1.2 Antiwar Military Personnel. *1.3 Research and Pamphlet. *1.4 The Connie 9 ... Research and Pamphlet[edit]. Laying the basis for the broader SOS movement to come, a considerable amount of research was ... Antiwar Military Personnel[edit]. The involvement of large numbers of antiwar officers and enlisted men created significant ... Over 82% of voters elected to keep the ship home, including 73% of the military personnel who voted. While not a "real" vote, ...
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. "Transfers and licensed production of major conventional weapons". Retrieved ... M113 armored personnel carrier. A U.S. Army M113 of 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment provides overwatch while conducting ... The vulnerability of the M113 armored personnel carrier to IEDs and RPGs led the IDF to later begin to develop the Namer APC.[ ... The M113 is a fully tracked armored personnel carrier that was developed by Food Machinery Corp (FMC). The vehicle was first ...
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Dusablon, L V (December 1972). "The Casualty Reduction Analysis Model for Personnel Armor Systems". U.S. Army Natick Research, ... Design Information for Construction of Light Personnel Armor. Authors: Willard R. Beye 1950 MIDWEST RESEARCH INST KANSAS CITY ... "Air Force Research Laboratory. Retrieved October 14, 2016.. *. Burke, Kelly David (2 June 2017). "Air Force cadet creates ... Congressional Research Service. Retrieved October 14, 2016.. *. Novobilski, Marisa (October 14, 2016). "Flexing in the line of ...
Dusablon, L V (December 1972). "The Casualty Reduction Analysis Model for Personnel Armor Systems". U.S. Army Natick Research, ... Research aims to develop artificial spider silk which could be super strong, yet light and flexible.[73] Other research has ... Design Information for Construction of Light Personnel Armor. Authors: Willard R. Beye 1950 Midwest Research Inst Kansas City ... "MIL-STD-662F V50 Ballistic Test for Armor" Army Research Laboratory, Weapons and Materials Research Directorate Publication ...
DWP Research Reports. 607. ISBN 978-1-84712-645-0. .. *^ Carlsson, Magnus; Rooth, Dan-Olof (2007). "Evidence of ethnic ... Roehling, Mark V. (1999). "Weight-Based Discrimination in Employment: Psychological and Legal Aspects". Personnel Psychology. ... Research[94] conducted in 2010 by University of Toronto researchers Philip Oreopoulos and Diane Dechief has found that resumes ... According to the research not only are they underrepresented in the profession, but they are also underpaid, 16% less on ...
One study published in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory by Nick Gallo and David Lewis evaluated more ... "3 U.S. Code § 107 - Domestic Policy Staff and Office of Administration; personnel". Legal Information Institute. Cornell Law ... Public Administration Research Theory. 22 (2): 219. doi:10.1093/jopart/mur010. Retrieved 2013-11-11. Auer, Matthew (7 January ... Congressional Research Service. pp. 1, 5, 8. Retrieved 2016-11-16. "Patronage". Rice University. Retrieved 2013-11-11. Peskin, ...
She uses her research to help inform management decisions. Lee was the first scientist from a South African Institute to be ... "Personnel". www.gov.gs. Government of South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands. Retrieved 2016-06-19. Blockley, David. "Dr ... Her research on alien species in Antarctica influenced global thinking about the risks posed by the increased presence of alien ... "Personnel , Government of South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands". www.gov.gs. Retrieved 2016-06-19. "Thousands of reindeer ...
The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project Archived 2008-04-28 at the Wayback Machine., The Antikythera Mechanism Research ... Slide rules are still popular among aircraft personnel.[citation needed] Resurgence in VLSI technology[edit]. With the ... In 1942 Helmut Hölzer built a fully electronic analog computer at Peenemünde Army Research Center.[16][17][18] V-2 rocket ... Even so, some research in analog computation is still being done. A few universities still use analog computers to teach ...
Collin, Audrey (1989). "Managers' Competence: Rhetoric, Reality and Research". Personnel Review. 18 (6): 20-25. doi:10.1108/ ... There is hence research on competencies needed in specific jobs or contexts. Nevertheless, as can be seen from Raven and ... However, research has found that it is not easy to assess competencies and competence development. Competency has different ... The process often involves researching performance and success, interviewing high performing incumbents, conducting focus ...
