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Princeton University
Through teaching and research, we educate people who will contribute to society and develop knowledge that will make a difference in the world.
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The Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma – The Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma offers comprehensive sports medicine references and information for practitioners and athletes of all levels.
Our current site is having technical issues, please stay tuned as we bring things back online. Thank you for your patience! Welcome to the Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma (NISMAT), a world-renowned research, teaching, and treatment center. Established at Lenox Hill Hospital in 1973, NISMAT was the world’s first hospital-based facility committed…
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JETIR- Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research
Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research is not limited to a specific field of engineering but is instead devoted to a wide range of subfields in the engineering sciences.
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JETIR- Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research
Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research is not limited to a specific field of engineering but is instead devoted to a wide range of subfields in the engineering sciences.
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Microbiologist| Leishmaniasis| Toxoplasmosis| AIDS |
Prof. Sarman Singh is a self-made person, who hails from a very small village of Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. He always thought of doing some welfare work for the country, which benefits not only his community but all the poor and downtrodden. After obtaining MBBS degree from KGMC, Lucknow and MD from PGIMER, Chandigarh, in 1991, he joined the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi as Assistant Professor. The Department he was assigned, had no research and development work and very few basic diagnostic services at that time. However, with his hard work, vision and seer perseverance his specialised division has now developed into a full fledged molecular biology centre of excellence which is very well equipped with most of the modern diagnostic and research tools such Whole Genome Sequencer, 6 laser flow cytometer, Molecular Biology work-station, MB-Bact, MGIT-960, Epicenter, various types of research and fluorescence microscopes, PCR, Real-time PCR, Mini-Mag, , NASBA, gel driers and DNA/RNA extractors, CO2 incubator, various types of centrifuges, biosafety cabinets, ELISA processors, electro-chemiluminescence, VIDAS etc.. The division is catering from very routine to most sophisticated molecular diagnostic services not only to the Institute hospital patients but also to patients of other hospitals in and outside Delhi. The laboratory has received several research grants from Department of Biotechnology, Indian Council of Medical Research, Department of Science and Technology, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, NIH (USA), European Commission, Australia Council, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, WHO etc. Dr. Singh is voracious writer, dedicated researcher, loved teacher by his students, an able administrator and a visionary. This is evident from his high citation index of 6500, i10 index of 141 and h-index of 40. He is an internationally acclaimed medical scientist with outstanding research and academic achievements for his pioneering work in the field of infectious diseases. His work has made high impact on the society both directly and indirectly and saved thousands of lives from diseases and poverty. His contribution to the society has been in two ways: direct and immediate and indirect but long lasting. The immediate impact has been through his inventions and innovations in the field of two major killer infectious diseases- the kala-azar and tuberculosis. Though both diseases affect poor, but kala-azar mainly affects the poorest and down trodden (Singh et al, 2000). Thousands of poor in Bihar, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh used to die due to kala-azar because the diagnostic methods were very costly for them to afford. The rapid test developed by his team which is highly cost-effective, the number of deaths due to kala-azar has come down. Though Government of India has taken several steps to tackle this disease, but the rapid test kit developed by him played pivotal role. His new inventions including the early diagnosis of tuberculosis and a mosquito proof cooler are on the way of commercialization which will make a dramatic change in the control of Tuberculosis and mosquito borne diseases. Indirect impact of his work has made a significant effect in youths and students across the country. Thousands of students get highly motivated after reading his biography (www.drsarmansingh.com). These youngsters generate confidence that with hard work, perseverance and honesty and scientists even poor students can also excel and contribute in the national building. The main focus of Prof. Sarman Singh's research has been on developing more sensitive and cost-effective diagnostic methods for infectious diseases, particularly those that are difficult to diagnose and treat. Towards this goal, he has made several ground breaking discoveries in the field of pathophysiology of visceral Leishmaniasis or kala-azar. He was the first to develop and patenting a rapid and highly cost-effective diagnostic test for this disease. A novel recombinant antigen (Ld-KE16) was prepared from an Indian strain of L. donovani (Singh & Sivakumar 2003; Sivakumar et al, 2006) ((PCT/IN2003/000400) and the commercial rights of the test were transferred to the M/s Span Diagnostic Pvt Ltd through the Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India. The company has made rapid diagnostic test (RDT) kits in various test formats, which were dedicated to the nation by the Honourable Minister of Science & technology, Government of India Shri Kapil Sibal on February 6, 2006 in a glittering ceremony at the Press Club of India. These RDTs have made the invasive and hazardous methods like bone marrow and splenic aspiration dispensable at a very affordable price (Singh 2006). It is a matter of pride that the diagnosis of kala-azar can now be made at a cost of less than Rs. 50 per patient in India using these trailblazing "Made in India" kits. These test kits are exceptionally accurate with 100% specificity and 98% sensitivity. The disease kala-azar mainly affects the poor and down-trodden section of our society (Singh et al, 2000). Till rapid tests were made available, thousands of poor in the states of Bihar, W Bengal and Uttar Pradesh were dying due to this disease because of non-availability of sensitive, cost-effective and point-of-care diagnostic methods. It may be mentioned that with the availability of this revolutionary test, the number of kala-azar deaths has come down significantly - thanks to the Government of India for their active surveillance, and free treatment combined with the RDT kit developed by Dr. Singh that played a pivotal role in the national kala-azar elimination program. This cutting edge technology is also saving of millions of dollars of the Indian Government every year on foreign exchange. This is the first ever-indigenous invention by a medical scientist, which is become an integral part of any national disease elimination programme. This invention received high appreciation and applauds from the WHO (WR-India, as chair of the award selection committee) in the BMJ Research and Innovation excellence award distribution ceremony while announcing the award to Dr. Sarman Singh. Beside the above, this work has been recognised by the prominent science agencies of India, notably the Department of Biotechnology (Product, process and Commercialisation award); Indian Council of Medical Research (Dr. BK Aikat Award); Medical Council of India (Dr. BC Roy Award); Government of Uttar Pradesh (Vigyan Ratna Award); Indian Medical Association (Med-Achiever Award); Delhi Medical Association (Chikitsa Ratna Award); Indian Society of Parasitology (Dr. BP Pandey Oration Award); Indian Association of Tropical Parasitology (Outstanding Researcher in Parasitology); Indus Foundation (Innovation Excellence Award); Society for Immunology and Immunopathology (Life Time achievement Award) and many more. The issue of reservoirs of visceral leishmaniasis in India has remained dogmatic. The dictum has been that only post-kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis (PKDL) patients serve as reservoirs and there are no animal reservoirs in India, in contrast to the well-known animal reservoirs world-wide. In a spearheading study Dr. Singh working on the premise that in several areas where there are no PKDL cases (Dey et al, 2007), the outbreaks or sporadic cases of VL do occur (Singh et a, 2011). Furthermore, using novel PCR primers (PCT/IN2004/000395) his team also found that VL and PKDL strains are genetically different and both strains have differences in the anti-leishmanial drug susceptibility pattern (Mishra et al 2011). Therefore, in a radical approach, his team investigated thousands of animals in endemic areas as well as in non-endemic areas and found that goats are very potent animal reservoirs of VL in India (Singh et al 2013). These findings are bound to make drastic deviation in the kala-azar elimination programme of India. The whole genome sequence (WGS) of several isolates of Leishmania donovani from VL patients has been sequenced, but it is a matter of pride that Dr. Sarman Singh became the first in the world to carry out the WGS of the PKDL strain of Leishmania. The sequence alignment data showed significant differences in the genome of PKDL strain as compared to VL strains (Gupta et al, 2015). The WGS also revealed a revolutionary finding that a major portion of a saprophytic bacterial (Parvibaculum lavamentivorans DS-1) genome gets integrated into the genome of PKDL strain. On the basis of this discovery new biological phenomenon has been postulated, thereby this integration could be the triggering factor to manifest the two strains differently (the viscerotropic form becoming dermotropic). This landmark discovery also proved his old hypothesis, that Leishmania donovani undergoes in-vivo hybridization to manifest as PKDL. These findings will go a long way in the eradication of old dogma about PKDL. India has distinction of having maximum cases of HIV, TB and Leishmaniasis. In an in-depth invited review in International Journal of Infectious Diseases Dr. Singh discusses the current scenario of HIV-leishmania co-infection and factors that contributed to help quell this duo, in contrast to the other co-endemic countries (Singh, 2014). However, the Leishmania and TB both are co-endemic in several parts of eastern India. It is also known that approximately 20% VL patients will have concomitant or subsequent Tuberculosis but there is no effective vaccine for these infections. Considering this as a major research challenge, for the first time his team prepared a self-cleaving chimeric DNA vaccine which can be used against both TB and visceral leishmaniasis (Dey et al, 2008). This cutting edge innovation has been patented globally (PCT/IN2009/000093). The department of Biotechnology who funded and licensed this this work, observed this invention as of high commercial value. The reputed journal Vaccine invited him to publish this innovative research to publish in their special issue (Dey & Singh, 2009) and again another reputed journal (Parasites and Vectors) invited him to write a systemic review on Leishmania vaccines (Srivastava et al 2015). Miltefosine is a new drug approved for the treatment of VL in 2004 only but within few years of its introduction, the efficacy has gone down. To understand the mechanism of resistance, in an avant-garde study his team has discovered novel mutations in the genes of Leishmania; which impart resistance to miltefosine. These mutations can now be used as molecular markers to diagnose and predict miltefosine resistance in circulating strains at an initial stage (Srivastava et al, 2016). Tuberculosis is the main killer infectious diseases in India. On the top of that multi-drug resistant (MDR) and extensively drug resistant (XDR) forms have emerged forcing WHO to announce MDR-TB as health emergency. Dr. Singh for the first time reported high incidence of XDR-TB in Indian AIDS patients (Singh et al 2007). Though this publication created lot of discussion in Government, but finally it was accepted as realty and based on these findings Government of India implemented programmatic management of DR-TB (PMTD). Unfortunately early and accurate diagnosis of TB has remained a major challenge for researchers and programme managers. In last 20 years several serological test kits were dumped in the Indian market for the diagnosis of PTB and EPTB. But these kits gave highly inaccurate results, leading to unnecessary treatment to hundreds of thousands of patients, and leaving several thousands TB patients untreated. Dr. Singh played crucial role in getting these serological kits banned for import, manufacture and use in India (The Independent, UK; Times of India; The Hindu; Deccan Herald; Spectrum; etc.) and live discussion on the all India Radio. The Editorial published in the IJMR (Singh & Katoch, 2011) played the key role in this decision taken by the Government of India in May 2012. However, the ban on serology has created a complete gap in the TB diagnostic field. Dr. Singh worked untiringly to find out novel molecular tools and biomarkers for the diagnosis and differentiation of drug susceptible and drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis. His laboratory has recently made a revolutionary discovery in this field. After screening hundreds of proteins of MTB, his team identified 5 novel proteins/antigens which are over-expressed only during the in-vivo drug resistance development. The genes were cloned and proteins expressed, purified and used on various categories of patients showing the sensitivity and specificity of these proteins between 98.2% -100% and 89.1 - 98.2%, respectively (Singh et al, 2015, Singh et al, 2016*). Using these novel proteins development of a point-of-care (POC) rapid test is underway. This innovation will be a game changer in the area of TB diagnostics not only for India but globally. The Foundation for Newer Innovative Diagnostics (FIND) has shown interest in this innovation and very soon this innovation will make India proud of innovative research. He has also used his epidemiological skills acquired during his training at University of Michigan (USA) and has done various field studies. He has formed a network of scientists working on Tuberculosis in India. In a spearheading study his team screened 628 isolates of MTB collected from various parts of the country, genotyped these and did drug susceptibility testing to uncover how the socio-geographical factors influence the prevalence of various genotypes of MTB. This was unique and first study of its kind. The Beijing genotype of MTB which is most prevalent in NER-India is having highest vulnerability for drug resistance while EAI genotype (found mainly in South India) having least preponderance for drug resistance (Singh et al, 2015). In this study he for the first time successfully documented the impact of population migration on the prevalence of various mycobacterial genotypes in different. This study was judged as the best study of 2015-16 carried out at the AIIMS and Dr. Singh was awarded First Prize in Research Excellence by the hon'ble Minister of Health and Family welfare, Government of India, Sri JP Nadda. The study has got wide coverage in the print media and Department of Biotechnology (NER-BPMC) has announced a special call for proposals to deal with this menace. Dr. Singh has also done pioneering work in the field of non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) often neglected by clinicians and medical microbiologists as contaminants. In AIDS era these NTM have gained much importance but the conventional methods of identification are neither reproducible nor very specific. His team has developed novel sets of multiplex-PCR primers for the diagnosis and differentiation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, M. avium, M. kansasii and other NTM, directly from the clinical samples in a single tube (PCT/IN2004/000396). These PCR primers and the process have been found highly sensitive and specific and are being routinely used at AIIMS and many other laboratory settings throughout the country (Singh et al, 2006, Gopinath et al, 2009, Kumar et al 2014a). The PLoS Neglected Tropical Disease published Dr. Singh's "Personal Opinion: on this subject, which is highly cited. This has made a paradigm shift in the understanding of NTM disease in India. Using the same gene targets, a new technology known as loop mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assay has also been developed by him with a commercial partner (Kumar et al, 2014b). The technology is being evaluated across the country and soon may be taken up by the Government of India. Currently molecular tools have become essential to understand the pathophysiology