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- Royal Society calls for career changes for scientists. Smith, Richard // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);10/24/92, Vol. 305 Issue 6860, p978
Focuses on the call of Royal Society for career changes of scientists in Great Britain. Need of other careers training for scientists; Reason of young researchers in leaving the profession; Factors influencing the numbers of professional scientists.
- USW wants protections for nanotechnology workers. // Industrial Safety & Hygiene News;Apr2008, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p12
The article reports on the call of the United Steelworkers and a broad coalition of concerned organizations for immediate federal protective action for workers exposed to possible health risks from engineered nanoparticles in the U.S. The chemical, pharmaceutical and electronics industries head...
- NOTES FROM COTTON MATHER'S 'MISSING' DIARY OF 1712. Manierre, William R. // American Notes & Queries;Feb64, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p84
Presents some of the comments made by George Lyman Kittredge about the proposal of Cotton Mather to become a member of the Royal Society contained in the 'Diary of 1712.' Key passages of Kittredge's article about the issue; Initial scientific communication of Mather to the Society.
- Royal Society sets per-page charge. Thomas, Kim // Information World Review;Jul/Aug2006, Issue 226, p6
The article focuses on the fee to be imposed by the Royal Society on authors when using its EXiS Open Choice journal service. The Society will charge an initial discounted rate of Â£225 per A4 page. The fee imposed represents the real cost of publishing online. The charge was welcomed by Sally...
- Research sans frontiÃ¨res. Gilbert, Natasha // Nature;3/31/2011, Vol. 471 Issue 7340, p559
The article presents the report of Royal Society on the rise of international research collaborations worldwide. According to the Royal Society, the number of papers published by renowned authors both in the U.S. and overseas collaborators rose from 50,000 in 1996 to 95,000 in 2008. According to...
- Venki elected to post Newton had held. ROY, AMIT // Telegraph (Calcutta, India);3/20/2015, p1
The article announces that Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, a chemistry Nobel laureate, was elected as president of the Royal Society of Great Britain, an organisation for advancing the chemical sciences.
- IN BRIEF. // Professional Engineering;9/9/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 15, p4
The article offers news briefs related to professional engineering in Great Britain. ADS, a new association, will be formed on October 10, 2009 to represent the aerospace, defense and security industries. Thales UK Ltd., a defense company, has announced 25,000 pound technology prize for ideas...
- Fellows' debate highlights Society's vital role. // Computer Bulletin;Jan2005, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p11
The article focuses on a debate featuring some of information technology's leading figures, all Fellows of the British Computer Society (BCS), and Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering and/or the Royal Society, which have identified the vital role of the BCS. Current trends in the IT...
- Foreign correspondents. Woollett, Sally // Chemistry in Australia;Jun2013, p4
The article discusses the selection of foreign correspondents in international associations such as the Australian Academy of Science and the Royal Society of London. It mentions that the first foreign member of the Royal Society of London was Count of Thury Jean Dominique Cassini who was...