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Peter Draffin

His education began at Tudor House School in Moss Vale, New South Wales, and continued at Cranbrook School, Sydney, both of which list him as a notable alumnus. Representing Cranbrook he achieved a 1st in the 1964 Australian Rowing Championships. ...

                                               

S. Ramachandran

S. Ramachandran may refer to: Subramaniam Ramachandran, missing Sri Lankan Tamil journalist Panruti S. Ramachandran, All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam politician S. Ramachandran scientist, Indian scientist known for his work in the field o ...

                                               

Tan Tin Wee

Tan Tin Wee is a Singaporean bioinformatician and university lecturer. He is an associate professor at the Department of Biochemistry at the National University of Singapore and founding director of the National Supercomputing Center Singapore si ...

                                               

April 1980

Hafiz Bakhshaliyev, Azerbaijani World Kickboxing Champion between 2004 and 2008; in Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan SSR, Soviet Union California Governor Jerry Brown dropped out of the race for the Democratic Party nomination of president, after coming in ...

                                               

Rights of nature

Rights of nature is a legal and jurisprudential theory that describes inherent rights as associated with ecosystems and species, similar to the concept of fundamental human rights. The rights of nature concept challenges 20th century laws as gene ...

                                               

Lin Chambers

Lin Chambers is an American physical scientist. She has developed and contributed to multiple international programs around science education and citizen science at NASA Langley Research Center.

                                               

George Dassios

He was born in 1946, in Patras, Greece, where he attended primary and secondary education. He received his Bachelors degree from the Department of Mathematics of the University of Athens in 1970 and continued his postgraduate studies at the Unive ...

                                               

INYAS

The Indian National Young Academy of Sciences is the national academy of young scientists from India, aiming to give a voice to young scientists across the country. Founded in 2015 in line with Die Junge Akademie of Germany, INYAS is the apex bod ...

                                               

Morgan Squire

Morgan Squire was British department store based in several locations in the City of Leicester. The business was formed in 1846 as a drapery, before going onto be owned by House of Fraser and eventually being rebranded as Rackhams as per House of ...

                                               

Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson may refer to: Betty Johnson born 1931, American traditional pop and cabaret singer Betty Johnson physicist 1936–2003, American theoretical physicist Elizabeth Johnson theologian born 1941, Christian feminist theologian Elizabeth ...

                                               

O sacrum convivium!

O sacrum convivium! is a short offertory motet for four-part mixed chorus by French composer Olivier Messiaen, setting "O sacrum convivium". It was composed and published in 1937.

                                               

National Economic Association

The National Economic Association is a learned society in the field of economics. The NEA was established in 1969 in New York City, New York at the annual economists convention that year as the "Caucus of Black Economists." Its founders, Charles ...

                                               

Michael Barnett

Michael or Mike Barnett may refer to: Mike Barnett baseball born 1959, American League baseball hitting coach Mike Barnett athlete born 1961, American athlete Mike Barnett musician, contributed to Andrew Belews solo album, Young Lions Michael P. ...

                                               

Steven C. Roach

Steven C. Roach is an American professor of International Relations who writes on global ethics, the politics of international law, critical international theory, minority rights, and South Sudans politics. He is currently Director of Graduate Pr ...

                                               

Carex bicolor

Carex bicolor, the bicoloured sedge, is a species of sedge native to North America, Northern Europe and Northern Asia. The International Union for Conservation of Nature has assessed the plants conservation status as being of least concern becaus ...

                                               

David Webster

David Webster rowing born 1987, Australian rowing cox Dave Webster 1937–2006, American football player David Webster cricketer born 1946, English cricketer David P. Webster born 1928, Scottish author, historian, and promoter of the Highland games ...

                                               

Mary Miller

Mary Miller may refer to: Mary A. Miller active 1858–1907, American missionary editor Mary Miller art historian born 1952, American art historian, academic and Mesoamericanist scholar Mary Miller Colorado 1842–1921, founder of Lafayette, Colorado ...