and drug targets. Dr. Singh has moved with the time. His laboratory is equipped with all modern tools including 6 laser flow cytometer and New Generation Sequencer (NGS), beside all routine diagnostic tools and services. His laboratory caters diagnostic (routine and specialised) tests with precision and accuracy. For his quality services his laboratory is recognised as training centre for whole Asia region for new TB diagnostics by the Stop-TB division of WHO (Geneva) and also by the central TB division of Government of India. Prof. Singh is the sole authority in the field of Toxoplasmosis in India for both medical and veterinary fraternity. His Toxoplasma reference laboratory is the only centre in entire India which is maintaining and distributing the Toxoplasma gondii strains to other researchers for the last 26 years continuously. Because of his spearheading teachings through webinars, print media and on other platforms including the FOGSI, ISP, IATP, IAMM, etc he has been able to convince the majority of Gynaecologists, Obstetricians, Paediatricians and Medical /veterinary microbiologists of India, that bad obstetric history (BOH) is a misnomer and that Toxoplasma causes multiple abortions is only a myth (Singh 2003; Singh & Pandit 2004; Singh et al, 2014). He is now the last word for Gynaecologists and Obstetricians of India regarding the diagnosis and management of congenital/antenatal toxoplasmosis. He has saved several unwarranted terminations of precious pregnancies suspected to have intrauterine toxoplasmosis on the basis of inaccurate test methods. His work has been cited in several reputed reference and text books-notably, the Infectious Diseases of fetus and neonates (Remington & Klein), Practical Obstetric Problem (Ian Donald); Toxoplasmosis : A comprehensive Clinical Guide (David et al), International Encylopedia of Public Health (Academic Press); Practical Guide to high-risk Pregnancy and delivery (Arias); Internal Medicine: an Illustrated Radiological Guide (Tubaikh) to name a few. It is worth mentioning that for his work on Toxoplasmosis he has been honoured by the Indian Academy of Tropical Parasitology as well as by the Indian Society of Parasitology. Beside TORCH infections his original work on mother-to-child transmission of Hepatitis E virus has been cited in almost all text books of paediatrics and Obstetrics, for examples – Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases (Bennett et al); Infectious Diseases of fetus and neonates (Remington & Klein); Practical Obstetric Problem (Ian Donald); Viral Infections of Humans (Kaslow et al) and Avery's Neonatology. He was the first to document first case of HIV-Leishmania co-infection in India (Singh et al 2000a) and also high incidence rates of hepatitis B and Hepatitis C virus infections in Kala-azar patients of Bihar who were receiving multiple injections of sodium antimony gluconate (Singh et al, 2000b). He for the first time documented that circumcised patients had lower incidence of Hepatitis C and HIV virus infections in India. These findings were noticed by WHO and its Safe Injection Global Network (SIGN) division organised a special meeting with Government of India (in 2001) and highlighted the need for safe injection practices in India. Dr. Singh was special invitee in this meeting to present his findings. This advisory issued by the WHO to India based on his findings changed the scenario of injection practices in India. As a physician also he has contributed immensely in the Clinical Practice. For the first time from India, he reported mucosal involvement by Leishmania donovani in an AIDS patient and Prof. Singh coined a new clinical condition- post-kala-azar mucosal leishmaniasis (PKML) and published in the Lancet (Singh, 2004). This clinical term is now being used by other authors also (Singh 2014). He has treated rare clinical conditions like genitourinary enterobiasis (Singh et al, 1989), Scalp Phthiriasis (Singh et al, 1990), Hookworm granuloma of Gastric Os (Singh 1999), Toxoplasmosis in an immunocompetent surgeon, and many more. He has successfully carried out clinical trials of herbal immunomodulators in AIDS patients. He is running a pre- and post-test counselling clinic for HIV/AIDS and TORCH infections for the last 20 years and supervises more than 5 lakh investigations each year. Indeed Dr. Singh has several firsts to his credit, whether it pertains to new discoveries, novel innovations, finding new pathogens, clinical conditions or disease manifestations. His keen interest in new discoveries and scientific dissemination started from his early residency days at PGIMER, Chandigarh. Dr. Singh was the first to report fungal contamination (Trichosporon beigelli) of UGI endoscopes instead of routine decontamination procedures (Singh et al 1989). This work has been cited in almost all text books of Gastroenterology. He also reported new species of Trichuris (vulpis) in Onges tribes of Nicobar (Singh et al 1993) and new genotypes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in India. In addition to research, teaching and patient care he is helping various Government organizations like UPSC, DBT, ICMR, ICAR in the academic and administrative processes, and on being on their task forces. Dr. Singh has been member of Peer Team of NAC and Inspector of the MCI. Dr. Singh has also been on the research advisory committees/examiner of more than 25 central and state universities. He is also member of scientific advisory committees of JIMPER, Pondicherry; RMRC, Jodhpur and National JALMA Institute for Tuberculosis. He is grant reviewer for DST, DBT, DHR, ICMR, CSIR, BIRAC/IKP, BCIL of India. His research is also recognised outside India and he is grant reviewer for Medical Research Council, Government of South Africa; Ministry of Science and Technology, Life Sciences Division. Government of Israel and Ministry of Health (General Director for Scientific Research and Health Innovation), Italy. He is also abstract reviewer for World AIDS conference (IAS, Geneva) consecutively for 9th year and also for CROI (USA) and ICASA (South Africa) for last 3 years. He is one of the upper 10% peer reviewers for the publications from topmost publishers like Elsevier (including Lancet), NPG, Bentham, Springer, ASM, JAMA, BMA and others. Overall he is manuscript reviewer for 41 reputed journals while refusing review requests from hundreds of online journals. Out of 15 PhD and 5 MD students supervised by him as Chief Guide, all are pursuing their career successfully – 7 in the USA, 2 in South Korea, 2 in the UK, 1 in Germany and 8 in India. Of the 15 PhDs all have received accolades in the form of best poster or best oral presentations in various national and international conferences and most of them have received travel awards from DST, DBT, ICMR, BMGF or from conference organisers. One student was selected by HIV trust fund (Geneva) to work at NIH for 6 months. ***
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His Holiness the 17th Karmapa Orgyen Trinley Dorje – in Word and Deed - Startseite/ Karmapa Quotes
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Harvard University
Harvard University is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research, and to developing leaders in many disciplines who make a difference globally. Harvard University is made up of 11 principal academic units.
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Welcome Home! | Georgetown University
Georgetown University is one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, offering a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world. We are a vibrant community of exceptional students, faculty, alumni and professionals dedicated to real-world applications of our research, scholarship,
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The things we do here make a difference out there - Newcastle University
We''re transforming the world through our students, graduates, staff, research and collaborations. Find out more about who we are and what we do.
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Agriculture Jobs in India | Agri Jobs | Agriculture Careers and Job Opportunities.
Agriculture Jobs for Agri Professionals and Fresh Ag Grads. Latest Ag Jobs, Agribusiness Jobs, Agri Banking Jobs, Agri sales Jobs, Government jobs in agriculture, Agronomy Jobs, Seeds Company Jobs, Ag Education Jobs, Ag Jobs all over world. Agriculture Employers please contact us for best talent in Agri sectors.
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Global Cyber Institute
Global Cyber Institute is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research, and developing leaders who make a difference globally in partnership with UCLA.
