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Dominique Goerlitz, a natural scientist, and Stefan Erdman, an author, visited the Cheops Pyramid outside of public opening hours in 2013 with a special permit that allowed them to enter the five small chambers on top of the king's grave.
MIDDLETON Hall, in Tamworth, will be celebrating the life of one of the world's greatest natural scientists on Sunday, May 11.
Gellad, the study's senior author and a natural scientist at RAND, a nonprofit research organization.
Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould was America's best-known natural scientist until his death in 2002, producing monthly essays in a popular natural history publication and winning awards for his books.
In the agreement, DES and the association agree to collaborate on education and staff development, and DES agrees to support the association in the continued development of natural scientist certifications or licensure in keeping with regulatory requirements, and as appropriate to maintain professional standards and ethics.
London's Natural History Museum, a place of many treasures, offers many surprises--and natural scientist Richard Fortey provides tour of the museum unlocking not only its contents, but a lively history of the discipline itself.
Die Vermessung der Welt, a novel re-creating the lives of two early-nineteenth-century German scientists and explorers, the mathematician and astronomer Carl Friedrich Gauss and the explorer, collector, and natural scientist Alexander von Humboldt, has received worldwide acclaim and propelled the thirty-year-old Daniel Kehlmann to international literary stardom.
Witley is registered as a Professional Natural Scientist with
Oswald is an architect, who held the Chair of Architecture and Urban Planning at ETH, and Baccini, a natural scientist, was head of the Department of Rural Sciences and Geodetic Sciences.
We have just been reminded that there is a frontier which it will always be hazardous and glorious to cross, and that it can be crossed only with great bravery by, say, an Indian woman who has struggled to become both a natural scientist and an American citizen.

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