BOGH

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BOGHBalance of Good Health (government initiative; Food Standards Agency; UK)
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Some reports have shown high maturation rate in horse oocytes that matured in pure follicular fluid (Dell'Aquila et al., 1997; Bogh et al., 2002).
Chief technical officer Chris Bogh said: "It is important that candidates and employers alike recognise the role that social action and voluntary experience can play in improving young people's career prospects.
[13] Hvilshoj M, Bogh S (2011) "Little Helper" - An Autonomous Industrial Mobile Manipulator Concept.
Ladegaard Bro, Louise, Lotte Bogh Andersen, Anne Bollingtoft, Tine Eriksen, Ann-Louise Holten, Christian Botcher Jacobsen, Ulrich Thy Jensen, Jacob Ladenburg, Poul Aaes Nielsen, and Niels Westergaard-Nielsen (2014), "Leadership Training, Leadership Strategies and Organizational Performance: Designing an Experiment to Test the Causal Effect of Leadership on Performance," paper presented at the IRPSM conference, Ottawa, April, 9-12.
Six individuals were recognized for their work on aspects of addiction treatment and recovery at a breakfast organized by Serenity Lane and co-sponsored by KEZI, Julie Dyer Bogh, PeaceHealth and Woodard Family Foundation.
[20] WARUIRU, R.M.; KYVSGAARD, N.C.; THAMSBORG, S.M.; NANSEN, P.; BOGH, H.; MUNYUA, W.Y.; GATHUMA, J.