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 (rŏt′blăt′), Joseph 1908-2005.
Polish-born British physicist who developed medical applications for radioactivity and studied nuclear fallout. An outspoken opponent of nuclear weapons, he won the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize.

Rotblat

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(Biography) See Pugwash conferences
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The Pugwash Conferences and its co-founder Joseph Rotblat in 1995 were awarded the Noble Peace Prize.
Despues de leer en La Intemperie la cronica de como dos jovenes militantes revolucionarios fueron ajusticiados por sus propios companeros, Del Barco, ya entonces de regreso en la Argentina tras un exilio transcurrido en Puebla durante la dictadura, se dirige al director de la revista y le dice: "Al leer como Jouvet relata sucinta y claramente el asesinato de Adolfo Rotblat (al que llamaban Pupi) y de Bernardo Groswald, tuve la sensacion de que habian matado a mi hijo y que quien lloraba preguntando por que, como y donde lo habian matado, era yo mismo.
The Nobel Committee awarded the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize to the Pugwash Conference and its first secretary-general, Joseph Rotblat. Today, Pugwash has international offices in Rome, London, Geneva, and Washington, DC.
In: Ending War--The Force of Reason: Essays in honor of Joseph Rotblat, edited by M.
In 1944, when it became clear that the war would be won long before Hitler could ever acquire such a weapon, Joseph Rotblat, the brilliant Pole, pulled out of the project.
Due to UVB stimulation, Nrf2 rapidly translocates into nucleus and transactivates the ARE in the promoter region antioxidant genes (Rotblat et al., 2012).
Podemos encontrar diversos ejemplos a lo largo de la historia de una ciencia nutrida de la discrepancia y disidencia con autores como Galileo, Copernico, Lord James de Rusholme, Thomas Gold, Joseph Rotblat, Norbert Wiener, Desmond Bernal o Richard Feynman.
The International Atomic Energy Agency won in 2005, ban-the-bomb scientist Joseph Rotblat in 1995, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War in 1985 and Soviet human rights campaigner and nuclear scientist Andrei Sakharov in 1975.
Jeremy Rotblat, a 19-year-old Princeton freshman from Cherry Hill, N.J., said his experience volunteering at a hospital in Senegal better prepared him for college.
George Ansell and Joseph Rotblat, working in Liverpool, visualized the thyroid in 1948, using radioiodine.
Sir Joseph Rotblat (who worked at the University of Liverpool from 1939-1949, becoming director of research in nuclear physics and who, in 1995, received the Nobel Peace Prize in conjunction with the Pugwash Conferences, for their efforts towards nuclear disarmament), Oliver Lodge (responsible for the first radio transmission and taking the first medical x-ray) and Prof.
Delivering this year's Rotblat Lecture at the festival, named in honour of the Nobel-winning scientist Joseph Rotblat, Blix was interviewed afterwards by Channel Four news presenter Jon Snow.