Lievens, Filip; Helga Peeters; Eveline Schollaert (2008). "Situational judgement tests: a review of recent research". Personnel ... A review of recent research". Personnel Review. 37 (4): 426-441. doi:10.1108/00483480810877598. Lievens, Filip; Paul R. Sackett ... "The research contributes to the selection and adaptive performance literatures by demonstrating that it is possible to use a ... Note: these reports are not supported by peer reviewed research. Can highlight employee developmental needs They are relatively ...
Planning & Research - Central Statistics Unit, Drafting Operation - Largest and the most important section i. Patrol ii. ... Personnel ii. Finance iii. Records and Identification iv. The Public Affair Division - Board of Investigation, Band Unit, ... It is headed by a Commander with three deputy commanders: 1. Administration 2. Training and Research 3. Curriculum Development ...
... are regularly used in personnel selection and personnel psychology. Neuroticism explains significant variation in mood and job ... Research shows that the ability to make decisions and influence what happens on the job has the greatest impact on job ... Past research has suggested that workplace affect was a state-oriented construct (like emotions and mood) that depended upon ... Personality research on the five factor model (FFM) supports AET. The FFM is a parsimonious model that distinguishes between ...
Research, and Practice (2010) Robert Killoren (2014) The Toll of Workplace Bullying - Research Management Review, Volume 20, ... While not all places with high personnel turnover are sites of workplace bullying, nearly every place that has a bully in ... Research suggests that organizational justice plays a significant role in an employee's intention to exit an organization. ... Over the years there have been thousands of research articles exploring the various aspects of turnover, and in due course ...
"Personnel News". Defence Research & Development Organisation. Archived from the original on December 20, 2004. Retrieved 2008- ... "Canada Research Chair Wendy Mitchinson to study history of obesity in Canada". University of Waterloo. Retrieved 2008-04-14. " ... "Research initiative for robotics". University of Waterloo. 2002-02-22. Retrieved 2008-04-14. "David M. Jackson (= David M.R. ... "Bioinformatics Research at the University of Waterloo". University of Waterloo. Archived from the original on 2004-03-29. ...
Their research shows that the intrinsic relationship between job and salary is complex. In this research, they analysed the ... 1st ed: Routledge Morrow, I. J. (2011). "Review of 'the joy of work? jobs, happiness, and you'". Personnel Psychology. 64 (3): ... A literature review and guide to needed research". Social Indicators Research. 57: 119-169. doi:10.1023/a:1014411319119. Forgas ... This research is of great significance, in that it illustrates the great dilemma for employers when it comes to pay. There is a ...
Group Dynamics: Research and Theory, 3rd Edition. New York: Harper and Row. Schaub, Gary Jr. (Fall 2010). "Unit Cohesion and ... Van Zelst, R.H. (1952). "Sociometrically selected work teams increase production". Personnel Psychology. 5 (3): 175-185. doi: ... Hare, A.P. (1976). Handbook of small group research (2nd ed.). New York: Free Press. Hoyle, R. H. & Crawford, A.M. (1994). "Use ... Carron A. V. & Spink, K.S. (1995). "The group-size cohesion relationship in minimal groups". Small Group Research. 26 (1): 86- ...
"Chelmno Personnel". The Phil Nix SS & Polizei section. Axis History Forum. Retrieved 2013-05-16. Ernst Klee; W. Dressen; V. ... Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team. Retrieved 2013-05-14. Chris Webb, H.E.A.R.T (2008). "Szymon Srebrnik, Chelmno ... The Chełmno trials were a series of consecutive war-crime trials of the Chełmno extermination camp personnel, held in Poland ... Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team. Retrieved 2013-05-14. PGI (2013). "Paragraph §220a (genocide) of Germany's ...
