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Humanoid (disambiguation)

A humanoid is any being whose body structure resembles that of a human. Humanoid may also refer to: hominid, family of primates that includes eight extant species

                                               

Cone of Silence

In the 1956 Arthur C. Clarke novel The City and the Stars the Central Computer creates a cone of silence to telepathically isolate Alvin and the robot. Cone of silence Dune, a fictional device used for privacy in the 1965 novel Dune Cone of Silen ...

                                               

Sauron (disambiguation)

Sauron is a fictional character from J.R.R. Tolkiens Middle-earth fantasy writings, and the title of one of the three games in the board game Middle Earth based on the character. Sauron may also refer to:

                                               

John B. Haviland

John Beard Haviland is an anthropological linguist, or linguistic anthropologist, from the United States. Some of his major research has been with speakers of Tzotzil Chiapas, Mexico, and with Paman languages of Cape York Peninsula in the Commonw ...

                                               

Hanni Woodbury

Hanni Woodbury is a German-American linguist and anthropologist who specializes in Onondaga and other Iroquoian languages. She was born in Hamburg and moved with her family to the United States after World War II. She has done fieldwork on Ononda ...

                                               

Leonhard Schultze-Jena

Leonhard Schultze-Jena was a German explorer, zoologist, and anthropologist known for his explorations of German Southwest Africa and New Guinea, as well as for his studies on Mesoamerican languages. In 1912, he adopted the surname Schultze-Jena ...

                                               

Emma Andrews

Emma Buttles Andrews was born in Columbus, Ohio on June 13, 1837, to Joel and Lauretta Buttles. She married Abner L. Andrews in 1859, and gave birth to her son Charles Buttles in 1859; Andrews had additionally been carrying a baby girl in 1860, w ...

                                               

Ayasuluk Hill

Ayasuluk Hill is an ancient mound in Izmir Province in Turkey. It forms part of the Ephesus UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is home to a Byzantine fortress and the ruins of the Basilica of Saint John, an early disciple of Jesus who is thought to ...

                                               

Harry Burton

Harry Burton may refer to: Harry Burton Australian footballer 1887–1972, Australian rules footballer Harry Burton RAF officer 1919–1993 Harry Burton English footballer 1881/2–1923, footballer for Sheffield Wednesday, West Brom and Scunthorpe Unit ...

                                               

Coba (disambiguation)

Coba can refer to: Yasuhiro Kobayashi b. 1959, known professionally as coba, a Japanese musician Coba Ritsema 1876 – 1961, a portrait painter from the Netherlands Coba Coba, third album from the Peruvian band Novalima Coba Hoyuk, also known as Sa ...

                                               

J. Leo Hafen

John Leo Hafen was an American photographer and artist and was the first person to bring color photography to Utah. He co-owned the Olsen and Hafen photographic gallery in Provo, Utah and toured with photographer George Edward Anderson. A member ...

                                               

COA

College of The Albemarle, a college in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, US College of the Atlantic, a college in Bar Harbor, Maine, US College of Alameda, a college in Alameda, California

                                               

Janet Dees

Janet Dees is an American curator who is the Steven and Lisa Munster Tananbaum Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art. She is also an art historian and expert on African, African-American, and Spanish col ...

                                               

Andrianna Campbell

Campbell studied at the Rhode Island School of Design RISD, where she received her BFA degree in printmaking in 2001. While at RISD, the RISD Museum awarded her a Carnegie Fellowship. She then worked as the associate curator at Forbes, where she ...

                                               

Francis Watson

Francis Watson may refer to: Francis Watson theologian born 1956, English theologian Francis Watson priest died 1876, Dean of Leighlin Francis Harold Watson 1854–1905, Southern African traveller, hunter and trader Francis Watson footballer born 1 ...

                                               

Li Jian

Li Jian footballer, born March 1985, Chinese football defender Li Jian footballer, born 1977, Chinese football goalkeeper Li Jian footballer, born September 1985, Chinese football goalkeeper who represents Hong Kong internationally Li Jian footba ...

