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Usage of Template:Scholia (Q55622789) across wikis as of November 2021. Note that the underlying SPARQL query has a limit of 1500 results

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WDQS | PetScan | TABernacle | Find images Recent changes | Query: SELECT DISTINCT ?item ?Template ?Wikigroup ?LanguageCode (REPLACE(STR(?item), ".*Q", "Q") AS ?qid) (CONCAT( "{", "{Q", "|", ?qid, "}", "}" ) AS ?WikiItem) (CONCAT( "[[:m:", ?Wikigroup , ":", ?LanguageCode, ":", ?TemplateTitle, "|", ?TemplateTitle, "]]" ) AS ?TemplateLink) WHERE { {VALUES ?Template { wd:Q55622789 } } ?TemplateURL schema:about ?Template; schema:inLanguage ?LanguageCode ; schema:isPartOf ?wikilang ; schema:isPartOf [ wikibase:wikiGroup ?Wikigroup ] ; schema:name ?TemplateTitle. ?item wdt:P856 ?wikilang. SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "[AUTO_LANGUAGE],en". } }
Wiki Local link Wikimedia project Language code
Malayalam Wikipedia (Q874555) ഫലകം:Scholia wikipedia ml
Serbian Wikipedia (Q200386) Шаблон:Scholia wikipedia sr
Balinese Wikipedia (Q70885480) Mal:Scholia wikipedia ban
Arabic Wikipedia (Q199700) قالب:سكوليا wikipedia ar
Macedonian Wikipedia (Q842341) Предлошка:Сколија wikipedia mk
Portuguese Wikipedia (Q11921) Predefinição:Scholia wikipedia pt
Persian Wikipedia (Q48952) الگو:Scholia wikipedia fa
English Wikiversity (Q22808092) Template:Scholia wikiversity en
Norwegian Wikipedias (Q191769) Mal:Scholia wikipedia nb
Basque Wikipedia (Q207260) Txantiloi:Scholia wikipedia eu
Vietnamese Wikipedia (Q200180) Bản mẫu:Scholia wikipedia vi
Assamese Wikipedia (Q8559119) সাঁচ:Scholia wikipedia as
Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia (Q58679) Šablon:Scholia wikipedia sh
Min Nan Wikipedia (Q3239456) Pang-bô͘:Scholia wikipedia nan
Japanese Wikipedia (Q177837) Template:Scholia wikipedia ja
South Azerbaijani Wikipedia (Q20789766) شابلون:Scholia wikipedia azb
Thai Wikipedia (Q565074) แม่แบบ:Scholia wikipedia th
Norwegian (Bokmål) Wikipedia (Q109333352) Mal:Scholia wikipedia nb
French Wikipedia (Q8447) Modèle:Scholia wikipedia fr
Sinhala Wikipedia (Q8571954) සැකිල්ල:Scholia wikipedia si
Chinese Wikipedia (Q30239) Template:Scholia wikipedia zh
Tagalog Wikipedia (Q877685) Padron:Scholia wikipedia tl
Tamil Wikipedia (Q844491) வார்ப்புரு:Scholia wikipedia ta
English Wikipedia (Q328) Template:Scholia wikipedia en
Swedish Wikipedia (Q169514) Mall:Scholia wikipedia sv
Cantonese Wikipedia (Q1190962) Template:Scholia wikipedia yue
Greek Wikipedia (Q11918) Πρότυπο:Scholia wikipedia el
Indonesian Wikipedia (Q155214) Templat:Scholia wikipedia id
Danish Wikipedia (Q181163) Skabelon:Scholia wikipedia da
Bosnian Wikipedia (Q1047829) Šablon:Scholia wikipedia bs
Wikidata (Q2013) Template:Scholia wikidata en
Malay Wikipedia (Q845993) Templat:Scholia wikipedia ms
Bengali Wikipedia (Q427715) টেমপ্লেট:স্কলিয়া wikipedia bn
English Wikisource (Q15156406) Template:Scholia wikisource en
Urdu Wikipedia (Q1067878) سانچہ:Scholia wikipedia ur
Sorani Kurdish Wikipedia (Q4115463) داڕێژە:Scholia wikipedia ckb
Santali Wikipedia (Q55950814) ᱪᱷᱟᱸᱪ:Scholia wikipedia sat

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The following query uses these:

# Usage chart for Template:Scholia across several Wikipedias
# Note: this chart is based on
# which is updated about once a day by ListeriaBot

