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JRC

JRC is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below: The Joint Radio Company of the fuel and power industries in the United Kingdom. Jose Rizal College, now Jose Rizal University of Mandaluyong City, Philippines Junior R ...

                                               

Annie Luetkemeyer

Annie F. Luetkemeyer is a Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of California, San Francisco. She specialises in infectious diseases, in particular tuberculosis, HIV and viral hepatitis. During the 2019–20 coronavirus pa ...

                                               

Fleming Prize Lecture

The Fleming Prize Lecture was started by the Microbiology Society in 1976 and named after Alexander Fleming, one of the founders of the society. It is for early career researchers, generally within 12 of being awarded their PhD, who have an outst ...

                                               

Emerald Cloud Lab

Emerald Cloud Lab is a privately-owned biotech startup. The company is among the first to offer laboratory automation through the software as a service model. D.J. Kleinbaum and Brian Frezza founded Emerald Cloud Lab in 2010.

                                               

Respiratory syncytial virus vaccine

A respiratory syncytial virus vaccine is a vaccine which prevents infection by respiratory syncytial virus. No such vaccine exists. A 1998 paper reported that research toward developing a vaccine has advanced greatly over the past 10 years. The d ...

                                               

Tomas Cihlae

Tomas Cihlae is a biochemist specializing in virology. He concomitantly holds the positions of Senior Director, Biology, and Vice-President at American pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences. As a student, Cihlae, today known for developing the h ...

                                               

Apilimod

Apilimod is a drug that was initially identified as an inhibitor of production of the interleukins IL-12 and IL-23, and developed for the oral treatment of autoimmune conditions such as Crohns disease and rheumatoid arthritis, though clinical tri ...

                                               

Stem Cell Therapeutic and Research Act of 2005

The Stem Cell Therapeutic and Research Act of 2005 is a United States federal law that assigns the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services to create a national stockpile of cord blood stem cells, and rewrites provisions within the Pu ...

                                               

Peter Valent

Peter Valent is an Austrian hematologist and stem cell researcher. Since 1990 he leads a research group at the Medical University of Vienna. From 2002 he coordinates the European Competence Network on Mastocytosis and since 2008 he is Scientific ...

                                               

Carpobrotus modestus

Carpobrotus modestus, commonly known as inland pigface, is a succulent perennial of the family Aizoaceae, native to the coasts of Australia. It produces purple flowers which mature into fruits and is mainly used as a groundcover succulent or as a ...

                                               

Proton (disambiguation)

Proton, the hydron ion notated H + Proton-pump inhibitor, a group of drugs Proton spectrum, the nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum of the 1 H nucleus Proton-coupled electron transfer, a chemical reaction mechanism Proton, hydronium also called h ...

                                               

Hans Huter

Hans Hermann Huter) was a German-Swiss rocket engineer. Being part of the engineering team around Hermann Oberth, Rudolf Nebel and Klaus Riedel Huter was involved in the development, construction and tests of the first rockets powered by liquid g ...

                                               

Mike Wheeler (Stranger Things)

Michael "Mike" Wheeler is a fictional character from the Netflix science fiction horror series Stranger Things. He is one of the central characters in the series, acting as the de facto leader of the main group of kids and is also the boyfriend o ...

                                               

Venceslava Hrdlickova

She is married her husband PhDr. Zdenek Hrdlicka, former ambassador to Japan.

                                               

David Con Hutton

David Con Hutton was a New Zealand painter and teacher. Hutton was born in Dundee, Scotland, in 1843, and studied at the Dundee School of Art. He studied modelling, and gained several prizes and medals as a student. At the age of 17, in 1860, he ...

                                               

Mary Harris

Mary Harris may refer to: Mary Lee Cagle 1864–1955, married name Mary Harris, pastor Mary Harris Jones 1837–1930, community organiser Mary Packer Harris 1891–1978, Scottish artist and art teacher Mary Harris murderer, American murderer Mary Winif ...

                                               

Peter Murray

Peter Murray may refer to: Peter J. Murray born 1951, retired mathematics teacher and childrens author Peter Murray Yorkshire Sculpture Park, founding director of Yorkshire Sculpture Park Peter Murray Harvard Law School, lecturer at Harvard Law S ...

