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Asan Award in Medicine

The Asan Award in Medicine is an annual medical award presented by the Asan Foundation. Not to be confused with their other prize, the ASAN Award, which is given for volunteer work, nor the Asan Memorial Poetry Prize given by the Asan Memorial As ...

                                               

Curi

Curi may refer to: Mountains Mount Curi in East Timor Quri Quiquijana, a mountain in Peru People Humberto Curi 1905–1981, Argentine boxer Renato Curi 1953–1977, Italian footballer, died suddenly during a match Katheryn Curi born 1974, American ra ...

                                               

Anna Cartan

Cartan was the youngest child born to Anne Florentine Cottaz 1841–1927 and Joseph Antoine Cartan 1837–1917, who was the village blacksmith. Anna had an elder sister Jeanne-Marie 1867–1931 who became a dressmaker, a brother Leon 1872–1956 who beca ...

                                               

Andree Marquet

Andree Marquet, born in 1934, is a French chemist specializing in organic chemistry and chemical biology, professor emeritus at the Pierre and Marie Curie University and correspondent at the French Academy of sciences since 1993.

                                               

Rupa Sarkar

Rupa Sarkar is the Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Digital Health, a gold open access medical journal in the Lancet family published by Elsevier. She conducted her doctoral research at Imperial College London, where she studied RNA biology and its ...

                                               

Oni Blackstock

Oni Blackstock is a primary care physician and HIV specialist. She is assistant commissioner for the Bureau of HIV for the New York City Department of Health. Her research considers the experiences of women and people of colour in healthcare. Dur ...

                                               

Xia Ruifang

Xia Ruifang was a Chinese publisher. Known as "Chinas first publisher", he co-founded the Commercial Press in 1897 and oversaw its operations until his assassination in 1914.

                                               

Ann Saddlemyer

Ann Saddlemyer was born Eleanor Ann Saddlemyer on 28 November 1932 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Her parents were Elsie Sarah nee Ellis and Orrin Angus Saddlemyer. She was educated at a high school in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. She graduated from ...

                                               

Patricia Boylan

Patricia Boylan was born Patricia Clancy in Coalisland, County Tyrone on 12 March 1913. Her parents were Patrick, a general and wholesale draper and Justice of the Peace, and Anne Clancy nee Treanor. She was the 10th child of 12 children, four gi ...

                                               

Complexities: Women in Mathematics

Complexities: Women in Mathematics is an edited volume on women in mathematics that "contains the stories and insights of more than eighty female mathematicians". It was edited by Bettye Anne Case and Anne M. Leggett, based on a collection of mat ...

                                               

Teri A. Reynolds

Teri A. Reynolds MD, MS is a scientist for the Department for Management of Noncommunicable Diseases, Disability, Violence and Injury Prevention at the World Health Organization who leads the emergency and trauma care program.

                                               

Dexter R. Voisin

Dexter Rommell Voisin is an American professor, social work scientist, author, licensed psychotherapist. and public speaker whose work focuses on the impact of structural violence on the psychosocial development of racial and sexual minorities an ...

                                               

Brenda May

Brenda Mabel May was a New Zealand speleological entomologist known for her contributions to the understanding of weevil larvae biology. Between 1956 and 1980, she worked in the Entomology Division of the Department of Scientific and Industrial R ...

                                               

Whiteshift (book)

Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities is a 2018 non-fiction book written by Birkbeck College, University of London professor Eric Kaufmann. Described by The Economist as a "monumental study of ethno-demographic chan ...

                                               

Kate Wassum (scientist)

Kate Wassum is an American neuroscientist and associate professor of behavioral neuroscience at the University of California, Los Angeles. Wassum probes the neural circuits underlying appetitive associative learning the circuit dynamics that give ...

                                               

Copenhagen School

The Copenhagen School is a term given to "schools" of theory originating in Copenhagen, Denmark. In at least four different scientific disciplines a theoretical approach originating in Copenhagen has been so influential that they have been dubbed ...

                                               

Nicholas Baker

Nicholas or Nick Baker may refer to: Nicholas John Baker, British citizen who was convicted of smuggling cocaine and ecstasy into Japan Nicholas Baker cyclist born 1957, Caymanian cyclist Nick Baker naturalist born 1972, English naturalist and te ...

