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Artigas

(ɑːˈtiːɡɑːs)
n
(Biography) José Gervasio. 1764–1850, the national hero of Uruguay. He fought for Uruguayan independence from Argentina, but was driven into exile in 1820
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Shea (professor of History of Science, University of Padua) and Mariano Artigas (Dean of the Ecclesiastical Faculty, University of Navarra, Spain) present Galileo Observed: Science and the Politics of Belief, a history written to set the record straight about what really happened at Galileo's famous trial, unmuddled by propaganda or novelizations.
Work Author(s): Amy Costales; Alexandra Artigas, illustrator
Shea and Artigas look beyond that event to reveal that Galileo made six long visits to Rome during his lifetime to meet with high-ranking members of the Church, as well as leading scientific and literary figures, in an effort to become known and accepted.
Una de las tecnicas mas usadas es la PCR con transcripcion reversa (RT-PCR), mediante la cual a partir de secuencias del ARN mensajero es posible detectar transcriptos de fusion del gen BCR-ABL e identificar diferentes reordenamientos segun el punto de ruptura dentro del gen BCR, con mayor sensibilidad y especificidad que con el estudio citogenetico (Cross, 1996 y Artigas et al., 2002).
With a strong track record of reducing its country's dependency on fossil fuels, the IAU - together with project lead, the Uruguayan utility company UTE and the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining (MIEM) - wanted to strengthen the use of PV (photovoltaic) systems at the Artigas base to further increase the use of renewable energy instead of using stand-by diesel generators.
Carla Simon's autobiographical drama, starring Laia Artigas and Bruna Cusi.