                                               

Fred Ellis

Fred or Frederick Ellis may refer to: Frederick M. Ellis 1906–1967, American athlete, coach, professor, head football coach at Tufts University 1946–1952 Frederick S. Ellis 1830–1880, Wisconsin politician Fred Ellis footballer 1900–1970, English ...

                                               

Robert Raguso

Robert A. Raguso is an American biologist and professor at Cornell University in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior. He has expanded the field of chemical ecology by introducing and pioneering floral scent as a key component of plant-pol ...

                                               

Rajkumar Singh

Rajkumar Singh or Raj Kumar Singh may refer to: Lal Pratap Singh Rajkumar Lal Pratap Singh ; died 1858, Indian independence activist Raj Kumar Dorendra Singh 1934–2018, Chief Minister of the Indian state of Manipur 1992–1993 Rajkumar Singh cricke ...

                                               

Louis-August Papavoine

Louis-August Papavoine was a French violinist and composer. His first name is uncertain, as his birth and death information. He is believed to have been born in Normandy about 1720, and probably died in Marseilles about 1793. In 1752, he publishe ...

                                               

Robert Hanell

Born in Tschoschl, Czechoslovakia, Hanell, who originally wanted to become a teacher of ancient languages, took private music lessons with H. Zitterbart in Teplice, where he worked as repetiteur and choir conductor from 1943. In 1944 he became mu ...

                                               

Josiah Pittman

Pittman was born on 2 September 1816, the son of a musician. He studied the organ under Goodman and S. S. Wesley. He later took lessons in the piano from Ignaz Moscheles, and in 1836 and 1837 at Frankfurt am Main he studied composition with Franz ...

                                               

Swell

Expression pedal, a control found on many organs and synthesizers, also called a swell box or swell pedal Swell Maps, an experimental English rock group of the 1970s Swell, album by Psyched Up Janis Swell band, an indie rock band from San Francis ...

                                               

Rafiqul Islam

Rafiqul Islam is an Arabic phrase meaning Companion of Islam. It may refer to Mohammad Rafiqul Islam officer, Chief of Bangladesh Air Force Rafiqul Islam Chowdhury d. 2008, Bangladeshi academic and political scientist Rafiqul Islam educationist b ...

                                               

Arthur Hamilton (disambiguation)

Arthur Hamilton is an American songwriter. Arthur Hamilton may also refer to: Arthur Hamilton badminton born 1905, Irish badminton player Lord Arthur Hamilton 1883–1914, British Army officer and courtier Arthur Francis Hamilton 1880–1965, officer ...

                                               

Purana (disambiguation)

Puran or Purana and similar word Purna can mean: Puran or Purna mean complete in Hindi and Sanskrit respectively, in words like Purna avatar, Purna Swaraj and Purna Yoga. Purana, a genus of cicadas Homoptera, Cicadidae indigenous to southeast Asi ...

                                               

SWS

M21 Sniper Weapon System, a US Army sniper rifle SWS trolleybus, a hybrid trolleybus prototype Schwere Wehrmachtschlepper German half-track vehicle deployed late into World War II M24 Sniper Weapon System, a US Army sniper rifle

                                               

Hanso Idzerda

Hanso Schotanus a Steringa Idzerda was a Dutch scientist, entrepreneur and pioneer in radio technology. Between 1907 and 1917 he worked to introduce the already invented triode into radio technology. In 1919 Idzerda invented the triode IDZ-lamp, ...

                                               

Evelyne Pisier

Pisier was born in Hanoi on October 18, 1941. She was the daughter of a French senior civil servant, Georges Pisier, who was a Maurrassien supporter of the Vichy regime and was stationed in Hanoi. Pisier was interned for four years in a Japanese ...

                                               

Fang (alchemist)

Fang, was a Chinese scientist, who lived during the first century B.C. She was the earliest recorded woman alchemist in China. She is only known under her family name Fang. Raised in a scholarly family skilled in the alchemical arts, she studied ...

                                               

Afsos

Afsos is an Indian black comedy web series directed by Anubhuti Kashyap. Starring Gulshan Devaiah, Sulagna Panigrahi, Anjali Patil and Heeba Shah, the series follows a depressed man who wants to commit suicide but is unable to die. It premiered o ...

                                               

Amsterdam Bureau of the Comintern

The Amsterdam Bureau of the Comintern was an outpost of the Communist International established by the Executive Committee of the Communist International in September 1919. At the same time the ECCI also set up the Scandinavian Bureau in Stockhol ...

