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Officials await toxicology report in fatal crash - Sturgis Journal

Sturgis Journal
Authorities from the St, Joseph County Sheriff's Department are awaiting toxicology reports in connection with a fatal crash that occurred July 15. Authorities from the St, Joseph County Sheriff's Department say they're awaiting toxicology reports from ...

Anatomy of a big fight: How Joseph Parker played the odds to get in shape of his life -
Joseph Parker and Dillian Whyte show their style in a public workout in London ahead of their weekend matchup at the O2 Arena. Why not take a risk in Las Vegas? After all, what had happened previously had not produced the desired result on the ultimate ...

Evolution of the MBA shows it still means business - The Telegraph -
Working as a consultant in the pharmaceuticals industry, Joseph Fitzgibbon wasn't exactly in a dead end job.

Joseph Felsenstein

Seattle - United States

Profile of Joseph Felsenstein, Professor of Genome Sciences and of Biology at the University of Washington, providing his areas of research and publications.

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    UW Genome Sciences: Faculty: Joseph Felsenstein

Hermann Joseph Muller

Provides information on the Nobel prize awarded in 1946 for the discovery of the production of mutations by means of X-ray irradiation. Includes lecture and biography.

Wikipedia: Joseph Banks
United States

Entry for Sir Joesph Banks, the English naturalist who was on Captain Cook's first great voyage. Article offers biography and legacy of the botanist who introduced plant species such as eucalyptus, acacia, and mimosa to the West.

Joseph Dalton Hooker
United Kingdom

A leading nineteenth century botanist, and close friend of Charles Darwin.

Sir Joseph Banks' Papers

Banks was actively involved in almost every aspect of Pacific exploration and early Australian colonial life.

Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
United States

The Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center is dedicated to providing a program of excellence in ecology and natural resource management that includes integrated research, education, and conservation goals.

Hooker, Sir Joseph Dalton (1817-1911)
United Kingdom

Learn about Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, the 19th century botanist and close confidante of Charles Darwin. Includes a biography, information about Hooker's collecting expeditions, and selected writings.

Tattoo History Source Book: Sir Joseph Banks
United States

First account of Polynesian tattooing was written by Joseph Banks, who sailed as naturalist with Captain (then Lieutenant) James Cook on his first voyage to the Pacific.