National Academy of Sciences


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National Academy of Sciences

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NAS

An organization comprising a selected group of honored or distinguished engineers and scientists who are called upon to review and explore the uses of science and technology as they may further or enlighten national interests in the U.S.
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To adjust for vulnerable populations of pregnant women and fetuses, the National Academy of Sciences divided the level of perchlorate it would expect to affect a healthy human by a factor of 10.
The guests invited the National Academy of Sciences to participate in the EXPO-2023 in Buenos Aires.
National Academy of Sciences presents draft of its new structure
Kavli's latest donation of $5 million to the National Academy of Sciences is for the academy's Frontiers of Science symposia, which have been offered through the NAS since 1989 to give the nation's best young scientists the opportunity to learn about new research and meet new colleagues.
It's a good thing that the National Academy of Sciences has experience with medicine because having to publish statistics that refute its members' own errant beliefs is obviously proving to be a tough pill to swallow.
Most experts, including the Surgeon General, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Cancer Institute, and even Scheuplein, agree that to curb our risk of cancer (as well as heart disease), we should be eating more fruits and vegetables-natural carcinogens and all-and less fat.
A dramatic reorganization of the structure of the National Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan was suggested during the expanded session of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences with the participation of directors of research institutes.
11, 2003 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Yuzuru Shiio and Robert N.
The National Academy of Sciences announced last week that one out of four dogs and cats are obese.
Dickerson of the Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California, was published in the 12 November 2002 issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
That's the amount of sodium an adult needs for an entire day, according to the National Academy of Sciences.
Lipset had been elected to various honorific societies in the United States and abroad, including the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, the National Academy of Education, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, in which he served as vice president for the social sciences.

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