Category: Education in the United States

Peter Duesberg

Peter H. Duesberg (born 2 December 1936 in Münster , Germany ) is currently a professor of molecular- and cell biology at the University of California , Berkeley . He became famous for identifying and kartisering of the src -no, the first recognized oncogene in the 1970s. Currently he is more known for his controversial view that HIV is not AIDS cause.

Yale University

Yale University ( English : Yale University ) is a private Ivy League- university located in New Haven , Connecticut . It is in 1701 founded the colony of Connecticut , and is today the third oldest institution of higher education in the United States. Yale has many notable alumni delivered, including five US presidents , seventeen US Supreme Court Justices in addition to several other heads of state ….

Wesleyan University in Ohio

The Wesleyan University English : Ohio Wesleyan University ) is a university for distance education and is located in Ohio , United States . There were (June 2005) 2000 enrolled students. The university is also known as Wesleyan . motto : In lumine tuo videbimus lumen Motto in Afrikaans : In your light we see light Motto in English : In Your Light We Shall See the Light established :…

University of Princeton

The University of Princeton was founded in 1746 as the College of New Jersey in Elizabeth, New Jersey , and classes start next year. The college was open only to men. It later moved to Newark and in 1756 to Princeton . In 1896 was named University of Princeton accepted. The faculties opened as follows: School of Engineering – 1873 Graduate School non-professional higher studies in liberal arts and sciences…

University of Pittsburgh

University of Pittsburgh ( English : University of Pittsburgh ) is a university located in Pittsburgh [pɪts.bɚg] in the US state of Pennsylvania . motto : Veritas et Virtus Motto in Afrikaans : Truth and Virtues Motto in English : Truth and Virtue established : February 28 1778 type: State University [1] funding: $ 3.49 billion [2] Chancellor: Patrick D. Gallagher provost: Patricia E. Beeson staff : 4880 [3] student…

Suffield University

Suffield University is a university in the United States . This can be regarded as a traditional university as well as a higher education system, which recognizes previous qualifications combined with work experience. The University Council, consisting of the dean of the relevant Department, together with the Rector and Vice-Rector and other Proffessore and lecturers evaluate an essay of certain requirements by the applicant. The check then the information and…

California Institute of Technology

The California Institute of Technology , better known as Caltech , is a private research university in the Californian city Pasadena in Los Angeles County, focusing on natural and engineering sciences. The university in 1891 by Amos G. Throop, a native and businessman Chicago established that as mayor of Pasadena was elected as preparatory and vocational school with a student number only 31. The college has already attracted in the…

Jonas Salk

Jonas Edward Salk (born 28 October 1914 in New York City – died 23 June 1995 in La Jolla , California ) is one of the twentieth century ‘s most revered scientists. He is known as the discoverer of the first successful vaccine against poliomyelitis virus . And since this discovery really lit children’s fate, he was immediately famous. By the late fifties has another scientist, Albert Sabin , who…

Walt Whitman Rostow

Walt Whitman Rostow (* 7 October 1916 in New York City ; † 13 February 2003 in Austin , Texas ) was an American economist , economic historian and in the period between 1960 and 1969 a US cabinet member. Biography Walt Whitman Rostow in 1916 as the son of Russian immigrants Viktor Aaron and Lillian Rostow born in New York. At the age of fifteen years he worked in…

Condoleezza Rice

Condoleezza Rice (born 14 November 1954 in Birmingham, Alabama ) was the 66th US Secretary of State ( English : United States Secretary of State ) and the second politician this office in the government of President George W. Bush held. Rice is the first African-American woman, second African American politician (after Colin Powell, her predecessor in the period between 2001 and 2005 served as Minister of Foreign Affairs) and…







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