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Merlan Francesca - - 2009
The term indigenous, long used to distinguish between those who are "native" and their "others" in specific locales, has also become a term for a geocultural category, presupposing a world collectivity of "indigenous peoples" in contrast to their various "others." Many observers have noted that the stimuli for internationalization of ...
Carels R A - - 2009
There are significant economic and psychological costs associated with the negative weight-based social stigma that exists in American society. This pervasive anti-fat bias has been strongly internalized among the overweight/obese. While the etiology of weight stigma is complex, research suggests that it is often greater among individuals who embrace certain ...
Shorvon Simon D - - 2009
The recent discovery of archival material has shed interesting light on the origins of Epilepsia and also the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE). The idea of an international journal devoted to epilepsy seems first to have arisen from talks between Dr. L. J. J. Muskens and Dr. W. Aldren Turner ...
Perbal Bernard - - 2009
This year we're coming upon the tenth anniversary of our biannual International Workshop on the CCN family of genes. It was during our very first meeting that the International CCN Society was conceived. This editorial provides us with the opportunity to briefly review how the need for a CCN meeting ...
Nester Christopher J - - 2009
The International Foot and Ankle Biomechanics Community (i-FAB) is an international collaborative activity which will have an important impact on the foot and ankle biomechanics community. It was launched on July 2nd 2007 at the foot and ankle session of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) meeting in Taipei, Taiwan. ...
Biering-Sørensen F - - 2009
To create an International Urinary Tract Imaging Basic Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Data Set within the framework of the International SCI Data Sets. An international working group. The draft of the Data Set was developed by a working group comprising members appointed by the Neurourology Committee of the International Continence ...
Sculco Thomas P - - 2009
The International Society of Orthopaedic Centers (ISOC) was founded in 2006 to function as a think tank for leading international orthopaedic academic centers. ISOC's mission is to facilitate the exchange of ideas and cutting edge practices among these centers and to work together on patient care, education, and research in ...
Ertz Kathrin - - 2008
The implementation of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OEC D) principles of good laboratory practice (GLP) on an international level is well advanced. However, the OEC D GLP guidelines as well as the corresponding national GLP regulations leave room for interpretation. As a consequence, working in parallel in ...
Carcassi Ugo E F - - 2007
The European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM) was formed in 1996 through a merger between the Association Européenne de Médicine Interne (d' Ensemble) (AEMI(E)) and the Forum of Presidents of National Societies of Internal Medicine (IM). It arose as a result of ideas from Carcassi (Rome/Cagliari) and Merino (Alicante) to ...
Ostendorf, Bertram Franz
© International Society for Tropical Ecology
McCrory Paul - - 2005
In November 2001, the First International Symposium on Concussion in Sport was held in Vienna, Austria. This meeting was organized by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) in partnership with the Federation Internationale de Football (FIFA) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Medical Commission. As part of the resulting mandate ...
Doel Ronald E - - 2005
Prior studies of modern scientific internationalism have been written primarily from the point of view of scientists, with little regard to the influence of the state. This study examines the state's role in international scientific relations. States sometimes encouraged scientific internationalism; in the mid-twentieth century, they often sought to restrict ...
Halliday Denis J - - 2002
The United Nations should be working towards an international community living in peace under the aegis of international law. Although progress was made in its early years, notably in decolonization, with its membership increased from 50 to 189, major inequalities remain between its nations and their peoples. The Security Council, ...
Andberg, Martina
1st International Trichoderma - Tricel Joined Meeting. Cancun, Mexico, 25 - 29 June 2002
Keski-Rahkonen, Olavi
NUREG/CP-0173. International CollaborativeProject to Evaluate Fire Models for Nuclear Power Plant Applications: Summary of 2nd Meeting. Fontenay-aux-Roses, FR, 19 - 20 June 2000. Bertrand, R. & Dey, M., D16 - D24
Naumann G O - - 2000
PURPOSE: To provide an understanding of the structure, role, and responsibility of the International Federation of Ophthalmological Societies, the International Council of Ophthalmology, and the International Congress of Ophthalmology. These established entities have recently codified their statutes and regulations and registered them in Zurich, Switzerland. METHODS: The International Council of ...
Mantovani M M Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Ospedale Maggiore IRCCS, University of Milan, - - 2000
A new internal nasal device, the Guastella-Mantovani septal-valve splint, ensures the correct healing of the crucial area of the internal valve, simultaneously "centering" the septum orthopedically after nasal surgery.
Salazar Gelasio - - 1998
A polynomial representation of elementary cellular automata (ECA) is used to give a complete characterization of the local internal symmetries of all ECA. It is also shown that the polynomial representation is a natural choice for the study of local internal transformations of all cellular automata with two symbols. This ...
Agiomirgianakis G M - - 1998
"In this paper we incorporate the possibility of international migration into a monetary policy game played by governments in unionized interdependent economies. We show that contrary to usual presumptions, established by earlier studies that ignore the possibility of international migration, inter-government cooperation in the monetary field may well turn out ...
Rauste, Yrjö
International Journal of Remote Sensing Vol.18 Nr.12, 2641 - 2656
Shannon G W - - 1997
The Transatlantic Telemedicine Summit was convened to facilitate the international exchange of ideas and experiences regarding anticipated obstacles to the deployment of telemedicine in and among Atlantic Rim countries. Presented here is a review and summary of the Summit, as well as the principal recommendations derived from the proceedings. These ...
