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Berlin

. '''Johann August Nahl''' (22 August 1710 in Berlin – 22 October 1781 in Kassel) was a German sculptor and stuccist (stucco). '''Ernest J. Sternglass''' (born 24 September 1923, Berlin) is an emeritus professor (Professor#Other designations) at the University of Pittsburgh and Director of the Radiation and Public Health Project. He is an American physicist and author, best known for his controversial research on the health risks of low-level radiation (Ionizing radiation#Radiation levels) from atmospheric testing (nuclear testing) of nuclear weapons and from nuclear power plants (nuclear power). birth_date Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Canada

(with tenure) in 1985. He received a D.Sc. from the University of London in 1992. J. Philippe Rushton, Ph.D. - Bio Sketch, University of Western Ontario J. Philippe Rushton: Curriculum Vitae, Charles Darwin Research Institute Owing to his controversial research that has sparked political debates, including Premier of Ontario Ontario's premier


United States

mi_m2372 is_n3_v34 ai_20444907 journal The Journal of Sex Research volume 34 pages 237–255 jstor 3813384 doi 10.1080 00224499709551891 issue 3 The debate resulted in the unprecedented condemnation of the paper by both Houses of the United States Congress. The social science research community was concerned that the condemnation by government legislatures might have a chilling effect (Chilling effect (term)) on the future publication of controversial

research results. '''Richard Teitelbaum''' (born May 19, 1939) is an American (United States) composer, keyboardist, and improvisor. Born in New York, he is a former student of Allen Forte, Mel Powell, and Luigi Nono. He is best known for his live electronic music and synthesizer performance. For example, he brought the first moog synthesizer to Europe. "


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