Examples 2 Dr. T.P. Clement CE 3010 class notes Program to Find Real Roots

Clement, Prabhakar

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Klinik fr Psychosomatik und Psychotherapie PD Dr. Peter Angerer  

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Klinik f√ľr Psychosomatik und Psychotherapie 6.11.2008 PD Dr. Peter Angerer Dr. Mechthild Heinm√ľller. Harald G√ľndel Medizinische Hochschule Hannover Klinik f√ľr Psychosomatik und Psychotherapie Dr. Heribert, Psychotherapie und Medizinische Psychologie Betriebliche Gesundheitsf√∂rderung am Beispiel der Studie: Pr√§vention

Manstein, Dietmar J.

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Dr.-Ing. Norbert Frhleke PIBRAC -Piezoelectrical Brake Actuator  

E-print Network

-mass ultrasonic Power supply and control development Dr.-Ing. Norbert Fröhleke, Department of Power Electronics Böcker, Dr.-Ing. Norbert Fröhleke Current Aircraft Brake Actuator #12;Power Electronics and Electrical, Dr.-Ing. Norbert Fröhleke Inverter and filter Power supply control motor control actuator control

Paderborn, Universität

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Juniorprofessur fr Software Engineering Prof. Dr. Oliver Hummel  

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Juniorprofessur f√ľr Software Engineering Prof. Dr. Oliver Hummel Vorstellung des Teamprojekts f√ľr Planning of the University of Mannheim Prof. Dr. Oliver Hummel (JP SE) Dr. Ingo Ott (RUM) #12;Chair of Software Engineering Oliver Hummel hummel@informatik.uni-mannheim.de 2222 Advanced Software Engineering

Mannheim, Universität

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College of Science & Engineering Dr. Sheldon Axler, Dean  

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, Department of Physics & Astronomy Dr. Julia Lewis, Chair, Department of Psychology Dr. Toby Garfield or the research community, with a growing staff of minority and women professors and mentors, an important difficult than the Weather By Dr. Ryan T. Howell Department of Psychology 7:00 pm Announcement of Showcase

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The Java API Java Bootcamp -Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1  

E-print Network

The Java API Java Bootcamp - Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1 CSC 2014 ­ Java Bootcamp Dr in this presentation are adapted from the slides accompanying Java Software Solutions by Lewis & Loftus Java Bootcamp Dr. Papalaskari Villanova University Using Classes and Objects The Java class library or Java API

Papalaskari, Mary-Angela

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Introduction Java Bootcamp -Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1  

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Introduction Java Bootcamp - Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1 CSC 2014 ­ Java Bootcamp Dr in this presentation are adapted from the slides accompanying Java Software Solutions by Lewis & Loftus Java Bootcamp Dr. Papalaskari Villanova University Introduction to Java Course website www

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WMSURE Summer 2013 Events Contact: Dr. Anne H. Charity Hudley; acharityhudley@wm.edu & Dr. Cheryl Dickter  

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://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WMSUREsummer2013gradschoolprep June 19 4:00pm Research Presentation: Prof. Cheryl Dickter This presentation will be given by WMSURE co-director Dr. Cheryl Dickter, who is a member of the Psychology DepartmentWMSURE Summer 2013 Events Contact: Dr. Anne H. Charity Hudley; acharityhudley@wm.edu & Dr. Cheryl

Yu, Gexin

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Science Sampler: Dr. Vermeij and The Cay  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

As an interdisciplinary exploration, middle-level students were reading The Cay (1969) by Theodore Taylor in their English classes, honing map skills in social studies, and learning the importance of making observations in science class. Then, inspired by the autobiography of Dr. Geerat Vermeij, the author decided to have her students make observations as he did--using only their sense of touch. Dr. Vermeij, a distinguished professor of geology at the University of California, has been blind since the age of three, but he has an extraordinary gift--he can identify shells using only his hands. Through the activities described here, students not only honed their science process skills, but also gained a deeper appreciation of science as a human endeavor.

Joanna Shubin

2009-02-01

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A Visit With Dr. Francis Crick  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Dr. Francis Crick speaks of his discovery, with James Watson, of the structure of DNA and of his more recent interest in the brain and consciousness in a 1989 interview with Carolina Biological. Linked to the interview is an activity, "A Tour Through DNA" by Kathy Paris, and a Glossary. The Paris activity provides guidelines for students as they "lead tours" through the DNA molecule.

Biological, Carolina

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Horn Antennas Dr. Sandra Cruz-Pol  

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1 Horn Antennas INEL 6069 Dr. Sandra Cruz-Pol ECE, UPRM Horn Antennas Invented in late 1800's. Types H-plane E-plane PyramidalPyramidal Conical H-plane horn Antenna DH/bD a1 / [ ] [ ]{ }22 1 2max. 13.7. / 50 e E E Ga D = / 501 e b B = E plane horn antenna DE/aD b1 / 2e Gregorian feed Arecibo

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ORAC-DR -- spectroscopy data reduction  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR is a general-purpose automatic data-reduction pipeline environment. This document describes its use to reduce spectroscopy data collected at the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) with the CGS4, UIST and Michelle instruments, at the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) with the IRIS2 instrument, and from the Very Large Telescope with ISAAC. It outlines the algorithms used and how to make minor modifications of them, and how to correct for errors made at the telescope.

Hirst, Paul; Cavanagh, Brad

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Dr Amos G Babcock - Fact or fiction?  

PubMed

The War of 1812-14 between the United States of America and Great Britain gave rise to several journals relating the sufferings of prisoners of war confined in prison ships and gaols in England. One of these is A Journal of a Young Man from Massachusetts, said to have been written by Dr Amos G Babcock, an American ship's surgeon, and first published in 1816. This article sets out arguments for and against the truth of this assertion. PMID:24585583

Smith, Douglas

2014-11-01

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21Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Design of AA systemsDesign of AA systems  

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21Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center in autonomy #12;22Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Generic control system

Kortenkamp, David

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Dr. Norman Bethune as a surgeon  

PubMed Central

Dr. Norman Bethuneís recognition as a Canadian of renown resulted from his devoted work in China during the late 1930s. He had received a general surgical training, but his personal illness with tuberculosis led him to specialize in thoracic surgery. A surgical program at McGill University under Dr. Edward Archibald, a pioneer thoracic surgeon, was initially successful, but by the mid-1930s Bethune was rejected by McGill and Dr. Archibald. He became chief of thoracic surgery at the HŰpital du Sacrť-Coeur outside Montreal. He developed thoracic surgical instruments and wrote numerous scientific papers. The outbreak of civil war in Spain in 1937 attracted Bethune to oppose what he viewed as fascist aggression. He went to Spain, where he established the value of mobile blood banking. On his return to Canada in 1937 he became aware of the escalating war between China and Japan. He joined the Chinese communist forces in northern China and spent 18 months doing Herculean mobile war surgery, while improving the state of medical services in primitive, depressing conditions. He died in 1939 at the age of 49 years of septicemia as a result of accidental laceration of his finger during surgery. The Chinese have venerated Norman Bethune and stimulated his memorialization in Canada. His surgical record can be viewed as mixed in quality, but overall his performance remains impressive for its achievement. PMID:8599799

Rosen, Irving B.

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Enrico Fermi Awards Ceremony for Dr. Mildred S. Dresselhaus and Dr. Burton Richter, May 2012 (Presentations, including remarks by Energy Secretary, Dr. Steven Chu)  

ScienceCinema

The Fermi Award is a Presidential award and is one of the oldest and most prestigious science and technology honors bestowed by the U.S. Government. On May 7, 2012 it was conferred upon two exceptional scientists: Dr. Mildred Dresselhaus, 'for her scientific leadership, her major contributions to science and energy policy, her selfless work in science education and the advancement of diversity in the scientific workplace, and her highly original and impactful research,' and Dr. Burton Richter, 'for the breadth of his influence in the multiple disciplines of accelerator physics and particle physics, his profound scientific discoveries, his visionary leadership as SLAC Director, his leadership of science, and his notable contributions in energy and public policy.' Dr. John Holder, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, opened the ceremony, and Dr. Bill Brinkman, Director of DOE's Office of Science introduced the main speaker, Dr. Steven Chu, U.S. Energy Secretary.

Chu, Steven (U.S. Energy Secretary)

2012-06-28

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Enrico Fermi Awards Ceremony for Dr. Mildred S. Dresselhaus and Dr. Burton Richter, May 2012 (Presentations, including remarks by Energy Secretary, Dr. Steven Chu)  

SciTech Connect

The Fermi Award is a Presidential award and is one of the oldest and most prestigious science and technology honors bestowed by the U.S. Government. On May 7, 2012 it was conferred upon two exceptional scientists: Dr. Mildred Dresselhaus, 'for her scientific leadership, her major contributions to science and energy policy, her selfless work in science education and the advancement of diversity in the scientific workplace, and her highly original and impactful research,' and Dr. Burton Richter, 'for the breadth of his influence in the multiple disciplines of accelerator physics and particle physics, his profound scientific discoveries, his visionary leadership as SLAC Director, his leadership of science, and his notable contributions in energy and public policy.' Dr. John Holder, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, opened the ceremony, and Dr. Bill Brinkman, Director of DOE's Office of Science introduced the main speaker, Dr. Steven Chu, U.S. Energy Secretary.

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Evolution of the HLA-DR1 gene family. Structural and functional analysis of the new allele "DR-BON".  

PubMed

The molecules of the MHC are highly polymorphic and involve in Ag presentation; their striking genetic polymorphism allows probable interactions with a large variety of antigenic fragments when these are presented to the TCR. It is therefore of interest to explore the extent of this polymorphism and the mechanisms of its generation. We have studied the class II HLA-DR blank allele DR-BON that has been previously defined by MLR, restriction fragment length polymorphism, and two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. A cDNA library was constructed from a DR-BON homozygous typing cell and cDNA corresponding to DR alpha- and DR beta-chains were sequenced. By comparison with other known alpha- and beta-chain sequences it is shown that the alpha-chain is invariant and the beta-chain differs from DR1 by only six nucleotides, clustered in the third variable region with three amino acid changes at position 67, 70, and 71. The short DNA stretch of sequence encoding the 67-71 region is also present in other DR alleles: DR4/Dw10, DRw13, and some DRw11 specificities. Therefore we propose that a gene conversion-like event has occurred between the DRB1 *0101 (DR1/Dw1) gene and one of these three DRB1 genes. Extensive typing has been performed with a DR-BON-specific 17-mer oligonucleotide. Cross-hybridization with other genes than the ones expected from DNA sequence comparison was not observed. A selected panel of DR-BON reactive T cell clones shows three patterns of reactivity. Some clones are strictly DR-BON specific; some cross-reacted with DRw13 and a few cross-reacted with other haplotypes. The role of different epitopes of the third variable region of HLA-DR beta chain in allo-reaction is discussed. PMID:1688595

Coppin, H L; Avoustin, P; Fabron, J; Huchenq, A; Garnier, J M; Thomsen, M; De Preval, C

1990-02-01

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ORAC-DR -- imaging data reduction  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR is a general-purpose automatic data-reduction pipeline environment. This document describes its use to reduce imaging data collected at the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) with the UFTI, UIST, IRCAM, and Michelle instruments; at the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) with the IRIS2 instrument; at the Very Large Telescope with ISAAC and NACO; from Magellan's Classic Cam, at Gemini with NIRI, and from the Isaac Newton Group using INGRID. It outlines the algorithms used and how to make minor modifications to them, and how to correct for errors made at the telescope.

Currie, Malcolm J.; Cavanagh, Brad

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A critical bibliography of Dr. Henry Sacheverell  

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he used towards the end of it, that wellwishcrs to die Church should "hang out the bloody flag and banner of defiance" was long remembered. William Bisset was to call Sacheverell "the bloody flag officer" in 1709. 1 June 1702. Henry Sacheverell...F. F. MAD AN: A Critical Bibliography of DR. HENRY SACHEVERELL Edited by W. A. Speck Is ^ LISTENING TO D5 SACHEVEKEL PREAC1HN< UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LIBRARIES 1978 Front cover: Bas-relief on the base of the statue of Samuel Johnson...

Madan, F. F. (Francis Falconer); Speck, W. A. (William Arthur)

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BIO-MIMICRY OF HUMAN OPTICAL LENS Nithya Jayapratha, Dr. Seyoung An, Dr. Vitali Metlushko  

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Nanotechnology Core Facility . University of Illinois Chicago Dr. Bruce Gaynes . Department of Ophthalmology cataract removal are typically inflexible plastic polymers that feature limited or in many cases non restoring full accommodative function following cataract removal. The accommodative function of the lens

Metlushko, Vitali

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Simulating Plasmon Enhanced Molecular Spectroscopy Dr. Lasse Jensen  

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Simulating Plasmon Enhanced Molecular Spectroscopy Dr. Lasse Jensen Assistant Professor on understanding surface-enhanced spectroscopies and in particular surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS). SERS

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Dr. Timothy Bromage Receives 2010 Max Planck Research Award  

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history in paleoanthropology." Dean Bertolami apelike than previously believed. Dr. Bromage's recon of Paleoanthropology at the Senckenberg Research Institute, marked the first time that scientists discovered an early

Wang, Da-Neng

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Entrevue avec le Dr Charley Zeanah  

PubMed Central

Le Dr Charles Zeanah est titulaire de la chaire de psychiatrie Mary K. Sellars-Polchow, professeur de pťdiatrie clinique et vice-prťsident de la pťdopsychiatrie au dťpartement de psychiatrie et des sciences du comportement de la facultť de mťdecine de líUniversitť Tulane, ŗ la Nouvelle-Orlťans. Il est ťgalement directeur gťnťral de líinstitut de la santť mentale des nourrissons et des jeunes enfants de Tulane. Il est rťcipiendaire de nombreux prix, notamment le prix de prťvention Irving Phillips (AACAP), la mention ťlogieuse prťsidentielle pour sa recherche et son leadership exceptionnels en santť mentale des nourrissons (American Orthopsychiatric Association), le prix díexcellence clinique Sarah Haley Memorial (International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies), le prix de recherche en pťdopsychiatrie Blanche F. Ittelson (APA), et le prix Serge Lebovici Award soulignant les contributions internationales ŗ la santť mentale des nourrissons (World Association for Infant Mental Health). Le Dr Zeanah est fellow distinguť de líAACAP, fellow distinguť de líAPA et membre du conseil díadministration de Zero to Three. Il est líťditeur scientifique de Handbook of Infant Mental Health (3e ťdition) qui est considťrť comme ťtant le manuel de pointe et la rťfťrence de base du domaine de la santť mentale des nourrissons.

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The transmission disequilibrium test suggests that HLA-DR4 and DR13 are linked to autism spectrum disorder  

Microsoft Academic Search

We have evaluated possible contributions of HLA-DRB1 alleles to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in 103 families of Caucasian descent. The DR4 allele occurred more often in probands than controls (0.007), whereas the DR13,14 alleles occurred less often in probands than controls (p = 0.003). The transmission disequilibrium test (TDT) indicated that the ASD probands inherited the DR4 allele more frequently

Anthony R Torres; Alma Maciulis; E. Gene Stubbs; Adele Cutler; Dennis Odell

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun near the mobile launcher.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. George Mueller, NASA associate administrator for manned space flight, and Dr. Wernher Von Braun (right), director of the Marshall Space Flight Center, are seen near the mobile launcher carrying a 363 foot tall Saturn V space launch vehicle as the rocket is rolled from the vehicle assembly building at KSC for its three mile trip to the launch pad.

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Voice Area Information Dr. Brian Nedvin, vocal coordinator  

E-print Network

Voice Area Information Dr. Brian Nedvin, vocal coordinator Dr. Nancy K. Klein, Director of Choral the differences. Since the chair of the department is in charge of the entire department, anything that may seem. The information for Vocal Pedagogy and Song Literature, two classes that are taught in alternating year, can

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Dr. S. X-Pol Intro to Antennas 1  

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into two groups ­ Wire antennas: · dipoles, loops, Yagi-Uda... ­ Aperture antennas: · parabolic, horns feed Dipole with parabolic and corner reflector Reflector and Pyramidal horn antennas Outline AntennaDr. S. X-Pol Intro to Antennas 1 Introduction to Antennas Dr. Sandra Cruz-Pol Electricaland

Cruz-Pol, Sandra L.

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You and Your Research Dr. Richard W. Hamming  

E-print Network

You and Your Research Dr. Richard W. Hamming Transcription of the Bell Communications Research Colloquium Seminar - 'You and Your Research' given by Richard W. Hamming at MRE on March 7, 1986. J. F As a seminar in the Bell Communications Research Colloquia Series, Dr. Richard W. Hamming, a Professor

Zheng, Hao

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Repetition CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1  

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Repetition CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1 CSC 1051 M.A. Papalaskari, Villanova University Repetition CSC 1051 ­ Data Structures and Algorithms I Dr. Mary-Angela Papalaskari Department of Computing Sciences Villanova University Course website: www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/1051/ Some slides

Papalaskari, Mary-Angela

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Biotechnology Symposium - In Memoriam, the Late Dr. Allan Zipf  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

A one-day biotechnology symposium was held at Alabama A&M University (AAMU), Normal, AL on June 4, 2004 in memory of the late Dr. Allan Zipf (Sept 1953-Jan 2004). Dr. Zipf was a Research Associate Professor at the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, AAMU, who collaborated extensively with ARS/MS...

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Winter 2014 Q&A with Dr. Louis Picker  

E-print Network

Winter 2014 Q&A with Dr. Louis Picker Making Room for Big Ideas Cancer, We're Coming for You #12 ........................................................................2 Making Room for Big Ideas .................................................4 Cancer, We're Coming and facilitated plans to start human clinical trials of a vaccine that may cure HIV/ AIDS. So far Dr. Picker has

Chapman, Michael S.

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Dantzer CV Page 1/6 DR. BEN DANTZER A  

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of Biology, GPA = 3.76/4.0 Thesis title: Behavioral Ecology of Red-backed Salamanders in Northern Michigan Volatile Chemical Signals in Red-backed Salamanders Advisors: Dr. Robert G. Jaeger & Dr. Brad R. Moon BSc. Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI 2000-2004 BSc. In Biology with Ecology Emphasis, Department

Dantzer, Ben

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Dr. von Braun, Governor Wallace and NASA Administrator Webb  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

In this photograph are Alabama Governor George Wallace (left), Marshall Space Flight Center Dr. Wernher von Braun (Center) and NASA Administrator James Webb (right). Governor Wallace and Dr. Webb were at MSFC to witness the first test firing of a Saturn V Booster, along with members of the Alabama legislature and press reporters.

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Dr. von Braun with Governor Wallace and NASA Administrator Webb  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Governor of Alabama George Wallace (left), NASA Administrator James Webb and Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) Director Dr. von Braun during a tour of MSFC on June 8, 1965. Governor Wallace and Dr. Webb were at MSFC to witness the first test firing of a Saturn V Booster, along with members of the Alabama legislature and press reporters.

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Dr. Roy A. Axford, Jr. Senior Technologist, Wireless Communications  

E-print Network

. From 1998 to 2003, Dr. Axford led the ONR/Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency sponsored Ultra. In 1992, Dr. Axford led a new Office of Naval Research (ONR) funded project that examined the use and the Department of Defense. He was promoted to the rank of Senior Technologist in January 2009 and is currently

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MULTILATERAL INVERSION OF Ar, Cr AND Dr BASIC HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES  

E-print Network

MULTILATERAL INVERSION OF Ar, Cr AND Dr BASIC HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES MICHAEL J. SCHLOSSER Abstract inverses with Ar and Dr extensions of Jackson's 87 summation theorem three balanced very-well-poised 88 Combinatorics and Probabilistic Number Theory"). 1 #12;2 MICHAEL J. SCHLOSSER This result was directly extracted

Schlosser, Michael

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Dr. David Gandara of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center  

Cancer.gov

Dr. David Gandara of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center You will need Adobe Flash Player 8 or later and JavaScript enabled to view this video. You can view the movie here Dr. David Gandara of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center talking about

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ReseaRch PRoject GRants Dr Patti Adank  

E-print Network

and Y chromosomes of a plant £106,696 Dr Victor Chechik University of York Chemistry at cold plasma resonances in spoken language processing £150,989 Dr James Adelman University of Warwick The easyNet system,355 Professor Kai Bongs University of Birmingham Understanding and exploiting quantum processes in nature £249

Kalnishkan, Yuri

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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. John Hope Franklin  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Dr. John Hope Franklin chronicled the experiences of African-Americans like no one before him, forcing America to recognize Black history as American history. His contributions were innumerable and his impact was abiding. In celebration of his life and legacy, the authors profile the celebrated scholar and activist, Dr. John Hope Franklin.

Harris, Robert L., Jr.; Levering-Lewis, David; French, John D.; Wharton, Clifton R., Jr.

2009-01-01

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Zur Antrittsvorlesung Jun.-Prof. Dr. Oliver Kramer  

E-print Network

Einladung Zur Antrittsvorlesung Jun.-Prof. Dr. Oliver Kramer Computational Intelligence Adresse. Oliver Kramer am Montag, dem 11. Juni 2012 um 16:00 Uhr im OFFIS, Raum F02 (Lageplan umseitig) Mit. Susanne Boll-Westermann Vortrag Jun.-Prof. Dr. Oliver Kramer Computational Intelligence Methoden

Damm, Werner

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The Centre for Blood Research Dr. David Lillicrap  

E-print Network

The Centre for Blood Research Dr. David Lillicrap Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine: 604 822 7407 Host: Dr. Ed Pryzdial, Clinical Professor Pathology and Laboratory Medicine & Centre studies have shown that up to 70% of the variance in plasma VWF levels is genetically determined. Further

Strynadka, Natalie

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College of Science & Engineering Dr. Sheldon Axler, Dean  

E-print Network

of Engineering Dr. Jerry Davis, Chair, Department of Geography & Environment Dr. Karen Grove, Chair, Department environment. Our students learn through research opportunities, internships, cooperative education, and other and the research community, with a growing staff of minority and women professors and mentors, an important

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Scientific Coordination Prof. dr. ir. Koen De Bosschere  

E-print Network

Scientific Coordination Prof. dr. ir. Koen De Bosschere Department of Electronics, Parallel Information Systems Group, Ghent University Prof. dr. ir. Bart Dhoedt Department of Information Technology Module 4: Software quality improvement Part III: Databases Module 1: Databases, data models and database

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ELECTRON COLLISIONS WITH ATOMS AND ATOMIC D.R. Schultz  

E-print Network

ELECTRON COLLISIONS WITH ATOMS AND ATOMIC IONS D.R. Schultz Physics Division, Oak Ridge National contract number DE­AC05­96OR22464. 1 #12; A. ELECTRON COLLISIONS WITH ATOMS AND ATOMIC IONS D.R. Schultz Excitation and ionization of atoms and ions by electron­impact continues to be an area of very active

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Dr. Irene Sšnger-Bredt, a life for astronautics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Irene Bredt (b.1911 at Bonn) obtained her Doctorate in Physics in 1937; in the same year she became a scientific researcher at the German Research Center for Aviation at Trauen, led by Prof. Dr. Eugen Sšnger. Soon, the young but efficient Dr. Irene Bredt became the first assistant of Dr. Sšnger, who married her (1951). During 1973-1978, Dr. Bredt was in correspondence with Prof. Dr. Nikolae-Florin Zaganescu and helped him to familiarize the Romanian readers with Prof. Sšnger's life and achievements. As for Dr. Bredt's life, she specified three main periods of her activity: 1937-1942, when she was researcher in charge of thermodynamic problems of liquid-fuelled rocket engines at Trauen 1942-1945, when she was Senior Researcher in charge of Ramjet in flight performances at Ainring, and also coauthored the Top Secret Technical report entitled 'A Rocket Engine for a Long-Range Bomber', which was finished in 1941 but edited only in 1944 the post world war II period, when she was Scientific Advisor or Director at various civil and military research institutes, universities, etc. Dr. Irene Sšnger-Bredt helped her husband to develop many scientific theories like Ramjet thermodynamic theory, and photon rocket theory and also in establishing IAF and IAA. In 1970, Dr. Irene Sšnger-Bredt was honored with 'Hermann Oberth Gold Medal' for her impressive scientific activity.

