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Margaret Cuthbert

Margaret Cuthbert was a Canadian-born pioneer radio woman in the United States. After earning a degree in fine art from Cornell University, she worked briefly at the British Embassy in Washington, D. C. and Cornell, before embarking on a radio ca ...

                                               

Askaukalis

Askaukalis was a place in Central Europe mentioned by Ptolemy in Geography and was one of 94 located on Magna Germania. The fourth map of Europe was identified with todays Naklo on the Notec, Bydgoszcz or the Crumbling Castle.

                                               

Ann Strickler Zweig

Ann Strickler Zweig is a scientist at the University of California, Santa Cruzs Jack Baskin School of Engineering. Zweig is a senior program manager with the UCSC Genome Browser project. Zweig was one of the Web of Science Groups 2019 recipients ...

                                               

Peter F. Green

Green earned BA and MA degrees in physics at Hunter College in 1981, and MS and PhD degrees in materials science and engineering at Cornell University in 1985.

                                               

Encarnacion Cabre

Encarnacion Cabre Herreros was a Spanish archaeologist and professor. She is considered to be the first woman in Spain to become a professional archaeologist.

                                               

Marguerite Moilliet Rogers

Marguerite Moilliet Rogers was a Mexican-born American physicist who became the "countrys leading authority in the field of air-launched conventional weapons".

                                               

Moogega Cooper Stricker

Moogega Cooper Stricker is an American astronomer who is the Lead of Planetary Protection for the Mars 2020 Mission and is involved with the InSight Mission.

                                               

Paul Spoonley

Paul Spoonley is a New Zealand sociologist. Spoonley was born in 1954, and began teaching at Massey University in 1979. Some of Spoonleys current research includes immigration in New Zealand, the alt-right in New Zealand, New Zealand demographics ...

                                               

Perry Bartlett

Perry Francis Bartlett is an Australian neuroscientist. He was awarded the Florey Medal in 2015. Bartlett first completed studies in dentistry. He later discovered he was more interested in research into the way the brain and immune system work. ...

                                               

Elisabeth Giacobino

Elisabeth Giacobino is a French physicist specialized in laser physics, nonlinear optics, quantum optics and super-fluidity. She is one of the pioneers of quantum optics and quantum information. She graduated from Pierre and Marie Curie Universit ...

                                               

Mary Beth Stearns

Stearns was born in Minneapolis, and graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1946. She completed a Ph.D. in nuclear physics in 1952 at Cornell University. After completing her doctorate, she became a researcher at the Carnegie Institute of ...

                                               

Stephen Nadeau

Stephen E. Nadeau is an American behavioral neurologist, researcher and academician. He is a Professor of Neurology at the University of Florida College of Medicine. He is also the Associate Chief of Staff for Research at the Malcolm Randall Depa ...

                                               

NaTaki Osborne Jelks

NaTaki Osborne Jelks is an American environmental scientist. She is an assistant professor of environmental and health sciences at Spelman College, and a visiting professor of public health at Agnes Scott College. She is known for her activism in ...

                                               

Ronald F Prater

Lieutenant Ron Prater was part of a small "Space Warfare Analysis" team for Project Orion. Ron Prater was born on 11th October 1934 in Illinois, Chicago. He lived with his parents until graduation from college in 1956. He married his wife, Ellen, ...

                                               

Jalonne White-Newsome

Jalonne White-Newsome conducts research on the intersection of environment and health, especially climate change and health equity. Her work is aimed at improving our understanding of how communities adapt to extreme heat events. White-Newsome ad ...

                                               

Elaine DiMasi

Elaine DiMasi is an American physicist and a staff scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where she is the project lead of the optical systems for the upgrade of the Advanced Light Source.

                                               

Marcell Experimental Forest

Marcell Experimental Forest is a 1.140 ha long-term ecosystem research site operated by the Northern Research Station of the U.S. Forest Service. It is located 40 km north of Grand Rapids, Minnesota within the Chippewa National Forest and was for ...

                                               

Larry Gladney

Larry Gladney is an American experimental particle physicist and cosmologist. In 2019, he became Professor of Physics and the Phyllis A. Wallace Dean of Diversity and Faculty Development at Yale University. Previously he was the Edmund J. and Lou ...

                                               

Jacqueline Krim

Jacqueline Krim is an American condensed matter physicist specializing in nanotribology, the study of film growth, friction, and wetting of nanoscale surfaces. She is a Distinguished University Professor of Physics at North Carolina State University.

                                               

Leopoldo Pando Zayas

Leopoldo Avelino Pando Zayas grew up in Cuba. In 1989, when he was a high school student, he won the Silver Medal in the International Physics Olympiad, which took place that year in Warsaw, Poland. Pando Zayas received his M.S. degree in Physics ...

                                               

Melanie A. Stansbury

Melanie A. Stansbury is an American politician, scientist, and policy advisor serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 28th district, which includes Bernalillo County, New Mexico.

                                               

WAYS

World Association of Young Scientists, formerly World Academy of Young Scientists Waverley Action for Youth Services, a non-profit in Sydney, Australia

                                               

Folami Ideraabdullah

Folami Ideraabdullah is an American geneticist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Genetics and the Department of Nutrition at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ideraabdullah ...

                                               

Etta C. Gravely

Etta Christine Leath Gravely is an associate professor of chemistry education at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, North Carolina.

                                               

Kristen Harris

Kristen Harris is Professor of Neuroscience and Fellow in the Center for Learning and Memory at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research group at UT Austin uses serial section electron microscopy to study synapses. She is also a member of ...

                                               

Institute for Disease Modeling

Institute for Disease Modeling is an institute within the Global Good Fund, controlled by Intellectual Ventures and Bill and Melinda Gates. It specializes in mathematical modelling of infectious disease. As of 2014, its models included malaria, p ...

