10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «POPULARISER»
Discover the use of populariser
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to populariser
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
To gain the attention of these people, the science populariser is obliged to
sweeten the necessary pill of intellectual commitment with a coating of good
entertainment. Some modern scientific developments, such as black holes, plate
Lexicographia-neologica Gallica: The Neological French ...
Populariser, v. a. to make popular ; to adapt a matter or thing to the disposition
and genius of the people and the public good. This verb is new. (Populariser une
langue— To make a language popular, i. e. by leaving out expressions become ...
Second Best as a Researcher, Second to None as a ...
John Tyndall, FRS (1820-1893), the eminent scientist and mountaineer, the discoverer of the greenhouse gases, has been frequently presented as chiefly a populariser of science rather than a researcher.
Mt Stromlo Observatory: From Bush Observatory to the Nobel Prize
Populariser. and. publicist. The bright Australian sun shone on Bok as Mount
Stromlo entered a new era ... of the Figure 6.9: The Russian Sputnik was the first
artificial satellite. 109 6: the AstronomiCAl godFAther Populariser and publicist.
Ragbir Bhathal, Ralph Sutherland, Harvey Butcher, 2013
Justus Von Liebig: The Chemical Gatekeeper
10. Populariser. of. Science: Chemical. Letters. My father's Chemical Letters
belong to our national literature and will remain, as he himself noted, a memorial
to his intellect and to the stage to which he brought his science. [Georg von
The Self-Marginalization of Wilhelm Stekel: Freudian Circles ...
Stekel,. the. Unsung. Populariser. of. Psychoanalysis. Little is known of Stekel's
life other than the picture he himself outlined in his autobiography (Stekel, 1950a)
, which is both flattering and not entirely correct (Stanton, 1988). The editor of his
J. Sturm, Jaap Bos, P. Roazen, 2007
Let me deal first of all with Koestler the populariser. As one might have expected
from an old hand, Koestler does his job tremendously well. He summarises a
large number of theories, anecdotes, speculations and facts regarding the "act of
Plants, Patients, and the Historians: On (re)membering in ...
Dawkins, the great populariser of genetics and evolutionary biology, never tires
of reminding his audiences that the genome, the assembly of genes determining
the characteristics of any one individual of a species, encapsulates the history of
A Companion to the Cantos of Ezra Pound
55. Holland: Letter from The Hague (Sept. 6, 1782) says: "One thing, thank God,
is certain. I have planted the American standard at the Hague. ... I shall look down
upon the flagstaff with pleasure from the other world" [IX, 513]. 56. populariser .
Carroll Franklin Terrell, 1984
How Well Do Facts Travel?: The Dissemination of Reliable ...
For all the available gains, perhaps the populariser intent on having their work
taken seriously would do well to minimise the extent to which they avail
themselves of fiction's tricks. Although the use of fictional techniques and devices
is a ...
Peter Howlett, Mary S. Morgan, 2010
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «POPULARISER»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term populariser
is used in the context of the following news items.
Weaving is believing
Veteran populariser of the periodic table Theodore Gray plans to sell quilts of the table made with an automated quilting machine. Meanwhile ... «Royal Society of Chemistry, Jul 15»
L'essor de l'économie collaborative, l'exemple Wiki for home
Pari audacieux pour l'enseigne, car le but de ce projet est de populariser et dynamiser le domaine du « DIY », du fait soi-même, afin que le ... «Siècle Digital, Jul 15»
Reading their minds
Mr Safina, a populariser of science, by contrast, favours the stories. Their book is a profound exploration of animal cognition's cutting edge; ... «The Economist, Jul 15»
Walking Dead et World War Z ? George Romero n'est pas fan !
Il n'a fait que populariser l'appellation de zombi au final... Raccoon Man. Mais tout le monde est d'accord pour reconnaître son grand talent et ... «AlloCiné, Jul 15»
Guest post: The Path to a High Achieving Culture - it turns out that …
Pink is a populariser with a gift for taking specialized academic research and converting it into lively descriptions of how the business world ... «Legal Business, Jun 15»
Head of a gentle clan
He chose the Tunisian-born Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406), populariser of Asabiyyah haunting Muslims today, as his patron saint when he planned ... «The Indian Express, Jun 15»
World Music Day 2015: Top Quotes by World's Best Musicians
Leopold Stokowski (British born American conductor known for his influence as a populariser of classical music.) One good thing about music, ... «International Business Times, India Edition, Jun 15»
Have Crowd, Will Map
As this article explains, the British-born photographer Arthur Mole (1889-1983) was the pioneer (or at least the populariser) of this technique. Woodrow Wilson's ... «Big Think, Jun 15»
'Seveneves', by Neal Stephenson
African-American astronomer Dubois Harris, a much-loved TV science populariser, seems broadly analogous to Neil deGrasse Tyson, while a ... «Financial Times, Jun 15»
Budapest entend populariser la bande dessinée
Le salon international de la bande dessinée de Budapest fête cette année ses onze ans. C'est un petit festival qui se tient sur une seule ... «euronews, May 15»