                                               

Jeanne de Loos-Haaxman

After her husband retired in 1939, the family moved back to the Netherlands, in Leiden. There, De Loos-Haaxman published extensively. In addition to historical research, several contributions appeared in genealogical journals and historical-topog ...

                                               

Gajendra Singh

Gajendra Singh may refer to: Gajendra Singh producer, Indian television producer and director Gajendra Singh Shaktawat born 1943, former Indian cricketer Gajendra Singh Kalyanwat was a landowner died 2015, self-employed businessman and aspiring p ...

                                               

Lowry

Lowry is a common surname, and may refer to: Oliver H. Lowry 1910–1996, American biochemist Sylvanus Lowry c. 1824 –1865, American politician Kyle Lowry born 1986, American basketball player Sumter de Leon Lowry Jr. 1893–1985, a Florida businessm ...

                                               

Andrew Thompson

Andrew Thompson British racing driver active 2003-2004; see Hitech Racing Andy Thompson footballer, born in Sunderland fl. 1904–05, English football winger for Sunderland Andy Thompson baseball born 1975, former Major League Baseball left fielder ...

                                               

Ana Rodriguez

Ana Rodriguez or Ana Rodriguez may refer to: Ana Rodriguez Miss Texas USA born 1986, American beauty pageant winner Ana Rodriguez footballer born 2002, Panamanian footballer Ana Rodriguez Manitoba politician, politician from Manitoba Ana Rodrigue ...

                                               

Robert Kirk

Robert Kirk may refer to: Robert C. Kirk 1821–1898, American politician, Lieutenant Governor of Ohio, 1860–1862 Bob Kirk 1845–1886, Scottish professional golfer Bobby Kirk footballer 1927–2010, Scottish footballer Robert Kirk pathologist 1905–196 ...

                                               

John Cross

John Kynaston Cross 1832–1887, British politician John Michael Cross 1859–1934, journalist and member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly John Cross fl.1402, MP for Guildford

                                               

David Stuart

David Stuart may refer to: David Stuart Mayanist born 1965, professor of Maya language and civilization Dave Stuart jazz impresario ne David Ashford Stuart; 1910–1984, owner of the Jazz Man Record Shop in Hollywood David Stuart diplomat, Australi ...

                                               

Jens Meiler

Jens Meiler is a German-American biologist and structural chemist. He currently serves as a Professor of Chemistry and Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Biomedical Informatics at Vanderbilt University. His research focuses on protein struct ...

                                               

Andrew Carter

Andrew or Andy Carter may refer to: Andy Carter cricketer born 1988, English cricketer Andy Carter politician, British Conservative Party politician Andy Carter athlete born 1949, British middle distance runner Andrew L. Carter Jr. born 1969, Uni ...

                                               

John Finch

John Finch may refer to: John Finch ambassador 1626–1682, ambassador of England to the Ottoman Empire John Thomas Finch 1930–2017, British structural biologist John B. Finch 1852–1887, American politician and educator, chairman of the Prohibition ...

                                               

Ray Stevens (disambiguation)

Ray Stevens or Raymond Stevens may refer to: Raymond Stevens judoka born 1963, English judoka Ray Stevens born 1939, American country music and pop singer-songwriter Raymond Bartlett Stevens 1874–1942, U.S. Representative from New Hampshire Ray S ...

                                               

Barbara Tudek

Barbara Tudek was a Polish biologist and Professor Dr.hab. For a decade, she served as president of the Polish section of the European Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society. In 2019, Tudek was a recipient of the Frits Sobels Award.

                                               

Roger Williams (disambiguation)

Roger Ross Williams born 1973, American television director, producer and writer Roger Williams organist born 1943, British Welsh organist and musicologist Roger Williams actor 1898–1964, American film actor Roger Williams soldier 1539/40–1595, W ...

                                               

Daniel Snzile Ndima

Daniel Snzile Ndima is a South African structural biologist and engineer. His speciality is in genetic/protein engineering and crystallography. He is the CEO and co-founder of CapeBio along with Dineo Lioma. He is an Allan Gray Orbis fellow. The ...

