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Itakura (surname)

Itakura is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: Itakura Shigenori 板倉 重矩, 1617–1673, Japanese daimyō Itakura Katsutake 板倉 勝武, 1736–1769, Japanese daimyō Ko Itakura 板倉 滉, born 1997, Japanese footballer Itakura Kat ...

                                               

Marian Ciepielowski

Marian Ciepielowski was a Polish physician and scientist. A survivor of the Buchenwald concentration camp, he is best known for his activity as a saboteur within the camps vaccine production unit. Ciepielowskis actions resulted in useful vaccines ...

                                               

Nesse

Nesse may refer to: Nesse Horsel, a river in Thuringia, Germany, tributary to the Horsel, 54.5 km long Nesse Werra, a river in North Hessen, Germany, tributary to the Werra, 5.9 km long Nesse, Dornum, a village in Dornum municipality, Aurich Dist ...

                                               

George Cross (disambiguation)

The George Cross is a UK and commonwealth award for bravery. George Cross may also refer to: The Saint Georges Cross, as a heraldic device and flag design George Cross Malta, the award of the George Cross to the island of Malta Cross of St. Georg ...

                                               

Jack D. Keene

Jack D. Keene is a James B. Duke Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at Duke University. Keene studies the regulation of RNA and the mechanisms of RNA-protein interactions. He identified RNA recognition motif RRM proteins, which are ...

                                               

Dennis Smith

Dennis Smith Australian footballer 1939–2017, Australian footballer for Richmond Dennis Smith American football born 1959, American football player Dennis Smith footballer, New Zealand international footballer Dennis Smith ice hockey born 1964, A ...

                                               

Huxley

The British Huxley family Andrew Huxley 1917–2012, British biologist, brother of Aldous Huxley Aldous Huxley 1894–1963, British writer, author of Brave New World, grandson of Thomas Huxley Thomas Henry Huxley 1825–1895, British biologist known as ...

                                               

Andrew West

Andrew or Andy West may refer to: Andrew West biologist, English-New Zealand biologist and academic administrator Andrew J. West born 1986, American actor Andy West Big Brother, born c. 1982, British reality show participant Andrew West pianist b ...

                                               

John Aitken

John Aitken may refer to: John Aitken politician 1849–1921, mayor of Wellington, New Zealand, 1900 John Aitken biologist, British-born Australian-based reproductive biologist John Aitken explorer 1793–1833, Australian explorer in the 1830s John A ...

                                               

Keith Campbell

Keith Campbell may refer to: Keith Campbell biologist 1954–2012, British biologist, led team that cloned Dolly the sheep Keith Campbell philosopher born 1938, Australian philosopher Keith Campbell rugby league, Australian rugby league footballer ...

                                               

David Baldwin

David Baldwin may refer to: Dave Baldwin American football born 1955, American football coach David Dwight Baldwin 1831–1912, Hawaiian businessman, educator, and biologist David Baldwin bowls 1921–2012, New Zealand bowls player Dave Baldwin baseb ...

                                               

Thomas Kirk

Thomas Kirk may refer to: Thomas Kirk sculptor 1781–1845, Irish sculptor Thomas Andrew Murray Kirk 1906–1966, Canadian Member of Parliament, 1949–1958 Thomas James "TJ" Kirk born 1985, American YouTube personality and author Thomas Henry Kirk 187 ...

                                               

Frederick Russell (disambiguation)

Frederick Russell is a Canadian businessman and politician. Frederick Russell may also refer to: Frederick Nene Russell, New Zealand MP Fred Russell American football born 1980, American football running back Fred Russell ventriloquist 1862–1957, ...

                                               

William Kent (disambiguation)

William Kent was an English architect, landscape architect and furniture designer. William Kent may also refer to: William Kent Australian politician 1856–1906, member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly Willie Kent 1936–2006, American singer ...

                                               

Heterocope

Heterocope is a genus of copepods in the family Temoridae. It was described by Norwegian biologist Georg Ossian Sars in 1863. The World Register of Marine Species lists the following currently accepted species:

                                               

Richard Gibbs (disambiguation)

Richard Gibbs is an American film composer and music producer. Richard Gibbs may also refer to: Dick Gibbs basketball born 1948, American basketball player Richard Gibbs biologist, Australian geneticist Richard Gibbs judge born 1941, British judg ...

                                               

Thomas Stephenson

Thomas or Tom Stephenson may refer to: Thomas Alan Stephenson 1898–1961, British marine biologist Tom Stephenson rugby union born 1994, English rugby union player Thomas Frederick Stephenson 1894–1917, World War I flying ace with the Royal Air Fo ...