SELECT ?day ?count 
  BIND (CONCAT(" items") AS ?p)
  SERVICE wikibase:mwapi {
      bd:serviceParam wikibase:api "Generator" ; 
                      wikibase:endpoint "" ; 
                      mwapi:generator "allpages" ; 
                      mwapi:gapfrom "WikiProject_Source_MetaData/Wikidata_lists/Usage_of_Template_Scholia/Cross-wiki" ; 
                      mwapi:gapto "WikiProject_Source_MetaData/Wikidata_lists/Usage_of_Template_Scholia/Cross-wiki" ; 
                      mwapi:gapnamespace "4" ; 
                      mwapi:prop "revisions" ; 
                      mwapi:rvprop "content|timestamp" ; 
                      mwapi:rvlimit "7" ; 
                      mwapi:rvuser "ListeriaBot" .
      ?t1 wikibase:apiOutput "revisions/rev[1]/@timestamp" . ?r1 wikibase:apiOutput "revisions/rev[1]/text()" .
  BIND (xsd:dateTime(?t1) AS ?day)
  FILTER (?day >= "2018-08-04T00:00:00Z"^^xsd:dateTime) .
  BIND (STRAFTER(?r1, "∑ ") AS ?BeforeString) 
  BIND (STRBEFORE(?BeforeString, ?p) AS ?AfterString) 
  BIND (IF(CONTAINS(?r1, ?p), xsd:integer(?AfterString), -1) AS ?count)
  FILTER (?count > 0 )