Social Indicators Research, 55, 241-302. Bearfield, S (2003)Quality of Working Life. Aciirt Working paper 86. University of ... Personnel Psychology. XIX 363-73. Lawler, E. E. (1982). Strategies for improving the quality of work life. American ... International Journal for Quality Research. 7 (3): 3-14. ISSN 1800-6450. Lawler III E and Porter L, (1966). Managers pay and ... Life as a theoretical construct remains relatively unexplored and unexplained within the organisational psychology research ...
"Senior Personnel". Pacific Economics Group Research LLC. Retrieved 22 August 2012. "Publications". Pacific Economics Group ... He did post-doctoral research at Resources for the Future, served as first economist of the Environmental Defense Fund and was ... Charles J. Cicchetti is a member of Pacific Economics Group, a Senior Advisor to Pacific Economics Group Research, and a ... He was co-founder of Madison Consulting Group, which merged with National Economic Research Associates, Inc. (NERA), where he ...
He brought with him the Medical Researcgh Council unit established to conduct research on cell metabolism. In 1955, a second ... "Key Personnel". Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford. "About the Department". Department of Biochemistry, ... The department is sub-divided into the following research areas: Cell Biology, Development and Genetics Chromosomal and RNA ... Will Hunter (19 June 2009). "Hawkins Brown's Oxford University's biochemistry research facilities, Oxford". bdonline. Matt ...
Roth, P. L. (1994). "Missing data: A conceptual review for applied psychologists". Personnel Psychology. 47 (3): 537-559. doi: ... European Journal of Operational Research. 151 (1): 53-79. doi:10.1016/S0377-2217(02)00578-7. Jones, M. P. (1996). "Indicator ...
Richard Cooney (December 2004). "Empowered self-management and the design of work teams". Personnel Review. Emerald Group ... Historical Reflections on Current Research on Group Work". Human Relations. 51 (3): 347-388. doi:10.1177/001872679805100307. ... Public Personnel Management. 26. Melvin Blumberg (June 1980). "Job Switching in Autonomous Work Groups: An Exploratory Study in ...
"Network Personnel". Canadian Stroke Network. Archived from the original on 2014-07-13. "Antoine M. Hakim, O.C., MD, PhD, FRCPC ... In 1992, he became chair of the Neurology department and director of the Neuroscience Research Institute at the University of ... When Hakim began his research, strokes were widely regarded as unpreventable and available treatments were limited. By gaining ... "Ottawa MD wins top award for stroke research". Ottawa Citizen. February 7, 2007. "From engineer to medical hero: Canadian ...
... - there is a general understanding that the history of modern project management started around 1950. Until 1900, projects were generally managed by creative architects and engineers themselves, among those, for example, Christopher Wren, Thomas Telford and Isambard Kingdom Brunel. 2570 BC Great pyramid of Giza completed. Some records remain of how the work was managed: e.g. there were managers of each of the four faces of the pyramid, responsible for their completion (subproject managers). 208 BC The first major construction of the Great Wall of China. Christopher Wren (1632-1723) was a 17th-century English designer, astronomer, geometer, mathematician-physicist and architect. Wren designed 55 of 87 London churches after the Great fire of London in 1666, such as St Paul's Cathedral in 1710, as well as many secular buildings. Thomas Telford (1757-1834) was a Scottish stonemason, architect and civil engineer and a road, bridge and canal builder, who managed the ...
The Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) is a biomedical research center, which conducts curiosity-driven basic research in the molecular life sciences. The IMP is located at the Vienna Biocenter (VBC) in Vienna, Austria. The institute employs around 250 people from 36 nations, of which approximately 200 are scientists. The working language at the IMP is English. The IMP was established in 1985 and is funded by the pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim and research grants. Research at the IMP aims to elucidate mechanisms and principles that underlie complex biological processes. Six general themes emerge from the work of the IMP research groups: molecular and cellular biology; structural biology and biochemistry; gene expression and chromosome biology; stem cell biology and development; immunology and cancer; neuroscience. The research in these fields is pursued by 15 ...