                                               

Claudina Rodrigues-Pousada

Claudina Rodrigues-Pousada is a professor at the Institute of Physical and Chemical Biology and Paris Diderot University. Since 2000, she has headed the Genomics and Stress lab at the IPCP where she works with yeast to examine how the fungi react ...

                                               

Geist (disambiguation)

Geist video game, a Nintendo GameCube video game exclusively published by Nintendo Geist: The Sin-Eaters, a role-playing game published by White Wolf, Inc., involving undead creatures such as ghosts and geists Geist Marvel Comics, a supervillain ...

                                               

Fed

Andrey A. Fedorov 1908–1987, Soviet Russian biologist, author abbreviation John Fedorowicz born 1958, American International Grandmaster of chess also called "The Fed". Fed, a slang term for a police officer in several countries

                                               

James Macrae (botanist)

In 1824, James Macrae was sent by the Royal Horticultural Society, aboard the H.M.S Blonde to gather botanical and agricultural information, collect plants and give seeds to Hawaiians. Another naturalist Andrew Bloxam whose brother Rowland was sh ...

                                               

John Carlson

John Carlson may refer to: John Carlson biologist, American biologist John F. Carlson 1875–1947, Swedish-born American Impressionist artist John Carlson Minnesota politician born 1953, American politician and member of the Minnesota State Senate ...

                                               

Carl Johnson

Carl Johnson may refer to: Carl Johnson soccer 1892–1970, American soccer player Carl Johnson athlete 1898–1932, American track-and-field athlete Carl Johnson Grand Theft Auto, video game character and protagonist of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas ...

                                               

Kinne

Ryan Kinne born 1989, American soccer player Frances Kinne 1917–2020, American author, academic administrator, and musician John Baxter Kinne 1877–1954, American soldier Sharon Kinne born 1939, American murderer G. J. Kinne born 1988, American fo ...

                                               

H. Efsun Arda

Hatice Efsun Arda is a Turkish developmental and systems biologist researching cell lineages that give rise to human pancreas using single cell sequencing. She is a Stadtman principal investigator and head of the developmental genomics group at t ...

                                               

John Harley

John Harley may refer to: John Pritt Harley 1786–1858, English comic actor John Harley footballer 1886–1960, Scottish-born Uruguayan footballer John Brian Harley 1932–1991, geographer, cartographer, and map historian John B. Harley died 1846, pre ...

                                               

Karl Meyer

Karl Meyer may refer to: Karl Meyer activist born 1937, American pacifist, activist, Catholic worker and tax resister Karl E. Meyer 1937–2019, American journalist Karl Meyer aviator 1894–1917, World War I flying ace Karl Meyer businessman 1888–19 ...

                                               

Kopin

Kopin may refer to: Fictional currency in the Groo the Wanderer American comic book series Kopin Corporation, United States electronics manufacturer Kopin, Myaung, village in Myaung Township, Sagaing District, Sagaing Division, Myanmar Mascot of ...

                                               

Breaker

Breaker reef, a shallow over which waves break Breaker hydraulic, a percussion hammer attached to an excavator Breaker container, is a small water cask, typically used on boats in case of shipwreck A breaking wave on water Circuit breaker, an ele ...

                                               

Arie Zaban

Zaban was born in Israel. He served in the Israel Air Force as a Phantom pilot. He earned a B.Sc. in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Electrochemistry from Bar-Ilan University. He spent two years of postdoctoral work at the United States National Renewab ...

                                               

Clermont

Clermont County, Ohio Clermont, Florida Clermont Alexandria, Virginia Clermont, Iowa Clermont, Kentucky Clermont, Burlington County, New Jersey Clermont State Historic Site, New York, location of Clermont Manor, home of Robert Livingston 1688–177 ...

                                               

Charles Price

Charles Price may refer to: Charles Price minister 1807–1891, English-born Congregational minister in colonial Tasmania Charles Price Welsh politician 1872–1954, British Member of Parliament for Pembrokeshire, 1906–1918 Charles F. Price born 1938 ...

                                               

Thomas Lane

Thomas or Tom Lane may refer to: Thomas J. Lane 1898–1994, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts Thomas Lane 14th-century MP died 1423, MP for Canterbury Tom Lane computer scientist born 1955, involved in image compression standards and PostgreS ...

                                               

Alchemist (disambiguation)

The Alchemist novel, the translated title of a 1988 allegorical novel by Paulo Coelho "The Alchemist" short story, a short story by H. P. Lovecraft The Alchemists, a science fiction novel by Geary Gravel The Alchemyst: The Secrets of the Immortal ...

