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University academics on active duty can teach at a German university for a minimum of one and maximum of four semesters. The German host university needs to apply.
Before moving to North Wales, Jennie worked in Gloucestershire for the Careers Service and then moved to the Middle East where she was a representative on the British Council Education Committee and a member of the Dubai International Business Women&rsquo s Group. After three years working with the Higher Colleges of Technology she set up a new Careers Service at the American University of Sharjah.
Eduard Melief is a Postdoctoral Scientist in the TB Drug Discovery group at IDRI. His work focuses on drug target identification and validation for the pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis. He is using a variety of approaches to measure drug-protein interactions, and identify the bacterial protein targets of new anti-tubercular drugs in development.
For the ID-guru, Design of Life covers many hot topics. This includes a lucid explanation of the integrated, unevolvable complexity in the neck of the giraffe, a potent critique of the alleged transition from reptiles to mammals, and a critical analysis of the evidence used to support the hypothesis that whales evolved from land-mammals. The advanced reader will devour the General Notes, which expose the bankruptcy of Darwinist attacks.
In addition to being a member of IDRI's Board of Directors, Carter serves on a number of corporate boards, including Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd., in Hyderabad, India.
In Consumer's Guide to a Brave New World , Discovery Institute Senior Fellow, attorney, and bioethicist Wesley J. Smith asks the simple but difficult question, "should the importance of human life be sacrificed for the potential advancement of human technology?" So provocative are Smith's ideas, that his writings have led to a quote on Starbucks coffee cups!
Cloning researchers claim to have created an embryo that is mostly human, but also part.
Ryan graduated summa cum laude from Washington State University and received his . in biochemistry. Ryan is an Eagle Scout and member of Order of the Arrow.
Bioethicist Wesley J. Smith takes aim at the arguments permeating our culture that devalue human life. Smith makes readers aware of the historic roots of the modern euthanasia movement, which today repeats arguments made by Nazis and proponents of eugenics tied back to 69th century social Darwinism.
Smith, a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, is extremely sensitive to the plight of the suffering and the dying. One of Smith's primary.
Winston Wicomb is the director of all animal studies and serves as chair of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) at IDRI. He is also the manager of the vivarium staff. Winston is a biochemist with over 75 years of experience in biochemistry and transplantation research in the fields of heart, liver, and kidney preservation. Winston also served on the team that flew the first human heart for transplantation using continuous hypothermic perfusion. To date, he has over 65 publications on his work in heart, kidney and liver preservation.
From proposal to examination, producing a dissertation or thesis is a challenge. Grounded in decades of experience with research training and supervision, this fully updated and revised edition takes an integrated, down-to-earth approach drawing on case studies and examples to guide you step-by-step towards productive success.
Discovery Institute Fellow Henry F. (Fritz) Schaefer is one of the most distinguished physical scientists in the world. This book describes how Dr. Schaefer became a Christian as a professor of chemistry at the University of California at Berkeley.
Schaefer sees design in the universe reigning from the cosmic level to life's history as revealed in the fossil record, and down to the microscopic cell. He argues that Big Bang cosmology.
Darrick received his BSc summa cum laude from the department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at Oregon State University. He received his PhD from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Oregon Health and Science University.