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  Pacific Science Association - PSA Structure
Ralph J. Cicerone is the president of the National Academy of Sciences.  The Academy is represented to the PSA by the U.S. National Committee for PSA.
The Academy of Sciences of the Institute of France brings together French scholars and forms associations with foreign scholars, where both the former and the latter are selected from among the most eminent.
The mission of the Academy of Sciences, Malaysia is the pursuit, encouragement and enhancement of excellence in the fields of science, engineering and technology, for the development of the nation and the benefit of mankind.
www.pacificscience.org /structure.html   (1619 words)

 Biblio:Earthquakes & Volcanoes
Earth science: Slip-sliding away [re: movement of Kilauea volcano slope and potential for catastrophic tsunami], Nature, 415, 973, 2002.
Gupta, The deadliest intraplate earthquake, Science, 291, 2101, 2001.
Robock, Pinatubo eruption: The climatic aftermath, Science, 295, 1242, 2002.
www.columbia.edu /~vjd1/biblio_eqs_volcs.htm   (1518 words)

Ottoman science developed further owing to the personal interest of Mehmed II and the educational institutions which he established after the conquest of Istanbul.
He wrote a treatise about the classification of sciences titled Mawdu'at-Ulum (Subjects of the Sciences) in Arabic and compiled a book on geometry titled Tad'if al-Madhbah (Duplication of Cube) which was partly translated from Greek.
1525) who was a well known astronomer and mathematician of this period and the grandson of Ali Kuşçu and Kadızâde-i Rûmî, contributed to the establishment of the scientific traditions of mathematics and astronomy and was renowned for the commentary he wrote on the Zij of Uluğ Bey.
www.theottomans.org /english/art_culture/science.asp   (551 words)

 ESA Science & Technology: Publications
The science requirements of XEUS are particularly demanding, combining a large effective area (10m2 at 1 keV), moderate angular resolution (5" requirement, with a goal of 2"), and a low mass for the optics system.
The identification of the key technologies to be developed is one of the drivers for the early mission design studies, and in the case of XEUS this has led to the development of a novel approach to building X-ray optics for ambitious future high-energy astrophysics missions.
ESA's Science Payload and Advanced Concepts Office (SCI-A) has recently introduced the Technology Reference Studies (TRS) as a technology development tool to provide a focus for the development of strategically important technologies that are of likely relevance for future scientific missions.
sci.esa.int /science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=36795&farchive_objecttypeid=15&farchive_objectid=30995&fareaid_2=65   (3722 words)

 Pacific Science Association -
The Pacific Science Association (PSA) is a regional, non-governmental, scholarly organization that seeks to advance science and technology in support of sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific.
PSA facilitates interdisciplinary and international research and collaboration in the Asia-Pacific region, with a focus on key issues and problems in the region in order to engage science in the service of human needs and improving both the environment and quality of life of the region’s peoples.
PSA serves as a catalyst for scientific and scholarly collaboration; develops scientific capacity within the region; fosters effective communication between scientists, policy makers and the public; actively involves the Pacific Island states in regional and international scientific activities; and promotes the “Science of the Pacific”.
psa.bishopmuseum.org   (129 words)

 Creation Science, Chromosome Count
In one article on Kent Hovind's website, Creation Science Evangelism, he argues that chromosomes are an indicator of the complexity of an organism.
Such an argument does not stem from the science itself, but from simplistic thinking on the part of Hovind.
Chromosome counts have little to do with complexity, neither is there any part of evolutionary theory that claims that increased chromosome count equals increased complexity.
www.answersincreation.org /hovind_chromosome.htm   (387 words)

 Science Timeline
Unable to account otherwise for this agreement, they were led to regard mathematics as the study of ultimate, eternal reality, immanent in nature and the universe, rather than as a branch of logic or a tool of science and technology" (Boyer 1949:1).
Consequently, when the Pythagoreans developed the theory of geometric magnitudes, by which they were able to compare two surfaces' ratio, they were led, for lack of a system which could handle irrational numbers, to the 'incommensurability problem': Applying the side of a square to the diagonal, no common rational measure is discoverable.
About 260 bce, Archimedes of Syracuse contributed numerous advances to science including the principle that a body immersed in fluid is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the displaced fluid and the calculation of the value of
www.sciencetimeline.net /prehistory.htm   (6591 words)

 Space Science Projects-Science Tracer Bullet-Library of Congress
Space science, or the space sciences, are fields of science that are concerned with the study or utilization of outer space.
In addition, space sciences impact or are related to many other fields, from the biology of organisms in space environments to the geology of other bodies and planets (astrogeology), as well as nuclear physics in interstellar space and inside stars.
Ideas and instructions for a variety of science projects that examine the characteristics of the space environment and consider forces such as gravity, magnetism, and buoyancy.
www.loc.gov /rr/scitech/tracer-bullets/spacesciencetb.html   (3131 words)

