Skip Nav DestinationBy Catherine Waldby, Robert MitchellBy Carole H. Browner, Aditya Bharadwaj, Carolyn F. SargentBy Marcus Garvey, John Dixon, Mariela Haro Rodriguez, Anthony Yuen, Robert A. HillBy Peter J. Chelkowski, Peter Gubser, Robert J. Pranger
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Published: 27 February 2006
Published: 04 March 2011
Published: 20 October 2017
.... So if you place that cell in the right environment, it ll be programmed to do what it s supposed to do. The segment sidesteps the controversial subject of human embryonic stem cells, whose high value for regenerative medicine resides in their pluripotency the capability to be cultivated into any...
Published: 23 April 2021
...% of all cancers in children <15 years old. About 2/3 are diag- nosed before they are 2 years old. It may be present in both eyes at the same time, especially if diagnosed in the first year of life. What Causes It? While a baby is in the womb, embryonic retinal cells or immature retina cells multiply...
Book: The Marcus Garvey and United Negro Improvement Association Papers, Volume XII: The Caribbean Diaspora, 1920-1921
Published: 08 September 2014
...- oned” the cause of coal carriers at a time when there were no unions and won greater benefits for them. He was also influential, together with John Pilgrim and other colleagues, in organizing an embryonic union at a time of great opposition (VSL, 16 October and 2 November 1937). 4. Collingwood...
Published: 28 May 2021
... articles attending to the form of ethics review in global health. She has also followed committee work into the contentious domain of embryonic stem cell research ethics committees in the US, examining the vestiges of voluntary governance mechanisms. Recent publica- tions include an analys is of tech...
Published: 26 February 2021
... fact, it is only in the early twentieth century when the embryo was found inside a dead mother by researchers, leading to what is now known as Car ne gie stages of development).15 But this ability to see and separate the embryonic body/tissue from the maternal body/tissue is relative to how one...
Published: 20 October 2017
... social technology, 6, 8 South Korea, 78, 155 Spivak, Gayatri, 9 Stanford University, 79 80, 117, 157, 175, 201n41 state- sponsored violence, 4. See also policing; war stem cells, 5, 99; adult, 78; banking of, 79; embryonic, 18, 66 67, 74 75, 78 80 Stewart, Katie, 181, 214n1, 235 Strategic National...
Published: 27 March 2020
... embryonic development or in learning. 11. After a long fight, abortion became legal in the United States in 1973 with the Supreme Court s landmark Roe v. Wade decision. Today it is being targeted once again. 12. Although abortion was made legal in 1973, its opponents have never stopped whittling away at a...
Published: 09 July 2021
... was needed to justify the massive exploitation of labor through slavery and land dispossession leading to the incipient Atlantic commercial circuits displacing the Mediterranean trade and commercial cen- ter for southern Europe, North Africa, and West Asia. All of that amounted to an embryonic...
Published: 01 January 1995
... Washington Square. The characters' status and position on the social hierarchy is conveyed by the places where they live. Mrs. Almond, Catherine's aunt, lived much further up town, in an embryonic street, with a high number-a region where the extension of the city began to assume a theoretic air...
Published: 11 October 2019
Published: 22 October 2019
..., and the coffined mannequins of Sundaram s Postmortem. Conveying something beyond the merely macabre, these strange coffins and embryonic vit- rines became more like toolboxes containing resources for the future, uncannily pregnant with the forces of life. If the fifth and final show, titled Floating...
Published: 01 January 1997
Published: 25 February 1988
... to neighbors, in turn gaining monetary and security benefits for Jordan. The Arab Legion, the forerunner of the Jordan Arab Army (JAA) was founded in 1921. Because Captain F. Peake, who headed the embryonic Arab Legion, numbering perhaps 1,3°0, perceived the bedouin of Jordan to be the...
Published: 03 April 2020
... rationality. Once the embryonic, incipient form of aesthetic reason is retrieved, to learn how it produces Adorno s image of reconciliation in the modern artwork, in the two chapters following I will then flesh out and further develop aesthetic reason in a more fully articulated conceptual form than Adorno...
Published: 18 September 2020
... was operating in the Bolivian Chaco but had no way to export oil. Stan- dard was also drilling in Argentina s northern Salta region. Yet Argentina, then more aligned with British capital and interests in Paraguay, and hop- ing to defend its own embryonic national oil com pany, refused to allow...
Published: 18 September 2020
... accept the role of [being] simple wardens in an unjust order. (Corbett 1972, 419) Torres kicked out the Peace Corps (accused of sterilizing Indigenous women) and nationalized the zinc industry. He also allowed the organ ization of mass movements into an embryonic experiment called the Asamblea Popu- lar...
Published: 28 August 2020
... only pos si ble one, not the analytical objective premise he claimed it to be. In other words, it was because Deng was unable to conceive of anything but the command of state order that he saw disorder everywhere. What Deng called disorder was actually a series of po liti cal experiments embryonic to...
Published: 05 February 2021
... state free to regulate populations, issuing and enacting educational and eugenicist policies. This grey confusion that is democracy must pass away inevitably by its own inherent conditions . . . as the embryonic confusion of the cocoon creature passes, into the higher Speculative Life 121 stage, into...