                                               

Broersen and Lukacs

Broersen and Lukacs is an artist duo living and working in Amsterdam and is formed by Persijn Broersen and Margit Lukacs. They have been working together since 2001 making mostly video-art and video-art installations using various mediums such as ...

                                               

Ellen Hamaker

Ellen Louise "E.L." Hamaker is a Dutch-American psychologist, and statistician. Since 2018 she has been a Full Professor at Utrecht University, holding the chair Longitudinal Data Analysis at the Department of Methodology and Statistics. Her work ...

                                               

Nicole Megow

Nicole Megow is a German discrete mathematician and theoretical computer scientist whose research topics include combinatorial optimization, approximation algorithms, and online algorithms for scheduling. She is a professor in the faculty of math ...

                                               

Copenhagen Atomics

Copenhagen Atomics is a Danish molten salt technology company developing mass manufacturable molten salt reactors. The company headquarters are co-located with Alfa Laval in Copenhagen. Copenhagen Atomics is pursuing small modular, molten fuel sa ...

                                               

Sune Toft

Sune Toft is a professor of Cosmology and Extragalactic Astrophysics at the Niels Bohr Institute. His research focuses on understanding the cosmic origin and evolution of galaxies.

                                               

Andreas Collstrop

Andreas Collstrop was a Danish businessman. He inherited the timber company R. Collstrop in 1988 and opened Denmarks first wood preservation facility at Koge in 1889.

                                               

Florence Seriki

Seriki was born in Lagos but from Delta State. She had her secondary education at the Reagan Memorial Baptist Secondary School, Sabo, Yaba between 1975 and 1980 and then proceeded to the Federal School of Science, Lagos for her A levels. She obta ...

                                               

Yellow (Brymo album)

Yellow is the seventh studio album by Nigerian singer Brymo, released independently on April 1, 2020. It serves as the follow-up to his live album Live! at Terra Kulture Arena. Yellow was crafted from hedonism and is a departure from the dark the ...

                                               

Ire Aderinokun

Ire is from Ogun state, Nigeria. She was born into the family of Tayo and Mrs. Olunfunlola Aderinokun. After her secondary school education in Nigeria she got a Bachelors degree in Experimental Psychology from University of Bristol. While pursuin ...

                                               

Stephanie P. Lacour

Stephanie P. Lacour is a French neurotechnologist and full professor holding the Foundation Bertarelli Chair in Neuroprosthetic Technology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne. Lacour is a pioneer in the field of stretchable e ...

                                               

TGS

Think Global School, New York City, United States Toowoomba Grammar School, Toowoomba, Australia Tottenham Grammar School, London, England The Graduate School at Northwestern University. Illinois Tonbridge Grammar School, Tonbridge, England Towns ...

                                               

TiSPACE

TiSPACE was founded in 2016 by a group of investors, scientists, and engineers led by Yen-Sen Chen who had previously worked at the NSPO and at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. In 2019 they signed an MOU with National Central University to pr ...

                                               

Miroslav Bobek

Miroslav Bobek is a Czech natural scientist and manager, since 2010 he has been the director of Prague Zoo and from 2014 to 2016 he was also president of the Union of Czech and Slovak Zoos. He worked for a long time in Czech Radio, where he becam ...

                                               

Marianne Kreidl

Marianne Kreidl, was one of the earliest women chemists to attend Vienna University. As a result of the occupation of Austria by the Nazis in March 1938, her assets were confiscated. She was able to emigrate to the United States, where she contin ...

                                               

Česko Slovenska SuperStar 2020

Česko Slovenska SuperStar is the joint Czech-Slovak version of Idol series Pop Idol merged from Česko hleda SuperStar and Slovensko hlada SuperStar which previous to that had three individual seasons each. The sixth season premiered in winter 202 ...

                                               

Nicoletta Sacchi

Nicoletta Sacchi is an Italian professor of oncology at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. She is the co-discoverer of the acid guanidinium thiocyanate-phenol-chloroform extraction method to extract RNA from biological samples with Tri ...

                                               

Urgenda

Urgenda is a nonprofit foundation in The Netherlands which aims to help enforce national, European and international environment treaties. In 2013, Urgenda filed a lawsuit against the state of the Netherlands – respectively also against the gover ...