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FAS encompasses Harvard College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Division of Continuing Education. The website describes the museums and institutes also connected to FAS.
The Academy, located in San Francisco, has a mission of exploring, explaining, and protecting the natural world.
The Institute, established in 1995, is the largest professional society in the world for professionals in the field of operations research. INFORMS publishes 12 journals that describe the latest O.R. methods and applications.
ProQuest is a worldwide information company that publishes, in print and online, full-text databases and journals in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities, and technology.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is the oldest of the country's national labs and is managed by the University of California for the U.S. Department of Energy.
CiteSeer is a Scientific Literature Digital Library, hosted by Penn State University School of Information Sciences and Technology. The cites are mostly to articles in computer science and technology.
The AIP is an organization of physical sciences professionals. Publishes numerous journals. The site also contains sections on history, jobs, and announcements of meetings of the National AIP and smaller groups.
Concordia University, located in Montreal, Canada, was founded in 1974. There are almost 31,000 students, 3500 of whom are international students. The school offers an extensive adult education program.
Emory University, located in Atlanta, Georgia, was founded in 1836 by a group of Methodists. There are 12,000 students, graduate and undergraduate, and 3200 faculty.
Georgia Tech, located in Atlanta, was founded in 1885. In 1961, it was the first university in the Deep South to admit African-American students without a court order.
The National Academies Press publishes the reports of The National Academy of Sciences, The National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council.
Four agencies comprise the National Academies: the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council.
NYU was established in 1831 as an alternative to many of the more exclusive schools of the time. Today there are 40,000 students studying at 14 colleges and schools in 6 different locations in NYC and 20 countries abroad. Faculty number 3100.
PMC is the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature.
SMU is a private University of about 11,000 students and 600 faculty located near Dallas. The University was founded in 1911 by the Methodist Church, but is non-sectarian in its teaching.
Stevens Institute is located in Hoboken, New Jersey and was founded in 1870. It offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in four schools: Engineering and Science; Technology Management; Systems & Enterprises; and Arts & Sciences.
The Scientist was first published in 1986. It is a monthly magazine of analysis, interpretation, and expert opinion for active researchers in the life sciences who are interested in a broad view of science.
Tulane, located in New Orleans, was founded in 1834 as a medical college. Today it offers architecture, business, law, liberal arts, medicine, public health and tropical medicine, sciences, engineering, and social work.
UCSB was established in 1944. The school has a faculty of 1080, five of whom are Nobel prize winners. UCSB is known as one of the hottest schools according to Newsweek Magazine.
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