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Health Statistics Professor Martin Bland

Bland
Jun
2008

Martin Bland is a Professor of Health Statistics at the University of York in the UK. He’s an applied statistician who here describes the design and analysis of measurement studies as outlined in an article which he coauthored with Douglas Altman, entitled: “Measuring agreement in method comparison studies,” from the journal: Statistical Methods in Medical Research 8 [2], 135-60, 1999. He is a Current Classics scientist (Soc. Sci., gen.) from Feb. 2008.
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Physics Professor Sir John Pendry

PendryJun
2008

Professor Sir John Pendry, Chair in Theoretical Solid State Physics at The Imperial College, London, discusses his work with magnetism from conductors and enhanced nonlinear phenomena. Pendry has a corresponding Emerging Research Front Comment from Oct. 2007 regarding this research. He is a Current Classics scientist (Eng.) from Feb.- & Apr. 2008.
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University of Utrecht's Sara Burt

Burt
Jun
2008

Sara Burt, a research scientist at the Institute for Risk Assessment Services of the Division of Veterinary Public Health at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands, discusses her current work on the antibacterial properties of essential oils obtained from plants. Burt has a corresponding Fast Moving Front Comment from May 2008 regarding this research. She is a Current Classics scientist (Agr. Sci.) from Feb. 2008.
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Berkeley's Peidong Yang

Yang
May
2008

Peidong Yang is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley. Here he discusses his lab’s interdisciplinary research in semiconductor nanowires. Yang is a Current Classics scientist (Mat. Sci.) from Apr. 2008).
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Robert Sampson on Neighborhood Violence

Sampson
May
2008

Robert J. Sampson, Department Chair of Harvard University’s Department of Sociology, talks about his interest in criminology and urban sociology and the linkage of urban neighborhoods with violence. Sampson is a Current Classics scientist (Soc. Sci, gen) from Apr. 2008, and has a Fast Breaking Paper comment. View an article from PNAS.
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Geoffrey Hodgson on Darwinian Principles

HODGSON
Jan
2008

Geoffrey M. Hodgson is a Research Professor in Business Studies at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK; here he discusses core Darwinian principles for the analysis of social and economic evolution. Read his New Hot Paper comment from Jan. 2008.
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Younan Xia, is the James M. McKelvey Professor for Advanced Materials

XIA
APR
2008

The Xia group at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis is pursuing cutting-edge research in three major frontiers: nanotechnology, materials chemistry, and photonic devices. Current Classics scientist in Mat. Sci., Dec. 2007 & Jun. 2008. See also: 1|2|3.
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