                                               

NBI

NBI may refer to: NBI narrow body implant, or Mini dental implant NBI bank, a state-run Icelandic bank Nathaniel Branden Institute Nemzeti Bajnoksag I National Bureau of Investigation Ukraine National Bureau of Investigation Philippines Nation Br ...

                                               

The Governor (1939 film)

The Governor is a 1939 German drama film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Brigitte Horney, Willy Birgel and Hannelore Schroth. It is based on the play Die Fahne by Emmerich Groh. The films sets were designed by the art director Max Mell ...

                                               

Pasteur (disambiguation)

Pasteur lunar crater Pasteur Martian crater 4804 Pasteur, a main-belt asteroid

                                               

Reacteur Universite de Strasbourg

The Reacteur Universitaire de Strasbourg was a 100 kW thermal Argonaut-class reactor built at the University Louis-Pasteur, located in the commune of Schiltigheim near Strasbourg. RUS went critical on 22 November 1966 and ended operations on 31 M ...

                                               

Mind Blowing Breakthroughs

Dinosaurs Part 1 Means of Locomotion Part 1 Robotics Part 1 Food and Nutrition Part 1 Space Science Part 1 The Origin of the Universe Part 1 Pain Management Part 2 Means of Locomotion Part 2 Plants and Ecosystems Part 2 Pain Management Part 1 D.N ...

                                               

Jean-Marc Egly

Jean-Marc Egly, born on 27 December 1945, is a French molecular biology researcher specialising in the field of transcription. Research Director at Inserm, he was also Chairman of the Scientific Council of the ARC from 2006 to 2011. He is a membe ...

                                               

Fondation Merieux

The Fondation Merieux is an independent family foundation recognized for public utility created by Charles Merieux. Its mission is to contribute to global health by strengthening local capacities in developing countries to reduce the impact of in ...

                                               

Roentgen

Rontgen or Roentgen may refer to: Kevin Roentgen, musician, singer with American rock band Orson Engelbert Rontgen 1829–1897, German-Dutch violinist Roentgen unit, unit of measurement for ionizing radiation, named after Wilhelm Rontgen Abraham Ro ...

                                               

Lord Nelson (disambiguation)

Lord Nelson Elementary School, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Lord Nelson Ground, a now defunct stadia that was occupied by Millwall Rovers F.C. from 1886–1890. Lord Nelson Hotel, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

                                               

Cacilia Bohm-Wendt

She was born Cacilia Wendt on May 4, 1875 in Troppau, Silesia. She studied at the University of Vienna from 1896 to 1900, where she published work on rational values of trigonometric functions, receiving a doctoral degree for research on special ...

                                               

Merry Christmas (Shelby Lynne album)

Merry Christmas is the first holiday album by American singer/songwriter, Shelby Lynne. It was released on October 12, 2010 by her own label, Eversol Records. The album charted at No. 9 on Billboards folk chart and No. 31 on their holiday chart.

                                               

Ignaz

Ignaz is a male given name, related to the name Ignatius. Notable people with this name include: Ignaz Kirchner 1946–2018, German actor Ignaz von Szyszylowicz 1857–1910, Polish botanist Ignaz Brull 1846–1907, Moravian-born pianist and composer wh ...

                                               

Edward Teller Award

The Edward Teller Award is an award presented every two years by the American Nuclear Society for pioneering research and leadership in the use of laser and ion-particle beams to produce unique high-temperature and high-density matter for scienti ...

                                               

Mountain Gem (sternwheeler)

Mountain Gem was a sternwheel-driven steamboat that operated on the Snake and Columbia rivers from 1904 to 1912, when the machinery was removed and installed in a different, newly built steamboat. Mountain Gem remained on the U.S. merchant vessel ...

                                               

Story time

Story Time or Storytime may refer to: Scary Story Time podcast, a podcast told by horror author Spooky Boo Rhodes covering scary stories and horror stories by Spooky Boo Rhodes. Kinos Storytime, an American television program which aired on PBS f ...

                                               

Current Views

Current Views is an album by jazz pianist Roberto Magris released on the Soul Note label in 2009, and featuring performances by Roberto Magris & The Europlane Orchestra with Philip Catherine, Bill Molenhof, Roberto Ottaviano and others.

                                               

Mayans M.C. (season 1)

The first season of the American television drama series Mayans M.C. premiered on September 4, 2018 and concluded on November 6, 2018, after 10 episodes aired on cable network FX. Mayans M.C. is an American crime drama television series created b ...

