The museum collaborated with faculty and students at University of Oregon's College of Arts and Sciences to present a day of demonstrations and activities led by guest scientists with a variety of backgrounds.
What does GS stand for?
GS stands for Guest Scientist (program)
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- Ground Start (telecommunications)
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- Ground Support
- Ground System
- Group Separator
- Group Separator (ASCII character 29)
- Group Station (Oil and Gas)
- Group Status (insurance)
- Growth Sire
- Grub Screw
Samples in periodicals archive:
We used gradients of the gravity field in order to highlight smaller and narrower structures than could be seen in previous datasets," said Jeff Andrews-Hanna, a GRAIL guest scientist with the Colorado School of Mines in Golden.
The first paper by our guest scientist from Greece, Athanasios Giannitsis, clarifies the possibilities for micro-fabrication of biomedical laboratory-on-a-chip type microfluidic devices and suggests rational technologies for different task-driven solutions.
Therefore, the series titled Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants is a good attempt to fill this gap producing an admirable 8-volume series that focuses on various aspects of medicinal plant knowledge on the Indian subcontinent, although including some notable contributions from guest scientists abroad.
Walter Byrd is a research chemist, and Amit Patel is a guest scientist.
Walford is a kind of patron saint of CR," says George Roth, a senior guest scientist at the National Institute on Aging (NIA) in Baltimore.