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Stanford University, one of the world's leading teaching and research institutions, is dedicated to finding solutions to big challenges and to preparing students for leadership in a complex world.
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The University of British Columbia
The University of British Columbia is a global centre for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world.
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Home | University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Information for students, alumni, and parents from Illinois flagship public university, a world leader in research, teaching, and public engagement.
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UNSW Sydney – Australia’s Global University
UNSW Sydney, a Powerhouse of Cutting-Edge Research & Teaching in the Asia-Pacific. UNSW Sydney is Ranked 45th in the 2018 QS World University Rankings, Welcome to Australia’s Global University.
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We're a research-intensive university ranked in the world's top 1% of academic institutions. We encourage our students, staff and alumni to explore the unknown, challenge convention and make things happen.
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A comprehensive research university and experiential learning leader in Philadelphia, PA | Drexel University
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Welcome to the University of Canterbury, New Zealand - Nau mai, haere mai ki te Whare Wananga o Waitaha - Christchurch - New Zealand | University of Canterbury
University of Canterbury, located in Christchurch, New Zealand, offers world-class research, inspirational teaching, vibrant campus environment and great student lifestyle.
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Official site for the Guardian University of the Year 2019, with information about award winning staff, satisfied students, world leading research, TEF Gold standard teaching, modern facilities and global opportunities.
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Home | University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Information for students, alumni, and parents from Illinois flagship public university, a world leader in research, teaching, and public engagement.
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Durham College | Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
Durham College is the premier post-secondary destination for students to succeed in a dynamic and supportive learning environment. Our graduates develop the professional and personal skills needed to realize meaningful careers and make a difference in the world.
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Truman State University
Truman provides a transformative educational environment where you can reach for the horizon, for the life you want to live and the difference you want to make in the world. Pursue what matters to you.
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University of Winchester: Shortlisted for THE University of the Year 2017
Welcome to the homepage of the new University of Winchester website. Discover our courses, research and beautiful campus. Read more.
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SEDA College Online
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Bristol University Press
Bristol University Press supports and advances scholarship and education in the social sciences. The home of the award-winning Policy Press, it publishes world-class research, learning resources and scholarly social commentary in key disciplines.
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Corban University | Christian College in Oregon
Corban University is a christian college in Oregon. Choose from 50+ programs of study, including on-campus, online, graduate, and doctorate options. Make a Difference in The World for Jesus Christ and get an education on your terms. Fun, flexible, and affordable. Classes start soon. Learn more now.
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Best IAS Coaching in Hyderabad | Best IAS Coaching in Bangalore - La Excellence
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Nalanda University
Nalanda is a postgraduate, research intensive, international university supported by the participating countries of the East Asia Summit.
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Anderson University | Knowledge for the Journey
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A University of excellence in the execution of its core functions of research, teaching and community engagement upheld by high Christian ethical values, high academic standards and quality services
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ChangeClimate Change online | Change Climate Change One Tree at a Time
Change Climate Change One Tree at a Time! WHAT WE NEED AS HUMANS AND OUR INTERDEPENDENCE ON TREES AND PLANTS AND WHY YOUR HELP IS SO IMPORTANT? Human beings require sun for Vitamin D and health, good unpolluted oxygen and water. Plants and trees also require good quality water and the sun to photosynthesise and turn carbon dioxide into the oxygen that humans breathe. WHAT CLIMATE CHANGE INCREASE THE EFFECTS OF! Climate Change increases the effects of ; Twisters, Fires, Floods, Typhoons, Hurricanes, Cyclones, acid rain, Firestorms, Tsunami's, El Nino's and events like Chernobyl, bleaching of coral, melting of the Polar Ice Caps, Skin Cancer, rising sea temperatures, changed habitat, increased loss of biodiversity, loss of plant and animal species, increased use of air conditioning. THE BIG PICTURE-ITS CAUSES Increased Population means more Carbon Created which means more bad Climate change. The burning of coal for electric power, burning of oil based fuels (Fossil fuels) causes massive increases in CO2 which leads to massive Global Warming, shrinking of the Polar Ice Caps and ice shelf's which leads to more water and therefore rising ocean levels and sea temperatures which cause changes to weather patterns and mega weather occurrences. WHAT WILL HELP CHANGE DISASTROUS CLIMATE CHANGE? Use of less Fossil Fuels A decrease or 0 Population growth Increased use of renewable energy from Wind, Water, Solar and Hydro generated power 4 Growing fast growing trees such as Rain Trees which help in many ways Currently 25 percent of Western pharmaceuticals are derived from tropical rainforest ingredients, and 70 percent of the plants with anti-cancer properties are found only in this shrinking biome. Trees through their growing cycle (Photosynthesis) absorb sun, water and CO2 (Carbon). They give back to human beings the valuable clean oxygen that we need in order to breathe and live. In blog 3 we will tell you more specifically what some trees do to rapidly increase this process. The trees that photosynthesise the fastest are rain trees (Grow fastest and tie up carbon the fastest) Part of the reason for this is that they usually have very big leaves. And because they increase the rainfall they also help to cool the earth which also helps with Climate Changes increasing temperatures. As many as 30 million species of plants and animals live in tropical rainforests. At least two-thirds of the world's plant species, including many exotic and beautiful flowers grow in the rainforests. So we need to not just plant back the 20% of rainforest trees already lost in the Amazon basin, but we need to plant many, many more to try and change climate change. Please play your part and help grow by going to our Donation page and donating so we can plant many more today. PLEASE HELP, DONATE THROUGH PAYPAL at THE REALITY There are eight major ways we can fight bad Climate Change and its cataclysmic events: Massively grow the fastest growing rain trees that will soak up the carbon, that will act like a sink for the long term. GO GREEN. Reduce the use of fossil fuels Look at controlling or reducing population growth (China and India were partially successful at a time, at this) Promote and subsidise alternative energy, alternative energy strategies and research Use carbon taxes or carbon credits to reduce production of carbon and use of fuels that produce less carbon Institute a globally linked carbon market, the price that arises from it and the mitigation actions, such as CCS (Carbon capture and storage), that are triggered Reduce animal methane by using it in digesters Reduce Fossil Fuel exploration subsidies and tax breaks If we allow greenhouse gases to increase in quantity, more energy is absorbed and the earth heats up = More Disastrous Climate Change. Current atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, the most important anthropogenic greenhouse gas, are 40% higher than pre-industrial levels. If current energy use trends continue carbon dioxide emissions are estimated to increase by a further 20% by 2035. