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Spanish National Research Council

latNS longd longm longs longEW region_code ES employees budget chief1_name Emilio Lora Tamayo chief1_position President chief2_name chief2_position website http: The '''Spanish National Research Council''' ( , '''CSIC''') is the largest public institution dedicated to research in Spain and the third largest in Europe. Its main objective is to develop and promote research that will help

(OE) * Real Jardín Botánico (Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid) (RJB) * Unidad de Biofísica (UBF) * Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM) Literature * Carlos Martinez Alonso: ''Re-founding the Spanish National Research Council: New Methods, New Culture'', in: Max-Planck-Forum 7 : Perspectives of Research - Identification and Implementation of Research Topics by Organizations (Ringberg-Symposium Mai 2006), S. 59-70, ISSN 1438-8715 References External links

Colwood, British Columbia

as the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, part of the National Research Council (National Research Council (Canada)) of Canada, Victoria Butterfly Gardens and Centre of the Universe (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory) planetarium. BRC-HIA: Centre of the Universe - Public Observatory and Astronomy Centre The '''Western Communities''' or '''WestShore''' is a term used to describe the suburban municipalities of Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia), Langford (Langford, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia) and The Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia). Greater Langford and unincorporated districts (unincorporated community) west of Esquimalt Harbour and Portage Inlet, and south of the Malahat (Malahat, British Columbia) in the Capital Regional District (CRD), Greater Victoria of British Columbia, Canada. The Town of View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), which straddles Esquimalt Harbour, may also be included. It is an area of growing residential subdivisions, although farmland and substantial tracts of wilderness still predominate. established location Royal Roads University (formerly the Royal Roads Military College) in Colwood, British Columbia in Greater Victoria, British Columbia Canada type University Museum - Historic House Museum thumb Hatley Castle (File:Hatley Castle1.jpg) '''Hatley Park National Historic Site''' is located in Colwood, British Columbia in Greater Victoria. It is the site of Hatley Castle, a Classified Federal Heritage Building. Since 1995, the mansion and estate have been used for the public Royal Roads University. From the 1940s-1995, it was used for the Royal Roads Military College, a naval training facility.

Moosomin, Saskatchewan

General Andrew McNaughton , born in Moosomin in 1887. In the Second World War, he commanded Canada's overseas army and then became Minister of Defence. In the interwar years he was Chairman of the National Research Council (National Research Council (Canada)) and following the Second World War was Chairman of the International Joint Commission which handled questions pertaining to the international waters along the Canada-United States border. The social life of the early settlers of the area was limited by distances and transportation methods. Sunday church services were often held in private homes. '''Kevin Weedmark''' is a Canadian-born journalist. He is editor of the World-Spectator, a community newspaper based in Moosomin, Saskatchewan, and of Plain and Valley, a regional publication covering southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba. While based in rural Saskatchewan, he has reported from Afghanistan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. He is known for his work on international development and human rights. ::''Source''- The Guess Who's (w:The Guess Who) song "Running Back to Saskatoon" ::''Notes''- Moosomin (w:Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Moose Jaw (w:Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) are placenames of Saskatchewan (w:Saskatchewan).

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Academia Sinica

of June, with slight variations mostly depending on the partner university academic calendar. The TIGP offers Ph.D. programs only in selected disciplines agreed upon by Academia Sinica and its national research universities partners. The program offers doctoral degrees in highly interdisciplinary areas in the physical sciences, applied sciences, engineering, biological and agricultural sciences, health and medical sciences, humanities and social sciences. Currently,