                                               

Christopher Vakoc

Vakoc graduated with a degree in Biochemistry from Pennsylvania State University in 2001. He then attained his M.D. and his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. His PhD research was performed with Gerd Blobel on the regulation of gene expre ...

                                               

Donita Brady

Donita C. Brady is a cancer biologist the Presidential Assistant Professor of Cancer Biology in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Her research examines how cells communicate through kinases and nutrient homeostasi ...

                                               

Sarafina Nance

Sarafina Nance is an American astrophysicist and science communicator who is a PhD student in the Department of Astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on supernovae and their applications to cosmology. Nance is ...

                                               

Vesla Weaver

Vesla Mae Weaver is an American political scientist and author. She is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of political science and sociology at Johns Hopkins University.

                                               

Linda C. Meade-Tollin

Meade-Tollin was born in West Virginia, studying chemistry at West Virginia State College in 1964. Meade-Tollin worked at Harlem and Bellevue Hospitals before entering a chemistry PhD program at the City University of New York in 1972, transferri ...

                                               

Laurie Rousseau-Nepton

Laurie Rousseau-Nepton is a Canadian astronomer at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Hawaii, and is the first indigenous woman in Quebec to obtain a PhD in astrophysics.

                                               

Lyu Jian

Lyu Jian was born in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China in 1960. He studied Computer Science at Nanjing University and received his Bachelor degree in 1983, Master degree in 1984 and Ph.D. in 1988.

                                               

Gabrielle Maud Vassal

Born in Uppingham in Rutland, England. In 1901 the family had moved to Hampstead in London, where she married Joseph Marguerite Jean-Baptiste Vassal, a physician in the French Colonial Service, in 1903. The couple then moved to Vietnam in 1904. V ...

                                               

Louise Natrajan

Louise Sarah Natrajan is a British chemist and a reader in the Department of Chemistry at The University of Manchester. Her research typically is based on actinide chemistry and luminescence spectroscopy, though some of her published research has ...

                                               

Spectroelectrochemistry

Spectroelectrochemistry is a set of multi-response analytical techniques in which complementary chemical information is obtained in a single experiment. Spectroelectrochemistry provides a whole vision of the phenomena that take place in the elect ...

                                               

Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis

Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis, in short DLSS, commonly known as" Cauda Equina Syndrome” in veterinary medicine, is a pathologic degeneration in the lumbosacral disk in canines; affecting the articulation, nerve progression, tissue and joint c ...

                                               

Thipparaa Meesam

Rohini as Lalita, Manis mother Raghuvaran as Manis deceased father photo shown Neha Deshpande Bannerjee as Manis uncle Sree Vishnu as Mani Shankar Nikki Tamboli as Mounika Praveen

                                               

Scott A. Gordon

Scott A. Gordon is the current and ninth president of Stephen F. Austin State University. He was named sole finalist for the position on July 23, 2019, and unanimously confirmed by the SFA Board of Regents on August 17, 2019.

                                               

Rhoda Williams Benham

Rhoda Williams Benham graduated in 1917 with B.S. in Botany from Barnard College and in 1919 with M.S. in Biology from the Columbia University. She graduated in 1931 with Ph.D. in botany from Columbia University with the thesis "Certain Monilias ...

                                               

Gao Song (chemist)

Born in Anhui Province in 1964, Gao studied Chemistry at Peking University, China and received his bachelor, master, and Ph.D. degrees in 1985, 1988, and 1991 respectively.

                                               

Shukra-Niti

ShukraNiti also known as ShukraNitisara is a part of Dharmasastra and considered as Shukracharyas System of Morals. It is a treatise on the science of governance, structured towards upholding the morals through implementing theories of political ...

                                               

Dauphine River

The Dauphine River flows through the municipalities of Sainte-Famille-de-lIle-dOrleans and Saint-Jean-de-lIle-dOrleans, in the LIle-dOrleans Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale, in the province from Qu ...

                                               

The Ancient Tradition of Geometric Problems

The Ancient Tradition of Geometric Problems is a book on ancient Greek mathematics, focusing on three problems now known to be impossible if one uses only the straightedge and compass constructions favored by the Greek mathematicians: squaring th ...

                                               

Mustafa Sabri

Mustafa Sabri Effendi was the last Shaykh al-Islām of the Ottoman Empire. He is known for his opinions condemning the Turkish nationalist movement under Kemal Ataturk. Due to his resistance to Ataturk, he lived half of his life in exile in variou ...

                                               

Antonio Mercadante

Antonio Alessandro Mercadante was an Italian art historian and critic specialized in 20th century Italian painting. He was born in Rome in 1962 and he died in Sciacca, Sicily, in 2018. Initially trained as a classical cellist, Mercadante switched ...

                                               

1928 Georgia gubernatorial election

The 1928 Georgia gubernatorial election took place on November 6, 1928, in order to elect the Governor of Georgia. Incumbent Democrat Governor Lamartine Griffin Hardman was re-elected to a second term. was common at the time, the Democratic candi ...

                                               

Franklin Lewis Ford

Franklin Ford received in 1942 his A.B. from the University of Minnesota. From 1943 to 1946 he served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps and the Office of Strategic Services. At Harvard University he graduated with M.A. in 1948 and Ph.D. in 1950. He s ...

                                               

Lena Richard

Lena Richard was a chef, cookbook author, restaurateur, frozen food entrepreneur, and television host from New Orleans, Louisiana. On October 20, 1939, Richard became the first Black woman to host her own television cooking show. Her show aired f ...

                                               

Josephine Dolan

Josephine Aloyse Dolan was a historian and educator who served as the first full-time professor of nursing at the University of Connecticuts School of Nursing. In additional to her teaching responsibilities, Dolan was a historian who collected nu ...