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Cela a est arrive quand il s'est adresse le petit dejeuner annuel organise mercredi par la Commission de savants du Soudan a son siege a Khartoum , en presence de savants du Soudan , les soufis et les communautes religieuses.
Allan Snyder, FRS who, for some 20 years, has conducted groundbreaking research on savants at both the Australian National University and the University of Sydney.
Savants are exceedingly rare, and while estimates vary, it is believed that nearly 10 percent of the autistic people have savant abilities, compared to less than one percent of the rest of the population.
In our 2010 savant syndrome registry, which included 319 savants worldwide, paranormal, psi or related phenomenon were reported in 1% of cases.
Le magazine a recense pres de 28 savants influents dans le Monde arabe, soit un taux de 5,6%, avec 5 femmes savantes.
A la fin du XXe siecle, avec l'apparition de romans comme ceux de Michel Houellebecq, il y a deplacement de la perspective: on ne parle plus seulement de livres savants, mais de livres dont l'objet est le savoir.
This separated them from many other savants of the period.
We want to create algorithms that know an awful lot about very little - you know, idiot savants.
By acquainting us with a few of the dozen or so savants living today and their families, Treffert passes on the lesson they provide about unconditional love and acceptance, and the miracles they can work.
Khartoum ,4 Mars (SUNA) - Le Corps pour defendre les musulmans en Afrique Centrale organisera mercredi soir au siege de la Commission a Khartoum un symposium sur la situation des musulmans dans la Republique centrafricaine en collaboration avec le corps de savants du Soudan.
Allan Snyder, FRS who, for some 20 years, has conducted ground breaking research on savants at both the Australian National University and the University of Sydney.
Summary: Grandfather of savants 'never seen' a case like Sharjah's Nandana, reports Sajila Saseendran