this same machine was modified during World War II for improved reliability and enhanced capability, and identifies its wartime applications as including research on the flow of heat, explosive detonations, and simulations of transmission lines. Cairns, W. J., Crank, J., & Lloyd, E. C. ''Some Improvements in the Construction of a Small Scale Differential Analyser and a Review of Recent Applications'', Armament Research Department Theoretical Research Memo. No. 27 44, 1944 (see Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland
must attend university overseas. However, the Institute of Medicines had been introduced at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam and a new building has been built for the faculty. The building, including research lab facilities, was completed in 2009. There has been a School of Nursing since 1951.
in the summer of 1878). Hertz, however, did not contribute much to the field himself except some early articles as an assistant to Helmholtz in Berlin, including research on the evaporation of liquids, a new kind of hygrometer, and a graphical means of determining the properties of moist air when subjected to adiabatic changes. Mulligan, J. F., and H. G. Hertz, "On the energy balance of the Earth," ''American Journal of Physics'', Vol. 65, pp. 36–45. After returning to Germany, Creutzfeldt worked at the Neurological Institute in Frankfurt am Main, at the psychiatric-neurological clinics in Breslau (Wrocław), Kiel and Berlin, and at the ''Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Psychiatrie'' in Munich. He was habilitated (habilitation) at Kiel in 1920, and in 1925 became ''Extraordinarius'' of psychiatry and neurology. In 1938 he was appointed professor and director of the university psychiatric and neurological division in Kiel. thumb 350px The Schliemann mansion in Athens, ca. 1910 (File:Schliemann1910.png) On August 1, 1890, Schliemann returned reluctantly to Athens, and in November traveled to Halle (Halle, Saxony-Anhalt) for an operation on his chronically infected ears. The doctors dubbed the operation a success, but his inner ear became painfully inflamed. Ignoring his doctors' advice, he left the hospital and traveled to Leipzig, Berlin, and Paris. From the latter, he planned to return to Athens in time for Christmas, but his ears became even worse. Too sick to make the boat ride from Naples to Greece, Schliemann remained in Naples, but managed to make a journey to the ruins of Pompeii. On Christmas Day he collapsed into a coma and died in a Naples hotel room on December 26, 1890. His corpse was then transported by friends to the First Cemetery (First Cemetery of Athens) in Athens. It was interred in a mausoleum shaped like a temple erected in ancient Greek style designed by Ernst Ziller in the form of a pedimental sculpture. The frieze circling the outside of the mausoleum shows Schliemann conducting the excavations at Mycenae and other sites. His magnificent residence in the city centre of Athens, houses today the Numismatic Museum of Athens. Professional career After acquiring his PhD, Ebbinghaus moved to Berlin, where he spent several years before leaving to travel in France and England for the next three years. In England, he may have taught in two small schools in the South of the country (Gorfein, 1885). In London, in a used bookstore, he came across Gustav Fechner's book ''Elements of Psychophysics'', which arguably spurred him to conduct his famous memory experiments. He began his work in 1879, but he may have performed his first set of experiments on several students from the English schools he had taught at. In 1885, the same year that he published his monumental work, ''Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology'', he was accepted as a professor at the University of Berlin. In Berlin, he founded the Psychological journal ''Zeitschrift für Physiologie und Psychologie der Sinnesorgane'' (''The Psychology and Physiology of the Sense Organs''). He also founded two psychological laboratories in Germany. Poland's foreign minister, Radosław Sikorski, delivered a speech on 28 November 2011 in Berlin, in which he emphatically appealed to Germany and other European Union countries for closer economic and political integration and coordination, to be accomplished through a more powerful central government of the Union (Institutions of the European Union). Sikorski feels that decisive action and substantial reform, led by Germany, are necessary to prevent a collapse of the euro and subsequent destabilization and possible demise of the European Union. His remarks, directed primarily at the German audience, encountered hostile reception in Poland from Jarosław Kaczyński and his conservative parliamentary opposition (Law and Justice), who accused the minister of betraying Poland's sovereignty and demanded his ouster and trial. Sikorski identified in his speech several areas important to Polish traditionalists, which, he said, should permanently remain within the domain of individual national governments. birth_date July 19, 1898 birth_place Berlin, German Empire death_date Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
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, including Research Triangle Park, North Carolina; Richardson (Richardson, Texas), Texas; and Maidenhead, United Kingdom. Bell-Northern Research pioneered the development of digital technology, and created the first practical digital PBX (Private branch exchange), (SL1), and central office (DMS (Digital Multiplex System)). Under the direction of then Nortel Chief Officer, John Roth (John Roth (businessman)), BNR lost its separate identity in the 1990s
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author. She wrote 35 novels and many short stories. Her works sold over a million copies. The 1996 '''Solomon Amendment''' is the popular name of 10 U.S.C. (United States Code) § 983, a United States federal law that allows the Secretary of Defense (United States Secretary of Defense) to deny federal grants (including research grants) to institutions of higher education if they prohibit or prevent ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) or military recruitment