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Neis·ser

(nī'sĕr),
Albert L.S., German physician, 1855-1916. See: Neisseria, Neisser coccus, Neisser syringe.

Neis·ser

(nī'sĕr),
Max, German bacteriologist, 1869-1938. See: Neisser stain.
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drupacity proved an experience for all," reworked Boris Neisser, General Manager at the trade association Destination Dusseldorf, which organised the drupacity programme, who went on to say: "The many multipliers from all over the world felt welcome in Dusseldorf and will return to their home countries with these positive impressions.
We agree with Neisser (1982), who believes that autobiographical memories are not just reproductions of past experiences but reconstructions based on the person's understanding.
A gram-negative, non-motile diplococcal bacterium, Neisseria is named after Albert Ludwig Sigesmund Neisser, a German physician who discovered Neisseria gonorrhoeae in 1879.
Episode #4: World Class Marketing - Drew Neisser (author of The CMO's Periodic Table: A Renegade's Guide to Marketing, and Founder and CEO of social/marketing firm Renegade) discusses how businesses can create value-added marketing and use that to connect and engage with their customers.
In their article, Intelligence: New Findings and Theoretical Developments, Nisbett et al (2012) expand on and describe the new findings on intelligence since Neisser et al.
Seidl S, Hausmann R, Neisser J, Janisch HD, Betz P.
Baars 1986; Burman in Hobbs and Burman 2009; Cromwell and Panksepp 2011; Gardner 1985; Greenwood 1999; Hunt 1993; Leahey 1992, 2000; Neisser 1967; Mandler 2002; Miller 2003; Proctor and Kim-Phuong 2006; Sperry 1988, 1993; ter Hark 2010; Watrin and Darwich 2012).
Et pour cause, la politique en matiere d'integration suivie jusque-la par certains pays europeens a favorise le communautarisme et le racisme, explique en connaissance de cause Heinrich Neisser pour avoir donne pendant des annees des cours magistraux sur la question de l'integration a l'universite d'Innsbruck et qui est toujours sollicite a ce titre ailleurs en Europe.
2)--Shahabuddin Ahmed, Ibnatarodmesri Neisser (794 E) the name of his rarity is <<first conquest in Mtarjh ornaments) He is a scholar from Denyser near Mardin.
Es asi que, por ejemplo, Simon (2000) y Singh (2011) reconocen la validez de la pesquisa por el sustrato fisiologico de la conciencia (Barrett, 2012; Campion, 2011; Cavanna, Shah, Eddy, Williams & Rickards 2011; Gawryluk, DArcy, Connolly & Weaver 2010; Neisser 2012), pero proponen el desarrollo paralelo de la investigacion estrictamente neurofisiologica y de investigaciones que busquen el conocimiento introspectivo y fenomenologico de la mente, apoyado en las ciencias cognitivas (en particular filosofia de la mente y psicologia cognitiva).
En 1901, los belgas Jules Bordet (1870-1961) y Octave Gengou (1875-1957), siendo investigadores del Instituto Pasteur, sentaron las bases del serodiagnostico con el descubrimiento de la reaccion de fijacion del complemento que a su turno fue modificada en la llamada reaccion de Wassermann o de Bordet-Wassermann, dada a conocer el 10 de mayo de 1906 por los alemanes August Paul Wassermann (1866-1925), Albert Neisser (1855-1916) y Carl Bruch (1879-1944) (44,45,49-51).
2000; Neisser, 1967; Shallice, 1990; Soprano, 2003; Stuss, 1992; Walsh, 1978).