Zaganescu, Nicolae-Florin

2004-12-01

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Dr. Truthlove, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love  

E-print Network

Dr. Truthlove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Bayesian Probabilities Kenny Easwaran March 1, 2013 1 Setup 1.1 The Preface Paradox Dr. Truthlove loves believing things that are true loves -- believing a true claim. But none of this answers the overall question. Is she doing what she

Fitelson, Branden

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Dr. Truthlove, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love  

E-print Network

Dr. Truthlove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Bayesian Probabilities Kenny Easwaran September 1, 2014 1 Setup 1.1 The Preface Paradox Dr. Truthlove loves believing things that are true loves -- believing a true claim. But none of this answers the overall question. Is she doing what she

Fitelson, Branden

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81Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Deep Space One Remote AgentDeep Space One Remote Agent  

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81Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center of the NASA 1999 Software of the Year Award #12;82Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Deep Space One (DS1)Deep Space One (DS1) l Launched 10/98 l Remote

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60Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center NASA HCA Applications OutlineNASA HCA Applications Outline  

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60Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center NASA HCA Applications OutlineNASA HCA Applications Outline l 3T Control Architecture ­ architecture Satellite Assistant (under development) #12;61Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David

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39Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center Requirements OutlineRequirements Outline  

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39Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center responsibility: both accept and request #12;40Dr. Gregory A. Dorais, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. David Kortenkamp, NASA Johnson Space Center MotivationsMotivations l Adjustable autonomy places severe requirements

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# Project Title Advisor(s) A Control of a DC Motor Drive: Design and Implementation Dr. A. H. A. Rahim & Dr. M. Abido  

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Abul-Hussain M On the Design of a 1000 MVA, 132 / 13.8 kV Power Substation Dr. Zakariya Al-Hamouz N# Project Title Advisor(s) A Control of a DC Motor Drive: Design and Implementation Dr. A. H. A Inspection of Pipelines Dr. Ahmed Yamani E Design of Cassy Lab DC motor speed control system Dr. Chokri

Masoudi, Husain M.

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Generic Data Pipelining Using ORAC-DR  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

A generic data reduction pipeline is, perhaps, the holy grail for data reduction software. We present work which sets us firmly on the path towards this goal. ORAC-DR is an online data reduction pipeline written by the Joint Astronomy Center (JAC) and the UK Astronomy Technology Center (ATC) and distributed as part of the Starlink Software collection (SSC). It is intended to run with a minimum of observer interaction, and is able to handle data from many different instruments, including SCUBA, CGS4, UFTI, IRCAM and Michelle, with support for IRIS2 and UIST under development. Recent work by Starlink in collaboration with the JAC has resulted in an increase in the pipeline's flexibility, opening up the possibility that it could be used for truly generic data reduction for data from any imaging, and eventually spectroscopic, detector.

Allan, Alasdair; Jenness, Tim; Economou, Frossie; Currie, Malcolm J.; Bly, Martin J.

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Dr. Cheryl Nickerson studies Salmonella Typhimurium  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Cheryl Nickerson of Tulane University is studying the effects of simulated low-g on a well-known pathogen, Salmonella typhimurium, a bacterium that causes two to four million cases of gastrointestinal illness in the United States each year. While most healthy people recover readily, S. typhimurium can kill people with weakened immune systems. Thus, a simple case of food poisoning could disrupt a space mission. Using the NASA rotating-wall bioreactor, Nickerson cultured S. typhimurium in modeled microgravity. Mice infected with the bacterium died an average of three days faster than the control mice, indicating that S. typhimurium's virulence was enhanced by the bioreactor. Earlier research showed that 3 percent of the genes were altered by exposure to the bioreactor. Nickerson's work earned her a 2001 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.

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Enrico Fermi Awards Ceremony for Dr. Allen J. Bard and Dr. Andrew Sessler, February 2014 (Presentations, including remarks by Energy Secretary, Dr. Ernest Moniz)  

ScienceCinema

The Fermi Award is a Presidential award and is one of the oldest and most prestigious science and technology honors bestowed by the U.S. Government. On February 3, 2014 it was conferred upon two exceptional scientists. The first to be recognized is Dr. Allen J. Bard, 'for international leadership in electrochemical science and technology, for advances in photoelectrochemistry and photocatalytic materials, processes, and devices, and for discovery and development of electrochemical methods including electrogenerated chemiluminescence and scanning electrochemical microscopy.' The other honoree is Dr. Andrew Sessler, 'for advancing accelerators as powerful tools of scientific discovery, for visionary direction of the research enterprise focused on challenges in energy and the environment, and for championing outreach and freedom of scientific inquiry worldwide.' Dr. Patricia Dehmer opened the ceremony, and Dr. Ernest Moniz presented the awards.

Moniz, Ernest [U.S. Energy Secretary

2014-08-22

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Enrico Fermi Awards Ceremony for Dr. Allen J. Bard and Dr. Andrew Sessler, February 2014 (Presentations, including remarks by Energy Secretary, Dr. Ernest Moniz)  

SciTech Connect

The Fermi Award is a Presidential award and is one of the oldest and most prestigious science and technology honors bestowed by the U.S. Government. On February 3, 2014 it was conferred upon two exceptional scientists. The first to be recognized is Dr. Allen J. Bard, 'for international leadership in electrochemical science and technology, for advances in photoelectrochemistry and photocatalytic materials, processes, and devices, and for discovery and development of electrochemical methods including electrogenerated chemiluminescence and scanning electrochemical microscopy.' The other honoree is Dr. Andrew Sessler, 'for advancing accelerators as powerful tools of scientific discovery, for visionary direction of the research enterprise focused on challenges in energy and the environment, and for championing outreach and freedom of scientific inquiry worldwide.' Dr. Patricia Dehmer opened the ceremony, and Dr. Ernest Moniz presented the awards.

Moniz, Ernest [U.S. Energy Secretary

2014-02-03

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Carbon dioxide and methane in karst systems Supervisors: Prof Dave Mattey, Dr Dave Lowry and Dr. Rebecca Fisher  

E-print Network

in environmental monitoring techniques in cave systems, stable isotope analysis of CO2 and CH4 in soil and cave air carbon isotopic evidence for oxidation of atmospheric methane in a dynamically ventilated caveCarbon dioxide and methane in karst systems Supervisors: Prof Dave Mattey, Dr Dave Lowry and Dr

Royal Holloway, University of London

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Chronic Pain and the Modulation of Self in Immersive Virtual Reality Dr. Diane Gromala, Dr. Chris Shaw, Meehae Song  

E-print Network

Chronic Pain and the Modulation of Self in Immersive Virtual Reality Dr. Diane Gromala, Dr. Chris 102 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3T 0A3 CANADA dgromala | shaw | meehaes@sfu.ca Abstract In contrast to "pain of agency over their experience of chronic pain. Meditating in Virtual Environments Many specialists who

Shaw, Chris

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Forest transitions and ecosystem services in Zimbabwe Supervisors: Dr Casey Ryan (UoE), Dr Isla Grundy (University of Zimbabwe)  

E-print Network

Forest transitions and ecosystem services in Zimbabwe Supervisors: Dr Casey Ryan (UoE), Dr Isla and a variety of other ecosystem services. However the expansion of agricultural land and the curing of tobacco is accelerating deforestation and forest degradation rates. These structural changes to the ecosystem threaten

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Climate change impacts on renewable energy is it all hot air? Dr Gareth P Harrison and Dr A Robin Wallace  

E-print Network

Climate change impacts on renewable energy ­ is it all hot air? Dr Gareth P Harrison and Dr A Robin energy sources is vital to constraining the extent of climate change. However, the very fact that such sources are driven by the climate may leave them exposed as climate changes over the coming decades

Harrison, Gareth

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ProFit Version 3.1 Dr. Andrew C.R. Martin, Dr. Craig T. Porter  

E-print Network

ProFit Version 3.1 Dr. Andrew C.R. Martin, Dr. Craig T. Porter University College London Document updated: 17th February, 2009 1 Introduction and Methodology ProFit (pronounced Pro-Fit, not profit, sequence, or by sequence alignment. Early versions of ProFit did not try to address the question of sorting

Martin, Andrew C.R.

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Rachel Hogan, Dr John Pye, Dr Clifford Ho, Edward Smith Solar Thermal Group, Research School of Engineering, ANU  

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Rachel Hogan¬Ļ, Dr John Pye¬Ļ, Dr Clifford Ho¬≤, Edward Smith¬≤ ¬ĻSolar Thermal Group, Research School in software Beheti & Scott, 1980 CSIRO heliostats Gemasolar #12;stg.anu.edu.au 4Hogan, John Pye, Ho and Smith Centroids of focal spot on target Baheti & Scott, 1980 Khalsa, Ho and Andraka, 2011 Sandia beam

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BL4212 HOW ENZYMES WORK Dr Rona R. Ramsay, Dr W. John Ingledew, Prof Malcolm F. White  

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BL4212 HOW ENZYMES WORK Dr Rona R. Ramsay, Dr W. John Ingledew, Prof Malcolm F. White Format Topics essays, 2 from 3 ­ summative. Learning objectives: · Understand how enzymes work · Understand the roles of selected enzymes in the cell · Literature searching and assimilation of knowledge ·Communication of science

Brierley, Andrew

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Dr. Randall Showing His Laser Projects to Officials From Germany and MSFC  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Joseph Randall, a laser expert at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), explains one of the projects he is working on to a group composed of Federal Republic of Germany and MSFC officials. From left are: Dr. Randall; Minister for Scientific Research of Federal Republic of Germany, Dr. Gerhard Stolenberg; Director of MSFC Astrionics Lab, Dr. Walter Haeusserman; Head of Space Research Federal Republic of Germany, Max Mayer; MSFC Director Dr. von Braun; MSFC Deputy Director Dr. Elberhard Rees.

1966-01-01

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Oligonucleotide-genotyping as a method of detecting the HLA-DR2 (DRw15)-Dw2, -DR2 (DRw15)-Dw12, -DR4-Dw15, and -DR4-D"KT2" haplotypes in the Japanese population.  

PubMed

We synthesized pairs of four different oligonucleotides, F22, F29, F42, and F158, to analyse the HLA-DR2 (DRw15) and -DR4 haplotypes in the Japanese population. After enzymatically amplifying the HLA-DRB1 gene, we hybridized the oligonucleotide probes with DNA extracted from 42 donors. Hybridization was completed between F22 and the DNA of haplotype DR2 (DRw15)-Dw2, between F29 and the DNA of DR2 (DRw15)-Dw12, between F42 and the DNA of DR4-D"KT2", and between F158 and the DNA of DR4-Dw15. In keeping with the nucleotide sequences of the probes, F29 hybridized also with DNA from the DR9-Dw23 haplotype and F158 with that from some of the DRw8 haplotypes (DRw8-Dw8.3) in the Japanese population. Results of this study demonstrate that the four oligonucleotides make useful probes for detecting the haplotypes above. PMID:2799805

Obata, F; Ito, I; Kaneko, T; Ohkubo, M; Ishimoto, A L; Abe, A; Kashiwagi, N

1989-05-01

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Prognostic Significance of DR-70 Levels in Dysplastic Colorectal Polyps  

PubMed Central

Background. To investigate the relationship between DR-70 serum levels and dysplastic colon polyps. Materials and Methods. A total of 130 patients with adenomatous polyps detected by colonoscopy and divided into two groups including low versus high grade polyp, along with 50 healthy blood donors were included in the study. Blood samples from each participant were analyzed for serum CEA and DR-70 levels. Results. No statistically significant differences were observed between the two groups in terms of age or gender. The median DR-70 level was 0.5??g/mL in the healthy control group and 1.1??g/mL in group 1b (i.e., the high grade polyp) (P < 0.001). DR-70 was higher in group 1b as compared to group 1a (P < 0.001). However, the median DR-70 values for the low grade polyp group (i.e., group 1a) and the control group were similar (P = 0.067). In order to determine independent predictors of high grade dysplasia, CEA, DR-70, polyp size, and age parameters were subjected to multiple logistical regression analyses via the Enter method; the model was statistically significant (P < 0.001). Conclusions. DR-70, a marker used to measure FDP, which is generated by all major cancers, is a potential marker to identify patients with advanced adenomatous polyps, that is, precursors of colorectal cancer. PMID:24348532

Yesil, Atakan; Babacan Abanonu, Gul; Colak, Yasar; Paker, Nurcan; Gonen, Can

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Molecular diversity of HLA-DR4 haplotypes.  

PubMed Central

Complementary DNA (cDNA) clones encoding beta chains of the DR and DQ regions and alpha chains of the DQ region were isolated and sequenced from four homozygous DR4 cell lines of different HLA-D types: GM3103(Dw4), FS(Dw10), BIN(Dw14), and KT3(Dw15). When compared with each other and with a previously published sequence from a DR4 (Dw13 cell line), the variability of DR beta 1 gene products is generally restricted to the region around amino acid position 70, with an additional polymorphism at position 86. Many of these differences, including an unusual amino acid substitution at position 57 in the Japanese cell line KT3(Dw15), may be due to gene conversion events from the DR beta 2 or DX beta genes. In contrast, DR beta 2 molecules are identical in Dw15, Dw10, and Dw4 cell lines. DQ beta chains isolated from GM3103(Dw4), FS(Dw10), and BIN40(Dw14) are also identical. However, the DQ beta sequence from cell line KT3(Dw15) differs substantially from all other previously reported DQ beta alleles, consistent with its serological designation, DQ "blank." The first domain sequences of DQ alpha chains were identical in all four cell lines. The data suggest that relatively circumscribed amino acid changes in the DR beta 1 molecule are responsible for the HLA-D typing differences between some haplotypes. PMID:3458223

Gregersen, P K; Shen, M; Song, Q L; Merryman, P; Degar, S; Seki, T; Maccari, J; Goldberg, D; Murphy, H; Schwenzer, J

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Dr-FtsA, an Actin Homologue in Deinococcus radiodurans Differentially Affects Dr-FtsZ and Ec-FtsZ Functions In Vitro  

PubMed Central

The Deinococcus radiodurans genome encodes homologues of divisome proteins including FtsZ and FtsA. FtsZ of this bacterium (Dr-FtsZ) has been recently characterized. In this paper, we study FtsA of D. radiodurans (Dr-FtsA) and its involvement in regulation of FtsZ function. Recombinant Dr-FtsA showed neither ATPase nor GTPase activity and its polymerization was ATP dependent. Interestingly, we observed that Dr-FtsA, when compared with E. coli FtsA (Ec-FtsA), has lower affinity for both Dr-FtsZ and Ec-FtsZ. Also, Dr-FtsA showed differential effects on GTPase activity and sedimentation characteristics of Dr-FtsZ and Ec-FtsZ. For instance, Dr-FtsA stimulated GTPase activity of Dr-FtsZ while GTPase activity of Ec-FtsZ was reduced in the presence of Dr-FtsA. Stimulation of GTPase activity of Dr-FtsZ by Dr-FtsA resulted in depolymerization of Dr-FtsZ. Dr-FtsA effects on GTPase activity and polymerization/depolymerisation characteristics of Dr-FtsZ did not change significantly in the presence of ATP. Recombinant E. coli expressing Dr-FtsA showed cell division inhibition in spite of in trans expression of Dr-FtsZ in these cells. These results suggested that Dr-FtsA, although it lacks ATPase activity, is still functional and differentially affects Dr-FtsZ and Ec-FtsZ function in vitro. PMID:25551229

Modi, Kruti; Misra, Hari S.

2014-01-01

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Pathogenesis of Afa/Dr Diffusely Adhering Escherichia coli  

PubMed Central

Over the last few years, dramatic increases in our knowledge about diffusely adhering Escherichia coli (DAEC) pathogenesis have taken place. The typical class of DAEC includes E. coli strains harboring AfaE-I, AfaE-II, AfaE-III, AfaE-V, Dr, Dr-II, F1845, and NFA-I adhesins (Afa/Dr DAEC); these strains (i) have an identical genetic organization and (ii) allow binding to human decay-accelerating factor (DAF) (Afa/DrDAF subclass) or carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) (Afa/DrCEA subclass). The atypical class of DAEC includes two subclasses of strains; the atypical subclass 1 includes E. coli strains that express AfaE-VII, AfaE-VIII, AAF-I, AAF-II, and AAF-III adhesins, which (i) have an identical genetic organization and (ii) do not bind to human DAF, and the atypical subclass 2 includes E. coli strains that harbor Afa/Dr adhesins or others adhesins promoting diffuse adhesion, together with pathogenicity islands such as the LEE pathogenicity island (DA-EPEC). In this review, the focus is on Afa/Dr DAEC strains that have been found to be associated with urinary tract infections and with enteric infection. The review aims to provide a broad overview and update of the virulence aspects of these intriguing pathogens. Epidemiological studies, diagnostic techniques, characteristic molecular features of Afa/Dr operons, and the respective role of Afa/Dr adhesins and invasins in pathogenesis are described. Following the recognition of membrane-bound receptors, including type IV collagen, DAF, CEACAM1, CEA, and CEACAM6, by Afa/Dr adhesins, activation of signal transduction pathways leads to structural and functional injuries at brush border and junctional domains and to proinflammatory responses in polarized intestinal cells. In addition, uropathogenic Afa/Dr DAEC strains, following recognition of ?1 integrin as a receptor, enter epithelial cells by a zipper-like, raft- and microtubule-dependent mechanism. Finally, the presence of other, unknown virulence factors and the way that an Afa/Dr DAEC strain emerges from the human intestinal microbiota as a ďsilent pathogenĒ are discussed. PMID:15831825

Servin, Alain L.

2005-01-01

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SDSS DR7 WHITE DWARF CATALOG  

SciTech Connect

We present a new catalog of spectroscopically confirmed white dwarf stars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Data Release 7 spectroscopic catalog. We find 20,407 white dwarf spectra, representing 19,712 stars, and provide atmospheric model fits to 14,120 DA and 1011 DB white dwarf spectra from 12,843 and 923 stars, respectively. These numbers represent more than a factor of two increase in the total number of white dwarf stars from the previous SDSS white dwarf catalogs based on DR4 data. Our distribution of subtypes varies from previous catalogs due to our more conservative, manual classifications of each star in our catalog, supplementing our automatic fits. In particular, we find a large number of magnetic white dwarf stars whose small Zeeman splittings mimic increased Stark broadening that would otherwise result in an overestimated log g if fit as a non-magnetic white dwarf. We calculate mean DA and DB masses for our clean, non-magnetic sample and find the DB mean mass is statistically larger than that for the DAs.

Kleinman, S. J.; Nitta, A. [Gemini Observatory, 670 North A'ohoku Place, Hilo, HI 96720 (United States); Kepler, S. O.; Pelisoli, Ingrid; Pecanha, Viviane; Costa, J. E. S. [Instituto de Fisica, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil); Koester, D. [Institut fuer Theoretische Physik und Astrophysik, Universitaet Kiel, D-24098 Kiel (Germany); Krzesinski, J. [Mt. Suhora Observatory, Pedagogical University of Cracow, ul. Podchorazych 2, 30-084 Cracow (Poland); Dufour, P.; Lachapelle, F.-R.; Bergeron, P. [Departement de Physique, Universite de Montreal, C. P. 6128, Succ. Centre-Ville, Montreal, Quebec H3C 3J7 (Canada); Yip, Ching-Wa [Department of Physics and Astronomy, The Johns Hopkins University, 3701 San Martin Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218 (United States); Harris, Hugh C. [United States Naval Observatory, Flagstaff Station, 10391 West Naval Observatory Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001-8521 (United States); Eisenstein, Daniel J. [Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, 60 Garden Street, MS 20, Cambridge, MA 02138 (United States); Althaus, L.; Corsico, A., E-mail: hch@nofs.navy.mil [Facultad de Ciencias Astronomicas y Geofisicas, Paseo del Bosque S/N, (1900) La Plata (Argentina)

2013-01-15

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Depth Profiling by Energetic Cluster Bombardment Dr. Barbara Garrison  

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Depth Profiling by Energetic Cluster Bombardment Dr. Barbara Garrison Shapiro Professor of solids by energetic clusters has drawn significant attention since it has been found experimentally projectiles. These properties of energetic cluster bombardment enable the depth profiling of various inorganic

Bj√łrnstad, Ottar Nordal

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EEL 6550 -Error Control Coding Dr. John M. Shea  

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EEL 6550 - Error Control Coding Dr. John M. Shea Spring 2008 Course web site: http://wireless.ece.ufl.edu/eel6550 Pre-requisite: EEL 5544 Noise in Linear Systems, basic knowledge of digital communications Meeting

Shea, John M.

