Luis Garcia-Larrea is a faculty member of University Claude Bernard
in Lyon, France.
Both researchers at CERAG-CNRS (The Center for Studies and Research Applied to Management laboratory of the National Center for Scientific Research, Paris), Humbert (emeritus, Pierre Mandes France U., Grenoble) and Lesca (Claude Bernard
U., Lyon) explain some methods and tools by which managers can hear the first faint whisper of change and can therefore anticipate and exploit that change.
To test this idea, Alessandro Farni and colleagues of the Universite Claude Bernard
in Lyon looked at 14 volunteers who used a mechanical grabber to pick up distant objects.
EL UNICO MANUSCRITO EXISTENTE DEL PRIMER CURSO SOBRE FISIOLOGIA EXPERIMENTAL DICTADO POR CLAUDE BERNARD
EN EL COLLEGE DE FRANCE, INVIERNO 1847-1848
Lyon I) and Serre (ENS de Lyon), but little work has been done on genuinely multi-dimensional hyperbolic problems.
The company has engaged Professor Claude Bernard
, a world authority on multiple sclerosis and other neuroinflammatory conditions, to lead the program.
Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier, Claude Bernard
, Hans Krebs, Matthew Meselson, Franklin Stahl, and Seymour Benzer are Holmes' subjects.
Laurent Abramowitz of Hopital Bichat Claude Bernard
, Paris, and his associates.
The combined nineteen odes stage the Petrarchan-style love tribulations of a poet (presumably Tagaut himself) in amorous pursuit of an unattainable lady named "Pasithee." From the Greek denoting either "celle qui est universellement divine" or "la propriete des Dieux" (CX), this appellation simultaneously evokes the most splendid of the mythological Graces and Tagaut's real-life beloved, the Benedictine nun (literally a "property" of God), Claude Bernard
And Faure implies that certain medical concepts prospered in part because of their extramedical resonances; thus the idea of physiological equilibrium and self-regulation found in Claude Bernard
's model of the milieu interieur subsequently appealed to a generation in search of a scientific basis for social stability and had its analogues in Durkheim's conception of social equilibrium and in the solidarism of Leon Bourgeois.
This concept began in the 19th century after Claude Bernard
demonstrated that animals die when their body temperature was raised 9-10[degrees] F.