In March 1953, Dr. Chiao became a senior researcher in Research & Development of micro-organisms at the Grain Processing Company in Muscatine, Iowa. After learning that the New China needed scientists, he desired and was determined to contribute to the newly founded country. Thus, he gave up his good job and comfortable living in the USA, overcame countless obstacles, and returned to the motherland in March 1955.[5] From March 1955 to August 2004, Prof. Chiao served as Associate Research Staff, Research Staff and Director of Research at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology. He was also the Chairman of the Chinese Society for Microbiology, President of the Shanghai Society of Microbiology, Biotechnology Consultant of the State Science and Technology Development Center of Biotechnology, and Vice Chairman of the Committee of Experts of the Chinese Academy.[6] Dr. Chiao was ...
Gary F. Marcus (born February 8, 1970) is a research psychologist whose work focuses on language, biology, and the mind. Marcus is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at New York University and Director of the NYU Infant Language Center. His published works include The Algebraic Mind: Integrating Connectionism and Cognitive Science, The Birth of the Mind: How a Tiny Number of Genes Creates the Complexities of Human Thought as well as Kluge: The Haphazard Construction of the Human Mind, published in April 2008. Editor of The Norton Psychology Reader, Marcus has also published his research on developmental cognitive neuroscience in more than forty articles in leading journals. In 1996, he won the Robert L. Fantz award for new investigators in cognitive development. Marcus became interested in the human mind as a teenager. In high school, after creating a program which translated Latin into English, he came to the conclusion that one cannot build programs within ...
... (TNX-901) is a humanized monoclonal antibody that was under development by Tanox in Houston, Texas as a new-concept therapeutic for allergic diseases. The unique anti-IgE antibody was designed to target immunoglobulin E (IgE) and IgE-expressing B lymphocytes specifically, without binding to IgE already bound by the high affinity IgE receptors on mast cells and basophils. Talizumab was tested in clinical trials at National Jewish Medical and Research Center and other medical centers and allergy clinics across the U. S. and shown to be able to prevent allergic reactions to accidental exposure to peanuts, which is contained in many kinds of foods. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) "fast-tracked" TNX-901. A drug is given a fast-track status if it meets a medical need not currently being met by any medication. TNX-901 was developed by Houston-based Tanox, started by two biomedical scientists, Nancy T. Chang and Tse Wen Chang, in 1986. There was a legal dispute whether Tanox had ...
... (born 1959 in Hilversum) is a Dutch researcher. He is professor of Music Cognition at both the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Science of the University of Amsterdam (UvA). He conducts his research under the auspices of the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC), and the University of Amsterdam's Brain and Cognition (ABC) center. Honing obtained his PhD at City University (London) in 1991 with research into the representation of time and temporal structure in music. During the period between 1992 and 1997, he worked as a KNAW Research Fellow (Academieonderzoeker) at the University of Amsterdam's Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC), where he conducted a study on the formalization of musical knowledge. Up until 2003, he worked as a research coordinator at the Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information (NICI; now F.C. Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging) where he ...
... , née Tweedy (1882 - 5 March 1978) was an English medical researcher, styled Lady Mellanby after her husband, Edward Mellanby, was knighted in 1937. As well as nutrition research carried out with her husband, she conducted independent research into the physiology of dentition and the causes of dental disease. She recommended a diet high in Vitamin D and low in cereals to help teeth protect themselves against decay. May Tweedy was born in London, the daughter of George Tweedy, a shipowner and businessman involved in the Russian oil industry, and his wife Rosa. She was educated at Hampstead High School and Bromley High School. She studied at Girton College, Cambridge from 1902 to 1906, gaining the equivalent of a second-class in the Natural Sciences Tripos. From 1906 to 1914 she was a research fellow and then lecturer at Bedford College, University of London. There she worked with John Sydney Edkins (who would later become her ...
... is an assay to assess the risk of developing acute kidney injury. The laboratory test was developed by Astute Medical, in San Diego, California, in collaboration with clinical investigators. It was notable for being the first test of its kind for determining whether certain critically ill hospitalized patients were at risk of developing moderate to severe acute kidney injury (AKI) in the next 12 hours. Early knowledge that a patient is likely to develop AKI may prompt closer patient monitoring and help prevent permanent kidney damage or death. A randomized control trial led by Alexander Zarbock, M.D., at University Hospital Muenster, Germany has indicated that using Astute Medical's NephroCheck Test to identify patients at high risk for acute kidney injury (AKI) after open-heart surgery and providing them treatment recommended by globally-recognized care guidelines significantly improved outcomes by reducing the occurrence of moderate to severe AKI more than 33 percent. Nephrocheck ...
