Koshland

Kosh·land

(kosh'lănd),
Daniel E., U.S. biochemist, *1920. See: Adair-Koshland-Némethy-Filmer model, Koshland-Némethy-Filmer model.
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Instead of focusing on legacy content that is three to 10 years old, much of which sees very limited use, we will work to create new public content that includes accessible features," said Cathy Koshland, vice chancellor for undergraduate education, in a message to the campus community.
Koshland, "Training BIG to move faster: the application of the speed-amplitude relation as a rehabilitation strategy for people with Parkinson's disease," Experimental Brain Research, vol.
He chaired the advisory panel that oversaw the design of an exhibit devoted to global warming at the National Academy's Koshland Museum.
More than 20 years ago, Daniel Koshland compared basic with applied research, stating: "Basic research is the type that is not always practical but often leads to great discoveries.
Actualmente, la aplicacion del concepto de la exergia se esta extendiendo a otros campos, como la ecologia industrial y el diseno arquitectonico (Connelly, Koshland, 2001; LowEx, 2002; Shukuya, 2005; Zvolinsky, 2006; Meggers, 2012).
Koshland, writing on behalf of the Knopf firm, stated, "I'm afraid we will have to withhold this permission and insist that you do so as well.
Koshland (2002) There are seven pillars of life: a Program (an organized plan), Improvisation (a way to change the program), Compartmentalization (a means of separating self from the outside world), Energy (to fuel chemical reactions), Regeneration (to repair and replace itself), Adaptability (to respond to the environment), and Seclusion (to insulate chemical reactions from one another).
Marian Koshland Bioscience and Natural Resources Library, University of California, Berkeley
Norma Kobzina, Interim Head, Marion Koshland Bioscience and Natural Resources Library, UC Berkeley