                                               

Alan Gordon

Alan Gordon may refer to: Alan Gordon historian born 1968, Scottish-born Canadian historian Alan Gordon Scottish footballer 1944–2010, Scottish footballer Alan Gordon cricketer 1944–2007, English cricketer Al Gordon comics born 1953, comic book a ...

                                               

George Cook

George Cook is the name of: George S. Cook 1819–1902, American photographer George William Cook 1855–1931, educator at Howard University George Cook footballer, born 1895 1895–1980, English professional footballer George Cook Scottish minister 17 ...

                                               

Peter Gray

Peter Gray may refer to: Peter Gray historian born 1965, professor of modern Irish history at Queens University Belfast Peter Gray writer 1807–1887, Scottish writer Peter Gray bioengineer born 1946, bioengineer in Australia "Peter Gray" song, Ame ...

                                               

Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine (Parmigianino, National Gallery of Parma)

Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine or Mystic Betrothal of Saint Catherine is a c.1524 oil on canvas painting, now in the citys Galleria Nazionale. Art historians argue that the work may be attributed to the period in which Parmigianino was painti ...

                                               

Sue T. Griffin

Wilma Sue Tilton Griffin is an American neuroscientist best known for her contributions regarding the role of neuroinflammation in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative conditions. She conceived a "cytokine cycle" by ...

                                               

Moriel Zelikowsky

Moriel Zelikowsky is a neuroscientist at University of Utah School of Medicine. Her laboratory studies the brain circuits and neural mechanisms underlying stress, fear, and social behavior. Her previous work includes fear and the hippocampus, and ...

                                               

Dragana Rogulja

Dragana Rogulja is a Serbian neuroscientist and circadian biologist who is an Assistant Professor in Neurobiology within the Harvard Medical School Blavatnik Institute of Neurobiology. Rogulja explores the molecular mechanisms governing sleep in ...

                                               

Lisa Stowers

Lisa Stowers is an American neuroscientist studying pheromone signaling and response. She is a professor in the Department of Neuroscience at Scripps Research.

                                               

Dayu Lin

Dayu Lin is a neuroscientist and Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Neuroscience and Physiology at the New York University Grossman School of Medicine in New York City. Lin discovered the neural circuits in the hypothalamus that give rise to aggr ...

                                               

Courtney A. Miller

Courtney A. Miller is an American neuroscientist and Associate Professor of the Department of Molecular Medicine at the Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter, Florida. Miller investigates the biological basis of neurological and neuropsychiatric ...

                                               

Lisa Giocomo

Lisa Giocomo is an American neuroscientist who is Associate Professor in the Department of Neurobiology at Stanford University School of Medicine. Giocomo probes the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying cortical neural circuits involved i ...

                                               

Rae Silver

Rae Silver is a Canadian behavioral neuroendocrinologist and neuroscientist best known for her research on the role of the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the hypothalamus in generating circadian rhythms, the role of mast cells in the brain, the physi ...

                                               

Bita Moghaddam

Bita Moghaddam is an Iranian-American neuroscientist as well as a Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience and the Chair of the Department of Behavioral Neuroscience at Oregon Health and Science University. Moghaddam investigates the neuronal process ...

                                               

Deblina Sarkar

Deblina Sarkar is an Indian electrical engineer and neuroscientist as well as an Assistant Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the AT&T Career Development Chair Professor of the MIT Media Lab. Sarkar has been internatio ...

                                               

Paola Arlotta

Paola Arlotta is an Italian molecular biologist and neuroscientist who is a Professor and Chair of the Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology Department at Harvard University. Arlotta leads the neuroscience program within the Harvard Stem Cell Instit ...

                                               

Maria Lehtinen

Maria K. Lehtinen is a neuroscientist and Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School. She is a New York Stem Cell Foundation Robertson Neuroscience Investigator and holds the Hannah C. Kinney, MD Chair in Pediatric Pathology Research at Boston ...