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10. Copy by Historic American Buildings Survey of Dr. Collins ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

10. Copy by Historic American Buildings Survey of Dr. Collins Marchall photo Unknown photographer (App. 1880-1890) VIEW FROM NORTHWEST (front) - General John Mason House, Analostan Island or Theodore Roosevelt Island, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

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Entomological Science (2003) 6, 301308 Correspondence: Dr Kazunori Yoshizawa, Systematic  

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Entomological Science (2003) 6, 301­308 Correspondence: Dr Kazunori Yoshizawa, Systematic Entomology, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, 060-8589 Japan. Email: psocid Entomology, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan Abstract Two new

Yoshizawa, Kazunori

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Dr. Dimitris C. Lagoudas Texas A&M University  

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Dependent Response of Shape Memory Polymers Dr. Yi-Chao Chen University of Houston Houston, TX Karen S and Structures for Aerospace Vehicles Motivation · Shape Memory Polymer (SMP) Advantages · Ability to recover

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CONTACT ADDRESSES Chairman Dr. Mrcia M. C. Ferreira  

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CONTACT ADDRESSES CAC-2006 Chairman Dr. Márcia M. C. Ferreira Instituto de Química Universidade. Ferreira (BR) P. Geladi (SE) P. Gemperline (USA) L. Munck (DK) J. Havel (CZ) Y. V. Heyden (BE) Y. Liang (P

Ferreira, M√°rcia M. C.

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Dr. Christopher Langdon Freeman Assistant Professor of History  

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Dr. Christopher Langdon Freeman Assistant Professor of History 313 Tainter Hall Social-1100 freemanc@uwstout.edu EDUCATION: Ph.D. History, University of Minnesota, 2007. Dissertation Title: The Figure of a Hero: Reading Metaphor in the "New History

Wu, Mingshen

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Science for Kids exclusive: 'Worm wizard,' Dr. Shana Goffredi  

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Deep beneath Monterey Bay, California, weird worms topped with bright red, feathery "hats" gorge themselves at a whalebone buffet. In this ...... Dr. Shana K. Goffredi of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, answers a few questions about these unique animals.

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS;)

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3 October 2014 Dr Frances Maratos, University of Derby  

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addiction" 21 November 2014 Dr Judith de Groot, University of Bath "The development of morals in sustainable Joni Holmes, MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge "Working memory difficulties: Causes

Stone, J. V.

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FOOD 520 Advances in Food Analysis Instructor: Dr. Jerzy Zawistowski  

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, infrared spectroscopy, instrumental parameters. Enzymatic Analysis: properties of enzymes, enzyme kinetics Chromatography or Gas Chromatography: concepts and principles, methodology, instrumentation and applicationsPage | 1 FOOD 520 Advances in Food Analysis Instructor: Dr. Jerzy Zawistowski Credits: 3, Term 2

Farrell, Anthony P.

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Dr. Xiang-Qiang Chu Oak Ridge National Laboratory  

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Colloquium Dr. Xiang-Qiang Chu Oak Ridge National Laboratory "Neutron Scattering for Biological at the world's largest neutron source SNS at Oak Ridge National Lab, quasi-elastic neutron scattering (QENS

Baskaran, Mark

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Curriculum Vitae -Dr. Paul B. Demorest Contact Information  

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Scientist, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, VA. 2010­2011 Senior Research Associate, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, VA. 2007­2010 Jansky Fellow, National RadioCurriculum Vitae - Dr. Paul B. Demorest Contact Information Address National Radio Astronomy

Groppi, Christopher

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Prof. Dr. Johann Bauersachs Klinik fr Kardiologie und Angiologie  

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Medizinische Hochschule Hannover Mitralklappenrekonstruktion/-reparatur katheterinterventionell mit MitraClip Mitralklappe MitraClip System N=184 Everest II data presented at ACC 2010 2:1 R EVEREST II #12;Prof. Dr. J

Manstein, Dietmar J.

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Geodetic Metrology and Engineering Geodesy Prof. Dr. Hilmar Ingensand  

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Geodetic Metrology and Engineering Geodesy Prof. Dr. Hilmar Ingensand Geodetic Metrology and Engineering Geodesy Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic for applications in engineering geodesy. Our areas are high precision kinematic laser scanning, machine control

Giger, Christine

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Earthlets: Dr. Xargle's Book of Earthlets and Seven Blind Mice  

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Learners develop understandings of the differences between observations and inferences by analyzing Dr. Xargle's comical, yet misguided, attempts to teach his students about human babies. Learners then make observations and inferences of "mystery samples"

Morgan, Emily; Ansberry, Karen

2010-06-15

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HLA-DR-positive cells in the human amniochorion.  

PubMed

Human amniochorion has been studied by indirect immunofluorescence using a monoclonal antibody to a monomorphic determinant of HLA-DR antigens. Positive staining was noted only on significant numbers of large cells with irregular cytoplasmic processes in the mesenchymal connective tissue layer of the membranes. These cells resemble the dendritic-type, strongly HLA-DR-positive cells described by Steinman [3] and may be particularly relevant in immunobiological events at this important materno-foetal interface. PMID:6343235

Jenkins, D M; O'Neill, M; Johnson, P M

1983-02-01

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Earthlets: Dr. Xargle's Book of Earthlets and Seven Blind Mice  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Learners develop understandings of the differences between observations and inferences by analyzing Dr. Xargle's comical, yet misguided, attempts to teach his students about human babies. Learners then make observations and inferences of "mystery samples" collected from Planet Earth by Dr. Xargle. This free selection includes several science lessons that use children's books to guide inquiry, along with several activity pages. Also included is the Table of Contents and Preface.

2005-01-01

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun at the launch of Apollo 11.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Mission officials relax, all smiles, a few moments after the successful launch of the Apollo 11 spacecraft by Saturn V vehicle AS-506. Relieved of the tension of waiting through the countdown are (left to right) Charles W. Matthews, NASA deputy associate administrator for manned space flight; Dr. Wernher Von Braun, Director of the Marshall Space Flight Center; Dr. George E. Meuller, NASA associate administrator for manned spaceflight, and Lt. General Samuel C. Phillips, director of the Apollo program.

1999-01-01

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Start Paint Branch Dr End 3501 University Blvd E  

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Start Paint Branch Dr End 3501 University Blvd E Hyattsville, MD 20783 Travel 1.3 mi ­ about 5 mins ©2008 Google - Map data ©2008 NAVTEQTM - Terms of Use Page 1 of 2Paint Branch Dr to 3501 University Blvd E, Hyattsville, MD 20783 - Google Maps 6/1/2008http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&hl=en&geocode=&saddr=Paint

Gruner, Daniel S.

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DR-CONTRACT: An Architecture for e-Contracts  

E-print Network

DR-CONTRACT: An Architecture for e-Contracts in Defeasible Logic Guido Governatori* and Duy Hoang.governatori,duyhoang.pham}@nicta.com.au * Corresponding author Abstract: We introduce the DR-CONTRACT architecture to represent and reason on e-Contracts the choice for the logic and we show how to extend RuleML to capture the notions relevant to describe e-contracts

Governatori, Guido

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LabVIEW/DAQ by Dr. M. Kostic LabVIEW -DAQ  

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LabVIEW/DAQ by Dr. M. Kostic LabVIEW - DAQ Data Acquisition Dr. M. Kostic NIU - Mechanical Engineering LabVIEW/DAQ by Dr. M. Kostic What is LabVIEW - G l Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench l FullVIEW/DAQ by Dr. M. Kostic Let's switch to LabVIEW software and play.... Show some Examples... #12;Lab

Kostic, Milivoje M.

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Satellite Ultrasound for Rural Stroke (SURS) Principal investigator: Dr Alasdair Mort, University of Aberdeen  

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Satellite Ultrasound for Rural Stroke (SURS) Principal investigator: Dr Alasdair Mort, University clinician for scanning technique advice and review. Contact: Dr Alasdair Mort 014630255886. a.mort@abdn.ac.uk Staff Profile: Principal Investigator: Dr Alasdair Mort Team members: Professor Phil Wilson Dr Leila

Levi, Ran

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Academic Department Chairs Anthropology Dr. Joel Robbins jrobbins@weber.ucsd.edu (858) 822-2612  

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University of California-Berkeley, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, Mentors: Dr. Rebecca Heald and Dr. Barbara  

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: Ceramics Advisor: Dr. Kevin Van Doren (d. 1995) B.S. Highlands High School, Fort Thomas, Kentucky Diploma Underrepresented Fellowship Awardee, Gordon Research Conference, Motile & Contractile Systems 2009 40 under 40

Skop, Ahna

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University of California-Berkeley, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, Mentors: Dr. Rebecca Heald and Dr. Barbara  

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: Ceramics Advisor: Dr. Kevin Van Doren (d. 1995) B.S. Highlands High School, Fort Thomas, Kentucky Diploma the Wisconsin Alumni Association (WAA) 2010 Carl Storm Underrepresented Fellowship Awardee, Gordon Research

Skop, Ahna

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Remaining Sites Verification Package for 132-DR-1, 1608-DR Effluent Pumping Station, Waste Site Reclassification Form 2005-035  

SciTech Connect

Radiological characterization, decommissioning and demolition of the 132-DR-1 site, 1608-DR Effluent Pumping Station was performed in 1987. The current site conditions achieve the remedial action objectives and the corresponding remedial action goals established in the Remaining Sites ROD. Residual concentrations support future land uses that can be represented by a rural-residential scenario and pose no threat to groundwater or the Columbia River based on RESRAD modeling.

R. A. Carlson

2005-09-22

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Utilisation of galacto-oligosaccharides as selective substrates for growth by lactic acid bacteria including Bifidobacterium lactis DR10 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus DR20  

Microsoft Academic Search

Two probiotic strains of bacteria Bifidobacterium lactis DR10 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus DR20 were tested for their ability to utilise and grow on galacto-oligosaccharides present in a commercial hydrolysed lactose milk powder. The results clearly demonstrated that B. lactis DR10 preferentially utilises tri- and tetra-saccharides whereas Lb. rhamnosus DR20 prefers sugars with a lower degree of polymerisation, i.e., disaccharides and monosaccharides.

Pramod K Gopal; Patrick A Sullivan; John B Smart

2001-01-01

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Detection of HLA-DR associated PLT determinants by alloreactive lymphocyte clones.  

PubMed

This study deals with alloreactive T-cell clones which recognize cellular determinants associated with HLA-DR antigens. Two clones, CB55 and DS56, exhibited a PLT specificity that was perfectly associated with DR5. On the other hand, clones CB7, DS1 and HS1 showed PLT reactivity with approximately one-half of the DR5 positive cells and none of the DR5 negative cells, whereas clone MD4 largely reacted with the other half of DR5 positive cells. Another MLR culture generated two alloreactive clones DS6 and DS9 with PLT specificity for DR2. However, these clones did not respond to DR2 cells, which were also positive for the DR2-associated HLA-B7 and B18 antigens. Monoclonal antibody (mAb) inhibition studies showed heterogenous patterns, whereby monomorphic non-DR mAbs inhibited the DR2-associated PLT clones while the DR5-associated PLT clones were inhibited by different groups of anti-DR and non-DR mAbs. These observations suggest the existence of several lymphocyte-activating determinants associated with HLA-DR antigens. This diversity may be an important consideration in studies of the role of HLA-DR in immune mechanisms and transplant compatibility. PMID:6604694

Zeevi, A; Annen, K; Scheffel, C; Duquesnoy, R J

1983-01-01

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Enrico Fermi Awards Ceremony for Dr. Mildred S. Dresselhaus and Dr. Burton Richter, May 2012 (Presentations, including remarks by Energy Secretary, Dr. Steven Chu)  

Microsoft Academic Search

The Fermi Award is a Presidential award and is one of the oldest and most prestigious science and technology honors bestowed by the U.S. Government. On May 7, 2012 it was conferred upon two exceptional scientists: Dr. Mildred Dresselhaus, 'for her scientific leadership, her major contributions to science and energy policy, her selfless work in science education and the advancement

Steven

2012-01-01

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Ethical reflection in dentistry: First steps at the faculty of dental surgery of Dr Olivier Hamel, Dr Christine Marchal, Dr Michel Sixou, Pr Christian Herv  

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1 Ethical reflection in dentistry: First steps at the faculty of dental surgery of Toulouse. Dr College of Dentists 2006;73(3):36-9" #12;2 Ethical reflection in dentistry: prospects at the faculty in the dental profession through the example of a survey of ethical reflection and ethical issues in dentistry

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Insect Rearing Center Toured by Top Mississippi State University Administrators 8 June 2010, Dr. Mark Keenum, President, and Dr. Gregory Bohach, Vice President for  

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Insect Rearing Center Toured by Top Mississippi State University Administrators 8 June 2010, Dr, and Veterinary Medicine, toured the MSU Insect Rearing Center for over an hour. They were greeted by Dr. Clarence Davis, Insect Rearing Center Director. Presentations and/or demonstrations were made by Dr. John

Ray, David

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GENERAL CHEMISTRY (01:160:162) -FALL 2010 LECTURERS: Dr. Gene Hall (gene@genehall.com) and Dr. Nancy Marky (marky@rutchem.rutgers.edu)  

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1 GENERAL CHEMISTRY (01:160:162) - FALL 2010 LECTURERS: Dr. Gene Hall (gene@genehall.com) and Dr. Nancy Marky (marky@rutchem.rutgers.edu) COURSE COORDINATOR: Dr. Nancy Marky Welcome to Chemistry 162 CHEMISTRY FOURTH ADDITION by Hill, Petrucci, McCreary and Perry. (Prentice Hall). 2) SELECTED SOLUTIONS

Lawson, Catherine L.

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Resveratrol, Sirtuins, and the Promise of a DR Mimetic  

PubMed Central

Dietary restriction (DR) delays or prevents age-related diseases and extends lifespan in species ranging from yeast to primates. Although the applicability of this regimen to humans remains uncertain, a proportional response would add more healthy years to the average life than even a cure for cancer or heart disease. Because it is unlikely that many would be willing or able to maintain a DR lifestyle, there has been intense interest in mimicking its beneficial effects on health, and potentially longevity, with drugs. To date, such efforts have been hindered primarily by our lack of mechanistic understanding of how DR works. Sirtuins, NAD+-dependent deacetylases and ADP-ribosyltransferases that influence lifespan in lower organisms, have been proposed to be key mediators of DR, and based on this model, the sirtuin activator resveratrol has been proposed as a candidate DRmimetic. Indeed, resveratrol extends lifespan in yeast, worms, flies, and a short-lived species of fish. In rodents, resveratrol improves health, and prevents the early mortality associated with obesity, but its precise mechanism of action remains a subject of debate, and extension of normal lifespan has not been observed. This review summarizes recent work on resveratrol, sirtuins, and their potential to mimic beneficial effects of DR. PMID:20219519

Baur, Joseph A.

2010-01-01

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Forest Research Executive Board Meeting 28 November 2006 Present: Prof. J M Lynch (Chair) Dr H F Evans  

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F Evans Mr W L Mason Mr K N Charles Dr A J Moffat Dr X Christophers Dr C Quine Prof. P Freer-Smith Prof. S Evans Mr. T Cornwell Dr D Shannon Apologies: Dr J Dutch Mr K Charles Mr. I Tubby attended research strategy and David Evans will continue to provide input. 6. David Shannon (DS) has already had

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The remains of Dr. Carl Austin Weiss: anthropological analysis.  

PubMed

Anthropological analysis of the remains of Dr. Carl Austin Weiss revealed biological information consistent with his known characteristics. Postmortem changes included decomposition of amalgam dental restorations, likely releasing mercury that stained the anterior dentition, deposition of sulphur compounds on much of the skeleton, and the formation of numerous small bone fractures. Analysis revealed extensive perimortem trauma, indicating multiple gunshot wounds to the upper body. Trajectory analysis of the bony trauma suggested that at least 20 projectiles penetrated Dr. Weiss's body. They originated from many different directions, but mostly from the posterior. No bony changes associated with perimortem trauma of the hands were noted. PMID:8934701

Ubelaker, D H

1996-01-01

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Group Achievement Award: The SCUBA team; George Darwin Lecturer: Dr Neil Gehrels; Harold Jeffreys Lecturer: Dr Emma Bunce; Honorary Fellow  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Group Achievement Award goes to the SCUBA team of W K Gear, W S Holland, E I Robson, C R Cunningham, J F Lightfoot, T Jenness, R J Ivison, J A Stevens, P A R Ade, M J Griffin, W D Duncan, J A Murphy and D A Naylor. The 2009 George Darwin Lecturer is Dr Neil Gehrels, Chief of the Astroparticle Physics Laboratory at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. The 2009 Harold Jeffreys Lecturer is Dr Emma Bunce of the University of Leicester.

2009-02-01

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LHDC ACM 2014: Programme President: Dr Judith Jones  

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Library, Garrod Building 09.00 Welcome by the President: Dr Judith Jones 09.15 `Admissions ­ now and then of Dentistry 10.45 Coffee and Trade Show: Old Library, Garrod Building 11.15 Presentations from the 2012 13.00 Lunch and Trade Show: Old Library, Garrod Building 14.15 `Tsunami of Silver Surfers

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Meet your Leaders in Learning INSTRUCTOR Dr. Catherine Rawn  

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Meet your Leaders in Learning INSTRUCTOR Dr. Catherine Rawn Office: Kenny Psychology Building, Room by and say hi! Email: cdrawn@psych.ubc.ca Please put "Psyc 101" in the Subject line and use your UBC email account or your message could get lost. Before emailing, please check your class notes, syllabus

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A bulimic ruminator? The case of Dr Samuel Johnson.  

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Utilizing a wide range of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century biographical sources, the eating pathology of Dr Samuel Johnson is illustrated and examined. His presenting symptoms are considered in the light of modern criteria for eating disorders and current research on bulimia nervosa and rumination disorder. PMID:1488483

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Aluminum Removal from Photographic Waste Submitted to Dr. Tony Bi  

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Aluminum Removal from Photographic Waste Submitted to Dr. Tony Bi By: Kristen Favel, Tiffany Jung, and Kenny Tam CHBE 484 University of British Columbia April 15, 2009 #12;ii "Aluminum Removal from photographic waste has shown elevated levels of aluminum in the fixer, which exceed sewer discharge standards

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CSC 4510 Machine Learning Dr. Mary-Angela Papalaskari  

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CSC 4510 ­ Machine Learning Dr. Mary-Angela Papalaskari Department of Computing Sciences Villanova - Villanova University #12;Machine Learning CSC 4510 - M.A. Papalaskari - Villanova University #12;3 What experience." #12;4 What is Machine Learning? ·Arthur Samuel (1959): Machine Learning: Field of study

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Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Dr. Markus Flury, Professor  

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-335-8674 E-mail: flury@wsu.edu www: http://akasha.wsu.edu Graduate Research Assistantship (Ph.D.) in Soil), Hydrology, Physics, or a related field. The Assistantship will lead to a PhD degree in Soil ScienceDepartment of Crop and Soil Sciences Dr. Markus Flury, Professor Phone: 509-335-1719 Fax: 509

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Spallation-Driven Cold Neutron Sources Dr. Bradley J. Micklich  

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7 VJHYTHEWEATm 1 By Dr. Charles F,Brooks  

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June 2ia Fep.tuv& 7 VJHYTHEWEATm 1 By Dr. Charles F,Brooks of Clark University SHORT VSr LONG HOT of cold air occUPie6 Canada, and an impressive battle oommenced between it and the southern hi degrees Fahrebheif from the 42nd para1161 South* Along the battle front the cold air locally ran over

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MODEL FROM COLLECTION OF DR. TIMOTHY L. FLINN, OF HOWE ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

MODEL FROM COLLECTION OF DR. TIMOTHY L. FLINN, OF HOWE PIPE TRUSS BRIDGE (NO LONGER EXTANT) SPANNING DEEP CREEK, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, CONSTRUCTED BY FLINN-MOYER COMPANY IN 1896. BARREL VIEW. - Clear Fork of Brazos River Suspension Bridge, Spanning Clear Fork of Brazos River at County Route 179, Albany, Shackelford County, TX

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MODEL FROM COLLECTION OF DR. TIMOTHY L. FLINN, OF HOWE ...  

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MODEL FROM COLLECTION OF DR. TIMOTHY L. FLINN, OF HOWE PIPE TRUSS BRIDGE (NO LONGER EXTANT) SPANNING DEEP CREEK, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, CONSTRUCTED BY FLINN-MOYER COMPANY IN 1896. ELEVATION VIEW. - Clear Fork of Brazos River Suspension Bridge, Spanning Clear Fork of Brazos River at County Route 179, Albany, Shackelford County, TX

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MODEL FROM COLLECTION OF DR. TIMOTHY L. FLINN, OF HOWE ...  

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MODEL FROM COLLECTION OF DR. TIMOTHY L. FLINN, OF HOWE PIPE TRUSS BRIDGE (NO LONGER EXTANT) SPANNING DEEP CREEK, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, CONSTRUCTED BY FLINN-MOYER COMPANY IN 1896. 3/4 VIEW FROM ABOVE. - Clear Fork of Brazos River Suspension Bridge, Spanning Clear Fork of Brazos River at County Route 179, Albany, Shackelford County, TX

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MODEL FROM COLLECTION OF DR. TIMOTHY L. FLINN, OF HOWE ...  

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MODEL FROM COLLECTION OF DR. TIMOTHY L. FLINN, OF HOWE PIPE TRUSS BRIDGE (NO LONGER EXTANT) SPANNING DEEP CREEK, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, CONSTRUCTED BY FLINN-MOYER COMPANY IN 1896. 3/4 VIEW. - Clear Fork of Brazos River Suspension Bridge, Spanning Clear Fork of Brazos River at County Route 179, Albany, Shackelford County, TX

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6. View of DR 3 antenna typical backstay concrete stanchion ...  

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6. View of DR 3 antenna typical back-stay concrete stanchion showing embedded anchors and structural steel leg with pin attachment. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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2. View of southerly DR 1 antenna looking north 25 ...  

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2. View of southerly DR 1 antenna looking north 25 degrees west and and showing radar scanner building no. 105 east face through antenna. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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3. View of middle DR 2 antenna looking north 30 ...  

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3. View of middle DR 2 antenna looking north 30 degrees west and showing radar scanner building no. 105 east face through antenna. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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7. View of DR 3 antenna typical front stay concrete ...  

