KERE

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KEREKuroshio Extension Region Experiment
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Kere, who runs his own architecture firm from Berlin, is among a handful of globally outstanding architects, like David Adjaye, Kunle Adeyemi, Mokena Makeka and Mphethi Morojele, but none of them have backgrounds that are rural or indeed traditional.
"In my village, during the hot day, everyone is gathering under the tree, you have the mothers, the fathers, the elders then the kids," Kere told AFP.
Kere's group used a technique called RNA sequencing to identify which genes turned on and off at the four- and eight-cell stages.
To raise funds to build the school, Kere set up a development company that now implements education and healthcare projects across Burkina Faso.
Moruhura yipo naya kere novatumwa wongereka za-NG ntani kumwe nevatero lyawo yipo na mene sitanda 5 mo-1975."
Kere could find himself in competition with the rejuvenated Junichi Inamoto who, after starting nine consecutive matches in midfield, has given his World Cup hopes a huge fillip.
Professors outside Kenya undertake research and do not teach students fresh from secondary schools taking certificate courses," Prof Kere said.
Diebedo Francis Kere's marvellous Serpentine Pavilion has 'landed' like a glorious African spaceship on the manicured lawns of London's Kensington Gardens.
As chairman, Rintala came up with an impressive roster of speakers, including Alexander Brodsky from Moscow, a self-styled 'paper architect' whose installations prick the bubble of Russia's development glut, plus Patama Roonrakwit from Thailand, Diebedo Francis Kere from Burkino Faso [via Berlin], Bijoy Jain of Mumbai and Anna Heringer from Bangladesh (via Salzburg), all of whom work with 'away from the centre' communities.
ALBION will invite trialist Badou Kere back in the next couple of weeks after the Burkina Faso defender made a decent impression on his brief stint at the Hawthorns.
A group led by geneticist Juha Kere of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm has also found a strong association between variations within DCDC2 and severe dyslexia, as indicated by a pronounced spelling disorder.