Paul Ehrlich

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Noun1.Paul Ehrlich - German bacteriologist who found a `magic bullet' to cure syphilis and was a pioneer in the study of immunology (1854-1915)Paul Ehrlich - German bacteriologist who found a `magic bullet' to cure syphilis and was a pioneer in the study of immunology (1854-1915)
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He was the recipient of, among other prizes and awards, the Parke Davis Award in 1978, the San Marino Prize in 1990, the Wolf Prize in Chemistry for 1994 (with Peter Schultz), the California Scientist of the Year Award in 1996, the University of California Presidential Medal in 2002, and the Paul Ehrlich and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize in 2003.
In 1968, Paul Ehrlich published the neo-Malthusian classic The Population Bomb (Ballantine).
Chiron has taken presumptive corrective action, and is working closely with the German regulatory agency, the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI), to complete additional testing in order to determine the full extent of the issue.
He made a famous bet with archdoomsayer Paul Ehrlich that a cohort of five natural resources of Ehrlich's choosing would be cheaper in inflation-adjusted terms at the end of the '80s than at the beginning.
He has received numerous awards and honors from a number of prestigious institutions, including the Paul Ehrlich and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize (2003) for his achievements in connection with the development of catalytic antibodies.
Among them is environmentalist Paul Ehrlich, whose projections of resource scarcity and widespread starvation have been wildly off the mark.
Part I of Population Puzzle provides background on the various theories pertaining to population growth, examines the fundamental ethical issues and dividing lines relating to population, and highlights the debate between Paul Ehrlich and Julian Simon.
Rather than look hundreds of years back for the roots of our understanding of the environment, Rubin concentrates on six recent gurus of the environmental movement: Rachel Carson and Barry Commoner on chemicals, Paul Ehrlich and Garrett Hardin on population, and the Club of Rome and E.
Douglas was Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Science and Regulatory Section of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association of America (PhRMA), member of the Advisory Board of the Paul Ehrlich Foundation, member of the Society of Trade, Industry and Science, former member of the Board of Directors of Medtronic, Inc.
Heavy hitters, these, including the predictable (Linus Pauling, Paul Ehrlich, Carl Sagan), the inexpert but sanctified (Desmond Tutu), but also the heads of many scientific societies, Nobel laureates, and authorities in many fields.
oBIX will also make it possible to integrate the many legacy proprietary control and monitoring systems in use today as well as future, native TCP/IP control systems," noted Paul Ehrlich of Trane, convener of the OASIS oBIX Technical Committee.
In order to secure the import license and the subsequent milestone payment, ImClone Systems' manufacturing facilities went through an inspection by a team of European regulators that included members of the Regierungspraesidium Darmstadt and the Paul Ehrlich Institute.