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and other authorities have warned that emissions need to be significantly reduced by 2020 in order to avoid the most dangerous impacts of climate change. The certainty that if we don't all band together and do something about Climate Change we are all guaranteed more mega Disasters, human dislocation and the extinction of many species including maybe our own. Why will most Government's not admit there is a Climate Change Problem?? A very powerful worldwide fossil fuel lobby group of companies that contribute to politician campaign funds Governments receive significant amounts of money from taxes on fossil fuels. Governments World Wide can do seven significant things to Improve Climate Change: Reduce Fossil Fuel exploration subsidies and tax breaks Look at controlling or reducing population growth (China and India were partially successful at a time, at this) Promote and subsidize alternative energy, alternative energy strategies and research Use carbon taxes or carbon credits to reduce production of carbon and use of fuels that produce less carbon Reduce the use of fossil fuels Institute a globally linked carbon market, the price that arises from it and the mitigation actions, such as CCS (Carbon capture and storage), that are triggered Reduce animal methane by using it in digesters PLEASE HELP, DONATE THROUGH PAYPAL on our Donate Links What will make a Difference and Why We Plant Raintrees? Your help to grow one rain forest tree one day at a time. By growing more trees and carbon absorbing matter and to reduce the extraction of fossil carbon (by using more re-newable energy) or to implement carbon capture and storage, as these are the only four mechanisms available for addressing the accumulation of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Did you know that trees and plants remove atmospheric carbon by biological methods such as photosynthesis and that the bigger the trees leaves the faster it grows and the quicker it absorbs carbon dioxide? Did you know that Rainforest trees like the Kapok can grow up to 4.5 metres a year? Are you aware that rainforest trees cool the earth by bringing lots of rain Are you concerned about the future of our planet? How many of you believe there's another proven way? Have you ever felt like we are losing so many plant and animal species at a rapid rate and doing very little about it? Do you think our own species might be included in that? Climate change is a moral issue. 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We also offer through our website the opportunity for Carbon Credits which will be audited by external organisations It is our goal to achieve Non-Profit organisation status as this will allow more money to be used for actual tree growing. Our cost per tree varies from $U.S. 3.00 to $U.S. 29.00 and is dependent on actual land costs in the different countries where we are growing trees. Your Help! To date as Rain Forest Plantation specialists we have grown 3, 560, 000 rain forest trees and we have been responsible directly or indirectly for another 20, 000, 000. Please help us to make this number significant in the fight against bad Climate Change and the disasters that it causes. You can help now by donating as much as you can to grow as many trees as you can afford. From US $1 to US $1 Million Our tree cost is $3.00 to $30.00U.S. Subject to land costs in different parts of the world When you register and donate we offer you also an Honour Roll. 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The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) is an educational nonprofit that is changing the world by developing leaders for a free society.
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Loving God Fellowship - Love | Encouragement | Loving God and People
Loving God Fellowship - LGF - a worldwide interdenominational Christ-following fellowship, sharing the love of Jesus and reaching the world for his glory.
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BEACON | An NSF Center for the Study of Evolution in Action
By: Dr. Wenying Shou - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Sometimes in science, a seemingly straightforward journey can take an enormous amount of time. Our paper in PLoS Biology (Hart et al., 2019) was one such journey. The question seemed easy enough: for a highly simplified microbial community — a community of two yeast strains engineered to help each other or "cooperate", could we predict how fast the community might grow? If you think that this question is esoteric, it is not. Cooperation is surprisingly common in biology: pathogenic bacteria cooperate with each other to launch infections; microbes in sewage treatment sludge cooperate to break down wastes. The faster a community can grow, the more likely it will survive perturbations or advance to new territories. Ultimately, a quantitative understanding of microbial communities will empower us to control and use communities as, for example, probiotics. One remarkable aspect of this work — the very long and turbulent gestation — is invisible from the data themselves. When responding to journal reviewers' critiques, I had the urge to write down this untold story of scientific discovery. A humble dream The project started when I was a postdoc about 17 years ago. To tie biology with mathematics, I joined a physicist's lab at the Rockefeller University in New York City. I wanted to see how interacting "parts" of a biological system might generate quantitative properties of the system as a "whole". All biological systems consist of parts. For example, an ecological community consists of interacting species, and the human body consists of different cell types. A quantitative understanding of how a biological system works can be very powerful. For example, it could help us predict what would happen if we were to perturb a part. A mathematical model consists of one or more equations. An equation describes how different quantities are linked to each other. For example, how fast population size changes equals how fast new members are added through birth, minus how fast the existing members die. The growth and death rates are examples of model parameters. Back then, people had been modeling biological systems such as ecological communities, gene regulatory networks, and the cell division cycle. Some models matched data beautifully. However, the renowned mathematician and computer scientist John von Neumann once stated "with four parameters I can fit an elephant, and with five I can make him wiggle his trunk." In other words, given enough "free parameters" — parameters one could freely choose rather than being constrained by reality from experimental measurements, a model can be made to fit any data. Although a fitting model can explain data, it does not mean that the model is correct or can predict new data. To avoid the "free parameter" problem, I decided to start with a very simple system. In such a system, I should know exactly how parts interact with each other. I could then write down the equations, know which parameters need to be measured, and measure all parameters. After much deliberation, I decided to engineer a highly simplified cooperative yeast community consisting of two strains, each supplying the other with an essential metabolite. My colleagues and I thought of a lovely name for it: CoSMO — Cooperation that is Synthetic and Mutually Obligatory. Unlike real-life communities where scientists often have trouble counting the number of species, CoSMO has two and only two strains. Unlike real-life communities where species influence each other by releasing many uncharacterized chemicals, in CoSMO each strain releases only one metabolite which is required and consumed by the partner. Moreover in CoSMO, the two strains coexist due to their inter-dependence, and thus I do not need to worry about losing any one of them. Now that I know how the two strains interact with each other, it should in principle be easy to predict community properties, such as how fast the community grows — or community growth rate. Community growth rate primarily depends on two traits of each strain: the metabolite release rate and the amount of metabolite consumed per birth. Thus, modeling community growth rate boils down to measuring four parameters. This is by no means ambitious! Mission aborted I measured all four parameters. I measured the metabolite release and consumption traits of each strain in the absence of its partner. I got rid of the partner so that the released metabolites would accumulate in the test tube for me to measure, instead of being immediately consumed by the partner. However, since the partner was not present, the measurement environment (called the "batch culture" environment) differed from the community environment. For example, to measure metabolite consumption in batch cultures, I would add a high dose of metabolite at the beginning of an experiment. In contrast, in communities, the consumed metabolite is constantly supplied by the partner at a low level. Measuring strain traits in a community-like environment would require a special experimental setup. So, I had to hope that the batch culture environment could approximate the community environment. After measuring the four parameters, I predicted community growth rate. However, my prediction was way off from the experimental results. I was disappointed. In theory, a mathematical model is useful when it fails, because failure suggests that we are still missing important pieces. In reality, I was far from being thrilled by the failure, because too many pieces could be missing, even in a system as simple as CoSMO. For example, the batch culture environment might not approximate the community environment; cells could be evolving… The problem immediately becomes monstrously messy and un-elegant — a devil. Eventually, I aborted the mission. I was forced to ask whether I could explain some other community property — the minimal total cell density