                                               

Hugo Henkel

Hugo Wilhelm Henkel was a German chemist and industrialist. He went down in history as the inventor of the Persil detergent.

                                               

Haroon Rashid

Harun al-Rashid 763/766–809, fifth Arab Abbasid Caliph in Iraq Al-Qasim ibn Harun al-Rashid, his third son Harunur Rashid filmmaker, Bangladeshi film director and writer Haroon Rasheed born 1953, Pakistani cricketer Haroon Rashid Aswat born 1979, ...

                                               

Stolz

Stolz is a surname shared by the following individuals: Friedrich Stolz 1860 - 1936, German chemist Alban Stolz 1808 - 1883, German theologian Otto Stolz 1881 - 1957, Austrian historian Kim Stolz born 1983, U.S. fashion model and television perso ...

                                               

Stille

Stille Saints & Lovers album Stille Chima album Stille Lacrimosa album Stille, album by Åse Teigland on NorCD, see list of NorCD albums "Die Stille" the silence, song by Fanny Mendelssohn

                                               

Duce (disambiguation)

Duce is an Italian title. Duce may also refer to: Eldon Hoke 1958–1997, American drummer and singer nicknamed "El Duce" Benito Mussolini 1883–1945, Fascist Prime Minister of Italy during World War II, known as Il Duce "the leader" Dar es Salaam U ...

                                               

Droneman

Droneman is about chemist and fly navigator Pavel and his friend businessman and free time rapper Plech. Pavel has strong sense of justice and wishes to fix wrongs with the world while Plech dreams about big money and secure life. Their common pa ...

                                               

Bjerrum

Bjerrum may refer to: People Kirstine Bjerrum Meyer 1861 – 1941, was a Danish physicist sister of Jannik Petersen Bjerrum. Jannik Bjerrum 1909 – 1992, was a Danish chemist son of Niels Janniksen Bjerrum. Niels Janniksen Bjerrum 1879 – 1958, was a ...

                                               

Hans Andersen

Hans Andersen is the name of: Hans Andersen footballer, born 1925, Norwegian footballer Hans Andersen footballer, born 1939, Danish footballer Hans Andersen speedway rider born 1980, Danish speedway rider Hans C. Andersen, American chemist from S ...

                                               

Seebach

Seebach, Bas-Rhin, a municipality in the Departement Bas-Rhin in France Seebach Zurich, a quarter of the city of Zurich in Switzerland Seebach, Thuringia, a municipality in the Wartburgkreis district in Thuringia in Germany Seebach, Baden-Wurttem ...

                                               

Christian Muller

Christian Muller may refer to: Christian Muller footballer, born 1960, German footballer Christian Muller organ builder, Dutch organ builder Christian Muller psychiatrist 1921–2013, Swiss teacher, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and writer Christian ...

                                               

Charles Hansen

Charles Hansen may refer to: Charles M. Hansen born 1938, American chemist and deviser of Hansen Solubility Parameters Charles Hansen cyclist 1891–?, Danish cyclist at the 1912 Olympics Charles D. Hansen, American computer scientist Chas. H. Hans ...

                                               

Clod

Clod may refer to: "Bummer of Love / Food of the Clods", 1997 episode of The Angry Beavers Gods and clods, a concept in the 1998 "Chickenpox" episode of South Park An oaf, used in such contexts as A lump of dirt soil "Children of a Lesser Clod", ...

                                               

Karl Fischer

Karl Fischer may refer to: Karl Fischer photographer, German-born Russian photographer Karl Fischer von Treuenfeld 1885–1946, Generalleutnant of Waffen SS Karl von Fischer 1782–1820, German architect Karl Fischer architect born 1948, Canadian arc ...

                                               

Haile (surname)

Haile is a surname of various derivations. People with the surname include: Abeba Haile born 1970, Eritrean singer John Haile died 1535, vicar of Isleworth Middlesex Gebremedhin Haile fl. 2010s, Ethiopian football coach who has managed the Ethiop ...

                                               

WMR

Widney Manor railway station, a station served by the UK National Rail association West Midlands Railway, part of West Midlands Trains, the current holder of the West Midlands franchise Wellington and Manawatu Railway Company, a private rail tran ...

                                               

KOE (disambiguation)

KOE is a Mardi Gras organization in New Orleans. KOE may also refer to: El Tari International Airports IATA code Communist Organization of Greece KOE, a Greek political party Baale languages ISO 939-3 language code