chemistry laureates 1986 lee-bio.html Lee Yuan-tseh, Nobel biography the first Taiwanese to receive the prize. The campus is conveniently located, neighboring several national research institutes and Hsinchu Science Park, the silicon valley of Taiwan. The close location strengthens the collaboration between the academia and the electronics industry. In China, miniature models of ships that feature steering oars have been dated to the Zhou Dynasty (c. 1050 BC – 256 BC). Stern mounted rudders started to appear on Chinese ship models starting in the 1st century AD. However, the Chinese continued to use the steering oar long after they invented the rudder, since the steering oar still had limited practical use for inland rapid-river travel. One of oldest known depiction of a stern-mounted rudder in China can be seen on a 2 ft. long tomb pottery model of a junk (Junk (ship)) dating from the 1st century AD, during the Han Dynasty (202 BC-220 AD). Needham, Volume 4, Part 3, 649-650. Fairbank, 192. It was discovered in Guangzhou in an archaeological excavation carried out by the Guangdong Provincial Museum and Academia Sinica of Taiwan in 1958. Within decades, several other Han Dynasty ship models featuring rudders were found in archaeological excavations. Deng, Gang. (1997). ''Chinese Maritime Activities and Socioeconomic Development, c. 2100 B.C.-1900 A.D''. Westport: Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-313-29212-4. Page 42. The first solid written reference to the use of a rudder without a steering oar dates to the 5th century. Johnstone, Paul and Sean McGrail. (1988). ''The Sea-craft of Prehistory''. New York: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-02635-0. Page 191. In 1905, before the establishment of the Republic of China, he met Sun Yat-sen in Europe and joined the Tong Meng Hui. He also became the first Academic Scholar of the Humanity Division (人文組院士) of the Academia Sinica and a representative in the National People's Delegate Conferences (國民大會). He moved to Taiwan and was the teacher of Chiang Ching-kuo. He died in Taipei at the age of 88. He has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (中国科学院, People's Republic of China), the Academia Sinica (中央研究院, Republic of China (Taiwan)), the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Royal Society, etc. and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Princeton University (1958), Moscow State University (1992), Chinese University of Hong Kong (1997), etc. field Physics work_institutions Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica University of California at Berkeley Smith College Princeton University Columbia University alma_mater National Central University, China Zhejiang University University of California at Berkeley '''Yuan Tseh Lee''' ( birth death August 15, 398 Academia Sinica Chinese-Western Calendar Converter . ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 110 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷110). family_name Lán (蘭) 1935-1941, Ye studied at Qinghua University, Beijing. 1941-1943, he did his graduate study (M.Sc) at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou. 1943-1944, he was a research assistant at the Meteorological Institute, Academia Sinica, Chongqing (war-period capital of China). given_name Chāo (超) begin_reign September 19, 405 Academia Sinica Chinese-Western Calendar Converter . ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 114 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷114). end_reign March 25, 410 birth 408 death March 11, 452 Academia Sinica Chinese-Western Calendar Converter. ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 126 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷126). family_name Tuòbá (Tuoba) (拓拔) Others Classical Chinese character dictionaries are an essential tool for accessing and understanding traditional humanities with a foundation in Chinese literature, not only in China but also in Korea, Japan, Vietnam and Taiwan. The first notable effort to compile a comprehensive classical Chinese character dictionary was made by Morohashi Tetsuji (1883–1982), a Japanese scholar. Tetsuji recognized the need and grew determined to compile a Chinese–Japanese Dictionary while studying abroad in China. Despite his manuscripts being burned in a fire during World War II, his publisher going bankrupt, and numerous other setbacks, after 32 years of collaborative work, the Dai Kan-Wa Jiten or "Great Chinese–Japanese Dictionary" was finally completed. Taiwan's Defense Committee followed suit with a 10-year effort, along with the Academia Sinica, to complete the Zhongwen Da Cidian, or "Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Chinese Language." In 1975, China also made the compilation of a Chinese character dictionary a national project. Collaboration attracted the participation of 43 universities, as well as numerous research centers and scholars nationwide, yielding the 12 volume Hanyu Da Cidian or "Comprehensive Dictionary of Chinese Words" in 1993.

Greater Vancouver

located there. Startups headquartered in Vancouver include PlentyofFish , clubZone, and Techvibes. Greater Vancouver is also home to MDA (MacDonald Dettwiler), a pioneering space and defense company behind technologies such as the Canadarm and RADARSAT-2. Additionally, Vancouver is emerging as a world leader in fuel cell technology, accounting for 70 percent of Canadians employed in the industry. The National Research Council (National Research Council of Canada) Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation is located in Vancouver, and the headquarters of Ballard Power Systems is in neighbouring Burnaby. w:Greater Vancouver Greater Vancouver area of around 2.4 million inhabitants is the third most populous metropolitan area (w:List of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in Canada) in the country and the most populous in Western Canada (w:Western Canada). Vancouver is the most densely populated Canadian municipality, and the fourth most densely populated city over 250,000 residents in North America, behind New York City, San Francisco, and Mexico City (w:Mexico City).


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Rouleau, Saskatchewan

south of Regina (w:Regina, Saskatchewan) in the tiny farming community of Rouleau (w:Rouleau, Saskatchewan). CTV will air tributes on April 13 in honour of Corner Gas and Dog River (w:Dog River, Saskatchewan#Dog River) which feature the cast and behind the scenes footage.