                                               

Munster (disambiguation)

Muenster, Texas Munster, Indiana Munster, Illinois

                                               

Suess

Suess may refer to: SuS, a German surname transliterated as Suess Eduard Suess 1831–1914, an Austrian geologist Suess Martian crater, named for the geologist Suess Glacier, a glacier in Canada named for the geologist Suess Land, in Greenland name ...

                                               

Karl Sollner

Sollner was the son of lawyer Anton Maria Sollner and his wife Julie nee Karplus. He grew up in Vienna and began studying chemistry and philosophy at the University of Vienna in 1921. From his third semester he was a student assistant Demonstrato ...

                                               

Louis Walton Sipley

Louis Walton Sipley was a writer, inventor museum proprietor and an author of books on photography. His museums collection of photographs and his papers were donated to the George Eastman Museum which has a collection and conservation center name ...

                                               

Blockchain-based database

The Blockchain-based database is a combination of traditional database and distributed database where data is transacted and recorded via Database Interface supported by multiple-layers of blockchains. The database itself is shared in the form of ...

                                               

Mouse Models of Human Cancer database

The laboratory mouse has been instrumental in investigating the genetics of human disease, including cancer, for over 110 years. The laboratory mouse has physiology and genetic characteristics very similar to humans providing powerful models for ...

                                               

The Human-Induced Earthquake Database

The Human-Induced Earthquake Database is an online database that documents all reported cases of induced seismicity proposed on scientific grounds. It is the most complete compilation of its kind and is freely available to download via the associ ...

                                               

DFS

Dwyer Aircraft Services ICAO airline designator; See Airline codes-D Dell Financial Services, a financial services company Dancer Fitzgerald Sample, advertising agency, now Saatchi & Saatchi DFS Group Duty Free Shoppers, Hong Kong DFS Program Exc ...

                                               

Leszek A. Gasieniec

Leszek A Gasieniec is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Liverpool, specialising in Algorithms, Distributed Computing and Communication, Networks and Search Problems. He has been with the University of Liverpool since 1997, beco ...

                                               

Docking

Docking molecular, a research technique for predicting the relative orientation of two molecules to each other Docking and berthing of spacecraft, the process of joining one spacecraft or space station module to another Docking, a synonym for acc ...

                                               

Ali Sunyaev

Ali Sunyaev is a professor for computer science and director of the Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.

                                               

Limor Fix

Limor Fix is an Israeli electronic design automation engineer and executive, senior principal engineer and director of academic programs and research at Intel. Her research interests include formal verification languages. She has Ph.D in computer ...

                                               

Game Changer

"The Game Changer", a song by American rapper Saigon from The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread and Circuses "Game Changer", a song by James Reid from James Reid "Game Changer", a song by Imelda May from Life Love Flesh Blood Game Change ...

                                               

Tracing

Boundary tracing also known as contour tracing, a segmentation technique that identifies the boundary pixels of the digital region Image tracing, digital image processing to convert raster graphics into vector graphics Path tracing, a method of r ...

                                               

Axiom (disambiguation)

An axiom is a proposition in mathematics and epistemology that is taken to be self-evident or is chosen as a starting point of a theory. Axiom may also refer to:

                                               

Module

Computer module, an early packaging technique that combined several electronic components to produce a single logic element Memory module, a physical "stick" of RAM, an essential piece of computer hardware Multi-chip module, a modern technique th ...

                                               

Vlad Voroninski

Voroninski received his B.S. and M.A degrees in Applied Mathematics from UCLA in 2008, summa cum laude. He earned his Ph.D. in Mathematics from UC Berkeley in 2013, under the supervision of Emmanuel Candes and John Strain. He was on the faculty a ...

                                               

IRSG

IRSG may refer to: Irish Republican Solidarity Group, a think tank for some of the groups in Britain campaigning for a United Ireland. Internet Research Steering Group Information Retrieval Specialist Group, a specialist group of the British Comp ...

                                               

Information fluctuation complexity

Information fluctuation complexity is an information-theoretic quantity defined as the fluctuation of information about entropy. It is derivable from fluctuations in the predominance of order and chaos in a dynamic system and has been used as a m ...