                                               

Sakajia Cave Natural Monument

Sakajia Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave located 1.5 km to the north-east from village Godogani, Terjola Municipality in Imereti region of Georgia, 204 meters above sea level. It is located on the left slope of the scenic Tskaltsiteli Gorge ...

                                               

American Agriculturist

American Agriculturist was an agricultural publication for farm, home, and garden in the United States. Solon Robinson was one of its writers. It was illustrated by numerous engravings. It included the tagline for you household, garden, farm. It ...

                                               

William Miles

William Miles Queensland politician 1817–1887, Australian politician Sir William Miles, 1st Baronet 1797–1878, English politician and agriculturalist William Porcher Miles 1822–1899, American politician

                                               

William Somerville

William Somerville may refer to: William Lyon Somerville 1886–1965, Canadian architect William E. Somerville 1869–1950, Scottish aircraft engineer William Somervile 1675–1742, English poet, also written as William Somerville Sir William Somervill ...

                                               

Robert Wallace

Robert Wallace Canadian politician 1820–?, Canadian Member of Parliament Robert Wallace MP for Greenock 1773–1855, Scottish politician, MP for Greenock, 1832–45 Sir Robert Wallace Perth MP 1850–1939, Irish-born politician, MP for Perth, 1895–1907 ...

                                               

William Wade

William Wade, Baron Wade of Chorlton 1932–2018, British politician, businessman and agriculturalist William Wade Maldon MP, in 1410, MP for Maldon Arthur Wade William Arthur Wade, 1919–2014, Australian politician, member of the New South Wales Le ...

                                               

Robert Payne

Robert Payne may refer to: Robert B. Payne, American ornithologist and professor Robert Payne author 1911–1983, English novelist, historian and biographer Robert Payne Gloucester MP c. 1630 – 1713, MP for Gloucester Robert E. Payne born 1941, U.S ...

                                               

William Swan

William or Bill Swan may refer to: William Swan physicist 1818–1894, Scottish physicist Will Swan musician born 1985, American guitarist with post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance Bill Swan footballer born 1956, Australian rules footballer William ...

                                               

Charles Rogers

Charles "Buddy" Rogers 1904–1999, American actor and jazz musician Charley Rogers 1887–1956, British actor, film director and screenwriter who was sometimes credited as Charles Rogers Charles Rogers director born 1987, American film director and ...

                                               

Tress

Kyle Tress born 1940, American skeleton racer Arthur Tress born 1940, American photographer Mike Tress 1909-1967, a national president of Agudath Israel of America Tress MacNeille born 1951, American voice actress Tress Bucyanayandi, Ugandan agri ...

                                               

Robert Fleming

Robert Fleming may refer to: Robert E. Fleming born 1936, American literary critic and university professor Robert Fleming composer 1921–1976, Canadian composer Robert Fleming financier 1845–1933, Scottish financier and founder of the merchant ba ...

                                               

Clarence Smith

Pop-Boy Smith Clarence Ossie Smith, 1892–1924, Major League Baseball pitcher Clarence Smith soccer, American soccer player Clarence Smith baseball, Negro Leagues player, 1921–1933

                                               

David Forbes

David Forbes may refer to: Dave Forbes born 1948, retired Canadian ice hockey player David Forbes politician born 1956, Canadian provincial politician David Forbes British Army officer 1777?–1849, Scottish soldier David McHattie Forbes 1863–1937, ...

                                               

Henry Stephens

Henry Stephens may refer to: Henry Stephens agriculturalist 1795–1874, Scottish farmer and writer Henry Stephens lumberman 1823–1886, lumberman, merchant and financier in Michigan Henry Louis Stephens 1824–1882, American illustrator Henry Robert ...

                                               

William Lawson

William Lawson may refer to: W. R. Lawson William Ramage Lawson 1840–1922, British journalist, economics writer William Lawson co-operator 1836–1916, co-operator and agriculturalist William Lawson speedway rider born 1987, former Scottish speedwa ...

                                               

Alexander Thomson (disambiguation)

Alexander Thomson was a Scottish architect, also known as Greek Thomson. Alexander Thomson may also refer to: Alexander Thomson congressman 1788–1848, US Congressman from Pennsylvania Alexander Thomson, Lord Thomson 1914–1979, Scottish judge, Sen ...