                                               

Peter Fox

Peter Fox may refer to: Peter Fox bishop born 1952, British Anglican vicar and former bishop Peter Fox journalist died 1869, radical journalist active in England Peter Fox musician born 1971, stage name of singer Pierre Baigorry of the German ban ...

                                               

Alan E. Zimmer

Alan E. Zimmer, M.D. was an American neuroradiologist, specializing in duplex neurovascular and magnetic resonance imaging. He also conducted early research related to the emerging technologies of computer axial thermography and MRI as these proc ...

                                               

Affect labeling

Affect labeling is an implicit emotional regulation strategy characterized as "putting feelings into words". Specifically, it refers to the idea that explicitly labeling ones, typically negative, emotional state results in a reduction in one or m ...

                                               

Marti Bonmati Luis

Luis Marti-Bonmati serves as the director of the Clinical Area of Medical Imaging Department at La Fe Polytechnic and University Hospital, and Head of Radiology Department at Quironsalud Hospital, Valencia, Spain. Marti-Bonmati is the founder of ...

                                               

Hugo Critchley

Hugo Critchley is a British professor of Psychiatry at Brighton and Sussex Medical School a partnership of the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex

                                               

Functional ultrasound imaging

Functional ultrasound imaging is a medical ultrasound imaging technique of detecting or measuring changes in neural activities or metabolism, for example, the loci of brain activity, typically through measuring blood flow or hemodynamic changes. ...

                                               

Shaun Hendy

Shaun Cameron Hendy is a New Zealand physicist. He is currently a professor at the University of Auckland and director of Te Pūnaha Matatini, a centre of research excellence in complex systems and data analytics. During the COVID-19 pandemic in N ...

                                               

Digital religion

In the mid-1990s, "cyber-religion" was a term that arose to describe the interface between religion and virtual reality technologies. Most scholars started documentating how religious groups moved worship online and how the religious ritual were ...

                                               

List of coin hoards in China

The list of coin hoards in China comprises of significant archaeological hoards of coins, other types of coinages or objects related to coins discovered in China. The history of Chinese currency dates back as early as the Spring and Autumn period ...

                                               

Tamayouz Excellence Award for Architecture

Tamayouz Excellence Award is an international award for architecture established in 2012. It has seven prizes in total: five awards recognise individuals, student projects and institutions; and two awards are themed competitions. Tamayouz Excelle ...

                                               

Raja Rao Award for Literature

The Raja Rao Award, in some sources the Raja Rao Award for Literature, is a former literary award named in honour of famed expatriate Indian writer Raja Rao, and bestowed "to recognize writers and scholars who have made an outstanding contributio ...

                                               

Rashmi Urdhwareshe

Rashmi Urdhwardeshe born Rashmi Ranade is an Indian automotive engineer. She is the director of the Automotive Research Association of India. In March 2020 she received the highest award for women in India - the Nari Shakti Puraskar

                                               

Sensory tourism

Sensory tourism is a form of tourism, that caters for people with vision impairment. Those suffering from vision impairment face many difficulties based around mainstream tourism such as access to information, navigation, safety and the knowledge ...

                                               

Yoga tourism

Yoga tourism is travel with the specific purpose of experiencing some form of yoga, whether spiritual or postural. The former is a type of spiritual tourism; the latter is related both to spiritual and to wellness tourism. Yoga tourists often vis ...

                                               

Ministry of Tourism (Uruguay)

The Ministry of Tourism of Uruguay is a ministry of the Government of Uruguay that is responsible for guiding, stimulating, promoting, regulating, researching and controlling tourism and activities and services directly related to it. It is also ...

                                               

Thomas Cook Tourism

Thomas Cook Tourism Company Limited, known simply as Thomas Cook, is a newly formed British-Chinese tourism brand. It is owned by Chinese multinational firm Fosun after it bought the brand and hotels from the insolvent Thomas Cook Group when it e ...

                                               

Visitor Studies

Visitor Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering visitor research, including reflections on the area, research methodologies, and theoretical aspects. The journal covers subjects relating to museums and learning in the context of hist ...