required for the community to start to grow. That calculation required measuring more parameters — such as cell growth rates at various metabolite concentrations. I did not have the experimental setup for such measurements, so I gave in to free parameters. I did what was, and is still, commonly done: looking for literature values. The literature values varied over an order of magnitude, so I naturally chose the value that could explain my data. I felt guilty, but comforted myself by noting that at least, the free parameter I chose was not outrageous, and that at least, the fraction of free parameters in my model was far lower than most other models. This reasoning did not exonerate me, but helped to bring a closure to my postdoc project (Shou et al., 2007). Haunted by the devil When I started my lab at the Hutch, I promptly locked up the devil in a closet. I felt caught: on the one hand, grant reviewers kept punishing me because "CoSMO is too simple", yet on the other hand, I could not even understand a very basic property of the community. My modeling failure was indeed humiliating. There was no way I could rephrase the question in an exciting fashion to attract any one, possibly even including myself. My group started working on other more sexy problems, such as how the two cooperating strains might fend off cheaters who consume but do not contribute metabolites (Momeni et al., 2013b; Waite and Shou, 2012). Despite group members' successes, the devil kept haunting me. Babak Momeni, then a postdoctoral fellow in my lab, examined spatial patterning in CoSMO when CoSMO grew on an agarose pad. When we compared patterns predicted by our model versus patterns observed in experiments, they looked similar in a qualitative sense. However, the timing looked very different. This is not surprising given that we do not understand how fast the community grows. Fortunately, dynamics was not the focus of that paper, so we erased all time stamps from our simulations (Momeni et al., 2013a). Devil breaking loose Eventually, the devil of my past failure would not allow me to ignore it any further. Chi-Chun Chen and Jose Pineda, two talented group members, were quantifying metabolite release rates of evolved cells. They wanted to see whether cells could evolve to be more "generous" by releasing more. However, Chi-Chun and Jose were getting highly variable results despite their superb experimental skills. It seemed that we got stuck when the question turned quantitative. We suspected that the variable measurement results could be due to cell traits being highly sensitive to the measurement environment. To enable measurements in a community-like environment, David Skelding — a physicist in the lab — started to build devices called "chemostats". In chemostats, nutrients were supplied at a small dose (in small drops) but frequently (every tens of seconds), mimicking partner strain's slow but constant metabolite release rate. It took David a good year or more to ensure that chemostats worked reliably and precisely (Skelding et al., 2018). Taming the devil When Sam Hart joined my lab as a research technician, he inherited the problems I, Chi-Chun, and Jose had left behind. Initially, Sam continued to quantify strain traits in batch cultures, because after all, chemostat measurements are much harder and are limited by the number of chambers. However, at some point, we realized that without getting our fundamentals on a solid footing, we would be chasing after our tails: If we do not understand the two ancestral strains (i.e. why ancestral strains' traits cannot explain ancestral community's growth rate), there is no point trying to understand evolved strains. By that time, Sam had already invested a year or two. But Sam was unflustered because he understood the importance of asking the right, albeit inconvenient, question. Sam re-measured ancestral strains' metabolite release and consumption traits in David's chemostats. By controlling how slowly metabolites were supplied, Sam could force cells to grow at various slow rates observed in CoSMO. However, chemostats introduced their own devil: because of metabolite limitation, cells from both strains quickly evolved away from their original states while adapting to metabolite limitation. Sam then figured out ways to deal with this new problem. Eventually, Sam discovered that indeed, measurements of metabolite release and consumption traits could differ significantly in chemostats versus in batch cultures. Hanbing Mi, an undergraduate visiting student from China, figured out how to properly measure community growth rate when cells could evolve quickly. Once we took all these into consideration, we solved the puzzle (Hart et al., 2019). But only partially: we still do not understand CoSMO's initial phase of slower growth. Using the same quantification methodology that we have found to be trustworthy, Sam figured out what it means to be "generous" (Hart & Pineda et al., 2019), and which mutants evolved to be more generous (manuscript in preparation). Sam is now a graduate student at the University of Washington. Summary It takes a lot to do careful science. For science to advance, it must stand on a solid foundation. By demonstrating how to properly model a very simple living system, we have helped setting the standard for future modeling of more complex systems such as probiotic communities or infectious diseases. Acknowledgements I am very grateful to my lab members, particularly Sam Hart, Hanbing Mi, Jose Pineda, Chi-Chun Chen, and David Skelding, for doing high-quality work. Hart & Pineda, Chen, Chichun, Green, Robin, Shou W. 2019. Disentangling strictly self-serving mutations from win-win mutations in a mutualistic microbial community. eLife Accepted. Hart SFM, Mi H, Green R, Xie L, Pineda JMB, Momeni B, Shou W. 2019. Uncovering and resolving challenges of quantitative modeling in a simplified community of interacting cells. PLOS Biol 17:e3000135. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.3000135 Momeni B, Brileya KA, Fields MW, Shou W. 2013a. Strong inter-population cooperation leads to partner intermixing in microbial communities. eLife 2:e00230. doi:10.7554/eLife.00230 Momeni B, Waite AJ, Shou W. 2013b. Spatial self-organization favors heterotypic cooperation over cheating. eLife 2:e00960. doi:10.7554/eLife.00960 Shou W, Ram S, Vilar JM. 2007. Synthetic cooperation in engineered yeast populations. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 104:1877–1882. doi:10.1073/pnas.0610575104 Skelding D, Hart SF, Vidyasagar T, Pozhitkov AE, Shou W. 2018. Developing a low-cost milliliter-scale chemostat array for precise control of cellular growth. Quant Biol 6:129–141. Waite AJ, Shou W. 2012. Adaptation to a new environment allows cooperators to purge cheaters stochastically. Proc Natl Acad Sci 109:19079–19086. doi:10.1073/pnas.1210190109
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Amsterdam World Book Capital | How To Choose Interesting Books
Welcome To Our Site Knowledge is useful and it never expires. If you visit our site in search of books or knowledge, you have made a correct choice. We have in stock different kinds of books. Whether you are a professional, or you want to read just to pass time, we have everything in stock for you. Relax and go through our categories to select what you want. LEARN MORE The Importance of Books and Education Books are very useful to humans, and they perform important functions and here are some of them: Knowledge expansion and revisionAnother important thing you can acquire by books and education includes knowledge expansion. By reading, you are going to understand the world around you better. You can improve on what you had learnt before. Writing SkillPerhaps the greatest benefits you can derive from books and education are writing skill. As you read, you unconsciously learn new things including improving your writing skill. Logical ThinkingMost importantly, books reading is logical in the presentation. It makes readers to be more logical in their actions and reasoning. Books can sharpen your brain as well as your thinking ability. Improves LanguagesBooks can improve any language and this is because such books are writing in languages. Reading such books can help readers learn new things about the language, which they did not know before. We Make a Difference If you are looking for the most interesting books to read, we are here to help you. We have different kinds of books and these books cut across different areas. This means that you can find a book you will be passionate about once you patronize our website. Most importantly, our books are not only educative they are informative as well. We offer an opportunity that you cannot miss. Our website will indeed make a great difference. Save Your Time With Us Why do you waste your time while there are many interesting things that can keep you safe and healthy. Invest your time with us as we have the most interesting books to you entertained, informed, and educated. Reading is a passion, and even if you do not like reading, you do not have anything to worry about, because we will assist you to get started. Invest your time with us; you will be happy you did. Latest News
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Suzanne K. Hilgendorf''s website - Home
Suzanne K. Hilgendorf is Associate Professor of Linguistics and German at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. She is the Review Editor for World Englishes.
