Schmidt, Gerhard

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Gerhard, U.S. biochemist, 1900–.
Schmidt-Thannhauser method - a method for fractionation of nucleic acid.
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This week, Vic Young Ltd were visited by Dr Anke Moller, tutor at Berufskolleg Werther Brucke and Gerhard Schmidt, specialist for mechanical engineering and manufacturing technology.
This biography of biochemist Gerhard Schmidt (1901-1981) traces his education and career in Germany, Italy, the US, and Canada, in the context of Jewish life in Weimar Germany, German anti-semitism, the rise of Hitler, and World War II, as well as the Nazi destruction of the German university system and German science, and the move of European scientists to US higher education.
Bedaux, "Gerhard David Jordens (1734-1803), neulateinischer Dichter aus Deventer"; Paul Gerhard Schmidt, "Vox veritatis ad Napoleonem.
Gerhard Schmidt, aged 61, vice president in charge of research and advanced engineering, will assume the role of chief technical officer in addition to his present responsibilities.
Gerhard Schmidt, Ford's vice president of Research and Advanced Engineering.
"The opening of this station represents a step forward for hydrogen as a motor fuel," added Gerhard Schmidt, vice president, research & advanced engineering, Ford Motor Company.
More specific studies of Klopstock (Sandro Jung), Goethe (Caitriona O Dochartaigh), and Schiller (Wolf Gerhard Schmidt) follow.
Executive producers, Gerhard Schmidt, Sabine Muller, David Kirkpatrick.
"Ford has a long history of research in the field of nanotechnology, and this relationship will strengthen our knowledge for the future," said Ford vice president of research and advanced engineering Gerhard Schmidt. "As our chairman Bill Ford announced recently, innovation is the compass by which we are setting our company's future direction -- stylish in design, safer for families and first in technology that uses new fuels and offers new services to consumers.
Gerhard Schmidt leads a 1,300-strong worldwide research organization in Dearborn, Mich., and Aachen, Germany.