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7. View of DR 3 antenna typical front stay concrete showing embedment anchors, foundation steel base plate, vertical member with small diameter turnbuckles, antenna assembly in background, and story board for scale. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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DR. SABRINA SCHUCK UC IRVINE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE  

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ASSURING PERFORMANCE IN E-COMMERCE SYSTEMS Dr. John Murphy  

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Dr. Itay Halevy Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences  

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Dr. Itay Halevy Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences The Precambrian ocean green: Experiments and models of iron formation genesis About 2.5 billion years ago, Earth's atmosphere and oceans underwent of the best lines of evidence for anoxia on Earth's early surface is the existence of iron and silica

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Land Transformation Model (LTM) Dr. Bryan C. Pijanowski  

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Forensic Anthropology Dr. Nancy E. Todd SUMMER 2013  

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David Alciatore ("Dr. Dave") ILLUSTRATED PRINCIPLES The 30 rule  

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David Alciatore ("Dr. Dave") ILLUSTRATED PRINCIPLES The 30¬į rule: Part III ¬≠ Carom vs. Cut Note in my last two articles, if you don't know the 30¬ļ rule yet, learning it can truly transform your game. Like the 90¬ļ rule presented in my previous series of three articles, the 30¬ļ rule helps you predict

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David Alciatore ("Dr. Dave") ILLUSTRATED PRINCIPLES The 30 rule  

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David Alciatore ("Dr. Dave") ILLUSTRATED PRINCIPLES The 30¬į rule Part I ¬≠ The Basics Note 3.8) help you locate the resources on the website. If you don't know the 30¬ļ rule yet, learning it can truly transform your game. Like the 90¬ļ rule, presented in my previous series of three articles

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David Alciatore ("Dr. Dave") ILLUSTRATED PRINCIPLES The 30 rule  

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David Alciatore ("Dr. Dave") ILLUSTRATED PRINCIPLES The 30¬į rule: Part II ¬≠ Examples Note, if you don't know the 30¬ļ rule yet, learning it can truly transform your game. Like the 90¬ļ rule presented in my previous series of three articles, the 30¬ļ rule helps you predict the path of the cue ball

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Forestry 210 -Introductory Soils Dr. Cory C. Cleveland  

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.14 (4) 10/29 18 Soil Acidity and Alkalinity 9.1-9.8 (4) 10/31 19 Midterm 2: Soil Physical and ChemicalForestry 210 - Introductory Soils Fall 2007 Dr. Cory C. Cleveland Syllabus Tentative Schedule Required Reading Date Class Topic Chapter (Opt. Text) 8/27 1 Introduction / Soils and History 8/29 2 Soils

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EEL 6535 -Digital Communications Dr. John M. Shea  

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EEL 6535 - Digital Communications Dr. John M. Shea Spring 2009 Pre-requisite: EEL 5544 messaging: On AIM: eel6535. My client (Adium on Mac OS X) supports inline LaTeX math, which allows with the gaim-latex plug-in to achieve the same thing. Class Web page: http://wireless.ece.ufl.edu/eel6535

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At a Glance......... Dr. Gary C. Pavlis, Ph. D  

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Project: Vitamin Shoppe 1 A Adviser: Dr. Nembhard  

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Catalysis for total synthesis Prof. Dr Alois FRSTNER  

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#12;Catalysis for total synthesis Prof. Dr Alois F√?RSTNER Director, Max-Planck-Institut f√ľr are privileged substrates in gold- and platinum catalysis. Recent mechanistic studies in this field and the development of asymmetric variants will be discussed. Selected applications to the total synthesis

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Biologische Evolution Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Wolfgang Schumann  

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= biologische Evolution 3. Biologische Evolution #12;22 Entwicklung der Evolutionstheorie Charles Darwin Alfred1 Biologische Evolution Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Wolfgang Schumann Institut f√ľr Genetik Universit√§t: Evolution 3. Internet: Abbildungen #12;3 Vom Urknall zur Kultur 1. Kosmische Evolution 2. Chemische

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Please Join Us as Dr. Arnold F. Stancell Presents  

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recommendations for improved offshore drilling safety following the BP oil spill tragedy. Dr. Stancell in an explosion and fire aboard the Deep Water Horizon drilling rig. The spill gushed five million barrels of oil from the damaged well before it could be capped 89 days later. Recommendations for improved offshore

Miami, University of

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Gifted Kids, Social Issues, and the Works of Dr. Seuss  

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Gifted students often share a sense of justice and a concern for the welfare of mankind and the planet. This humanitarian feeling may sometimes be overlooked, given today's academic focus. The author has taken an in-depth look at the works of Theodor Geisel, popularly known as Dr. Seuss, and moved beyond his whimsical illustrations and wordplay toÖ

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SMART LIGHTING ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER Dr. Shiv Kalyanaraman  

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SMART LIGHTING ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER Presents Dr. Shiv Kalyanaraman Chief Scientist, IBM exciting opportunities for deploying Smart Lighting, sensor networks and controls systems in advanced transportation management systems. The Smart Lighting ERC is pleased to host Rensselaer Alum and former ECSE

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CSC4510MachineLearning Dr.MaryAngelaPapalaskari  

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CSC4510­MachineLearning Dr.MaryAngelaPapalaskari DepartmentofCompuBngSciences VillanovaUniversity Coursewebsite: www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/4510/ 4:Regression(con.nued) 1CSC4510M:Simpleexampleusingexcel CSC4510M.A.PapalaskariVillanovaUniversity 2 #12;Today · Howtoapplygradientdescenttominimizethe

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Introduction CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1  

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Introduction CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1 CSC 1051 ­ Algorithms and Data: www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/1051/ Some slides in this presentation are adapted from the slides accompanying Java Software Solutions by Lewis & Loftus CSC 1051 M.A. Papalaskari, Villanova University

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Strings and Printing CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr Papalaskari 1  

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Strings and Printing CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr Papalaskari 1 CSC 1051 ­ Algorithms and Data: www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/1051/ Some slides in this presentation are adapted from the slides accompanying Java Software Solutions by Lewis & Loftus CSC 1051 M.A. Papalaskari, Villanova University Basics

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Arrays, Part 2 CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1  

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Arrays, Part 2 CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1 CSC 1051 ­ Data Structures: www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/1051/ Some slides in this presentation are adapted from the slides accompanying Java Software Solutions by Lewis & Loftus CSC 1051 M.A. Papalaskari, Villanova University Arrays

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CSC4510MachineLearning Dr.MaryAngelaPapalaskari  

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CSC4510­MachineLearning Dr.MaryAngelaPapalaskari DepartmentofCompuBngSciences VillanovaUniversity Coursewebsite: www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/4510/ Lecture2: HistoryandOverviewofMachineLearning 1CSC4510M.A.PapalaskariVillanovaUniversity #12;CSC4510M.A.PapalaskariVillanovaUniversity 2 "Itwon'ttrulybeanautonomous vehicleun

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CSC 4510 Machine Learning Dr. MaryAngela Papalaskari  

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CSC 4510 ­ Machine Learning Dr. MaryAngela Papalaskari Department of CompuBng Sciences Villanova University Course website: www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/4510/ 7: Neural Networks ­ Exercises with AISpace class at Villanova hQp://www.csc.villanova.edu/~matuszek/spring2011/index.html CSC 4510 M

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CSC 4510 Machine Learning Dr. MaryAngela Papalaskari  

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CSC 4510 ­ Machine Learning Dr. MaryAngela Papalaskari Department of CompuBng Sciences Villanova University Course website: www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/4510/ 5: Mul'variate Regression 1 CSC 4510 M refresher CSC 4510 M.A. Papalaskari Villanova University 2 #12;What's next? · Mul

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FS 531: Advanced Food Safety and Quality Dr. Jeff Culbertson  

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FS 531: Advanced Food Safety and Quality Professor: Dr. Jeff Culbertson Office: Hulbert 305B Phone topics related to food safety and quality including current issues regarding microbiological and viral and SQF standards. Impacts of recent regulations, such as the Food Safety and Modernization Act of 2011

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New Directions and Approached to Cancer Treatment: Dr Mike Partridge  

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New Directions and Approached to Cancer Treatment: Imaging Dr Mike Partridge STFC Workshop, Birmingham, 28th January 2010 Joint Department of Physics The Institute of Cancer Research / The Royal to treatment to determine anatomical targets and organs-at-risk. · A clear next step is to use biological

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Spring 2014 | Dr. Al-Kodmany Back to the Beach  

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I Spring 2014 | Dr. Al-Kodmany Back to the Beach A Community-Based Approach to Sustainable Economic Development Miller Beach, City of Gary, Indiana #12;II Instructor Kheir Al-Kodmany Project Managers Moira, beaches and parks, and a vibrant and diverse community that is committed to seeing it thrive well

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Horizons of Knowledge Lecture Dr. Lerone A. Martin  

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in American Religious History Friday, April 18 at 5:00 p.m. Georgian Room Indiana Memorial University Dr of Modern African American Religion, is forthcoming with New York University Press. In the featured lecture as a product to be bought and sold in the market- place and the rise of an American celebrity preacher

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Dublin Core: metadata for interoperability Dr. Makx Dekkers  

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Dublin Core: metadata for interoperability Dr. Makx Dekkers Managing Director, Dublin Core Metadata of the Dublin Core metadata standard, followed by an overview of the metadata elements that constitute the standard. Finally, it gives some examples of how to implement Dublin Core in XHTML, XML and RDF. Makx

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Exobiology: An interview with Dr. Stanley L. Miller  

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This page contains the transcript of an interview with Dr. Stanley Miller about his research on the origins of life. Topics touched on include the nature of early Earth's reducing atmosphere, some basic prebiotic chemistry, the Panspermia theory, ideas about spontaneous generation, and the Urey-Miller electrical discharge experiment. This would be accessible for teachers and secondary or higher level students.

Sean Henahan

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Dr. G. Ward Wilson 1 Mine ARD G. Ward Wilson  

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to neutralize the sulfuric acid (i.e. carbonates). Hence, the net acid released is defined as: "Acid Rock Comments: 1. Acid production is initially a slow process which requires time to develop. However, once 10 6 x 1.64) The potential for producing sulfuric acid and acid drainage appears overwhelming. #12;Dr

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28. View of data test area for DR data take ...  

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28. View of data test area for DR data take off set operators panel and cabinet at second floor of transmitter building no. 102 in MIP area. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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ECE 3550 DIGITAL DESIGN Instructor: Dr. Janos Grantner  

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the Class Web Page. J. F. Wakerly, Digital Design, Principles and Practices, Third Edition, Prentice Digital Design, McGraw-Hill, 1990 Software (required): Current Xilinx WebPack (14.7) and ModelSim PEECE 3550 DIGITAL DESIGN FALL 2014 Instructor: Dr. Janos Grantner Office: Room A-246 Phone: (269

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Dr. Jimeng Sun1 IBM TJ Watson Research Center  

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Dr. Jimeng Sun1 IBM TJ Watson Research Center Wednesday, March 20, 2013 Time: 1:00 1 Washington. Jimeng Sun is a research staff member at Healthcare Analytic Department of IBM TJ Watson Research Center papers, filed over 20 patents (4 granted). He has received ICDM best research paper in 2007, SDM best

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CONDUCTION HEAT TRANSFER Dr. Ruhul Amin Fall 2011  

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Another Use for Dr. Seuss: Reading for Social Skills  

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Time is limited. Teachers often struggle to address the diverse needs of learners in their classrooms, especially when faced with academic and social skills concerns. Finding effective ways to teach social skills in the context of academic instruction makes sense. Books by Dr. Seuss provide a variety of high-interest stories that can be used toÖ

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ECOLOGY ABIO 320 FALL 2013 DR. CARACO BIOLOGY 253  

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1 ECOLOGY ABIO 320 FALL 2013 DR. CARACO BIOLOGY 253 Course Web Page: www Scores Links to Lectures #12;2 Texts Gotelli, NJ. A Primer of Ecology. 4 th Edit., 2008 (Required ) Alstad, D. Basic Populus Models of Ecology. 2001 [Rec ] Link to Download Populus on Course Web Page

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Degree Day Calculations Dr. Nikki Rothwell, District Fruit IPM Educator  

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Degree Day Calculations Dr. Nikki Rothwell, District Fruit IPM Educator Since insects are cold the number of degree days for a specific day. One degree day results when the average temperature for a day), on a day when the average temperature was 51 degrees F, one degree day accumulated. These daily

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Name: dhr. prof. dr. K.C.B. Roes Biostatistics  

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Z25 Adaptive and Mobile Systems Dr. Cecilia Mascolo  

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The Centre for Blood Research Dr. Peter Schubert  

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& Laboratory Medicine Research Associate, Canadian Blood Services "Transfusion science of blood safetyThe Centre for Blood Research Dr. Peter Schubert Clinical Associate Professor Pathology" As a blood banking organization, Canadian Blood Services is committed to blood component quality and safety

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Dr. Laura Sullivan-Green Civil and Environmental Engineering  

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Non-Realist Writing Co-ordinator: Dr Edwina Keown  

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: Introduction Week 2: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein Week 3: Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll further reading: Chris Baldick, In Frankenstein's Shadow: Myth, Monstrosity and Nineteenth-century Writing, Screams of Reason: Mad Science and Modern Culture (New York: Norton, 1999) #12;

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Ganoderma in South Africa Article prepared by Dr Martin Coetzee  

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How Should a Bird Select Worms? Dr. Gerda de Vries  

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How Should a Bird Select Worms? Dr. Gerda de Vries Department of Mathematical Sciences University of Alberta Consider a bird searching a patch of lawn for worms. There are two types of worms living worms should the bird eat? If the worms were equally abundant and the bird could extract either type

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Hoopla stalls and evidential value Dr. David Lucy  

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About the Author Dr. Evangelos Triantaphyllou did all his  

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About the Author Dr. Evangelos Triantaphyllou did all his graduate studies at Penn State University and knowledge discov- ery and has also explored some of the most fundamental and intriguing subjects in decision in 2008 by World Scientific). He has also pub- lished special issues of journals in the above areas

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Boundary Element Method for Internal Axisymmetric Flow Dr. Alexander Gokhman  

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Practical Memory Checking with Dr. Memory Derek Bruening  

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Practical Memory Checking with Dr. Memory Derek Bruening Google bruening@google.com Qin Zhao Massachusetts Institute of Technology qin zhao@csail.mit.edu Abstract--Memory corruption, reading uninitialized memory, using freed memory, and other memory-related errors are among the most difficult programming bugs

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UMASS VOCAL JAZZ ENSEMBLE Dr. Catherine Jensen-Hole-Director  

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UMASS VOCAL JAZZ ENSEMBLE Dr. Catherine Jensen-Hole-Director cathyhole@hotmail.com 413 577 2459 The UMass Vocal Jazz Ensemble is the primary ensemble for vocal jazz studies. The ensemble has received a Best Collegiate Jazz Choir award by Downbeat magazine. It consists of 8-16 singers and a rhythm section

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Title Position Holder Increased GPA Student Affairs Dr. Charles Brown  

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Title Position Holder Metrics: Increased GPA Student Affairs Dr. Charles Brown Assoc. Dean and / or historical Graduation Rates 1% 4% Cost of relevant programs and assessment Conduct program reviews student review Increase on campus housing with the creation of the Innovation Village resident complex

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CTAHR Faculty Research Portfolio 200954 Dr. Carl Evensen  

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Ethics and Waterfowl Hunting Dr. Robert D. Brown  

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A Graphical Introduction to Survey Adjustment DR. W. TOBLER  

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ME 4730 -CERAMICS -Fall 2012 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. S. M. Mukhopadhyay  

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ME 4730 - CERAMICS - Fall 2012 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. S. M. Mukhopadhyay email: sharmila. INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS 2nd ed., W.D.Kingery, H.K.Bowen and D.R.Uhlman, Wiley Interscience 2. Modern Emerging and Engineering, an Introduction, 8th Edition" John Wiley & Sons, 2008. Physical Ceramics, Y.Chiang, D.Birnie III

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Interference Effects in Resonance Raman Spectroscopy Dr. Lasse Jensen  

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Interference Effects in Resonance Raman Spectroscopy Dr. Lasse Jensen Assistant Professor a possibility that interference effects may occur. Interference can be constructive and result in an increased/TCNE complex two overlapping CT excitations causes interference effects that change relative peak intensities

Bj√łrnstad, Ottar Nordal

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The Centre for Blood Research Dr. Heyu Ni  

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Associate Professor Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, Department of Medicine information: 604 822 7407 Host: Dr. Ed Pryzdial, Clinical Professor Pathology and Laboratory Medicine & Centre for this non-classical mechanism of platelet aggregation. To examine whether plasma fibronectin (p

Strynadka, Natalie

355

Dr Skateboard's Action Science: Teaching Physics in Context  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In order to create student interest and promote new connections to the understanding of fundamental physics concepts, there is a need for new approaches and methods that are both contemporary and relevant. Dr Skateboard's Action Science, a curriculum supplement comprising video instruction and classroom activities, is an example that focuses onÖ

Robertson, William H.

2009-01-01

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URBAN ROAD ACCIDENTS IN DHAKA, BANGLADESH Dr. Ishtiaque Ahmed  

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URBAN ROAD ACCIDENTS IN DHAKA, BANGLADESH Dr. Ishtiaque Ahmed Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil of accidents and accident rates. A total number of 2,720 accidents occurred during 2007-2011. This has caused a total of 1,481 numbers of pedestrian fatal accidents with 1,562 pedestrian fatal casualties. The primary

Crawford, Ian

357

Dr. Thomas Kampe Product Team Lead, Airborne Remote Sensing  

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Dr. Thomas Kampe Product Team Lead, Airborne Remote Sensing Senior Supervising Scientist NEON, Inc, the use of imaging spectroscopy and LiDAR for terrestrial ecology, and the application of remotely sensed on hyperspectral technology. He has been with NEON since 2008. His research interests include sensor development

Zanibbi, Richard

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2013 OCEAN SCIENCE LECTURE SERIES DR. SHIRLEY POMPONI  

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2013 OCEAN SCIENCE LECTURE SERIES DR. SHIRLEY POMPONI FAU Harbor Branch The History of Undersea Hopkins University (and former Director of the National Science Foundation) Climate, Oceans and Infectious Harbor Branch Ocean Acidification--The Other CO2 Problem Presentations are at 4pm and 7pm followed

Fernandez, Eduardo

359

Dr Watson: a regular reader of the British Medical Journal  

Microsoft Academic Search

For the first time in the histories of the British Medical Journal and the canon of Sherlock Holmes adventures, the two icons have been brought together in a special Holmes and Watson adventure facilitated by the new BMJ online archive. Dr Watson describes how he and his esteemed colleague Sherlock Holmes collaborated to track down clues to the BMJ in

C Ross Philpot

2010-01-01

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Infrared spectroscopy of acetylene by Dr. G. Bradley Armen  

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Infrared spectroscopy of acetylene by Dr. G. Bradley Armen Department of Physics and Astronomy 401 at the quantum level. In this laboratory we will study the infrared (IR) absorption of acetylene molecules this, we'll make use of an interesting and important laboratory tool: the Fourier transform infrared

Dai, Pengcheng

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Tracking toxins in neglected venomous invertebrates Dr Ronald A. Jenner  

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Tracking toxins in neglected venomous invertebrates Dr Ronald A. Jenner r.jenner@nhm.ac.uk Head, Division of Invertebrates Department of Life Sciences, The Natural History Museum, London, UK Venoms have will discuss how recent results from our work on neglected venomous invertebrates, notably remipede crustaceans

Paulus, Hannes F.

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Invertebrate Biology BIOL/MARI 3301 Professor: Dr. Tamara Romanuk  

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Invertebrate Biology BIOL/MARI 3301 Winter Professor: Dr. Tamara Romanuk Office hours: Class. A higher level textbook on Invertebrates. Example: Biology of the Invertebrates. Jan Pechenik. 5th Edition and the Invertebrate Chordates (383-390, 406-417) Lecture 13 - Introduction to Ecdysozoa: Kinorhyncha, Loricifera

Adl, Sina

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Dr. Kevin Folta, Candidate Interview Itinerary Chair, Horticultural Sciences Department  

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Dr. Kevin Folta, Candidate Interview Itinerary Chair, Horticultural Sciences Department University Horticultural Sciences Research Faculty (Room 1308, Fifield Hall) Discussion Leader: Ken Cline 10:00-10:15am Break 10:15-11:00am Horticultural Sciences Extension Faculty (Room 1308, Fifield Hall) Discussion Leader

Watson, Craig A.

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Dr. George Graham White School of Electronic Engineering  

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Dr. George Graham White School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science Queen Mary University for Philoso- phy, Liechtenstein, working on a Swiss government project on the philosophical foundations to art students at Bath Spa University Col- lege. Liechtenstein: October 1992 ­ June 1993 Lectures

Cheng, Eugenia

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Professor Oberth and Dr. von Braun at ARS Banquet  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Wernher von Braun holds the coveted Hermarn Oberth award presented to him by Professor Oberth during the banquet hosted by the Alabama Section of the American Rocket Society (ARS), on October 19, 1961. The Oberth award was given for outstanding technical contributions to the field of astronautics or for the promotion and advancement of astronautical sciences.

1961-01-01

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At a Glance......... Dr. Gary C. Pavlis, Ph. D  

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flies per trap in any production area. SPOTTED WING DROSOPHILA Sevin, Lannate, Imidan, MalathionAt a Glance......... Culture Dr. Gary C. Pavlis, Ph. D Atlantic County Agricultural Agent Fruit but no leaves: Field visits this week saw many fields with plants with fruit but no leaves. Sometimes

Goodman, Robert M.

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Dr. Weiss' laboratory, experts in lung decellularization and recellularization  

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Dr. Weiss' laboratory, experts in lung decellularization and recellularization techniques, have of individual human lungs for high throughput-de- and re- cellularization studies. These techniques can and mechanical integrity. In the instance of lung segments, the airways and vasculature is maintained, allowing

Hayden, Nancy J.

