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(bēd′l), George Wells 1903-1989.
American biologist. He shared a 1958 Nobel Prize for discovering how genes transmit hereditary characteristics.
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Today, Beadle has a platform for his educational ideas and personal neuroses courtesy of a column for The Guardian; he would probably love to write one for The Sun (it would allow him to 'effect greater change' - and it would pay better); and as these two polarised journalistic institutions suggest, Beadle is loved and loathed in equal measure.
Beadle is one of the star turns at the Birmingham Book Festival, and will be appearing at South Birmingham College's Digbeth campus next Wednesday.
Beadle points out: "The notion of IQ is worse than useless, since it only really measures one very specific skill: the ability to crack codes.
Beadle suggests teachers should get such children up off their chairs and use action and movement in learning strategies.
It was Marie who broke the news of Leon's death to Beadle.
Since the funeral she has only seen him three times when Sue Beadle drove her to watch his TV show being filmed.
After Leon's death Beadle bought some of his camera equipment from her for about pounds 250, said Marie.
A little while later Sue Beadle called Marie to tell her about a job she had heard about.
Beadles is a member of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computers and Society from Michigan State University.
Beadles has a doctorate in agricultural education, a master's degree in natural science and a bachelor's degree in agriculture from Oklahoma State University.
Beadles can be contacted at 405-590-3831 or abeadles@unitedcountry.
CONTACT: Alvin Beadles, +1-405-590-3831, abeadles@unitedcountry.