Higher Education Funding Council for England

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Chinese Academy of Sciences

(280) are in the higher education sector; for the Chinese Academy of Engineering the corresponding figure is 35.3 percent (234). GLORIAD is sponsored by the US National Science Foundation, a consortium of science organizations and Ministries in Russia, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of Science and Technology of Korea, the Canadian CANARIE network, the national research network in The Netherlands SURFnet and has some telecommunications services donated by Tyco Telecommunications. China - China's peaceful rise - China Airlines - China Airlines Flight 611 - China and the United Nations - China at the 2004 Summer Olympics - China Central Television - China Construction Bank - China Eastern Airlines - China Far East Railway - China Greatvista Chemicals - China Hotel - China in world languages - China Light and Power - China Mobile - China National Aviation Corporation - China national football team - China National Highway - China National Highways of Beijing - China National Space Administration - China News Digest - China News Service - China Netcom - China Perspectives - China project - China proper - China Radio International -China Securities Regulatory Commission - China Southern Airlines - China Telecom - China telephone numbering plan - China Unicom - Chinatown - Chinatowns in Asia - Chinatowns in North America - Chinatowns in the Middle East - Chinatown, Chicago - Chinatown, Houston - Chinatown, Las Vegas - Chinatown, London - Chinatown, Los Angeles - Chinatown, Manhattan - Chinatown, San Francisco - Chinatown, Toronto - Chinatown, Vancouver - Chinatown, Washington, D.C. - Chinatowns in Africa - Chinatowns in Europe - Chinatowns in Latin America - Chinatowns in Oceania - Chinese Academy of Sciences - Chinese Academy of Social Sciences - Chinese accounting standards - Chinese aircraft carrier - Chinese Alliance for Democracy - Chinese-American - Chinese architecture - Chinese art - Chinese astrology - Chinese Basketball Association - Chinese beer - Chinese Box - Chinese Buddhist cuisine - Chinese calendar - Chinese Canadian - Chinese Canadian National Council - Chinese character - Chinese character encoding - Chinese characters of Empress Wu - Chinese chess - Chinese Civil War - Chinese classic texts - Chinese classical music - Chinese classifier - Chinese constellation - Chinese courtesy name - Chinese Crested Dog - Chinese Crested Tern - Chinese Cuban - Chinese democracy movement - Chinese Desert Cat- Chinese dictionaries - Chinese dominoes - Chinese dragon - Chinese economic reform - Chinese era name - Chinese Exclusion Act - Chinese family name - Chinese federalism - Chinese flute - Chinese folk art - Chinese grammar - Chinese Grand Prix - Chinese historiography - Chinese house church - Chinese in the United States - Chinese input methods for computers - Chinese Islamic cuisine - Chinese language - Chinese law - Chinese literature - Chinese martial arts - Chinese musicology - Chinese mythology - Chinese name - Chinese nationalism - Chinese New Year - Chinese nobility - Chinese numerals - Chinese opera - Chinese paddlefish - Chinese painting - Chinese paper art - Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association - Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference - Chinese philosophy - Chinese poetry - Chinese pronouns - Chinese Puerto Rican - Chinese remainder theorem - Chinese reunification - Chinese Rites controversy - Chinese River Dolphin - Chinese rock - Chinese room - Chinese social relations - Chinese sovereign - Chinese Soviet Republic - Chinese spoken language - Chinese strategic thought - Chinese Student Protection Act of 1992 - Chinese tabloid - Chinese Taipei - Chinese tea culture - Chinese unit - Chinese University of Hong Kong - Chinese variety art - Chinese wedding album - Chinese White Dolphin - Chinese wine (Wine in China) - Chinese written language - Chinese yuan ) born in Minqing Country, Fujian Province, China, growth in the East Malaysia in his youth, is a world-famous Chinese hepatobiliary (hepatobiliary system) surgery scientist and surgeon, who is currently an acadamecian at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is generally considered as the "Father of Chinese Hepatobiliary Surgery", and has been awarded the State Preeminent Science and Technology Award, which is the nation's highest scientific prize in 2005 by president Hu Jintao.He is now working in the Second Military Medical University of China. 1950-1966, Ye served as a division director and professor at the Institute of Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. From 1966 till now, he was the chief director and later the honorary director of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Science (IAP CAS). 1981-1984, he was the vice-president of Chinese Academy of Science. From 1984, he was also an advisor of Chinese Academy of Science. one of the two pupils of Xuanzang , his work was revered and heavily influenced Tibetan Buddhism and Chinese Buddhism. *Jingshan Jiang, former director of Center for Space Science and applied Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, deputy chief designer of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program and an aerospace expert of China's 863 Program, academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, International Eurasian Academy of Sciences and a member of CN COSPAR (Committee on Space Research) *Bai Lei, Chinese football player The university and its teaching hospital originally had a total faculty of more than 9000, including one academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and three from Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE). http: view 912137.htm The institutional council is made up of a selection of international advisors, such as a representative of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (w:Chinese Academy of Sciences). Another member is Erik Möller of the Wikimedia Foundation (w:Wikimedia Foundation) Board of Trustees.

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