Biography of Alan TuringBiography of Alan Turing
His early education was at the Sherborne School (1926-1931) were he fostered an interest in physics. After graduating, he entered King’s College in Cambridge
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The analytical engineThe analytical engine
In the 1930s or the 1940s? If you think that, you are only off by a hundred years. A computer that was completely modern in conception was designed in the 1830s
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In and out of the classroom – how pupils were taught 1918-60sIn and out of the classroom – how pupils were taught 1918-60s
In 1956 the Historical Association celebrated its fiftieth anniversary with an exhibition, conference and book of articles about its development
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Il y aura un quiz sur le vocabulaireIl y aura un quiz sur le vocabulaire
March 21, 2010 Women in science: Pioneers blaze path for others By Rachel Shields The Royal Society has named its top 10 female scientists, yet many still feel marginalised
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The fry family treeThe fry family tree
This family tree was originally researched and recorded by David Fry of Tunbridge Wells
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Abd-El-Khalick, F. (2002)Abd-El-Khalick, F. (2002)
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, New Orleans, la
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Grand Masters of the United Grand Lodge of England [ugle] and of ScotlandGrand Masters of the United Grand Lodge of England [ugle] and of Scotland
Grand Lodge, the Titles somehow hide the actual names of the persons serving with such distinction. Hence I have dug through my genealogical archives and such other sources as noted below
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Arieh warshelArieh warshel
Phd, Chemical Physics; The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel Thesis advisor: S. Lifson
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Born: London, 16th August, 1906. Married two daughters. Died on July 4th 1982Born: London, 16th August, 1906. Married two daughters. Died on July 4th 1982
The Leys, 1919-1924., Christ's College, Cambridge, 1924-1928, M. A. Modern & Medieval Languages Tripos, Part I. (Class II, Division I, with Distinction in Oral French and Spanish). English, "Section A"
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