Khorana


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Kho•ra•na

(koʊˈrɑ nə, kɔ-)

n.
Har Gobind, born 1922, U.S. biochemist and researcher in genetics, born in India: Nobel prize 1968.
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Nishchal Khorana, Frost & Sullivan's Director of ICT Practice presented a quote about CITIC Telecom CPC's winning of the award, saying that "by developing a targeted market strategy and portfolio of cloud solutions and platforms focused on consultative services to design, deploy, and support complex cloud architectures, CITIC Telecom CPC is on track to achieving significant success and strategic differentiation for sustained growth."
--VIKAS KHORANA, co-founder and chief technology officer at Ntooitive
Har Gobind Khorana earned his Masters degree from Government College in 1946 to later earn the prize in Physiology in 1968.
Vikas Khorana, co-founder and chief technology officer of Ntooitive, added, "The Trade Desk makes it easy for us to plan, forecast and buy digital media more effectively than ever before.
We have five Nobel laureates affiliated with Lahore itself: Rudyard Kipling whose Kim is set in Lahore, Arthur Compton who taught Chemistry in Punjab University, Har Gobind Khorana who was born in the city and studied in Punjab University, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar who was born in Lahore and Abdus Salam who was educated and taught at Government College Lahore.
In this section, the study explain an empirical methodology used to find the evidence of herding in stock markets investment pattern .The empirical models given by Christie and Huang (1995), extended by Chang, Cheng and Khorana (2000) suggested that herd behaviour can be evidenced by cross-sectional methods of assets valuation, and a cross-sectional dispersion on estimated average market returns, such movement indicates some kind of market consensus.
However, there is also the possibility that a "proper distance" (Khorana, 2018; Silverstone, 2007) is required for audiences to move beyond an empathetic response to a form of ethical witnessing that mobilizes action.
Lyman GH, Khorana AA, Falanga A, Clarke-Pearson D, Flowers C, Jahanzeb M, et al.
Patients who developed VTE on chemotherapy had a median Khorana score of 1, which corresponds to an intermediate risk of VTE, the investigators said, adding that pharmacologic prophylaxis is recommended only in patients with scores of 3 or higher.
Meanwhile another Bollywood star Ayushman Khorana congratulated Imran Khan and shared a memory of 1992 World Cup when his father predicted Imran Khan's potential to become the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
A importancia desse fator empregabilidade e ressaltada por Khorana (1996), que verifica a relacao entre a substituto do gestor e o seu desempenho passado.