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The Rights Track
The Rights Track podcast gets the hard facts about the human rights challenges facing the world today and aims to get our thinking about human rights on the right track. The podcast is hosted by Professor Todd Landman, a human rights scholar and champion for the advancement of human rights understanding. In our latest series, we take our podcast on the road to capture the voices, experiences and knowledge of people around the world who are part of the global coalition to end Modern Slavery by 2030. We’ll find out how the work of The Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham is supporting and influencing NGOs, businesses and policy makers as it continues to pursue its world leading research agenda to evidence and support the change needed to achieve that goal. In Series 1, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, Todd interviews leading analysts at the forefront of the latest critical thinking on human rights. Each episode is an insightful, compelling and rigorous interview with academics engaged in systematic human rights research. In Series 2, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, The Rights Track turns its attention to human rights advocates and practitioners involved in the struggle for human rights to learn more about their work and the ways in which academic research is helping them. Series 3 sees our podcast joining the fight to end modern day slavery by 2030. In partnership with the University of Nottingham''s Right''s Lab research project, we talk with researchers who are providing hard evidence about the scale of the problem and by recommending strategies that can help consign slavery to the history books. Series 4 continues with the theme of modern slavery and sees our podcast on the road, capturing the voices, thoughts and ideas of people from around the world who are part of the global coalition to end it. Although our interviews focus on often complex research, they have been developed with a much wider audience in mind and we want them to be accessible to anyone with an interest in human rights.
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Jan vom Brocke
Welcome to my personal website. My name is Jan vom Brocke and I am a professor at the University of Liechtenstein. As part of my work and research interest, I focus on various aspects of digital innovation and transformation as well as the management of processes in a digital world.
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Sports development in the United Kingdom
Academic resources for sport, physical activity & health development.
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Homepage - Mustard Research
Mustard is an award winning market research agency, headquartered in Manchester in the UK, operating globally. We help our clients improve what they do.
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Welcome - Girlguiding Glasgow
Welcome to the official website for Girlguiding Glasgow. We have over 3, 000 members and are proud to be part of Girlguiding UK.
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Eyes On Your Mission | Video Grants for Nonprofits and Chartities
The EOYM Project offers free and matching video production grants to nonprofits/charities, with a film academy teaching diverse youth to make a difference through media.
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جوملا 2.5 فارسی | جوملا جومینا - leopardspecialists.com
Asian Leopard Specialist Society موسسه تخصصی مطالعات پلنگ آسیایی LET''S SAVE ASIAN LEOPARDS TOGETHER… WE CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
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University of Cambridge
The mission of the University of Cambridge is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. It is one of the world’s leading research universities, and offers a wealth of study opportunities for individuals from around the world. As a global university, Cambridge disseminates the results of
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Boston University
Boston University is a leading private research institution with two primary campuses in the heart of Boston and programs around the world.
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The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
The University of Arizona is all about tomorrow. As a student-centered top-100 global university, we collaborate to solve critical problems and make the world better through ground-breaking discovery. Whether we’re leading space missions with NASA or discovering better ways to feed the planet, we prepare students for a rapidly changing world.
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Australia’s #1 Young university, focused on making a difference through leading research, and inspiring education.
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Northeasern News
Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a global, experiential, research university built on a tradition of engagement with the world, creating a distinctive approach to education and research.
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Northeasern News
Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a global, experiential, research university built on a tradition of engagement with the world, creating a distinctive approach to education and research.
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WWF - Endangered Species Conservation | World Wildlife Fund
World Wildlife Fund - The leading organization in wildlife conservation and endangered species. Learn how you can help WWF make a difference.
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Australian Catholic University (ACU)
Discover ACU. A young, innovative university focused on excellence, we empower our students to make a real impact in the lives of others. Explore our difference.
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University of East Anglia - UEA
UEA is a world leading research institution, renowned for student experience. See our award winning campus and discover what your UEA could be about.
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Welcome to UVU | Utah Valley University | Utah Valley University
At 39, 931 students and growing, Utah Valley University is the largest public university in the state of Utah and one of a few in the nation offering a dual-mission model that combines the rigor and richness of a first-rate teaching university with the openness and vocational programs of a community college. UVU’s unique model, which focuses on student success, engaged learning, rigorous academic programs, and faculty-mentored research, is transforming higher education by making it more affordable and accessible to students of all backgrounds.
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Home — Birkbeck, University of London
We are London''s evening course specialists and a leading research and teaching university. Our courses, both part-time and full-time, are taught in the evening, so our students can fit study around their lives to build their futures.
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Home | University of Nebraska
Across the University of Nebraska, our focus is on building a better tomorrow. From educating our teachers to bringing college within reach for more students. From battling cancer with research to keeping our country safe. Everything we do is to support our state and its people—and through them, impact the world.
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Mississippi State University
At Mississippi State University, we are a world-class research institution. We think inclusively and beyond the boundaries to encourage boldness, imagination and creativity, and enable our students to discover solutions to problems that face our world.
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Terrapinn - Spark Something
Terrapinn is a global events company. Our events promote innovation and technology that changes people's lives. We partner with the world's leading companies and innovators to make a difference.
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Quinnipiac University
Through academic innovation, a focus on the professions, and extensive experiential learning opportunities, we provide a springboard for your career success and enable you to make your impact on the world.
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California Digital Library
The California Digital Library exists to support the University of California community’s pursuit of scholarship and to extend the University’s public service mission. Scholars will have access to the highest quality research collections worldwide through services that support and enable new scholarship and make it as open as possible. CDL will support all digital formats throughout their life cycle with a full range of services, especially to surface UC’s unique digital assets and collections. Through partnerships and alliances, CDL will elevate services to the network level for maximum impact.
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NOAA Climate.gov | science & information for a climate-smart nation
NOAA Climate.gov is a source of timely and authoritative scientific data and information about climate. Our goals are to promote public understanding of climate science and climate-related events, to make our data products and services easy to access and use, to provide climate-related support to the private sector and the Nation’s economy, and to serve people making
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Franklin and Marshall College short logo
Franklin & Marshall College offers students a hands-on education that emphasizes close relationships with faculty. Students flourish in a supportive community that treats them as an individual, and their successes continue long after F&M. The College is a national leader in launching students and alumni to opportunities where they make a difference in the community and the world.