368

Natural Forests and Woodlands Symposium Prepared by Dr Brett Hurley  

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time the symposium also included a section on natural forests and woodlands protection. StaffNatural Forests and Woodlands Symposium Prepared by Dr Brett Hurley Five members of the CTHB middle) and Johan van der Linde (picture right), attended the Fifth Natural Forests and Woodlands

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Dr. Marc J. Metzger The University of Edinburgh  

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Biology Research experience · ecosystem services Assessment of the vulnerability of ecosystem services in Beijing ; three papers were included as feature articles in the EU DG Environment Research 'News alertsDr. Marc J. Metzger The University of Edinburgh School of GeoSciences Research Institute

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DR 21: A Major Star Formation Site Revealed by Spitzer  

Microsoft Academic Search

We have obtained images of the obscured massive star-forming region DR 21 using both the Infrared Array Camera (IRAC) and Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer (MIPS) instruments aboard the Spitzer Space Telescope. Our images cover an area of more than half a square degree. The unprecedented high sensitivity and resolution of both IRAC and MIPS allow us to reveal the

A. P. Marston; W. T. Reach; A. Noriega-Crespo; J. Rho; H. A. Smith; G. Melnick; G. Fazio; G. Rieke; S. Carey; L. Rebull; J. Muzerolle; E. Egami; D. M. Watson; J. L. Pipher; W. B. Latter; K. Stapelfeldt

2004-01-01

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A SCIENCE SERVICZ FEATURE By Dr, Charles 3'. Brookb  

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of the houses, or their closed shady coolness* fmilY can keep reasonably cool by living i n an openwork house; the sunny horns, but generally open t o a small, interior patio, cool and beautiful vith green plantsNo. 394 Aug. 15 A SCIENCE SERVICZ FEATURE By Dr, Charles 3'. Brookb of Clark University. COOL

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Gast-Prof. Dr. Katja Eilerts ,,Measuring Professional Competencies of  

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models to optimise input-orientation was the focus of educational planning ¬ß 1997 marks a turning point obligatory educational standards for core subjects (KMK) turn: Results of the 3rd TIMS-Study Gast-Prof. Dr¬ī achievement, students¬ī learning premises, characteristics of school and classroom management founded on theory

Peters, Achim

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Mouse Lines published by Dr. Elaine Fuchs Strain Name Background  

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, Rendl M, Shaver TM, Pasolli HA, Fuchs E. Tcf3 and Tcf4 are essential for long-term homeostasis of skin published by Dr. Elaine Fuchs essential for long-term homeostasis of skin epithelia. Nat Genet. 2009 Oct;41 TM, Pasolli HA, Fuchs E. Tcf3 and Tcf4 are essential for long-term homeostasis of skin epithelia. Nat

374

Dr. John McVey Date: Friday, March 2, 2007  

E-print Network

a cryptomathematician is? Come hear Dr. John McVey, a graduate alumnus of Kent State University, talk about" when it comes to governmental secrets. This talk is intended for all audiences, but will prove a year of teaching at KSU and two years at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He graduated Kent State

White, Donald L.

375

Another Use for Dr. Seuss: Reading for Social Skills  

Microsoft Academic Search

Time is limited. Teachers often struggle to address the diverse needs of learners in their classrooms, especially when faced with academic and social skills concerns. Finding effective ways to teach social skills in the context of academic instruction makes sense. Books by Dr. Seuss provide a variety of high-interest stories that can be used to address a wide range of

Janice J. Wolf; Pamela Hudson Baker

2012-01-01

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Dr. Zu-Hang Sheng Chief, Synaptic Function Section,  

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homeostasis and synaptic function Proper transport and distribution of mitochondria within axons and at synapses is critical for neuronal function. While one-third of axonal mitochondria are mobile, a large COE Dr. Zu-Hang Sheng Chief, Synaptic Function Section, NINDS (National Institute

Miyashita, Yasushi

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Dr. Laura Colgin Center for Learning and Memory  

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, and memory. Gamma oscillations vary in frequency (from ~25 Hz to ~ 100 Hz) from one brain region to another is the same. In the hippocampus, a brain region critically involved in memory operations, two distinctDr. Laura Colgin Center for Learning and Memory The University of Texas at Austin Monday, December

Cheatwood, Joseph L.

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A Systematic Approach to Safety Case Management Dr Tim Kelly  

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04AE-149 A Systematic Approach to Safety Case Management Dr Tim Kelly University of York, UK in the regulatory approach to ensuring system safety. Whereas compliance with prescriptive safety codes to construct and present well reasoned arguments that their systems achieve acceptable levels of safety

Kelly, Tim

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MATH2390: Dynamical Systems Dr A.M. Rucklidge  

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MATH2390: Dynamical Systems Dr A.M. Rucklidge 8.18g, Department of Applied Mathematics A familiarity with ordinary dif- ferential equations, at the level of (for example) MATH1932, MATH1400 or MATH2450. MATH2360 or MATH2420 would be helpful but are not essential, as would some famil- iarity

Rucklidge, Alastair

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Our PhD Project Successes Name: Dr. Bridget Anakwe  

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: A Qualitative Comparative Study of the Jenkins' Committee Recommendations, SOX, and the Enhanced Business Edmonds Major: Management Science Advisor: Ronald Armstrong Graduation Date: October 2004 Thesis Title University in New York. Name: Dr. Leyland Lucas Major: Organization Management Advisor: dt ogilvie Graduation

Lin, Xiaodong

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Required EMT Certification Boosts Skills, Disaster Readiness Dr. Thomas Blackwell  

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disaster simulation had victims overcome by a potentially deadly gas. The med students were tested on how and paramedic students. The exercise is the "brain child" of Dr. Thomas Blackwell, a member of the GHS medical--and each followed a script. We had a heart attack victim trapped in a vehicle and another dazed victim

Almor, Amit

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Updated 1-12 Dr. Ronald E. Smiley  

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, engineering and system integration programs required for current and future aircraft electronic warfare and Marine Corps TACAIR Electronic Warfare Equipment (1981) and Preparing for the Future: An AssessmentUpdated 1-12 Dr. Ronald E. Smiley Director, Electronic Warfare/Combat Systems Director, Avionics

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Christian S. Stohler, DMD, DrMedDent, was appointed  

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ensures better clinical outcomes for the patient. The integrated treatment allows costs to be kept low Summer 2013 new Dean Appointed to lead CDM (continued on page 2) Implantology education and treatment to patient care was needed at CDM, recruited Dr. Dennis Tarnow, an internationally known implantology expert

Grishok, Alla

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Updated 2-13 Dr. David S. Burnett  

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Structural Acoustics Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division Dr. Burnett was appointed of Defense (DoD) community in computational structural acoustics (CSA) and finite element analysis (FEA). He, diving and life support, Marine corps systems, homeland defense and force protection applications

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Dr. Multicast: Rx for Data Center Communication Scalability Ymir Vigfusson  

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@il.ibm.com Abstract IP Multicast (IPMC) in data centers becomes disruptive when the technology is used by a large, and introduce Dr. Multicast (MCMD), a system that eliminates the issue by mapping IPMC operations to a combination of point-to-point unicast and traditional IPMC transmissions guaranteed to be safe. MCMD optimizes

Rivière, Etienne

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Psychology 331-001/901: Forensic Dr. Don Dutton  

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Psychology 331-001/901: Forensic Psychology 2014 Dr. Don Dutton "the proper design of public 331 (Forensic Psychology) · applications of psychology to the criminal justice system · Psychological" cab523@psych.ubc.ca 6 #12;Course Text: · J. Pozzulo, C. Bennell, A. Forth (2012) Forensic Psychology

Handy, Todd C.

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BIOL 325 Plant Systematics Fall 2012 Dr. Hardy  

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D. whisk ferns family Psilotaceae E. Vascular plant phylogeny II. seed plantsBIOL 325 ­ Plant Systematics Fall 2012 ­ Dr. Hardy Topic 03 ­ Overview of Plant Taxa (Plant Pinaceae, Cupressaceae, Taxaceae B. angiosperms or flowering plants 1. primitive dicots or basal

Hardy, Christopher R.

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Chemistry 693: Receptor Pharmacology Instructor: Dr. Kelly Drew  

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Chemistry 693: Receptor Pharmacology Instructor: Dr. Kelly Drew Office/office hrs: Irving I, room indicated. Late HW is not accepted. CRN# ***** CHEM F693 F01 Topics in Receptor Pharmacology Blackboard evaluate original research regarding receptor pharmacology with an emphasis on ligand-gated ion channels

Wagner, Diane

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Defeat of Waterborne IED/Mine Dr. Peter C. Chu  

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Defeat of Waterborne IED/Mine Dr. Peter C. Chu Naval Ocean Analysis & Prediction (NOAP) Lab, NPS/NAVO. · It was originally "Defeat of Waterborne Mine" #12;Multi-Agency Support · CNO-N6M (2000 ­ 2003) · CNMOC/NAVO (1992 Detonati on depth Lethal radius Max depth 40 ft #12;Survey Periodicity for Waterborne IED/Mine

Chu, Peter C.

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NEUTRON STAR BIRTH RATES D.R. LORIMER  

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NEUTRON STAR BIRTH RATES D.R. LORIMER National Astronomy and Ionospheric Center Arecibo Observatory. Abstract. A crucial test any proposed evolutionary scenario must pass is can the birth rate of the sources used to determine the birth rates of normal and millisecond radio pulsars and sum­ marise recent

Lorimer, Dunc

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Dr. Thomas A. Siewert IN-SPACE WELDING  

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) ) Dr. Thomas A. Siewert IN-SPACE WELDING Visions & Realities presented to Thirtieth Space This paperestablishes the value of having an in-space welding capability and identifies its applications, both near, Plasma Arc, and Laser Beam, are examined against the criteria for an in-space welding system. Research

Eagar, Thomas W.

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CGS3DR: UKIRT CGS3 data reduction software  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

CGS3DR is data reduction software for the UKIRT CGS3 mid-infrared grating spectrometer instrument. It includes a command-line interface and a GUI. The software, originally on VMS, was ported to Unix. It uses Starlink (ascl:1110.012) infrastructure libraries.

Bridger, Alan; Beard, Steven M.; Lightfoot, John F.; Krisciunas, Kevin; Daly, Phil N.

2014-11-01

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DR Resources for Energy and Ancillary Services in the West  

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or decrease) with increased penetration of variable renewable generation like wind and solar power, Space Heating, Water Heating · Municipal · Freshwater Pumping, Highway Lighting, Wastewater Pumping · Industrial · Agricultural Irrigation Pumping, Data Centers, Refrigerated Warehouses #12;DR Services provided

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Pressure Response of Crystalline Indole Dr. Bodhan Schatschneider  

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Pressure Response of Crystalline Indole Dr. Bodhan Schatschneider Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dept. of Science, Penn State Fayette ­ Eberly. The structural response of crystalline indole to high-pressure calculations reveal that isostatic pressure, assisted by thermal energies, can induce polymorphic phase

Bj√łrnstad, Ottar Nordal

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Dr Jennifer Hatchell What is a 'Standard Candle'?  

E-print Network

Dr Jennifer Hatchell 1 Standard candles Contents: What is a 'Standard Candle'? Measuring distance using standard candles Types of standard candle: 1. Cepheid variables 2. Type 1A supernovae Measuring distance using standard candles In astronomy, a standard candle is a source that has a known luminosity

Hatchell, Jennifer

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BY BRUCE PITTMAN & DR. DANIEL J. RASKY COTS Capabilities Concept.  

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space exploration and development goals. Space Act Agreements Versus Cost-Plus Contracting AD ASTRADeveloping Cislunar Space Using the COTS Mo BY BRUCE PITTMAN & DR. DANIEL J. RASKY del COTS Capabilities Concept. IMAGE CREDIT: © NASA 24 Spring 2013 AD ASTRA #12;Spring 2013 AD ASTRA 25 #12;T he

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Trial by Newspaper: The Strange Case of Dr. Karl Muck.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examines the case of Dr. Karl Muck, conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra who was accused of espionage in 1917. Suggests that the espionage charge was a fiction created by newspapers, beginning with "The Providence Journal." Concludes that Muck admitted to being a spy rather than reveal the name of the woman with whom he had an extramaritalÖ

Kagan, Sheldon S.

1993-01-01

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The Adventures of Dr. Tuku & the Lost Pyramids  

E-print Network

The Adventures of Dr. Tuku & the Lost Pyramids Done by: Group 16 Group Members: Lim Yuling Jillian pyramids, an ancient mystery up till now. Exactly how and why were they constructed? Well, tonight, they were off to the exquisite Egypt, a country rich in history and the land of the ancient pyramids. 5 #12

Aslaksen, Helmer

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Name: mw. prof. dr. M.J. Schuurmans Nursing Science  

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committee; · 2001-2003: Member Medical Ethical Committee (METC), UMC Utrecht; · 2001-2002: Member workingName: mw. prof. dr. M.J. Schuurmans Profile Teaching commitment Nursing Science Faculty Faculty-mail address m.j.schuurmans@umcutrecht.nl Research · Complex care in patients with multimorbidity. · Nursing

Utrecht, Universiteit

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Developing Novel Detector Technology: Dr. Donald Figer, director of RIT's  

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Developing Novel Detector Technology: Dr. Donald Figer, director of RIT's Rochester Imaging to seven--technology has been developed and is being tested in relevant environments. When an application ---- TRL 2 ---- TRL 1 System Test, Launch & Operations System/Subsystem Development Technology

Figer, Donald F.

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Dr. Andrew Kintu Clinical Fellow, Department of Anesthesia  

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Dr. Andrew Kintu Clinical Fellow, Department of Anesthesia Faculty of Health Sciences, Mc for anesthesia care. Global Partners in Anaesthesia and Surgery (GPAS) selected him as Scholar in 2008 and later of Anesthesia, at McMaster University, Canada, with plans of returning home to provide solutions and work

Haykin, Simon

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The Mycological Society of San Francisco April 2008, vol. 59:04 Dr. Tom Bruns  

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The Mycological Society of San Francisco April 2008, vol. 59:04 Dr. Tom Bruns Dr. Tom Bruns heads to the scientific review of mycological information. Continued on page 7 #12;Page 2 The Mycena News, April 2008

Bruns, Tom

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75 FR 68603 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Office of Education Dr. Nancy Foster...  

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...Office of Education Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program AGENCY: National Oceanic and...the purpose of selecting successful scholarship candidates, generating internal NOAA...its program. The Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program is available to graduate...

2010-11-08

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Design and construction techniques of an American vernacular architect : the work of Dr. Henry Chapman Mercer  

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The design and building process of Dr. Henry Chapman Mercer is explored for its relationship to vernacular design. The vehicle for this exploration is 'Fonthill,' the home of Dr. Mercer constructed by him in 1908. Complete ...

Eichenberger, Kurt Frederick

1982-01-01

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Exploring the Meaning of "Welcoming Communities" Dr. Anne Marie Sullivan, Kathleen Ring and Savanna Harris  

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Exploring the Meaning of "Welcoming Communities" Dr. Anne Marie Sullivan, Kathleen Ring and Savanna in Newfoundland and Labrador Final Report Prepared by: Dr. Anne Marie Sullivan and Kathleen Ring Savanna

deYoung, Brad

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SAIC/NCI-Frederickís Nanotechnology Characterization Lab (NCL) is pleased to announce that Dr  

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Dr. Martin Fritts, Senior Principal Scientist and Co-Founder of the NCL, Receives the 2010 ASTM International Presidentís Leadership Award SAIC/NCI-Frederickís Nanotechnology Characterization Lab (NCL) is pleased to announce that Dr. Martin Fritts

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76 FR 14407 - Exchange of Letters Between Dr. Murray M. Lumpkin, Deputy Commissioner, International Programs...  

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...FDA-2011-N-0109] Exchange of Letters Between Dr. Murray M. Lumpkin, Deputy Commissioner, International Programs, Food...is providing notice of exchange of letters between Dr. Murray M. Lumpkin, Deputy Commissioner, International and Special...

2011-03-16

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Seminar Series on Stem Cells -December SPEAKER Prof. Dr. Gerald de Haan  

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Seminar Series on Stem Cells - December SPEAKER Prof. Dr. Gerald de Haan Dept. of Stem Cell Biology, University Medical Center Groningen DATE Thursday TITLE "Aging of hematopoieIc stem cells" ORGANIZERS Prof. Dr. med. Karl

Pfeifer, Holger

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In memoriam: Dr. Robert Bruce Salter (1924-2010).  

PubMed

(Full text is available at http://www.manu.edu.mk/prilozi). Dr. Robert Bruce Salter was born in Stratford, Ontario in 1924 and graduated in medicine from the University of Toronto in 1947. He was a Canadian surgeon and a pioneer in the field of paediatric orthopaedic surgery. Dr. Salter was a world-renowned orthopaedic surgeon, researcher, professor, humanitarian and "medical giant", whose pioneering work has impacted millions of people around the world. Forty years ago, Dr. Salter developed a procedure to correct congenital dislocation of the hip, pioneered Continuous Passive Motion for the treatment of joint injuries, and co-developed a classification of growth plate injuries in children, commonly known as the Salter-Harris fractures classification system. This surgical technique revolutionized the way joint injuries are treated in more than 15,000 hospitals in 50 countries. He also developed the Salter Operation (Salter innominate osteotomy in 1957) to treat congenital dislocation of the hip. He is the author of a major textbook on orthopaedic surgery, Disorders of the Musculo-Skeletal System, first published in 1970, translated into six languages with 195,000 copies sold. Dr. Salter was University Professor at the University of Toronto. He was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Science of the Royal Society of Canada, was inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame and was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada and Order of Ontario. His clinical and research-related contributions earned him numerous awards and honours, including honorary degrees from several universities. Dr. Robert Salter was an established friend of Macedonian orthopaedic surgeons. He was elected a foreign member of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts on 21 April 1994. PMID:21836542

Polenakovic, M; Dzolev, G

2011-07-01

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Identification of residues involved in polymorphic antibody binding epitopes on HLA-DR molecules.  

PubMed

Based on previous studies it was predicted that amino acids 4 or 25 of the DR4 beta 1 and DR7 beta 1 chains are involved in polymorphic antibody binding epitopes on DR4 or DR7 molecules. These predictions were tested by analyzing monoclonal antibody (mAb) binding to transfectants expressing mutant DR4 beta 1 or DR7 beta 1 chains with single amino acid substitutions at positions 4 or 25. Antibody binding to transfectants expressing additional DR4/7 beta 1 hybrids was also analyzed to assess further the contributions of four segments of the DR4 beta 1 or DR7 beta 1 chains: amino acids 1-20, 21-40, 41-97, and the beta 2 domain. Single amino acid substitutions at positions 4 and 25 of the DR4 beta 1 chain or DR7 beta 1 chain eliminate binding of several mAb to DR4 or DR7 molecules, documenting that these residues are involved in antibody epitopes. However, the data with the hybrid DR4/7 beta 1 chains indicate that some of these epitopes require contributions from both segments 1-20 and 21-40 of these DR beta chains, whereas other epitopes can be generated by placing the appropriate segment in the context of the other DR beta chain. In addition, the data with other mAb indicate that their epitopes are determined primarily by sequences within the 41-97 segment or in the beta 2 domain. PMID:1372304

Fu, X T; Yu, W Y; Alber, C; Benson, C; Watts, R; Nordwig, H; Johnson, J P; Knowles, R W; Karr, R W

1992-01-01

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Central Asia Regional IPM CRSP Project Report: October 2006-March 2007 Submitted by: Dr. K. Maredia and Dr. D. Baributsa  

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established in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan to test 12 known native plants that have the potential to provide to natural enemies of pests in Tajikistan, whereas five were most attractive in Kyrgyzstan. Dr. Saidov led covered more than 3000 km2 and collected more than 60 local nectar plants in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan

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Dr. Carlos Gonzalez's Bio Dr. Gonzalez received his Ph.D in Theoretical Chemistry at Wayne State  

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and Technology (NIST) in 1997 as a Research Chemist, after spending 5 years as a Research Specialist, and biology at the nano-scale, (2) Serve as a center for collaboration with scientists in industry, academia of the promise of nanotechnology. Dr Gonzalez has published over 100 papers in the area of quantum chemistry

Magee, Joseph W.

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ICHHAPORIA, PRATIK KISHORE. Composite from Natural Fibers. (Under the direction of Dr. William Oxenham and Dr. Behnam Pourdeyhimi.)  

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ABSTRACT ICHHAPORIA, PRATIK KISHORE. Composite from Natural Fibers. (Under the direction of Dr that can be recycled when used with carbon and other niche fibers renders the composite non- recyclable to achieve the goal of recyclable composites, natural fibers surfaced as the fiber of choice for reinforcing

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Dr. Wernher Von Braun greeting dignitaries at the Redstone Arsenal airfield.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. George E. Mueller, center, associate administrator for manned space flight, is flanked by Dr. Wernher Von Braun, left, and Dr. Eberhard Rees at the Redstone Arsenal airstrip. the associate adminstrator was making his annual staff visit to the Marshall Space Flight Center.

1999-01-01

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What's New in NWP Training at COMET? Dr. William R. Bua, UCAR/COMET  

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What's New in NWP Training at COMET? Dr. William R. Bua, UCAR/COMET Dr. Stephen D. Jascourt, UCAR/COMET Dr. Gregory Byrd, UCAR/COMET The NWP team at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research's (UCAR) Cooperative Program for Meteorological Education and Training (COMET) has been working to keep up

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Shaping the Future with Computer Science Mr. Charlie Reisinger & Dr. Nazli Hardy  

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Shaping the Future with Computer Science Mr. Charlie Reisinger & Dr. Nazli Hardy Shaping the Future with Computer Science Mr. Charlie Reisinger Dr. Nazli Hardy Penn Manor Career Day February 3, 2012 #12;Shaping the Future with Computer Science Mr. Charlie Reisinger & Dr. Nazli Hardy Everyday, Everywhere

Hardy, Christopher R.

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Enhancing Price Response Programs through Auto-DR: California's 2007 Implementation Experience  

SciTech Connect

This paper describes automated demand response (Auto-DR) activities, an innovative effort in California to ensure that DR programs produce effective and sustainable impacts. Through the application of automation and communication technologies coupled with well-designed incentives and DR programs such as Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) and Demand Bidding (DBP), Auto-DR is opening up the opportunity for many different types of buildings to effectively participate in DR programs. We present the results of Auto-DR implementation efforts by the three California investor-owned utilities for the Summer of 2007. The presentation emphasizes Pacific Gas and Electric Company's (PG&E) Auto-DR efforts, which represents the largest in the state. PG&E's goal was to recruit, install, test and operate 15 megawatts of Auto-DR system capability. We describe the unique delivery approaches, including optimizing the utility incentive structures designed to foster an Auto-DR service provider community. We also show how PG&E's Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) and Demand Bidding (DBP) options were called and executed under the automation platform. Finally, we show the results of the Auto-DR systems installed and operational during 2007, which surpassed PG&E's Auto-DR goals. Auto-DR is being implemented by a multi-disciplinary team including the California Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs), energy consultants, energy management control system vendors, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), and the California Energy Commission (CEC).

Kiliccote, Sila; Wikler, Greg; Chiu, Albert; Piette, Mary Ann; Kiliccote, Sila; Hennage, Dan; Thomas, Chuck

2007-12-18

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Die neuen Learning Agreements Dr. Sabine Habermalz | 22.05.2014  

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Erasmus+: Die neuen Learning Agreements Dr. Sabine Habermalz | 22.05.2014 ERASMUS Institutional Coordinator | International Office #12;Erasmus+: Die neuen Learning Agreements | Dr. Sabine Habermalz | 22 Erasmus+ (14/15 ­ 20/21) #12;Erasmus+: Die neuen Learning Agreements | Dr. Sabine Habermalz | 22

Pfeifer, Holger

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Dr.Ing. defense, June 8, 2005 Studies on Selection of Controlled Variables  

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Dr.Ing. defense, June 8, 2005 Studies on Selection of Controlled Variables Vidar Alstad Department of Controlled Variables #12;Dr.Ing. defense, June 8, 2005 Thesis outline 1. Introduction 2. Overview of control Variables #12;Dr.Ing. defense, June 8, 2005 Presentation outline Introduction Part I: (Chapters 3 and 4

Skogestad, Sigurd

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LIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE SEA, SPRING 2010 Instructor: Dr. Michael Durako BIO 495 009  

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LIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE SEA, SPRING 2010 Instructor: Dr. Michael Durako BIO 495 009 Class/14 Photosynthesis vs Light Dr. Durako 3 1/21 Utilization of Light in Aquatic Systems Dr. Durako 4 1/28* Carbon of Light Attenuation in Aquatic Systems - TSS, CDOM, Water Photosynthesis versus Irradiance Measurement

Durako, Michael J.