Rauste, Yrjö
International archives of photogrammetry and remote sensing
Rauste, Yrjö
Small Satellites for Earth Observation: International Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics
Rechlin, O.
Baltic Sea Fishery Resources, Rapports et proces-verbaux dex Reunions, ISSN 0074-4336 ; 190, 258-260; International Council for the Exploration of the Sea
Westing, A. H.
Comprehensive security for the Baltic : an environmental approach, ISBN 0-8039-8218-6: ed. A. H. Westing, 72-74
VON Rosenvinge T T - - 1986
The International Cometary Explorer (ICE) became the first spacecraft ever to encounter a comet when it passed through the tail of comet Giacobini-Zinner. An overview of this encounter is presented, including highlights of the results.
McIlwain H - - 1985
The antecedents of the International Society for Neurochemistry are described, especially the parts played by the International Neurochemical Symposia held between 1954 and 1962; the Journal of Neurochemistry between 1956 and 1965; and by other organizations concerned with neural systems though not primarily neurochemical. Description is also given of the ...
Owen M P - - 1983
Bleached reflection holograms produced by two plane waves in Agfa 8E56 photographic emulsion and recorded in an index-matching liquid tank at 514 nm are studied. Replay at 514 nm is both in the tank and in air, boundary reflections giving rise to multiple-output beams in the latter case. The intensities ...
Amer N M - - 1982
The Second International Topical meeting on photoacoustic spectroscopy is introduced, and tacoustic effect is briefly described.
Hull F M - - 1981
This paper reports on an international study of the diagnostic behaviour of doctors presented with patients complaining of a sore throat. Differences were found between individual doctors' predicted and actual behaviour, and between the behaviour of doctors in different countries.
Breen L J - - 1976
This study examined the relationship between internal-external locus of control and guilt. Ss were 65 male and 137 college undergraduates who completed the Rotter I-E scale and the Mosher Hostility and Morality-Conscience Guilt Scales. Results demonstrated that internals reported a higher degree of hostility guilt than externals. Also, females expressed ...
Elwood P C - - 1976
Haematological surveys of adult population samples were conducted simultaneously in 12 countries, all but one of which are in Europe. Haematological estimations on samples from nine of the countries were made in one central laboratory. Differences between countries in the mean levels of haemoglobin (and haematocrit and red cell count) ...
Dipolo R - - 1973
Calcium efflux has been studied in squid giant axons under conditions in which the internal composition was controlled by means of a dialysis perfusion technique. The mean calcium efflux from axons dialyzed with 0.3 microM calcium and 5 mM ATP was 0.26 pmol/cm(2).s at 22 degrees C. The curve relating ...
Lightbown J W - - 1973
The international unit of colistin methane sulfonate has been defined by collaborative assay as the activity contained in 0.00007874 mg of the international reference preparation. The definition was based on results from 7 laboratories in 5 countries which carried out assays against their existing national standards. Because of the complex ...
Bond J M - - 1973
The second International Reference Preparation of Procaine Benzylpenicillin in Oil with Aluminium Monostearate was established in replacement of the first international reference preparation. The blood-level duration test (WHO Requirements for Biological Substances, No. 9), used to evaluate batches of manufactured material in relation to this reference preparation, was revised to ...
- - 1971
Science editor Philip H. Abelson attended the 15th general assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics in Moscow on 1 through 14 August. There he served as principal U.S. delegate to the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior. In preparing the following notes for ...
Simangunsong, Bintang C. H.
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 2001.
These pages gives access to information regarding international agreements supported by the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC). Among them, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS). Free access is ...
In the case of species loss where international trade contributes to their diminution, or migratory species that require the protection of habitat in two or more countries, international agreements and regional accords can be a critical component of conservation initiatives. The purpose of the American Society of International Law's (ASIL) ...
International Society for the ...
Founded in 1970 the International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD) exists to promote international communication among gynaecologists, pathologists, dermatologists, and related disciplines, and to establish international agreement on terminology and definitions of vulvovaginal diseases, and also 'to promote clinical investigation, basic research, and dissemination of knowledge in ...
Based in Canada, Ursus International is dedicated to promoting the conservation of bears through education and dissemination of information. The website provides a background to the organisation and its main activities and programmes. Illustrated species accounts are available for a number of species including grizzly bears, European brown bears, black ...
Free full-text version of the International Newsletter on Plant Pathology, available online from issue 28, (1) (1998). The newsletter is published 6 times a year by the International Society for Plant Pathology (ISPP). Its aim is to inform members, and others, of the activities of the Society and of related ...
The International Tropical Timber Agreement (ITTA) is published by the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) and is made available in full on the Web by the Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) on their Environmental Treaties and Resource Indicators (ENTRI) site. It describes the agreement between the listed ...
Ohlin, Paul.
Thesis (M.A.)--Columbia International University, 2002.
INTA International Secretariat
The International Urban Development Association (INTA) was established over 30 years ago, as an international network designed to encourage the " ... exchange of information, experiences and best practices on urban development and renewal across the world.' The website includes a 'Forum' area, where users can view documents from various ...
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