community congratulated the Chairman for this highly valuable achievement, which will not only be a source of inspiration for PARC young scientist
in particular but also for scientist
working in National Agricultural Research System of Pakistan in general.
The genetic codes will also help scientists
pinpoint once-unrecognized species--for instance, members of a group of elephants in Africa may look identical to each other.
Almost immediately after landing, the scientists
found dozens of new species, as well as species that had been considered "missing.
Barrow and Conrad (2006) suggested that the CSPI and the EWG challenged two scientists
because they were "funded by industry.
didn't know what to expect when they opened the Stardust capsule on Jan.
I work with ship designers in order to make ship systems easier to use and better for the sailor," commented one recent participant in the Scientist
to Sea program, "so stepping into their shoes for a while has improved my effectiveness as an engineer exponentially.
An ichthyologist is a scientist
who studies fishes.
similarly commented that she like working with teachers because they challenged her with questions about the relevance of the research or monitoring work: ".
Both within specific religious traditions and across the traditions, scientists
and religious believers engaged in a more sustained, more rigorous, and more productive dialogue than at perhaps any earlier point in history.
Why this administration feels unbound by the consensus of academic scientists
can be gleaned, in part, from a telling anecdote in Nicholas Lemann's recent New Yorker profile of Karl Rove.
He was fascinated by IBM's "optimization" work, in which scientists
develop different business models and tweak them to make them most effective.
Increasingly, those scientists
who study asteroid hazards say that a subtler, quieter, slower approach might be called for.
studying hearing at the University of California at San Francisco is now suffering what Blakemore has endured for years.
Furthermore, readability in the eyes of the journalist may be oversimpli fication to the scientist
Wallace Hume Carothers (1896-1937), American scientist
, whose brilliant fundamental researches on polymers and polymerization had a profound influence on subsequent development of this field; a pioneer whose own efforts resulted in the discovery of Neoprene, the first commercially produced synthetic rubber, and of nylon, the first completely synthetic fiber.