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Visualization and Virtual Reality, TU Kaiserslautern Dr. habil. Martin Hering-Bertram, Fraunhofer ITWM  

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§1-1 Visualization and Virtual Reality, TU Kaiserslautern Dr. habil. Martin Hering-Bertram, Fraunhofer ITWM Visualization and Virtual Reality SS09 Mo.+Mi. 8:00 Raum 48-379 Dr. habil. Martin Hering-Bertram §1-2 Visualization and Virtual Reality, TU Kaiserslautern Dr. habil. Martin Hering

Hering-Bertram, Martin

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The Impact of Dr.Shigeo Shingo on Modern Manufacturing Practices  

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1 The Impact of Dr.Shigeo Shingo on Modern Manufacturing Practices IE 361 Dr. Stephen B. Vardem manufacturing fundamentals. Biography Dr. Shigeo's expertise was a result of his vast experience and knowledge. In addition, by focusing on production rather than management alone, he was able to establish himself

Vardeman, Stephen B.

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COLUMBIA PT FACULTY MEMBER DR. CYNTHIA CHIARELLO AND STUDENTS PRESENT AT CSM 2014  

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COLUMBIA PT FACULTY MEMBER DR. CYNTHIA CHIARELLO AND STUDENTS PRESENT AT CSM 2014 L to R: Tiffany Orlowski, DPT, Dr. Cynthia Chiarello, Stephanie Samas, DPT Dr. Cynthia Chiarello, PhD, PT presented a twoAuley, PT, DPT, MEd, OCS, FAAOMPT from the University of New England. It was attended by an enthusiastic

Grishok, Alla

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Research DayAugust 15th, 2013 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Brian B. Hoffman  

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Research DayAugust 15th, 2013 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Brian B. Hoffman Professor of Medicine, Harvard Presentations 2:15-3:00 -- Keynote: Dr. Brian Hoffman 3:00-5:30 -- Open Bar! Posters and Poster Judging 5 these scientists child prodigies? Most not! Following on his recently published and popular book, Dr. Hoffman

Strynadka, Natalie

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Research Activities 2012 9 Dr. Shinya Yamanaka of CiRAAwarded Nobel Prize  

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Research Activities 2012 9 Dr. Shinya Yamanaka of CiRAAwarded Nobel Prize Dr. Shinya Yamanaka of the Institute for Integrated Cell- Material Sciences (iCeMS) was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology that will benefit people all over the world. On December 10, Dr. Yamanaka received his Nobel Prize medal and diploma

Takada, Shoji

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t this year's Donors'Day, the Neuro was honoured to have Dr. Mary Filer, former nurse at the Neuro and prominent Canadian artist,  

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of the pioneers of Neurology, including Sir William Osler, Ivan Pavlov, S. Weir Mitchell, and Harvey Cushing. Wilhelm Heinrich Erb 8. Dr. Konstantin Von Monakov 9. Dr. Ivan Pavlov 10. Dr. Alois Alzheimer 11. Dr. S

Shoubridge, Eric

427

Data and computing intensive applications in GENESI-DR  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

GENESI-DR (Ground European Network for Earth Science Interoperations - Digital Repositories) is a European Commission (EC)-funded project, kicked-off early 2008 lead by ESA; partners include Space Agencies (DLR, ASI, CNES), both space and no-space data providers such as ENEA (I), Infoterra (UK), K-SAT (N), NILU (N), JRC (EU) and industry as Elsag Datamat (I), CS (F) and TERRADUE (I). GENESI-DR intends to meet the challenge of facilitating "time to science" from different Earth Science disciplines in discovery, access and use (combining, integrating, processing, Ö) of historical and recent Earth-related data from space, airborne and in-situ sensors, which are archived in large distributed repositories. GENESI-DR provides a framework where data repositories can be easily integrated and users are given a single access point for discovery and access to heterogeneous data and processing resources. Processing services can be easily integrated as well so supporting the users in the analysis of the data. Coupled with high-performance and sizeable computing resources managed by Grid technologies, GENESI-DR provides indeed the necessary flexibility for building a virtual environment that gives transparent, fast, and easy access to data (even heterogeneous and dispersed among different archives), processing services, computing resources, and results. These characteristics make GENESI-DR an ideal platform for processing large amounts of heterogeneous data (e.g., satellite and in-situ data), developing services which require fast production and delivery of results, comparing approaches and fully validating algorithms. Security solutions adopted in GENESI-DR guarantee that only authorized users can access data, processing services and processing resources. GENESI-DR is designed to support the need for an effective exploitation of the large archives. Among the different applications already integrated in GENESI-DR, in this presentation we will describe some results related to Differential SAR Interferometry (DInSAR). This is an effective technique to detect and monitor ground displacements with centimetre accuracy. The recent development of advanced DInSAR techniques, aimed at the generation of deformation time series, has led to the need of suitable environments and approaches for an effective exploitation of the large archive of SAR data acquired by the ERS, ENVISAT and RADARSAT satellites. Accordingly, we discuss, from a data access and processing point of view, some results obtained merging the robustness of an advanced DInSAR approach (namely the Small Baseline Subset (SBAS) algorithm proposed and developed by Italian CNR - IREA) with the high computing capability provided by the distributed infrastructure available through GENESI-DR. A similar analysis is currently performed using Cloud Computing resources. As final remark, it is evident the importance that the presented distributed processing solution may have in scenarios as for the Supersite initiative, which is aimed at stimulating "an international and intergovernmental effort to monitor and study selected reference sites by establishing open access to relevant datasets according to GEO principles to foster the collaboration between all various partners and end-users".

Cossu, Roberto; Pacini, Fabrizio; GonÁalves, Pedro; Fusco, Luigi

2010-05-01

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Direct demonstration of an HLA-DR allotypic determinant on the low molecular weight (beta) subunit using a mouse monoclonal antibody specific for DR3.  

PubMed

A murine monoclonal antibody directed against a human B cell surface antigen with the characteristics of HLA-DR is described. The antigen detected is tightly linked to HLA and is correlated with the alloantigen HLA-Dw/DR3. Reactivity with a fraction of Dw/DRw6 cells is also observed. The determinant recognized by this antibody has been shown to be present on the smaller molecular weight beta subunit of the HLA-DR antigen. PMID:6177816

Johnson, J P; Meo, T; RiethmŁller, G; Schendel, D J; Wank, R

1982-07-01

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Reduced complexity of RFLP for HLA-DR typing by the use of a DR beta 3' cDNA probe.  

PubMed

The polymorphism of the HLA system has been defined by alloantisera, monoclonal antibodies, MLC reactivity, protein chemistry and RFLP patterns in DNA analysis. Typing for the alleles of HLA-DR at the DNA level as an additional typing technique is useful since any nucleated cell can be used. Moreover, it is not known whether the additional polymorphism found at the DNA level in an unambiguous serotype is of functional importance and thus needs to be included in HLA-DR typing. A main problem in DNA typing is the interpretation of the complex patterns in Southern blot analysis, especially in heterozygous individuals. Therefore we constructed subprobes from full length DR beta, DQ alpha and DQ beta cDNA to reduce the number of hybridizing fragments while retaining the discriminating capacity. The clearest differences among DR alleles have been found using the restriction enzyme PvuII and the subprobe containing the 3' untranslated region of the DR beta probe. Although further characterization is necessary to be able to type at the DNA level, the simplified patterns facilitate DNA typing in heterozygous individuals for a number of haplotypes. Interestingly, the number of fragments thus obtained corresponds with the number of genes described for DR1 to DRw8 haplotypes. Based upon the finding of common hybridizing patterns in DR3, DR5 and DRw6 it may be concluded that DR3, DR5 and DRw6 have been evolved from a common ancestor. For the same reason DR4, DR7 and DRw9 may have evolved in an identical way. PMID:2878512

Hongming, F; Tilanus, M; van Eggermond, M; Giphart, M

1986-09-01

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HLA-DR15 (DR2) is overrepresented in myelodysplastic syndrome and aplastic anemia and predicts a response to immunosuppression in myelodysplastic syndrome  

Microsoft Academic Search

The extent and importance of autoim- mune mechanisms in myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) and the role of immuno- suppression in the treatment of this dis- ease are not well defined. We report over- representation of HLA-DR2 and its serologic split HLA-DR15 in both MDS and aplastic anemia (AA). Four clinically and ethnically defined patient groups were analyzed. The HLA-DR15 antigen frequen-

Yogen Saunthararajah; Ryotaro Nakamura; Jun-Mo Nam; Jamie Robyn; Fausto Loberiza; Jaroslaw P. Maciejewski; Toni Simonis; Jeffrey Molldrem; Neal S. Young; A. John Barrett

2002-01-01

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DR. lyp\\/ lyp bone marrow maintains lymphopenia and promotes diabetes in lyp\\/ lyp but not in +\\/+ recipient DR. lyp BB rats  

Microsoft Academic Search

Lymphopenia is due to a frameshift mutation in Gimap5 on rat chromosome 4 and is linked to type 1 diabetes in the diabetes prone (DP) BB rat. The hypothesis that bone marrow derived cells confer the lymphopenia phenotype was tested by reciprocal bone marrow transplantation in 40-day-old lethally irradiated diabetes resistant (DR) congenic DR.lyp\\/lyp (lymphopenia and diabetes) and DR.+\\/+ (no

Tyson Hawkins; Jessica Fuller; Kara Olson; Sara Speros; Ňke Lernmark

2005-01-01

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High helium abundance in the H II region DR-21?  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The 36.5-GHz (H, He) 56 alpha and 22.4-GHz (H, He) 66 alpha radio combination lines were observed in DR-21 on the RT-22 radio telescope. Along with other data, this shows that the measured relative abundance of ionized helium increases with the angular beamwidth, peaking when the beamwidth is 2 - 2.5 arcmin, and then begins to decrease as the angular beamwdith increases further. This behavior is more complicated than previously thought, and can be interpreted as a blister-type nebula model, implying a high actual helium abundance of 26 percent (+ or - 11 percent) in DR-21. By modeling the observed increase in radial velocities of helium lines as the frequency decreases, the gas expansion rate away from the observer can be determined to be 5 - 20 km/s. Possible explanations of this apparently high helium abundance are discussed.

Tsivilev, A. P.

1991-01-01

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Dr. Irmfried Eberl (1910-1948): mass murdering MD.  

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There are isolated cases of physicians who murdered their patients. However, never had a single physician personally supervised the mass murder of hundreds of thousands of individuals, until Dr. Irmfried Eberl. Commander of the Nazi death camp Treblinka, he killed both the ill and those he considered "a disease to his nation." At age 32 Dr. Eberl established Treblinka, where he was responsible for the killing of approximately 280,000 individuals within a few weeks. The position of camp commandant was earned following his success as head of two psychiatric hospitals in Germany where he coordinated the murder of thousands of mentally ill Jews and non-Jews within the context of the euthanasia program. However, few in medicine have heard of him or the harm he caused to the ethical practice of the profession and to human rights. PMID:19603594

Strous, Rael D

2009-04-01

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ORAC-DR: One Pipeline for Multiple Telescopes  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ORAC-DR, a flexible and extensible data reduction pipeline, has been successfully used for real-time data reduction from UFTI and IRCAM (infrared cameras), CGS4 (near-infrared spectrometer), Michelle (mid-infrared imager and echelle spectrometer), at UKIRT; and SCUBA (sub-millimeter bolometer array) at JCMT. We have now added the infrared imaging spectrometers IRIS2 at the Anglo-Australian Telescope and UIST at UKIRT to the list of officially supported instruments. We also present initial integral field unit support for UIST, along with unofficial support for the imager and multi-object spectrograph GMOS at Gemini. This paper briefly describes features of the pipeline along with details of adopting ORAC-DR for other instruments on telescopes around the world.

Cavanagh, B.; Hirst, P.; Jenness, T.; Economou, F.; Currie, M. J.; Todd, S.; Ryder, S. D.

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Star Formation in the DR21 Region (B)  

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[figure removed for brevity, see original site] Annotated mosaic

Hidden behind a shroud of dust in the constellation Cygnus is an exceptionally bright source of radio emission called DR21. Visible light images reveal no trace of what is happening in this region because of heavy dust obscuration. In fact, visible light is attenuated in DR21 by a factor of more than 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (ten thousand trillion heptillion).

New images from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope allow us to peek behind the cosmic veil and pinpoint one of the most massive natal stars yet seen in our Milky Way galaxy. The never-before-seen star is 100,000 times as bright as the Sun. Also revealed for the first time is a powerful outflow of hot gas emanating from this star and bursting through a giant molecular cloud.

The upper image is a large-scale mosaic assembled from individual photographs obtained with the InfraRed Array Camera (IRAC) aboard Spitzer. The image covers an area about two times that of a full moon. The mosaic is a composite of images obtained at mid-infrared wavelengths of 3.6 microns (blue), 4.5 microns (green), 5.8 microns (orange) and 8 microns (red). The brightest infrared cloud near the top center corresponds to DR21, which presumably contains a cluster of newly forming stars at a distance of 10,000 light-years.

Protruding out from DR21 toward the bottom left of the image is a gaseous outflow (green), containing both carbon monoxide and molecular hydrogen. Data from the Spitzer spectrograph, which breaks light into its constituent individual wavelengths, indicate the presence of hot steam formed as the outflow heats the surrounding molecular gas. Outflows are physical signatures of processes that create supersonic beams, or jets, of gas. They are usually accompanied by discs of material around the new star, which likely contain the materials from which future planetary systems are formed. Additional newborn stars, depicted in green, can be seen surrounding the DR21 region.

The red filaments stretching across this image denote the presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. These organic molecules, comprised of carbon and hydrogen, are excited by surrounding interstellar radiation and become luminescent at wavelengths near 8.0 microns. The complex pattern of filaments is caused by an intricate combination of radiation pressure, gravity and magnetic fields. The result is a tapestry in which winds, outflows and turbulence move and shape the interstellar medium.

To the lower left of the mosaic is a large bubble of gas and dust, which may represent the remnants of a past generation of stars.

The lower panel shows a 24-micron image mosaic, obtained with the Multiband Imaging Photometer aboard Spitzer (MIPS). This image maps the cooler infrared emission from interstellar dust found throughout the interstellar medium. The DR21 complex is clearly seen near the center of the strip, which covers about twice the area of the IRAC image.

Perhaps the most fascinating feature in this image is a long and shadowy linear filament extending towards the 10 o'clock position of DR21. This jet of cold and dense gas, nearly 50 light-years in extent, appears in silhouette against a warmer background. This filament is too long and massive to be a stellar jet and may have formed from a pre-existing molecular cloud core sculpted by DR21's strong winds. Regardless of its true nature, this jet and the numerous other arcs and wisps of cool dust signify the interstellar turbulence normally unseen by the human eye.

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8. View of DR 3 antenna showing lower front connector, ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

8. View of DR 3 antenna showing lower front connector, third from left vertical member at first level above foundation level, showing small diameter turnbuckle stays, vertical member with flange connection, and various struts and connectors with antenna assembly in background. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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Dr. S. Cruz-Pol, INEL 4151-Electromagnetics I  

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21. Dr. Harrison E. Stroud poses in front of his ...  

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21. Dr. Harrison E. Stroud poses in front of his newly completed building at the northeast corner of Central Avenue and the alley north of Washington Street in about 1900 or 1901. In 1901, the building seen here was enlarged by the construction of an addition of similar design immediately to the north (left). Virtually the entire west elevation of the initial building is depicted in this view. Credit ADLAPR. - Stroud Building, 31-33 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Maricopa County, AZ

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105-DR Large Sodium Fire Facility closure plan. Revision 1  

SciTech Connect

The Hanford Site, located northwest of the city of Richland, Washington, houses reactors, chemical-separation systems, and related facilities used for the production of special nuclear materials, and activities associated with nuclear energy development. The 105-DR Large Sodium Fire Facility (LSFF), which was in operation from about 1972 to 1986, was a research laboratory that occupied the former ventilation supply room on the southwest side of the 105-DR Reactor facility. The LSFF was established to provide a means of investigating fire and safety aspects associated with large sodium or other metal alkali fires in the liquid metal fast breeder reactor (LMFBR) facilities. The 105-DR Reactor facility was designed and built in the 1950`s and is located in the 100-D Area of the Hanford Site. The building housed the 105-DR defense reactor, which was shut down in 1964. The LSFF was initially used only for engineering-scale alkali metal reaction studies. In addition, the Fusion Safety Support Studies program sponsored intermediate-size safety reaction tests in the LSFF with lithium and lithium lead compounds. The facility has also been used to store and treat alkali metal waste, therefore the LSFF is subject to the regulatory requirements for the storage and treatment of dangerous waste. Closure will be conducted pursuant to the requirements of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-303-610. This closure plan presents a description of the facility, the history of waste managed, and the procedures that will be followed to close the LSFF as an Alkali Metal Treatment Facility. No future use of the LSFF is expected.

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1993-05-01

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Dr. John Stack and other NASA Langley Research Center Visitors  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Front Row, left to right: Mrs. Elsa Hoare and Major Philip L. Teed - staff members, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Weybridge, England: Dr. Barnes Wallis - Chief of Aeronautical Research, Vicers-Armstrong, Ltd., Weybridge, England. Back Row, left to right: Norman W. Boorer and Cecil W. Hayes - Staff members, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Weybridge, England; John R. Christie - Ministry of Supply, London, England; Philip A. Hufton - Chief Supt., Royal Aircraft Establishment, Bedford, England; Lindsey I. Turner, Jr. - Langley Research Center. Photographed November 13, 1958.

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4. View of northerly DR 3 antenna looking north 35 ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

4. View of northerly DR 3 antenna looking north 35 degrees west and showing radar scanner building no. 106 east face through antenna and partial view of satcom communication dome (attached to radar transmitter building 102) in left side of photograph. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

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[Was Dr. Carl Koller driven from Vienna in 1885?].  

PubMed

In this article the principal reason for the emigration of Dr. Carl Koller is examined on the basis of the available literature. In fact, antisemitism did not play a crucial role. After his colleague, Dr. Fritz Zinner, called him an impudent Jew in public in the General University Hospital of Vienna, Koller reacted by hitting the man in the face. A duel with heavy sabres was the outcome; Koller was unharmed, whilst his opponent received two deep gashes. Such duels were strictly forbidden at that time already, but were nonetheless still executed. In consequence, Koller's hopes of obtaining a position in the Eye Department, for which he was very well qualified, and of an academic career in Vienna were dashed and he had to emigrate. Koller eventually settled in New York in 1888, where he received many distinctions during his life span. The Medical Association of Vienna also honoured him in 1930. Dr. Koller was proposed several times for the Nobel prize in Physiology and Medicine, since his discovery of cocaine as local anaesthetic in ophthalmology was undoubtedly worthy of this prize, but his discovery had been published too long previously, so that according to the statutes of the Nobel prize this distinction could not be granted. Hence, it can be concluded that although Dr. Koller was forced to leave Vienna in 1885, it was not principally for antisemitic reasons. There were Jewish professors in the Medical Faculty of Vienna University at the time and, indeed, when the author studied medicine in 1931 to 1936, four Jewish professors held chairs in Vienna and one of his predecessors as chief of the First Department of Ophthalmology, Isidor Schnabel, was Jewish. PMID:3515769

Hruby, K

1986-03-01

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Dr. von Braun In Front of a Display of Missiles  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

In this photo, Director of the US Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) Development Operations Division, Dr. Wernher von Braun, is standing before a display of Army missiles celebrating ABMA's Fourth Open House. The missiles in the background include (left to right) a satellite on a Juno II shroud with a Nike Ajax pointing left in front of a Jupiter missile. The Lacrosse is in front of the Juno II. The Nike Hercules points skyward in front of the Juno II and the Redstone.

1960-01-01

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DR Resources for Energy and Ancillary Services in the West (Presentation)  

SciTech Connect

Demand response (DR) resources present a potentially important source of grid flexibility however, DR in grid models is limited by data availability and modeling complexity. This presentation focuses on the co-optimization of DR resources to provide energy and ancillary services in a production cost model of the Colorado "test system". We assume each DR resource can provide energy services by either shedding load or shifting its use between different times, as well as operating reserves: frequency regulation, contingency reserve, and flexibility (or ramping) reserve. There are significant variations in the availabilities of different types of DR resources, which affect both the operational savings as well as the revenue for each DR resource. The results presented include the system-wide avoided fuel and generator start-up costs as well as the composite revenue for each DR resource by energy and operating reserves.

Hummon, M.; Kiliccote, S.

2014-04-01

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Dr. Lytle Adams' incendiary "bat bomb" of World War II.  

PubMed

On December 7, 1941, a 60-year old dentist from Irwin, Pennsylvania, Dr. Lytle S. Adams, was driving home from a vacation at Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. Hours earlier, he had been gripped with amazement as he witnessed millions of bats exiting the caves of Carlsbad. Listening to his car radio on his return trip, he was shocked to hear that Japan had just attacked Pearl Harbor. Dr. Adams, outraged over this travesty, began to mentally construct a plan for U.S. retaliation. As his thoughts returned to the countless bats that had awed him, he formed a tentative plan: millions of these small, flying mammals could be connected to tiny, time-fused incendiary bombs, and then released to land on the flimsily constructed structures which dotted the cities of Japan. Within a few minutes, the bombs would explode and enflame the entire urban areas. He postulated that these immeasurable numbers of fires, spreading their devastation over such vast areas within Japanese cities would result in the enemy's speedy surrender. This article documents the futile efforts of Dr. Adams, his team and the U.S. government to develop and employ an effective, incendiary bat bomb. The recently developed atom bomb, a far more deadly weapon was used in its place. PMID:15666497

Christen, Arden G; Christen, Joan A

2004-11-01

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Regulation of human peripheral blood monocyte DR antigen expression in vitro by lymphokines and recombinant interferons.  

