OGIST - What does OGIST stand for? The Free Dictionary
References in periodicals archive
Biol ogists have known for years that a sugar called trehalose plays a crucial role in the survival tactics of several of these species.
The combination of the TEAM-based improvements for transmission electron microscopy and the ElectronOptical Beam Line devices are pushing back the barriers that imaging technol ogists once thought to be unsolvable.
The origin of this transition from drama as public performance to role-play as a general teaching tool can he traced to the 1930s, when "a growing interest in small-group behavior by psychologists, psychiatrists, and sociol ogists led to the use of role-play as a vehicle for extending research into human behavior in varied learning environments" (Taylor and Walford 1972, p.