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Mirasee | Reimagine Business
If you want to create income through influence, Mirasee is for you. Explore our resources for audience businesses ready to make a difference in the world.
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EnChroma® Color Blind Glasses | Cutting-Edge Lens Technology
Discover our ground-breaking color blindness glasses engineered to bring vibrant color to your world. 60-Day Money Back Guarantee.
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FeedbackPanda - Empowering Teachers to make the Difference
FeedbackPanda is the digital assistant for all teachers. We manage your course, student, and feedback records and generate feedback based on templates which are then fully customizable. Allowing teachers to provide helpful feedback and quality teaching.
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Bullseye Insiders
Welcome! This is a place where you can help Target develop products and experiences that better meet your needs. Join us to share your voice and hear what others say. This is your opportunity to make a difference — it’s your chance to be heard!  
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Quinnipiac University
Through academic innovation, a focus on the professions, and extensive experiential learning opportunities, we provide a springboard for your career success and enable you to make your impact on the world.
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RB – Healthier Lives, Happier Homes
Our mission is to ensure people have healthier lives and happier homes. We find effective and convenient solutions that make a difference to people all over the world.
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Home | UNV Online Volunteering service
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HOME - SAU - South Asian University
The South Asian University is an International University sponsored by the eight Member States of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).The eight countries are: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.The vision of a world-class South Asian University to be collectively established by SAARC was first outlined by the Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh at the 13th SAARC Summit in Dhaka in 2005.The University focuses overwhelmingly on research and post-graduate level programmes.
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Home - BBAU
bbau.ac.in, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University was established in Lucknow in 1996 as Central University (By an Act of Parliament 1994) with the objects of promoting advance knowledge by instructional and research facilities in science, key and frontier areas of technology and other allied disciplines.
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INTO University Partnerships - Corporate Website Home
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Nile University - Creating a Learning Culture
Nile University (NU) is a world-class research institution of learning committed to excellence in education and research.
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Publisher of streaming video, audio, and text library databases that promote research, teaching, and learning across disciplines, including music, counseling, history, business and more| Alexander Street
Publisher of streaming video, audio, and text library databases that promote research, teaching, and learning across disciplines, including music, counseling, history, business and more
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Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), Qatar | Official website 
HBKU is a graduate research-focused university that acts as a catalyst for positive transformation in Qatar and the region while having its global impact.
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peta2: The World's Largest Youth Animal Rights Organization
peta2 is the largest youth animal rights group in the world and helps young people make a difference for animals. Join peta2 today!
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Intermittent Fasting Diet| Prolon FMD
The only scientific intermittent fasting diet developed By Dr. Valter Longo at the University of Southern California.
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Corporate Relocation, Global Mobility News & Support, Relocate Magazine | Relocate magazine
News, information, factsheets, resources & support for HR, global mobility managers, global teams and those relocating, operating in or setting up new operations overseas.
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Summer Exploration Programs for Students in Grades 2-12 | EXPLO
EXPLO summer programs help students from grades 2-12 explore the world, develop agency to pursue their passions, and find their future selves.
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University of Bolton - Teaching Intensive, Research Informed
We are a “Teaching Intensive and Research Informed” university, known for the quality of our staff, our facilities and our links to employment sectors. The University of Bolton has been rated first for student satisfaction in Greater Manchester by the National Student Survery 2017.
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Danaher | Global science & technology innovator
Danaher is a Fortune 500 science and technology innovator helping solve complex challenges, and improving quality of life around the world.
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MarineBio Conservation Society
Explore the depths of MarineBio and find out about marine species, ocean conservation, education, careers, research, and 101+ ways to make a difference.
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Home - American Humanist Association
The American Humanist Association advocates progressive values and equality for humanists, atheists, freethinkers, and the non-religious across the country.
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World Cancer Research Fund International
We are experts in cancer prevention. We analyse global research on diet, nutrition, physical activity & cancer and make public health & policy recommendations.
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Orbis | Orbis International homepage
We are an international non-profit bringing people together to fight avoidable blindness and help change the way the world sees
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Northern Light | Knowledge Management + Market Research - Northern Light - Machine learning powered knowledge management
Northern Light provides the platform that powers the world's most critical and sophisticated enterprise knowledge management and market research requirements.
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Arkansas Children’s - Hospitals - Research – Foundation
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Grant Thornton Australia | Audit, Tax and Advisory
Grant Thornton is one of the world's leading organisations of independent assurance, tax and advisory firms.
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iEARN Collaboration Centre
iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) is the world's largest non-profit global network that enables teachers and youth to use the Internet and other technologies to collaborate on projects that enhance learning and make a difference in the world.
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Levi Strauss Home - Levi Strauss & Co : Levi Strauss & Co
Levi Strauss & Co. believes that clothes — and how you make them — can make a difference. We are driven by our purpose: to deliver profits through principles to make an outsized impact on the world.
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Cardno
Cardno is a global infrastructure, environmental and social development company operating in more than 100 countries and powered by a talented 6, 000-strong workforce. We’re united by a shared purpose to deliver exceptional professional services to improve physical and social environments that make a difference to people’s lives around the world.
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Gazelle Global Research Services - Gazelle Global
As global data collection, survey programming, and market research sample experts we bring local knowledge together with a deep passion for providing the best online market research solutions available - experience the Gazelle difference, offering market research services since 1993.
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Periyar Maniammai Institute of Science & Technology | Think - Innovate - Transform
The University is making efforts to create new horizons in the arena of technical education and research. Curriculum innovation is given priority by the University to make the courses industry and research oriented.
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Mary Refuge Of Holy Love | Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit
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International University of Sarajevo
Founded by the Foundation for Education Development Sarajevo.IUS is open to students from all over the world, and the language of instruction and communication is English.
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Brain Foundation - Australian Brain Diseases and Disorders Research
A nationally registered charity dedicated to funding world-class research Australia-wide into neurological disorders, brain disease and brain injuries.
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St Luke's Grammar School
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Web Design & Development Agency | Newcastle, Darlington and the UK: Edward Robertson.
Edward Robertson is a web design agency with a reputation for getting results. From our offices in Newcastle and Darlington we plan, design, develop and support trusted tech solutions for websites, apps, and back-end systems that deliver real results to your business.
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Event Registration & Management Tools | ImpactFlow
Introducing the world''s first automated event partnership platform. Sell tickets, discover new partners, and create events that truly make a difference.
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Jason Blevins
Associate Professor of Economics at The Ohio State University. Includes CV, research, teaching materials, and software projects.
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GeoVisions Travel Abroad
Teaching abroad is the best way to travel and get paid or au pair abroad. GeoVisions Foundation has many teaching jobs abroad and teaching abroad programs.
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Golden LLC - A global leader in the self-assessment field.
Our goal is to develop, research, and distribute the highest quality assessment products in the world.
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Welcome to Race Against Extinction
Our animals are in DANGER and need your help. You can make a difference. We are passionate about fighting for our world’s endangered animals, particularly those facing extinction due mostly to illegal wildlife trafficking.
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