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JOGUJohannes Gutenberg (University, Mainz, Germany)
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"Let there be light", reads the cover of the Bible held by the bronze hands of Johannes Gutenberg, inventor of the modern printing press, on the famous statue in Place Gutenberg in Strasbourg, France.
"We are honored to see Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and Helmholtz Institute Mainz, two highly respected members of the research community, adopt NEC's latest HPC solution as part of extending the capabilities of the MOGON-II cluster," said Yuichi Kojima, Vice President HPC EMEA at NEC Deutschland.
A statement posted by the Johannes Gutenberg University said: "The dead had simply been haphazardly piled one on top of another behind a wall."
UNAM's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Lazarus Hangula, explained at the handing over ceremony in Windhoek on Monday that the whole process started with his visit to the Johannes Gutenberg University in 2010.
A group of 22 students from the Johannes Gutenberg University visited Sharjah last month (from February 27) on a field trip as part of the course curriculum in Geography.
Perhaps the most famous was Johannes Gutenberg. More than 500 years ago Gutenberg invented movable type.
And Elsevier is rubbing serifs with some rather rarified publishing giants, such as Johannes Gutenberg; Italian printer Alde Manuce, whose portable "octovo" books were the 15th-century precursor of the modern paperback; and French printer Firmin Di-dot, who revolutionized the book industry at the end of the 18th century with the invention of the "stereotype," a metal printing plate that made it much cheaper to print books.
And Elsevier is rubbing serifs with some rather ratified publishing giants, such as Johannes Gutenberg; Italian printer Aide Manuce, whose portable "octovo" books were the 15th-century precursor of the modern paperback; and French printer Firmin Didot, who revolutionized the book industry at the end of the 18th century with the invention of the "stereotype," a metal printing plate that made it much cheaper to print books.
We've seen carbon trading, new technologies and even protective covers splayed across Alpine ski slopes, but German researchers at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz have a new proposal they hope will soften the impact of climate change.
Harper Corporation of America, Charlotte, NC, USA, recently donated four Platinum XLT anilox rolls to Centro de Investigacion Grafica Juan Gutenberg (Johannes Gutenberg Graphic Research Centre), a nonprofit educational institution noted for its academic excellence in professional graphics education.
Johannes Gutenberg: Inventor of the Printing Press.
The stories are fast-paced, interesting and full of detail: Arthur Evans discovers ancient Greek tablets in Kephala, Crete which are later deciphered by Michael Ventris; fifteenth century Korean King Sejong creates a new alphabet and prints books for his people while Johannes Gutenberg is creating a new printing system in Germany; and Alan Turing deciphers the Nazi Enigma code paving the way for the development of the Internet.