Rothera

Roth·er·a

(roth'ĕr-ah),
Arthur C.H., English biochemist, 1880-1915. See: Rothera nitroprusside test.
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IT was the beauty of Holy Island which persuaded photographer Emma Rothera to up sticks and make it her home.
ROTHERA DAVID BERNARD on 28th June, 2015 Peacefully at Cleveland House Nursing Home, David, aged 88 years, formerly of Fixby.
He is involved with the British Antarctic Survey, and is presently based at the Rothera Research Station, where he and his team are researching lipid productivity in algae for biodiesel production.
Rothera, who took over this season from Chris Gorman, had seven saves.
Eric is an exceptional individual who has successfully launched more than 20 biopharmaceutical specialty and rare disease products globally," said Mark Rothera, Chief Commercial Officer, PTC Therapeutics, Inc.
In 2003, scientist 28-year-old scientist Kirsty Brown was drowned by a leopard seal after it dragged her underwater at Rothera research station, in the British Antarctic Territory.
The model begins at Rothera Point on Adelaide Island, home to Rothera Station, the main British research base on the continent which consists of a runway, a port, and a small collection of huts.
The adventurous duo, who are based at the Rothera Research Station while working for the British Antarctic Survey, then dashed back inside to avoid getting hypothermia in the freezing conditions.
Hobson JC, Roper AJ, Andrew R, Rothera MP, Hill P, Green KM.
He said: "I spent two and a half years at the Rothera Research station which included two winters, one of which was as winter base commander".
Pub landlord Phil Rothera, 68, was diagnosed with the disease last May.