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(bər-nĕt′, bûr′nĭt), Sir (Frank) Macfarlane 1899-1985.
Australian virologist. He shared a 1960 Nobel Prize for his work on acquired immunological tolerance.
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Burnet is contributing to this work in the Asia-Pacific region, through implementation projects and research capacity-building in Papua New Guinea and Indonesia.
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Commonly called salad burnet, it is most often grown for its tasty leaves.
The Burnet sand and aggregates company is part of Oldcastle Materials' national network of construction solutions.
The WISH research group is being led by Prof Margaret Hellard, deputy director, Burnet Institute, which is based in Melbourne, Australia.
"PERC has been detected in certain wells on the south side of town, but is not present in the City of Burnet's municipal water supply," Vaughn emphasized.
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Review of Genocide Lives in Us: Women, Memory and Silence in Rwanda by Jennie Burnet, University of Wisconsin Press, 2012, 302 pp., $29.95 (paperback)
Port Moresby: Burnet Institute's Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies (HMHB) program to address the high rate of pregnancy-related death and disability among women and children in Papua New Guinea (PNG), has a new Principal Supporter in Bank South Pacific (BSP).
FOLLOWING Blair Nimmo's appointment as head of restructuring for the UK, Catherine Burnet (pictured) has been appointed senior partner in the Edinburgh office.
Having worked as a geologist in Indonesia when he was a young man, Burnet returned nearly four decades later to take the trip across the island he has dreamed of, and shares his journal, photographs, and associated scholarship with readers.
Author Ian Burnet recounts his journey across this archipelago nation, as well as the heritage and culture of peoples who have made it their home across the centuries.