 AET - Reports - Science - References
Physiological disturbances in fish living in coastal water polluted with bleached kraft mill effluents.
Tri- and Tetra-chloroveratrole metabolites produced by bacterial O-methylation of tri- and tetra-chloroguaiacol: An Assessment of their bioconcentration potential and their effects on fish reproduction.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 41:1502-1512.
www.aet.org /science_of_ecf/eco_risk/Rref.html   (1442 words)

 Thomas J. Wdowiak
A result is the finding that a thin iron-rich layer, which appears to have been spread over the entire planet 65 million years ago, is what remains of the actual asteroid or comet that did the extinction deed.
The Athena science payload for the 2003 Mars Exploration Rovers.
Wdowiak, D. Agresti, A.L. Lane, and the Athena Science Team, in Concepts and Approaches for Mars Exploration (Lunar and Planetary Institute), LPI Contribution No. 1062, 304-305, 2000.
www.phy.uab.edu /~wdowiak   (955 words)

 Presidential Awards for Mathematics and Science Teaching   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Las makes use of the diversity in her school to connect with her students.
"The most important aspect of teaching eighth-grade science is developing relationships with the students," Las said.
Her school is very diverse, with 29 different languages spoken in her building alone.
www.paemst.org /MemoryBook.cfm?ID=2809   (145 words)

From the Department of Soil Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Reprint requests to Dr. Cooperband, University of Wisconsin, Department of Soil Science, 1525 Observatory Dr, Madison, WI 53706-1299.
Composting is the transformations of raw organic materials into biologically stable, humic substances suitable for a variety of soils and plant uses.
www.region18.com /composting.htm   (2963 words)

 Science fare :: Honolulu Weekly
On Nov. 19, the Bishop Museum unveils its new Science Adventure Center, where the emphasis is definitely on adventure, some of it rising to 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
That’s the temperature at which rock melts, and in one of the center’s interactive exhibits, you’ll see volcanic cinder puddle down to its liquid form, flow out at a cooler 2,500 degrees and solidify into something much like obsidian—fl volcanic glass.
@CC TEXT EVENT INFO:Bishop Museum Science Adventure Center, 1525 Bernice St, 9am to 5pm daily, $3 on 11/19, general admission $14.95 adults, $11.95 children and seniors, free parking, 847-3511.
honoluluweekly.com /hotpicks/2005/11/science-fare   (222 words)

 CO2 Science
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 102: 1525-1530.
Science for all your greenhouse gas reporting needs.
Is carbon dioxide a harmful air pollutant, or is it an amazingly effective aerial fertilizer?
www.co2science.org /scripts/CO2ScienceB2C/articles/V8/N45/EDIT.jsp   (522 words)

 Pacific Science Association
The Pacific Science Association (PSA) is a regional non-governmental, scholarly organization that seeks to advance science, technology, and sustainable development in and of the Asia-Pacific region, by actively promoting interdisciplinary and international research and collaboration.
PSA is composed of both national member organizations (typically National Academies of Science) and individual member scientists.
Since our founding in 1920, the PSA has been based at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu, Hawai'i.
pacificscience.org   (161 words)

 JDS -- About Journal of Dairy Science
The Journal of Dairy Science is the top-ranked dairy research journal in the world.
JDS is of interest to those in biochemistry, breeding, economics, engineering, environment, food science, genetics, microbiology, nutrition, pathology, physiology, processing, public health, quality assurance, and sanitation.
The American Dairy Science Association celebrates its 90th year of publishing research work and three decades of Sustaining Membership.
www.dairy-science.org /misc/about.shtml   (354 words)

 PALEOANTHROPOLOGY: Whither the Neanderthals? -- Klein 299 (5612): 1525 -- Science
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Home > Science Magazine > 7 March 2003 > Klein, pp.
© 2006 American Association for the Advancement of Science.
www.sciencemag.org /cgi/content/summary/299/5612/1525   (322 words)

 Finding Periodical Articles on the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology - Harvard College Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Index to the Popular science monthly for the twenty volumes from 1872 to 1882, and of the three volumes of the supplement.
Science Citation Index allows citation searching, that is, starting with an article of interest and finding more recent articles that have cited it.
Indexes English-language applied science, technical, trade, and management literature: the literature of practice.
hcl.harvard.edu /research/guides/histsci/periodicals/part4.html   (2781 words)