NASA scientists report (via an NPR interview) that the Curiosity Mars rover, apparently based on a SAM analysis, has provided, according to John Grotzinger (MSL Principal Investigator), "data that is gonna be one for the history books. It's looking really good." Later, a NASA spokesperson said the discovery "won't be earthshaking, but it will be interesting." Nonetheless, the scientists are presently verifying their results and expect to make an official announcement at the fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union, which will take place between 3 December and 7 December in San Francisco, according to Grotzinger in an interview with Space.com. The news is later played down by NASA. (NPR) (Universe Today) (Time) (Space.com) (New York Times) ...
The Tocklai Tea Research Institute (formerly Tocklai Experimental Station) was established in 1911, at a site near the River Tocklai in Jorhat, Assam. The initial construction of a laboratory and two bungalows was funded by the tea industry, subsidised by the national government of India, and the Indian states of Assam and Bengal.. The beginning of a new era of tea research in India was marked by the establishment of the Scientific Department of Indian Tea Association (ITA) in the year 1900. This was consolidated with the creation of the Tocklai Experimental Station in 1911. The formation of the Tea Research Association (TRA) in 1964 with Tocklai at the centre of all activities further expanded the horizon of tea research to cover the entire Northeast India. Research on all aspects of tea cultivation and processing is carried out at the Tocklai Tea Research Institute, Jorhat, the oldest and the largest ...
... (1902-1967) was a Soviet medical researcher. He is best remembered as a pioneer in the use of high frequency electrical currents in the treatment of physical ailments and as an editor of the academic journal Voprosi Kurortologii, Physiotherapii i Lechebnoi Physicheskoi Kultury (Problems of Balneology, Physiotherapy, and Therapeutic Physical Exercises). Boleslav Vladimirovich Likhterman (Russian: Болеслав Владимирович Лихтерман) was born 14 October 1902 New Style, of ethnic Jewish parents in Simferopol, Tavricheskaya Gubernia, Ukraine, which was then part of the Russian empire. His father, Vladimir (Wulf) Aaronovich Lichterman (Russian: Владимир (Вульф) Ааронович Лихтерман) was an attorney. Likhterman attended gymnasium in Simferopol until his graduation, at which time he was awarded a gold medal for academic excellence. Following graduation, Likhterman enrolled in the Medical Department of Crimean ...
In 2016, the ISCRE, Inc. Board of Directors will bestow the first Rutherford Aris Young Investigator Award for Excellence in Chemical Reaction Engineering.[4] This award will recognize outstanding contributions in experimental and/or theoretical reaction engineering research of investigators in early stages of their career. The recipient must be less than 40 years of age at the end of the calendar year in which the award is presented. The Aris Award is generously supported by a grant from the UOP, L.L.C., a Honeywell Company. The award consists of a plaque, an honorarium of $3000, and up to $2000 in travel funds to present at an ISCRE/NASCRE conference and to present a lecture at UOP. This award complements ISCRE's other major honor, the Neal R. Amundson Award. Winners of the award include: ...
Using these values, CPM calculates the longest path of planned activities to logical end points or to the end of the project, and the earliest and latest that each activity can start and finish without making the project longer. This process determines which activities are "critical" (i.e., on the longest path) and which have "total float" (i.e., can be delayed without making the project longer). In project management, a critical path is the sequence of project network activities which add up to the longest overall duration, regardless if that longest duration has float or not. This determines the shortest time possible to complete the project. There can be 'total float' (unused time) within the critical path. For example, if a project is testing a solar panel and task 'B' requires 'sunrise', there could be a scheduling constraint on the testing activity so that it would not start until the scheduled time for sunrise. This might insert dead time (total float) into the schedule on the activities ...