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Lie·big

(lē'big),
Justus von, German chemist, 1803-1873. See: Liebig theory.
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The Liebig-Woehler-Friendship-Prize, which consists of a cash prize, will be granted again in 2000 for outstanding chemical historical research on Liebig or Woehler.
Chef Feraco partnered with the von Liebig Art Center, which will receive a $2,500 donation from the event.
Jurgen Liebig and his colleagues at Arizona State University say that experimental evidence shows that chemical hydrocarbons produced by those sneaky sorts are a dead giveaway of their fertility status.
falciparum, says study coauthor Hassan Jomaa, a physician at Justus Liebig University.
Along with Liebig, he was described as a "grand chimiste romantique" [4].
Although he attacked Liebig, Carl August Wunderlich (1815-1877) saw the significance of chemistry in scientific medicine but thought it should be an auxiliary science for physicians.
The Northern Territory Government is delivering on its commitment to improve the lives of people living in the bush by providing upgrades to over 180 houses in the remote communities of Areyonga, Kaltukatjara (Docker River), Kintore, Mount Liebig and Nyirrpi.
The new method was followed by a team of Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany including Armin Bunde and his colleagues.
The appointment of Dana Royle, Daniel Wallace, Jack Bolton, Sion Liebig and Maaike Kellaway to the Newcastle head office sees the independent technology provider increase its team to 29.
Jean-Christophe Dumont, head of International Migration Division and Thomas Liebig, head of Labor Market Reports at OECD arrived in Bulgaria on a two-day visit, Thursday.
The 13 papers presented here by Liefner (economic geography, Justus Liebig U.
Berzelius was part, and in many aspects a focus, of a network of scientists that included Humphry Davy (1778-1829), Justus von Liebig (1803-1873), Friedrich Wohler (1800 -1882), and others.