Berg

(redirected from Berge)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Berg

(bûrg), Paul Born 1926.
American chemist. He shared a 1980 Nobel Prize for developing recombinant methods of inserting genes from simple organisms into the genetic material of similar organisms.
References in periodicals archive ?
Mr Berge was best known for helping Saint Laurent to build his own fashion house after leaving Christian Dior.
Since Redcar were last in action two weeks ago, Bellego raced - alongside Bears teammates Jonas B Andersen and Hugh Skidmore, plus Berge - in a high quality Lamothe-Landerron Classic individual meeting in France.
About growth prospects, Berge said "the backbone of marine repair optimism in Saudi is naturally Saudi Aramco with which Asry has been working for decades.
With these now complete, the new quay is a state-of the-art alongside berth capable of servicing vessels of virtually any size and type," Mr Berge added.
But Berge was not happy that the Secret Service and the Office of Special Investigations at Lackland had interviewed Sgt.
Keeper Jack Butland flapped again at a cross, failing to punch clear, and when the ball was fed back in by Magnus Eikrem, Rose's header pinballed to Semb Berge who prodded through a crowd and past Butland.
West Brom's Dawson was fouled by Berge but composed himself to send Orjan Norland the wrong way.
Release date- 16082012 - Berkeley College is pleased to announce the appointment of Kelly Berge as Assistant Dean, Online.
Dean Winstanley can be a 180 monster so get on six maximums or more in his first-round duel with another big scorer, Joey ten Berge.
The Berge is full of pitfalls for the performer and Silva performs brilliantly, especially in the notorious passage at the end of the second page and the beginning of the third where everyone wishes they had a third lung.
On a visit to Paris in the spring of 2005, I had the good fortune of being invited with David Hockney and a few others for lunch with Pierre Berge and Yves Saint Laurent at their famous apartment on the rue Babylone.
Berge, patients taking the drug experienced slightly--though not significantly--increased rates of poor outcomes.