Forex – What is it? The international currency market Forex is a special kind of the world financia
market. Trader’s purpose on the Forex to get profit as the result of foreign currencies purchase and sale. The
exchange rates of all currencies being in the market turnover are permanently changing under the action of the
demand and supply alteration. The latter is a strong subject to the influence of any important for the human
society event in the sphere of economy, politics and nature.
The action of the Royal Society at its meeting in London on November 6,
in recognizing Dr. Albert Einstein's “theory of relativity” has caused a
great stir in scientific circles on both sides of the Atlantic. Dr. Einstein
propounded his theory nearly fifteen years ago. The present revival of
interest in it is due to the remarkable confirmation which it received in
the report of the observations made during the sun's eclipse of last May
to determine whether rays of light passing close to the sun are deflected
from their course....
This book is part of the Green Chemistry series published by the Royal Society
of Chemistry, and is designed to provide a modern overview of the current
status of insecticides. We present the current approaches for insect pest control
as green alternatives to classical agrochemicals, which should be of interest to a
vast group of researchers: agrochemists, biochemists, chemists, toxicologists,
etc. Throughout the book, the diﬀerent approaches to pest control which
involve ‘‘greener chemicals’’ in particular are emphasized.
In 1864, James Clerk Maxwell proposed one of the most successful theories in the history of science. In a famous memoir to the Royal Society  he presented nine equations summarizing all known laws on electricity and magnetism. This was more than a mere cataloging of the laws of nature. By postulating the need for an additional term to make the set of equations self-consistent, Maxwell was able to put forth what is still considered a complete theory of macroscopic electromagnetism.
This welcome volume is a collection of articles principally adapted from
articles published in the Philosophical Transactions triennial issue. It very
largely reﬂects the views of younger scientists, and highlights how the Earth
Sciences continue to delight us with new ideas and controversies. Many of
the authors are research fellows, or former research fellows, of the Royal
Society, and the editors have successfully assembled an entertainingly eclec-
In 2006 the Royal Society, in cooperation with the International Council for Science, the
InterAcademy Panel on International Issues (now the IAP—the Global Network of
Science Academies) and the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, organized a workshop
that surveyed trends in science and technology (S&T). The objective was to provide an
independent contribution from the international scientific community to the 6th
Conference of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BWC) that was held in
December of that year. ...
Một nghiên cứu được công bố trực tuyến vào ngày 06 tháng 8 trên tạo chí Global Change Biology cho thấy, sự đổi thay về lượng mưa đã không được chú trọng đúng mức như là một yếu tố đẩy loài chim ra khỏi khu vực sinh sống bình thường của chúng. Trong một nghiên cứu khác được công bố vào ngày 15 tháng 8 trên Kỷ yếu Proceedings of the Royal Society B, các nhà khoa học đã thấy một sự thu hẹp rõ ràng khu vực sống của loài sóc chuột Belding.
Franklin performed his initial experiments on electricity in collaboration with friends and neighbors,
including Thomas Hopkinson, a lawyer and judge; Ebenezer Kinnersley, a clergyman and teacher; and Philip
Syng Jr, a master silversmith. Franklin described the experiments and their results in five formal Letters to
Peter Collinson, a fellow of the Royal Society of London, during the years from 1747 to 1750. Collinson in
turn communicated those Letters to the Society and published them in April 1751....
In 1665, a book was published that inaugurated the use of the microscope to
investigate the natural world. The author was Robert Hooke, a talented artist,
architect, and amateur scientist. Hooke wrote Micrographia: Or Some
Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies Made by Magnifying Glasses with
Observations and Inquiries Thereupon, at the behest of the newly chartered
Royal Society in London, for whom he was working as curator of scientific
experiments. In Micrographia, he presented the first detailed observations of
everyday objects made with his self-constructed light microscope....
Despite the advances in the development of new drugs, a drug may never reach the
target organ, or it may be difficult to achieve the necessary level of drug in the
body. Large doses can result in serious side effects, and can harm normal cells and
organs as well as diseased cells. Hence controlled release and the targeting of delivery
systems must evolve in parallel to drug research.
With the general run of the philosophical atheists of the last century the notion of a God was an hypothesis.
There was left an admitted possibility that the vague somewhat which went by more names than one, might be
personal, intelligent, and superintendent. In the works of Laplace, who is sometimes called an atheist from his writings, there is nothing from which such an inference can be drawn: unless indeed a Reverend Fellow of
the Royal Society may be held to be the fool who said in his heart, etc., etc.
Một kilogramme – hay thường gọi là một cân – thì nặng bao nhiêu ? Câu hỏi thoạt nghe rất ngớ ngẩn nhưng đây lại là chủ đề chính được các nhà khoa học thảo luận tại Hội nghị do Hội Khoa học Hoàng gia Luân Đôn – Anh Quốc (Royal Society of London) tổ chức từ ngày 24/01/2011
‘Engineering Toxins for 21st Century Therapies’ (9–10 September 2010)
was part of the Royal Society International Seminar series held at the
Kavli International Centre, UK. Participants were assembled from a range
of disciplines (academic, industry, regulatory, public health) to discuss
the future potential of toxin-based therapies.
Is the rule of law optional for liberal democratic societies? In the wake of
the attacks on the United States on 11 September 2001, the Bush administration
seemed to say that it is. And in the wake of the attacks on London
in July of 2005, Tony Blair has indicated that the rule of law is a luxury,
dispensable when the going gets rough.
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Nghiên cứu ở loài chim của nhóm tác giả thuộc trường Đại học Glasgow (Anh) đăng trên tạp chí Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences cho thấy, những cặp hay lo lắng có nguy cơ chết sớm cao. Nhóm nghiên cứu trên cho rằng, điều này có thể là do sự không thoải mái khi chung sống với người hay bị sợ hãi.
The concept that early life experience determines health in later life is not new. After an
investigation of the poor health of children in Aberdeen and Scotland, Leslie Mackenzie told
the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1905: “One truth we have already realized – if we would
fit the man for his environment, we must begin with the child. ‘The child is the father of the
man.’” (see Harris, 2001).
An international scientific symposium on the expedition led by Otto Nordenskjöld to
Antarctica in 1901 and the celebration of its centennial was held at the University of
Göteborg, Sweden, on May 10th to 13th, 2001. This meeting was sponsored jointly by the
University of Göteborg and the Royal Society of Arts and Sciences in Göteborg. All papers
and contributions presented in this symposium were published in the book titled
“Antarctic Challenges. Historical and current perspectives on Otto Nordenskjöld’s
Antarctic Expedition, 1901–1903”.
ARGENTINA FROM A BRITISH POINT OF VIEW AND NOTES ON ARGENTINE LIFE.
With Photographs and Diagrams.
EDITED BY CAMPBELL P. OGILVIE.
LONDON: WERTHEIMER, LEA & CO., CLIFTON HOUSE, WORSHIP STREET, E.C 1910.
DEDICATED To all THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE SANTA FÉ LAND COMPANY, LIMITED, who take a real interest in the Company.
In May last I was asked to read, towards the end of the year, a paper on Argentina, before the Royal Society of Arts.
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