PubMed

The in vitro regulation of adult human monocyte DR antigen expression was studied. Normally about 75% of freshly obtained human peripheral blood monocytes express DR antigens as determined by anti-DR and complement-mediated cytotoxicity assays. DR expression on monocytes in unfractionated peripheral blood mononuclear cell cultures persisted to variable degrees for up to 5 d of incubation. However, when the mononuclear cells were thoroughly depleted of nonadherent cells, cultured monocytes consistently exhibited progressively decreased DR expression over 2-5 d of incubation. Readdition of nonadherent cells to the adherent cell population prevented or delayed this decrease in monocyte DR antigen expression. Thus, monocyte DR expression diminished markedly during in vitro incubation; however, the presence of nonadherent cells somehow interfered with this process. In other experiments, peripheral adherent monocytes, which had been cultured for 2-3 d to reduce their DR expression, could be induced to reexpress DR antigens after 2 d of incubation with unpurified lymphokine-containing culture supernatants, recombinant human interferon-alpha, or recombinant human gamma interferon (IFN-gamma). The reinduction of DR expression on human monocytes by lymphokines was abrogated by an antiserum produced to the synthetic N-terminal amino acids of human IFN-gamma, indicating that IFN-gamma is the active mediator in the lymphokine-containing preparations. Monocytes cultured with lymphokines or recombinant interferons also could initiate a significantly greater mixed lymphocyte response than control monocytes. Thus, IFN-gamma-containing lymphokines and recombinant interferons are required to induce human monocyte DR expression and accessory cell capacity in vitro, since in their absence monocytes become DR antigen-deficient. Finally, incubation of unfractionated human mononuclear cells with anti-human IFN-gamma also promoted the loss of monocyte DR expression. These findings suggest that resting lymphocytes are probably capable of producing sufficient IFN-gamma in vitro to result in the maintenance of the monocyte DR phenotype. PMID:6230374

Sztein, M B; Steeg, P S; Johnson, H M; Oppenheim, J J

1984-02-01

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DBBS Alumni 1977 to 2011 Carl Parker, Ph.D. Molecular Biology Lab of Dr. Robert Roeder  

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Christie King, Ph.D. Molecular Biology Lab of Dr. William A. Frazier Gilbert Mintz, Ph.D. Molecular Biology of Dr. Thomas Hall William Curtis, Ph.D. Plant Biology Lab of Dr. George G. Johnson Susan Daniels. Valeriote Alfonso Gonzalez Noriega, Ph.D. Cellular, Developmental, & Systemic Biology Lab of Dr. William W

Stormo, Gary

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Forest Research Executive Board Meeting 17 & 18 January 2007 Present: Prof J M Lynch (Chair) Dr H F Evans  

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H F Evans Mr W L Mason Mr K N Charles Dr A J Moffat Dr X Christophers Dr C Quine Prof P Freer-Smith Prof S Evans Mr T Cornwell Mrs A Melvin attended the whole meeting and Dr D Shannon attended for agenda

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Analysis of fit of K-distribution to CSIR sea clutter data M Ritchie, Dr K Woodbridge and Dr A Stove  

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, especially for low grazing angles. These developments lead to more complex statistical models being appliedAnalysis of fit of K-distribution to CSIR sea clutter data M Ritchie, Dr K Woodbridge and Dr A Stove University College London, Thales Aerospace UK Abstract: Sea clutter is the backscattered

Haddadi, Hamed

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The Chicago Board of Education Desegregation Policies and Practices [1975-1985]: A Historical Examination of the Administrations of Superintendents Dr. Joseph P. Hannon and Dr. Ruth Love  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The purpose of this study will be to examine the policies and practices of two distinguished superintendents of the Chicago Public Schools: Dr. Joseph P. Hannon and the first African American female Superintendent Dr. Ruth Love. Hannon's four year administration extended from 1975 through 1979. Love's administration encompassed the years 1980Ö

James, Michael

2009-01-01

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Dr. Paula Gregory is working with the students in Warren Easton's STEM Academy. Dr. Gregory has formed a year-long  

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Dr. Paula Gregory is working with the students in Warren Easton's STEM Academy. Dr. Gregory has. Warren Easton Charter High School is the oldest public high school in the state of Louisiana and the only, Engineering and Mathematics education for all students at Warren Easton. STEM Academy students are among

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Supply Chain Management Students Right on Target! Feb 28, 2014 -Dr. Haozhe Chen and Dr. Mauro Falasca led supply chain management  

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Supply Chain Management Students Right on Target! Feb 28, 2014 - Dr. Haozhe Chen and Dr. Mauro Falasca led supply chain management students in OMGT classes on a field trip to Target Distribution's supply chain operations in Suffolk, Virginia. Target Distribution customized the visit in a way

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Cesium Evaporation Rate on Tungsten Photocathodes Ameerah Jabr-Hamdan, Dr. Eric Montgomery, Dr. Patrick O' Shea, Blake Riddick, and Peter Zhigang Pan  

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Cesium Evaporation Rate on Tungsten Photocathodes Ameerah Jabr-Hamdan, Dr. Eric Montgomery, Dr into a vacuum chamber. Experimentally found the evaporation rate of Cesium on a Tungsten Photocathode Photocathode) More accurate model of Cesium evaporation. The Free Electron Laser and Needed Improvements

Anlage, Steven

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Clinical and molecular studies in full trisomy 22: Further delineation of the phenotype and review of the literature. Reply to Dr. Robinson and Dr. Kalousek  

SciTech Connect

This {open_quotes}Letter to the Editor{close_quotes} responds to the comments by Dr. Robinson and Dr. Kalousek regarding the implications of meiotic versus somatic chromosomal aberrations. The survival time of the patient may depend on the detection of mosicism; the discussion of the existence of full trisomy 22 remains controversial. 2 refs.

Bacino, C.A.; Graham, J.M. Jr. [UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA (United States)] [UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA (United States)

1996-03-01

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Acknowledgements First of all I would like to thank my advisors, dr. De Bra and dr. ir. Houben for the many stimulating  

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participated in the experiments and especially to drs. Erica de Vries for her advise on how to conductAcknowledgements First of all I would like to thank my advisors, dr. De Bra and dr. ir. Houben these experiments. I would also like to thank my housemates, Alexander van de Pas, ir. Jean Moonen and Ren‚??e de

De Bra, Paul

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Nonlethal adherence to human neutrophils mediated by Dr antigen-specific adhesins of Escherichia coli.  

PubMed

Uropathogenic Escherichia coli strains express a variety of adhesins, including members of the Dr adhesin family such as the Dr hemagglutinin, AFAI, and AFAIII. Certain E. coli adhesins (e.g., type 1 and S fimbriae) are known to mediate adherence to human polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs). The receptor on erythrocytes for Dr family adhesins, decay accelerating factor, is also present on PMNs. To determine whether Dr family adhesins mediate adherence to PMNs and to characterize the specificity and consequences of such adherence, we studied agglutination of PMNs and adherence to PMNs by recombinant E. coli strains expressing various mannose-resistant or mannose-sensitive adhesins, in the presence or absence of inhibitors of adherence. Dr family adhesins, like type 1 fimbriae, mediated concentration-dependent adherence to PMNs. Adherence to PMNs was mannose sensitive for type 1 fimbriae but mannose resistant for Dr family adhesins. Chloramphenicol inhibited PMN adherence for the Dr hemagglutinin with the same potency as that with which it inhibited hemagglutination, but it was inactive against PMN adherence and hemagglutination mediated by other members of the Dr adhesin family. In contrast to PMN adherence mediated by type 1 fimbriae, adherence mediated by the Dr hemagglutinin did not lead to significantly increased bacterial killing. These data suggest that Dr family adhesins mediate a novel pattern of adherence to PMNs, probably by recognizing decay accelerating factor, with minimal consequent bacterial killing. PMID:7806371

Johnson, J R; Skubitz, K M; Nowicki, B J; Jacques-Palaz, K; Rakita, R M

1995-01-01

457

GENESI-DR Portal: a scientific gateway to distributed repositories  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

GENESI-DR (Ground European Network for Earth Science Interoperations - Digital Repositories) is a European Commission (EC)-funded project, kicked-off early 2008 lead by ESA; partners include Space Agencies (DLR, ASI, CNES), both space and no-space data providers such as ENEA (I), Infoterra (UK), K-SAT (N), NILU (N), JRC (EU) and industry as Elsag Datamat (I), CS (F) and TERRADUE (I). GENESI-DR intends to meet the challenge of facilitating "time to science" from different Earth Science disciplines in discovery, access and use (combining, integrating, processing, Ö) of historical and recent Earth-related data from space, airborne and in-situ sensors, which are archived in large distributed repositories. "Discovering" which data are available on a "geospatial web" is one of the main challenges ES scientists have to face today. Some well- known data sets are referred to in many places, available from many sources. For core information with a common purpose many copies are distributed, e.g., VMap0, Landsat, and SRTM. Other data sets in low or local demand may only be found in a few places and niche communities. Relevant services, results of analysis, applications and tools are accessible in a very scattered and uncoordinated way, often through individual initiatives from Earth Observation mission operators, scientific institutes dealing with ground measurements, service companies or data catalogues. In the discourse of Spatial Data Infrastructures, there are "catalogue services" - directories containing information on where spatial data and services can be found. For metadata "records" describing spatial data and services, there are "registries". The Geospatial industry coins specifications for search interfaces, where it might do better to reach out to other information retrieval and Internet communities. These considerations are the basis for the GENESI-DR scientific portal, which adopts a simple model allowing the geo-spatial classification and discovery of information as a loosely connected federation of nodes. This network had however to be resilient to node failures and able to scale with the growing addition of new information about data and services. The GENESI-DR scientific portal is still evolving as the project deploys the different components amongst the different partners, but the aim is to provide the connection to information, establish rights, access it and in some cases apply algorithms using the computer power available on the infrastructure with simple interfaces. As information is discovered in the network, it can be further exploited, filtered or enhanced according to the user goals. To implement this vision two specialized graphical interfaces were designed on the portal. The first, concentrates on the text-based search of information, while the second is a command and control of submission and order status on a distributed processing environment. The text search uses natural language features that extract the spatial temporal components from the user query. This is then propagated to the nodes by mapping them to OpenSearch extensions, and then returned to the user as an aggregated list of the resources. These can either be access points to dataset series or services that can be further analysed and processed. At this stage, the user is presented with dedicated interfaces that correspond to context of the action that is performing. Be it a bulk data download, data processing or data mining, the different services offer specialized interfaces that are integrated on the portal. In the overall, the GENESI-DR project identifies best practices and supporting context for the use of a minimal abstract model to loosely connect a federation of Digital Repositories. Surpassing the apparent lack of cost effectiveness of the Spatial Data Infrastructures effort in developing "catalogue services" is achieved by trimming the use cases to the most common and relevant. The GENESI-DR scientific portal is, as such, the visible front-end of a dedicated

Goncalves, Pedro; Brito, Fabrice; D'Andria, Fabio; Cossu, Roberto; Fusco, Luigi

2010-05-01

458

My friend Dr Knox: a pupil writes about the anatomist.  

PubMed

Thomas Giordani Wright, a medical apprentice in Newcastle upon Tyne, attended Dr Robert Knox's anatomy classes in Edinburgh between November 1825 and April 1826, only two years before Burke and Hare began murdering people and selling the bodies of their victims to Knox's anatomy school. In March 1829, soon after the crimes came to light and Burke had been found guilty of murder and executed, Wright commented on the case in his diary, describing the practices in the dissection rooms and giving his views on Robert Knox, the teacher who had become his friend. PMID:16353861

Johnson, A

2005-12-01

459

89. View of DR 2 antenna (structure no. 736) at ...  

Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

89. View of DR 2 antenna (structure no. 736) at 65 percent completion showing erection process. Antenna system designed and factory construction by D.S. Kennedy & Company., Comasset, MA, 1958. Note scanner radar building in background. Official photograph BMEWS Project by unknown photographer, 11 July, 1960, Photographic Services, Riverton, NJ, BMEWS, clear as negative no. A-824. - Clear Air Force Station, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Site II, One mile west of mile marker 293.5 on Parks Highway, 5 miles southwest of Anderson, Anderson, Denali Borough, AK

460

A tribute to Dr. Ellis R. Kerley: the Kansas years.  

PubMed

Dr. Ellis R. Kerley, one of the founders of the Physical Anthropology section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, was born in Kentucky and received his undergraduate degree at the University of Kentucky. Following the completion of his doctoral degree (University of Michigan) he was a visiting professor at the University of Kentucky before joining the faculty at the University of Kansas in 1966. At Kansas he was a major advisor for many graduate students who were to become leaders in the new area of Forensic Anthropology. PMID:11451054

Bass, W M

2001-07-01

461

STS-72 Mission Specialist Dr. Daniel T. Barry suits up  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Looking elated at the prospect of his upcoming spaceflight, STS- 72 Mission Specialist Dr. Daniel T. Barry dons his launch/entry suit in the Operations and Checkout Building with assistance from a suit technician. The trip into space will be the first for Barry, a medical doctor who also has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering. He and five fellow crew members will soon depart for Launch Pad 39, where the Space Shuttle Endeavour is undergoing final preparations for liftoff during an approximately 49-minute window opening at about 4:18 am EST, January 11.

1996-01-01

462

[The SS dentist Dr. Willy Frank. A biography].  

PubMed

In his role as leading SS dentist in the concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau Dr. Willy Frank was involved in the worst crimes of World War II: In the early summer of 1944 the so called "Hungarian Action" commenced. It planned the extermination of around 450 000 Hungarian Jews within only a few months. Some twenty years later he was sentenced during the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials to seven years of imprisonment on grounds of his participation in the selection and gassing of the Jews. Before that he had been able to resume his professional worksince 1947 unchecked. PMID:20509438

Huber, Barbara

2009-01-01

463

Dr. Christopher Kraft looks over packaged 'parasol' in bldg 10  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Dr. Christopher C. Kraft J. (left), JSC Director, and George A Post, JSC Crew Systems Division, look over the packaged 'parasol' during fabrication and checkout of the umbrella-like mechanical device in the Technical Services shop in bldg 10 at JSC. The 'parasol' is designed to fit into the T027 experiment photometer canister. The canopy portion of the 'parasol' measures 24 feet by 22 feet. The 'parasol' is one of several sunscreen possibilities being considered for use in shading the overheated Skylab 1 Orbital Workshop.

1973-01-01

464

Dr. von Braun and Army Ballistics Missile Agency (ABMA) Group  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This photograph of Dr. von Braun, shown here to the left of General Bruce Medaris, was taken in the fall of 1959, immediately prior to Medaris' retirement from the Army. At the time, von Braun and his associates worked for the Army Ballistics Missile Agency in Huntsville, Alabama. Those in the photograph have been identified as Ernst Stuhlinger, Frederick von Saurma, Fritz Mueller, Hermarn Weidner, E.W. Neubert (partially hidden), W.A. Mrazek, Karl Heimburg, Arthur Rudolph, Otto Hoberg, von Braun, Oswald Lange, Medaris, Helmut Hoelzer, Hans Maus, E.D. Geissler, Hans Heuter, and George Constan.

1959-01-01

465

Vorkurs Informatik 2010 -Diskrete Strukturen Prof. Dr. Ir Joost-Pieter Katoen  

E-print Network

} {a N | a ist gerade} {a, b, c} Leere Menge F¨ur jede Menge M gilt: M Prof. Dr. Ir Joost}, A B A BA B A BA B A B A B A\\B Prof. Dr. Ir Joost-Pieter Katoen (i2) Vorkurs Informatik 2010: A B = B A. A B = B A. A B A BA B A B = B A A B = B A Prof. Dr. Ir Joost-Pieter Katoen (i2

√Ābrah√°m, Erika

466

Promiscuous and specific binding of HIV peptides to HLA-DR1 and DR103. Impact on T-cell repertoire of nonimmunized individuals.  

PubMed

The binding of immunogenic peptides to DR molecules is influenced by residues that point into the peptide-binding groove. The T-cell response toward a peptide complexed to an MHC molecule depends on the presence of a sufficient number of T cells reactive with peptide-MHC complex on the surface of APCs. From 96 overlapping HIV peptides, we have selected 11 that show a significant binding to either DR1, DR103, or both. These two DR molecules are identical except for three amino acids at positions 67, 70, and 71 on the beta chain. Peptide-specific T-cell lines and clones were generated with cells from nonimmunized donors homozygous for DR1 or DR103 by using either individual peptides or peptide pools for the in vitro priming. Three of the peptides induced T-cell-specific proliferative response in both individuals, and these peptides were not among those with highest affinity. Most of the peptides induced strong responses against autologous APCs. This might reflect cross-reactivity between HIV and self-peptides. Definition of peptides that both show promiscuous binding to DR and elicit a strong T-cell response is important for design of efficient synthetic vaccines. PMID:7836066

Praud, C; Jurcevic, S; L'Faqihi, F E; Guiraud, M; de Preval, C; Thomsen, M

1994-09-01

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Replacement of the DR alpha chain with the E alpha chain enhances presentation of Mycoplasma arthritidis superantigen by the human class II DR molecule.  

PubMed Central

Mycoplasma arthritidis mitogen (MAM) is produced by an organism which can cause chronic proliferative arthritis in rodents. MAM possesses a typical superantigenic activity; it has the ability to activate a large panel of T cells which express specific V beta segments of the T-cell receptor. The presentation of MAM to T cells by antigen-presenting cells is mediated primarily through its binding to the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class II E alpha chain in mice and the DR alpha chain in humans. However, MAM is much less active for human peripheral blood lymphocytes than for mouse splenocytes. It was suggested that a difference in MAM binding affinity between human and mouse class II molecules may account for their different MAM activities. To examine this possibility, we generated a panel of B-cell transfectants whose DR molecule is composed of either the DR alpha or the E alpha chain paired with a DR3 beta chain. The ability of these transfectants to present MAM to human peripheral T cells was analyzed. Our data show that transfectants expressing E alpha DR beta chimeric molecules have higher MAM-presenting activity than transfectants expressing wild-type DR alpha DR beta molecules, while the latter have higher activity in stimulating DR3-alloreactive T cells. Since both types of transfectants present MAM to T cells expressing the same T-cell receptor V beta gene families, the higher MAM-presenting activity of the E alpha transfectant is not due to its ability to interact with a different set of T cells. Furthermore, both the E alpha 1 and E alpha 2 domains contribute to this increased affinity for MAM binding. Taken together, our data suggest that there may be multiple MAM binding sites on the E alpha and DR alpha chains and residues unique to the E alpha chain may provide additional affinity for MAM. PMID:7642264

Sawada, T; Pergolizzi, R; Ito, K; Silver, J; Atkin, C; Cole, B C; Chang, M D

1995-01-01

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Name: dhr. prof. dr. C.K. van der Ent Pediatric Pulmonology  

E-print Network

Name: dhr. prof. dr. C.K. van der Ent Profile Teaching commitment Pediatric Pulmonology Faculty Medicine Department Pediatrics, subdepartment Pediatric Pulmonology Contact details Telephone (+31) 88 755

Utrecht, Universiteit

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HLA-DR alleles are associated with IDDM, but not with impaired neutrophil chemotaxis in IDDM.  

PubMed

Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) is a risk factor for periodontitis. Depressed neutrophil chemotaxis has been demonstrated in IDDM and in early-onset periodontitis (EOP). HLA-DR antigens are associated with both IDDM and periodontitis. This investigation sought to determine an association of HLA-DR3, -DR4, and -DR53 with impaired neutrophil chemotaxis in an IDDM sample. The neutrophil chemotaxis index of 41 diabetics and 27 controls was determined by a modified Boyden chamber method, and certain class II HLA genotypes were determined by polymerase chain-reaction amplification of genomic DNA by means of sequence-specific primers (PCR-SSP). The mean chemotaxis index of the diabetics was significantly less than that of the controls (p < or = 0.02). HLA-DR3 (p < or = 0.002), -DR4 (p < 0.003), and -DR53 (p < or = 0.001) were associated with IDDM. Neutrophil chemotaxis and glucose metabolism were not significantly correlated. None of the HLA-DR alleles was associated with impaired neutrophil chemotaxis. Therefore, the neutrophil chemotaxis defect of IDDM appears to be independent of these HLA-DR-associated genes. PMID:9663434

Gustke, C J; Stein, S H; Hart, T C; Hoffman, W H; Hanes, P J; Russell, C M; Schuster, G S; Watson, S C

1998-07-01

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PREFACE: Eighth International Conference on Dissociative Recombination (DR2010)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In dissociative recombination (DR), a molecular ion captures an electron and falls apart. One might initially conclude that this process is relatively simple. However, a review of the DR literature over the past 60 years, since the pioneering papers of Sir David Bates [1], shows that the study of DR has proved to be highly challenging for both theorists and experimentalists. Both this challenge and the ubiquitous importance of the process have made its study rewarding, endlessly interesting, and full of surprises. DR is fundamentally the interaction of an electronic continuum with a vibrational continuum often connected by quasibound intermediate states. Autoionization in the first continuum competes with dissociation in the second. DR occurs at the total energy of an ion plus a free electron and is in the same region as vibrationally excited Rydberg states and other neutral superexcited states. All these states interact with each other prior to dissociation, forming a complex that controls the quantum yields of products. The complexity of the process has required both innovation and ingenuity on the part of both theorists and experimentalists. Over the years, it has become apparent that in order to compare theoretical and experimental results, the experiments must identify the electronic, vibrational and for low mass ions, the rotational state. The traditional disagreement between theoretical and experimental results has been due, in part, to the sensitivity of DR cross sections and rate constants to the state of the recombining ion. Great progress has been made in recent years in both flowing afterglow and storage ring experiments aimed at reducing this uncertainty. The latest advances and insights in theory and experiment were the topics of the Eighth International Conference on Dissociative Recombination held at the Granlibakken Lodge at Lake, Tahoe, California, 16-20 August 2010. The conference was part of a series of conferences on DR that started at Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada in May, 1988 [2] and was followed in May 1992 [3] at L'Abbaye de Saint Jacut de la Mer, Brittany, France, in May, 1995 [4] at Ein Gedi, Israel, in June 1999 [5] on the island of Nšsslingen in the Stockholm archipelago, Sweden, in August, 2001 [6] at Chicago, USA, in July, 2004 [7] at the Alte Mšlzerei, Mosbach, Germany and in July, 2007 [8] at the Resort d'Amelander Kaap on the island of Ameland, The Netherlands. All papers from the last two conferences and this conference are freely available at http://iopscience.iop.org/1742-6596. In keeping with the tradition of prior DR conferences, all papers in this volume have been refereed. Our thanks go to the referees for their efforts. Travel support for conference participants was provided by NSF grant ATM-0838061 and NASA grant NNX09AQ73G to SLG. We thank Priscilla Kujawski for proofreading the Dedication. Steven L GubermanAnn E OrelEditors Conference photograph Participants of the 8th International Conference on Dissociative Recombination: Theory, Experiments and Applications. 1. Stephen Pratt18. Randy Vane35. Robert Continetti 2. Chris Greene19. Claude Krantz36. Henrik Buhr 3. Bastiaan Braams20. Xavier Urbain37. Mats Larsson 4. Ed Grant21. Hidekazu Takagi38. Dirk Schwalm 5. Christian Nordhorn22. Brian Mitchell39. Evelyne Roueff 6. Steen BrÝnsted Nielsen23. Andreas Wolf40. Pascal Pernot 7. Dermot Madden24. Daren Stotler41. Stefan Rosťn 8. Radek Plaöil25. Slava Kokoouline42. Rainer Johnsen 9. Daniel Savin26. David Schultz43. Xiaohong Cai 10. Jonathan Tennyson27. Mourad Telmini44. Dan Haxton 11. Peet Hickman28. Ruth Malenda45. Ňsa Larson 12. Michael Fogle29. Slim Chourou46. Dahbia Talbi 13. Waffeu Tamo Francois Oliver30. Petr Dohnal47. Ann Orel 14. Christian Jungen31. Julia StŁtzel48. Steven Guberman 15. Ilya Fabrikant32. Ioan Schneider49. Jane Fox 16. Wolf Geppert33. Nicholas Shuman50. Richard Thomas 17. Old?ich Novotnż34. Holger Kreckel51. Fangfang Ruan

Guberman, Steven L.; Orel, Ann E.