In recent years, large continuous GPS arrays have been deployed in Japan and southern California, and smaller networks have been installed in other seismically active regions.
On page 1525 of this issue (1), Dragert et al.
Copyright © 2001 by The American Association for the Advancement of Science.
ajdubre.tripod.com /Physics/CascadiaSubduction-Sci-52501.html   (1094 words)

 Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature Representative Authors
Isaac Asimov was born January 2, 1920, in Petrovichi, U.S.S.R. (the former Soviet Union), and moved to the United States with his parents in 1923, becoming a U.S. citizen in 1928.
His love of science led to a doctorate in chemistry from Columbia University and a subsequent post as a professor of biochemistry at Boston University’s School of Medicine—a position he held for much of his writing career.
Tell a friend about Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature at eNotes.
www.enotes.com /science-fiction/31160   (157 words)

 Authenticity in a Digital Environment
All of the papers, but particularly those of David Levy and Peter Hirtle, raise important issues that are relevant to the topic of this article.
From Hirtle's paper, I had the opportunity to learn something of the science of diplomatics, and at the workshop, I had the opportunity to learn much more from Luciana Duranti.
These other works provide important additional viewpoints that are not fully integrated into this paper and I urge the reader to explore them.
www.clir.org /pubs/reports/pub92/lynch.html   (8005 words)

 Lesson: Chromosome Connection2
Important point: Be sure to point out to your students that crime scene science is largely historical science, not the classical experimental science typically presented as if it were the only form of science.
Fields in which historical science is used extensively include paleontology, astronomy, geology, evolution science, and forensic science.
This is very useful and legitimate science where events cannot be repeated, so we look for clues and patterns, leading to hypotheses about which predictions can be made, and we then look for evidence to check the predictions.
www.indiana.edu /~ensiweb/lessons/chr.con2.html   (1733 words)

 An Evolutionary Manifesto
In addition to freezing my salary, her continuing and largely successful attempts to isolate me from the students have served only to provide me with a powerful incentive to continue the search for the truth concerning the great mystery of Evolution.
A major exponent of the new science was William Bateson, now regarded as the founder of modern genetics (he coined the term himself).
I have come to believe that it is and, in so doing, join with Albert Einstein: "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." I will address this issue first with the views of others and finally with a single apparent fact from the fossil record.
www.uvm.edu /~jdavison/davison-manifesto.html   (17262 words)

 Morgan County Observatory Foundation - Planetariums and Science Centers Links
Harford County Science at Aberdeen High School, Edgewood Middle School, and Southampton Middle School Planetaria in Bel Air, MD.
Museum of Science: Mugar Omni Theatre and Charles Hayden Planetarium in Boston, Ma New Hampshire
Chabot Space and Science Center an 86,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art science and technology education facility located on a 13-acre site in the hills of Oakland, California.
www.nitesky.org /planetariums_and_science_centers_links.html   (441 words)

 PARCA Publications, 1996
A mini-surge on the Ryder Glacier, Greenland observed via satellite radar interferometry, Science, 274, 1525-1530.
PARCA is a program of the Konrad Steffen Research Group at CIRES.
An internationally recognized leader in innovative environmental science and research,
cires.colorado.edu /science/pro/parca/pubs/1996.html   (271 words)

 Steganography for the Computer Forensics Examiner
Steganalysis, the detection of steganography by a third party, is a relatively young research discipline with few articles appearing before the late-1990s.
The art and science of steganalysis is intended to detect or estimate hidden information based on observing some data transfer and making no assumptions about the steganography algorithm (Chandramouli 2002).
He holds a B.A. in Mathematics and M.S. in Computer Science, and works closely with the Vermont Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
www.garykessler.net /library/fsc_stego.html   (8875 words)

 My Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Broad range of fundamental and applied issues in the interdisciplinary areas of biotechnology and polymer science.
Ping Wang, N. Schneider, Nak-Ho Sung, “Sorption and diffusion of organic vapors in two fluoroelastomers,” Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 71(9):1525-1535, 1999.
Ping Wang, J. Meldon, Nak-Ho Sung, “Heat-effects in sorption of organic vapors in rubbery polymers,” Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 59(6), 937-944, 1996.
www3.uakron.edu /wangp   (409 words)

 GEOPHYSICS: ON MEGATHRUST EARTHQUAKES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The following points are made by A. Hirn and M. Laigle (Science 2004 305:1917):
The event was preceded by another, unexpected episode of tremor and slip beginning in late April; this event may have moved southward into northern California and terminated at the southern end of the subducting slab.
The following points are made by Craig H. Jones (Science 2003 300:1105):
scienceweek.com /2004/sa041105-5.htm   (1451 words)

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