2011-07-01

471

Feasibility report: 105-DR as replacement for 105-F  

SciTech Connect

Following inquiry by Operations regarding the feasibility of operating Building 105-DR in conjunction with the 100-F Area Water Plant with 105-F in a long time shutdown condition, a preliminary study has been made. The results of this study appear herein. A study new under way, GEO-3, considers simultaneous operation of 105-D & 105-DR with separate water plants. Primary consideration in this study is that of furnishing a reliable water supply with improved or simplified operating features and at a minimum cost. In the event 105-F was permanently shut down, the water plant would be available for the production of water for 105-DE provided inter-connection and operation of a widely separated water plant and pile can be accomplished economically and practically. The obvious advantage of the proposed arrangement is the savings, if any, realized by a difference in initial costs and extended operating cost. The purpose of thin report is to investigate the feasibility of the proposed scheme from the standpoint of engineering, operation and economics. Certain probable trouble spots such as steam capacity, corrosion, etc. are mentioned and possible solutions are suggested. However, no recommendations are intended, as the necessary detailed study of these items in considered to be beyond the scope of present request and was not entered into.

Thayer, J.R.

1994-12-31

472

Census of Blue Stars in SDSS DR8  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We present a census of the 12,060 spectra of blue objects ((g - r)0 < -0.25) in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Data Release 8 (DR8). As part of the data release, all of the spectra were cross-correlated with 48 template spectra of stars, galaxies, and QSOs to determine the best match. We compared the blue spectra by eye to the templates assigned in SDSS DR8. 10,856 of the objects matched their assigned template, 170 could not be classified due to low signal-to-noise ratio, and 1034 were given new classifications. We identify 7458 DA white dwarfs, 1145 DB white dwarfs, 273 rarer white dwarfs (including carbon, DZ, DQ, and magnetic), 294 subdwarf O stars, 648 subdwarf B stars, 679 blue horizontal branch stars, 1026 blue stragglers, 13 cataclysmic variables, 129 white dwarf-M dwarf binaries, 36 objects with spectra similar to DO white dwarfs, 179, quasi-stellar objects (QSOs), and 10 galaxies. We provide two tables of these objects, sample spectra that match the templates, figures showing all of the spectra that were grouped by eye, and diagnostic plots that show the positions, colors, apparent magnitudes, proper motions, etc., for each classification. Future surveys will be able to use templates similar to stars in each of the classes we identify to automatically classify blue stars, including rare types.

Scibelli, Samantha; Newberg, Heidi Jo; Carlin, Jeffrey L.; Yanny, Brian

2014-12-01

473

Complotype genetic loci segregate more frequently with HLA-DR than with HLA-B.  

PubMed

The loci for BF, C2, C4A, and C4B are very closely linked to each other so that alleles of these plasma protein markers occur in populations in linkage disequilibrium and are inherited as single genetic units called complotypes. These complotypes are coded by a DNA region of the short arm of chromosome 6 embracing approximately 100 kilobases, which serve as a marker of the major histocompatibility complex. We have studied the complotypes of nine families with known HLA-B/DR crossovers. In seven families, the complotypes were inherited with HLA-DR, including in one family with a double recombination. The haplotype HLA-A28, Cw1, B27, FC3, 20, DR4 of JTr resulted from two recombinations between HLA-A2, Cw1, B27, SC42, DR7 and HLA-A28, Cwx or Cw1, B37, FC3, 20, DR4. In the remaining two families (Ro and Lo) the complotypes were inherited with HLA-B. The haplotype A2, Cw5, Bw44, SC30, DR3 of StLo resulted from paternal recombination between the haplotypes A2, Cw5, Bw44, SC30, DR4 and A24, B8, SC01, DR3, and the haplotype A24, Cw4, Bw35, SC31, DR3 of NaRo resulted from maternal recombination between A24, Cw4, Bw35, SC31, DR4 and A26, Bw41, FC31, DR3. Our data suggest that the complotype region maps closer to HLA-D than to HLA-B. PMID:3871424

Yunis, E J; Awdeh, Z; Johnson, A; Suciu-Foca, N; Robinson, M A; Hartzman, R; Raum, D; Fleischnick, E; Alper, C A

1985-01-01

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[Portrait of Dr Milenko Petrovi? (1884-1950)].  

PubMed

Dr Milenko Petrovi? was one of the very distinguished physicians in the history of Sombor city, who significantly contributed to the development of health care in Voivodina. His father Dimitrije was a professor in the High Teacher-training School in Sombor, recognized writer and politician of his epoch. He was born in Sombor in 1884, where he was educated and finished grammar school. For medical studies he moved to Budapest as a boarder of the famous Tekelianum, and graduated in 1908. He started specialisation in surgery, but being a great patriot he voluntarily recruited in the Serbian army to fight in Balkan liberation wars against Turkey. For his excellent work as a war surgeon he obtained many recognitions. After completing specialization in surgery in Debrecin, he returned to his native city Sombor, where he intended to practice as a physician, but because af the outbreak of the first world he was mobilized and sent to the front in Galicia. After the war he again returned to Sombor where he was immediatelly nominated for the main county physician and then begins his fruitful many year's work on the establishment and promotion of the health care in Sombor and broader territory. As the main county phsician he initiated the foundation and construction of the hospital in Sombor, because of high mortality rate among children, and spreading of contagious diseases like tuberculosis and trachoma. The construction of the hospital was completed in 1925 and Dr. Petrovi? was appointed its first director and this duty he performed for many years till the World War 2 in 1941. Under his management the hospital in Sombor became one of the best quality hospitals in the country and gave a big contribution to the promotion of health of the inhabitants of Voivodina. In spite of his extensive duties in the hospital. Dr. Milenko Petrovi? was very much engaged in social work, as the president of library "Laza Kosti ?". in the Soko association, Fire brigade, Rotary club, and he was a collaborator in the Red cross, Adriatic guard, and in Church community. Since 1930 he worked as a professor of Hygiene in the High Teacher-training School, just like his father. He was arrested and persecuted not only during the Seecond World War, but after the war as well by communist authorities, because he was regarded as nationalist, monarchist, and anticommunist. He died unrecognized in 1950, and now finally came the time for objective evaluation and recognition of his valuable professsional work. PMID:19368288

Kljai?, Leposava; Borota, Radoslav

2008-01-01

475

In vitro adherence properties of Lactobacillus rhamnosus DR20 and Bifidobacterium lactis DR10 strains and their antagonistic activity against an enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli  

Microsoft Academic Search

Adhesion and colonisation properties of three probiotic strains namely, Lactobacillus rhamnosus DR20, L. acidophilus HN017, and Bifidobacterium lactis DR10, were determined in vitro using the differentiated human intestinal cell-lines including HT-29, Caco-2, and HT29-MTX, and compared with properties of L. acidophilus LA-1 and L. rhamnosus GG (two commercial probiotic strains). Two independent methods were employed to quantitate the ďadhesivenessĒ of

Pramod K Gopal; Jaya Prasad; John Smart; Harsharanjit S Gill

2001-01-01

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Dr Operon-Associated Invasiveness of Escherichia coli from Pregnant Patients with Pyelonephritis  

PubMed Central

We used a gentamicin protection assay to assess the ability of gestational pyelonephritis isolates of Escherichia coli to invade HeLa cells. The ability to enter HeLa cells was strongly associated with the presence of Dr operons coding for Dr adhesins. In contrast, the nonivasive isolates predominantly expressed papG, coding for P fimbriae. PMID:11402015

Goluszko, Pawel; Niesel, David; Nowicki, Bogdan; Selvarangan, Rangaraj; Nowicki, Stella; Hart, Audrey; Pawelczyk, Edyta; Das, Margaret; Urvil, Petri; Hasan, Rafia

2001-01-01

477

Prof. Dr. Frank Richter, Corporate Strategy 06.07.2010 EvaSys evaluation Page 1  

E-print Network

Prof. Dr. Frank Richter, Corporate Strategy 06.07.2010 EvaSys evaluation Page 1 Prof. Dr. Frank Richter Corporate Strategy (WiWi0089.001) No. of responses = 28 Overall indicators Global Index g√ľnstig.=Abstention 5% 1 15% 2 30% 3 35% 4 15% 5 0% 6 Relative Frequencies of answers Std. Dev. Mean Scale Histogram

Pfeifer, Holger

478

Localization of the recombination points in a family with two DR/DP recombinations.  

PubMed

In a family with a maternal DR/GLO recombination, cellular DP typing showed it to be located between DR and DP. RFLP studies done during the 9th international histocompatibility workshop gave anomalous segregation patterns of DPA and DPB bands that could be interpreted as being due to a second, paternal DR/DP recombination. This assumption was confirmed later by PCR-SSO typing. A more precise mapping has been done by new markers showing the maternal recombination to be within the TAP2 locus and the paternal recombination to be between DQB1 and DQB3. This supports earlier suggestions of a hot spot of recombination in the TAP region. The recombinations involve parental haplotypes that presently show DR/DP linkage disequilibrium in the French population and it is proposed that DR/DP recombinations occur randomly while B/DR recombinations preferentially occur on haplotypes without strong linkage disequilibrium. Existing DR/DP linkage disequilibria in a given population will thus be broken down with time. The mixed lymphocyte culture response towards an isolated DP difference was tested in this and another DR/DP recombinant family. It showed that an alloresponse towards DP may be highly variable and this suggests that it might be important to define the rules for the strength of this reaction and the possible implications for allotransplantation. PMID:8813738

Thomsen, M; Cullen, M; Carrington, M; Foissac, A; Abbal, M; de Prťval, C; Crouau-Roy, B; Cambon-Thomsen, A

1996-06-01

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College of Natural Science Scholarship Recipients Dr. Leroy Augenstein Memorial Scholarship  

E-print Network

College of Natural Science Scholarship Recipients 2014-2015 Dr. Leroy Augenstein Memorial Scholarship Alyssa Engle Neuroscience Cheyenne Palmer Human Biology Zachary Reilly Human Biology Garret Zuk Mathematics Dr. Norman F & Mrs Jean B Bach Undergraduate Student Scholarship in Chemistry Tyler Robison

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Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies........................786-6575 DPL 404, 3211 Providence Dr, Anchorage, AK 99508,  

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Dr, Anchorage, AK 99508, ichs@uaa.alaska.edu, http://ichs.uaa.alaska.edu/, Fax: 786-6576 Briske, Lynn Studies 786-6575 DPL 404, 3211 Providence Dr, Anchorage, AK 99508, ichs@uaa.alaska.edu, www, 4500 Diplomacy Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508, ayopra@uaa.alaska.edu, http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/ir, Fax

Pantaleone, Jim

481

Maxbauer et al.GSA DATA REPOSITORY 2014357 APPENDIX DR1. AGE CONSTRAINTS FOR NAPARTULIK SITE  

E-print Network

and Leng, 2011; Yang et al., 2005). This age is near the old end of all published age ranges for the siteMaxbauer et al.GSA DATA REPOSITORY 2014357 APPENDIX DR1. AGE CONSTRAINTS FOR NAPARTULIK SITE Several lines of evidence support a middle Eocene age for the Napartulik forest site (Fig. DR1). Both

Royer, Dana

482

GLI3-dependent repression of DR4 mediates hedgehog antagonism of TRAIL-induced apoptosis  

PubMed Central

Tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL) induces apoptosis through its cognate receptors death receptor 4 (DR4) and death receptor 5 (DR5), preferentially in malignant cells. However, many malignant cells remain resistant to TRAIL cytotoxicity by poorly characterized mechanisms. Here, using cholangiocarcinoma cells, as a model for TRAIL resistance, we identified a role for the oncogenic Hedgehog (Hh)-GLI pathway in the regulation of TRAIL cytotoxicity. Blockade of Hh using pharmacological and genetic tools sensitizes the cells to TRAIL cytotoxicity. Restoration of apoptosis sensitivity coincided with upregulation of DR4 expression, while expression of other death effector proteins remained unaltered. Knockdown of DR4 mimics Hh-mediated resistance to TRAIL cytotoxicity. Hh regulates the expression of DR4 by modulating the activity of its promoter. Luciferase, chromatin immunoprecipitation and expression assays show that the transcription factor GLI3 binds to the DR4 promoter and Hh requires an intact GLI3-repression activity to silence DR4 expression. Finally, small interfering RNA (siRNA)-targeted knockdown of GLI3, but not GLI1 or GLI2, restores DR4 expression and TRAIL sensitivity, indicating that the Hh effect is exclusively mediated by this transcription factor. In conclusion, these data provide evidence of a regulatory mechanism, which modulates TRAIL signaling in cancer cells and suggest new therapeutic approaches for TRAIL-resistant neoplasms. PMID:20562908

Kurita, S; Mott, JL; Almada, LL; Bronk, SF; Werneburg, NW; Sun, S-Y; Roberts, LR; Fernandez-Zapico, ME; Gores, GJ

2010-01-01

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Research Associate I in the Laboratory of Dr. John Belisle, Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology.  

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Research Associate I in the Laboratory of Dr. John Belisle, Department of Microbiology, Immunology activities of the laboratory of Dr. Belisle in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology-MIP_HR@mail.colostate.edu Subject: Research Associate ­ Belisle Lab Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology Human

Stephens, Graeme L.

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Herz-, Thorax-, Transplantations-und Gefchirurgie PD Dr. A. R. Simon Hannover Thoracic Transplant Program  

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Herz-, Thorax-, Transplantations- und Gef√§√?chirurgie PD Dr. A. R. Simon Hannover Thoracic Transplant Program Breathing Lung Graft: Vorteile neuer Konservierungsmethoden bei Lungentransplantation #12;Herz-, Thorax-, Transplantations- und Gef√§√?chirurgie, Hannover Thoracic Transplant Program PD Dr. A. R

Manstein, Dietmar J.

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GANTT, JOHN ARTHUR. Comparative Analysis of RNase P. (Under the direction of Dr. James W. Brown.)  

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GANTT, JOHN ARTHUR. Comparative Analysis of RNase P. (Under the direction of Dr. James W. Brown analysis. #12;COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RNASE P by JOHN ARTHUR GANTT A thesis submitted to the Graduate of Advisory Committee Dr. James W. Brown #12;ii BIOGRAPHY I, John Gantt, was born in Houston, Texas

Brown, James W.

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Data Representation and Applets CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1  

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Data Representation and Applets CSC 1051 Villanova University Dr. Papalaskari 1 Data Representation and Applets CSC 1051 ­ Data Structures and Algorithms I Dr. Mary-Angela Papalaskari Department of Computing Sciences Villanova University Course website: http://www.csc.villanova.edu/~map/1051/ Some slides

Papalaskari, Mary-Angela

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Dr. H. Ballentine Carter elected Trustee of the American Board of Urology  

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Dr. H. Ballentine Carter elected Trustee of the American Board of Urology Charlottesville (March 14 Trustee of The American Board of Urology (ABU). His six-year term began February 28, 2012. Dr. Carter was nominated to the ABU by the American Association of Genitourinary Surgeons. Founded in 1935, the American

Connor, Ed

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Grantee Spotlight: Dr. Meena Jaggi - Investigating Curcumin (Turmeric) as HPV Repressor for Native American Women  

Cancer.gov

Often cancer health disparities are the result of complex factors, including environmental, nutrition, lifestyle, etc. According to Dr. Jaggi, there is a relationship between smoking (which is very high in the region) and cervical cancer. ďNative American women in Northern Plains smoke four times more compared to Caucasian women. Some research suggests that smoking can influence HPV infection,Ē said Dr. Jaggi.

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Dr. Moon Chen: The Insights of a Cancer Scientist Addressing Asian American Cancer Disparities  

Cancer.gov

Throughout most of his career, Dr. Moon S. Chen, Jr. has sought to address Asian American cancer health disparities through research, outreach, and training. He has also helped NCI reach out to the Asian American community to educate this community about cancer. As part of the ďMeet the ResearchersĒ series, Dr. Chen shares his insights with Lifelines.

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Structural Organization of the DR Subregion of the Human Major Histocompatibility Complex  

Microsoft Academic Search

Two clusters of overlapping cosmid and lambda phage clones comprising 205 kilobases (kb) have been isolated from the DR subregion of the human major histocompatibility complex from a DR4 haplotype. A single DRalpha and three DRbeta genes were identified. In one cluster (135 kb), the DRalpha gene is 90 kb distant from the DRbeta gene encoding a molecule that carries

Thomas Spies; Rosa Sorrentino; Jeremy M. Boss; Kiyotaka Okada; Jack L. Strominger

1985-01-01

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Interview with a quality leader: Dr. John Combes on boards and governance.  

PubMed

Dr. Combes is senior vice president at the American Hospital Association (AHA) and president and COO of the Center for Healthcare Governance. The Interview with Dr. John Combes on Boards and Governance provides a perspective on key changes, issues, competencies, and metrics that hospital boards must address. The role of quality professionals to be effective with boards is also described. PMID:23980796

White, Susan V

2014-01-01

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Session H -BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY (239) Chair: Dr. David Moffett, Loyola Marymount University  

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14 Session H - BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY (239) Chair: Dr. David Moffett, Loyola Marymount & Biochemistry, UCB 215, Boulder, CO 80309-0215. S41 (2:15pm) QUANTUM CHEMICAL QUANTIFICATION OF WEAKLY POLAR. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, West Peltason Dr., Irvine, CA 92697. S43 (2:45pm) MEASURING INTERNAL MN

Dahlquist, Kam D.

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Class Notes from Dr John Barclayís lectures on Comparative Anatomy†  

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Class Notes from Dr John Barclayís lectures on Comparative Anatomy set down between 8th May 1821 and 31st July 1821 at 10 Surgeons Square, Edinburgh by Dr Robert Edmund Grant (UCL MS ADD 28). Transcribed by Alastair A. Macdonald and Colin M. Warwick...

Macdonald, Alastair A.; Warwick, Colin M

2013-01-01

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Process improvement transition authorization No. 294-C: Evaluation of unit flattened zone discharge at DR Reactor  

Microsoft Academic Search

The objective of this authorization is to determine the feasibility of operating the entire flattened zone of DR Reactor at a uniform tube exposure -- to evaluate reactor operation and production capabilities associated with this method of operation. Equilibrium operation will be on normal limits. However, it will be within the discretion of the DR Processing Operation to reduce reactor

R. D. Carter; D. I. Monnie

1959-01-01

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HUMAN MEMORY AND COCKPIT OPERATIONS: AN ASRS STUDY Dr. Jessica Lang Nowinski  

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1 HUMAN MEMORY AND COCKPIT OPERATIONS: AN ASRS STUDY Dr. Jessica Lang Nowinski NASA Ames Research Field, CA Dr. R. Key Dismukes NASA Ames Research Center Moffett Field, CA Memory errors in the cockpit a function of the way normal human memory processes operate in situations involving routine, well learned

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Web Conference with Dr. Hans Keirstead: Stem Cells and Human Disease  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This is a 2009 web conference between Dr. Has Keirstead at UCI and an undergraduate class of Dr. Michael Barresi at Smith College. The primary literature discussed is listed on the web site. There are some audio problems with the conference, but the impact of the material is significant so we have submitted it in spite of this.

PhD Michael JF Barresi (Smith College Biological Sciences)

2009-11-30

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10.06.2008 Dr. Herbert Thurn 1 Software zur Untersttzung  

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10.06.2008 Dr. Herbert Thurn 1 Groupware Software zur Unterst√ľtzung - der Kooperation - der (lokal) oder dezentral (verteilt) organisiert sein #12;10.06.2008 Dr. Herbert Thurn 2 Groupware Ziel Thurn 3 Groupware Groupware-Architektur: In der Regel Client ¬≠ Server - Struktur Internet Client Server

Ott, Albrecht

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Zum 65. Geburtstag von Frau Univer-sittsprofessorin Dr. Irene Schulz veran-  

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1975 an der Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Universit√§t in Frankfurt f√ľr Physiologie. AlsZum 65. Geburtstag von Frau Univer- sit√§tsprofessorin Dr. Irene Schulz veran- staltete das von Prof. Dr. Schulz zur vorklinischen Forschung und ihre Konzentration auf die Zellfor- schung. Der

Huber, Patrick

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Dr. Raza Abidi, Dalhousie University2 "Any computer program designed to help health  

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... Knowledge-based problem-solving and decision making Making better use of patient data Supporting all tiers the patient's treatment journey #12;3 © Dr. Raza Abidi, Dalhousie University5 Answering questions/Education1 © Dr. Raza Abidi, Dalhousie University2 "Any computer program designed to help health

Abidi, Syed Sibte Raza

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ETH ZurichEngineering Geodesy -Prof. Dr. H. Ingensand The Challenges of Indoor Environments and  

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ETH ZurichEngineering Geodesy - Prof. Dr. H. Ingensand The Challenges of Indoor Environments and Specification on some Alternative Positioning Systems Rainer Mautz ETH Z√ľrich Institute of GeodesyEngineering Geodesy - Prof. Dr. H. Ingensand Overview of Positioning Systems GNSS Alternative Positioning Systems