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image Article description instance of
Bert Sakmann German biologist and physician (1991 Nobel Prize) human
Benjamin List German chemist (1968-) human
Albert Eschenmoser Swiss chemist human
Anopheles gambiae species of insect cryptic species complex
model organism
Andrew Schally Polish-American endocrinologist human
Barry Cunliffe English archaeologist human
cerebral amyloid angiopathy amyloidosis where amyloid protein progressively deposits in cerebral blood vessel walls with subsequent degenerative vascular changes class of disease
amodiaquine chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
alpha thalassemia Alpha thalassemia is a thalassemia involving the genes HBA1and HBA2 hemoglobin genes rare disease
class of disease
beta barrel protein domain protein tertiary structure
Bamun people ethnic group in Cameroon ethnic group
Allan Riverstone McCulloch Australian ichthyologist (1885-1925) human
Ara Darzi British surgeon human
Andrew C. Fabian British X-ray astronomer human
Buchi Emecheta author human
American College of Radiology organization organization
medical association
Bannayan-Riley-Ruvalcaba syndrome a rare overgrowth syndrome and hamartomatous disorder with occurrence of multiple subcutaneous lipomas, macrocephaly and hemangiomas. developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
Alan Fersht British chemist human
Bruno Zumino Italian physicist human
Antarctic ice sheet polar ice cap polar ice cap
ice sheet
Ibrahim Njoya King of Bamum human
autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome autoimmune disease of endocrine system with auto-reactivity against endocrine organs class of disease
artesunate chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
Arthur Ashkin American physicist (1922-2020) human
Atholl Anderson New Zealand archaeologist and anthropologist human
Bamileke people ethnic group of West Province of Cameroon ethnic group
Bernard-Soulier syndrome Human disease class of disease
Bert W. O'Malley American endocrinologist human
argininemia urea cycle disorder that involves arginase deficiency resulting in elevated levels of plasma arginine rare disease
class of disease
Brent Dalrymple American geologist human
Alan B. Krueger American economist human
Castrum Anderitum 3rd century Roman fort in the province of Britannia castrum
archaeological site
ancient Roman structure
Charles David Allis American molecular biologist human
Amy Finkelstein American economist human
autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome type 2 An autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome that is characterized by abnormal functioning of the immune system that causes auto-reactivity against endocrine organs. It is more heterogeneous and has not been linked to one gene. class of disease
baby walker Trotteur (marche)
Ilka Agricola German mathematician human
Bioclipse chem- and bioinformatics software free software
Idun Reiten Norwegian mathematician human
avulsion fracture tearing away of a bone by physical trauma health problem
African Studies Centre Leiden institute for social-science research on Sub-Saharan Africa research institute
branchiootorenal syndrome autosomal dominant genetic disorder involving the kidneys, ears, and neck designated intractable/rare diseases
rare disease
class of disease
Chinese cobra species of reptile taxon
Charles Edward Hubbard English botanist (1900-1980) human
Chemistry Development Kit Java library for chem- and bioinformatics free and open-source software
Becker muscular dystrophy X-linked recessive inherited disorder characterized by slowly progressive muscle weakness of the legs and pelvis rare disease
muscular dystrophy
class of disease
Borrelia burgdorferi species of bacteria taxon
Chang Gung University A private university in Taoyuan City university
private university
Bernard Bachrach American historian human
Bruce Maslin Australian botanist human
Cahiers d'études africaines journal scientific journal
open-access journal
Carol S. Dweck American psychologist human
autosomal recessive polycystic kidney recessive form of polycystic kidney disease class of disease
Ilkka Hanski Finnish scientist human
beta thalassemia thalassemia characterized by the reduced or absent synthesis of the beta globin chains of hemoglobin disease
rare disease
class of disease
hyperpituitarism endocrine disease class of disease
arterial tortuosity syndrome connective tissue disease that is characterized by elongation and generalized tortuosity of the major arteries including the aorta disease
developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome type 1 autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome that is inherited in an autosomal recessive fashion, which is characterized by abnormal functioning of the immune system that causes auto-reactivity against endocrine organs rare disease
class of disease
adenylosuccinase lyase deficiency a rare autosomal recessive metabolic disorder rare disease
class of disease
Africa African studies academic journal scientific journal
African Affairs academic journal scientific journal
Albright's hereditary osteodystrophy osteochondrodysplasia that has material basis in lack of responsiveness to parathyroid hormone which results in shortening and widening of long bones of the located in hand or located in foot along with short stature, obesity, and rounded face rare disease
class of disease
Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center hospital in Missouri, United States hospital
NCI-designated Cancer Center
American Antiquity scholarly journal aimed towards archaeology history journal
archaeology journal
academic journal
Anders Krogh Danish bioinformatician human
Angelika Amon Austrian American molecular and cell biologist and academic human
Anthony Bean Australian botanist human
Archaeologia Cambrensis historical scholarly journal history journal
academic journal
archaeology journal
autoethnography qualitative research combining self-reflection and personal experience with wider cultural, political, and social issues
Bernard Hyland Australian botanist (1937- ) human
Bibliography of the Republican Party bibliography
Brain & Behavior Research Foundation non-profit organization in the USA charitable organization
nonprofit organization
Chelyabinsk meteorite fragments of the asteroid that exploded over Siberia on February 15, 2013 ordinary chondrite
Bureau of Public Affairs U.S. State Department division government agency
Buschke–Ollendorff syndrome medical condition class of disease
Carl Bergstrom theoretical and evolutionary biologist human
Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research FDA research center research center
United States federal agency
Barbara Lynette Rye Australian botanist (1952-) human
Hugh P. Possingham Conservation biologist human
Humoral immune deficiency medical condition
IA, The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology academic journal history journal
archaeology journal
altmetrics study of alternative metrics for analyzing and informing scholarship academic discipline
academic major
Alfonso Valencia Spanish biologist human
Idiopathic sclerosing mesenteritis medical condition class of disease
Childhood blindness medical condition
Barbara Iglewski American microbiologist human
Barbara York Main Australian arachnologist (1929-2019) human
Brian John Coppins British botanist and lichenologist human
Barry Conn Australian botanist (1948 - ) human
Charles M. Rice American virologist human
Biman Bagchi Indian Bengali chemist (born 1954) human
Biohub medical science research project research center
Ashish Jha Indian-American physician human
BioNTech Biotechnology company from Germany business
public company
I Promise School Public school in Akron, Ohio school
Ardem Patapoutian molecular biologist, neuroscientist, and Nobel laureate 2021 human
Bonnie Henry Provincial Health Officer of British Columbia, Canada human
Anne Wyllie New Zealand microbiologist and epidemiologist human
Caitlin Rivers American epidemiologist specializing in emerging infectious disease human
Anna's Archive search engine of shadow libraries website
shadow library
Ralph Steinman Canadian immunologist and cell biologist human
Peter Walter American biologist human
Plasmodium malariae parasitic protozoon that causes malaria in humans taxon
Plasmodium ovale species of parasitic protozoan taxon
Physarum polycephalum species of slime mold, model organism taxon
model organism
Opisthorchis viverrini species of trematode taxon
Oliver Smithies Biochemistry, genetics, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2007 human
Aaron Ciechanover Israeli biologist and Nobel Laureate human
Plasmodium knowlesi species of parasitic protist that can cause malaria taxon
Peter Suber American philosopher human
Plasmodium vivax species of malaria parasite taxon
Abraham Adrian Albert American mathematician (1905-1972) human
Peter van Nieuwenhuizen Dutch physicist human
radial neuropathy Human disease class of disease
renal artery obstruction narrowing of one of the renal arteries, most often caused by atherosclerosis or fibromuscular dysplasia class of disease
pulmonary valve stenosis Human disease class of disease
PEGylation chemical reaction chemical reaction
pharmaceutical process
pancreatic pseudocyst medical condition
Randy Schekman Nobel prize winning American cell biologist human
Omar M. Yaghi American chemist human
Northern birch mouse species of mammal taxon
presidential election election of any head of state whose official title is President
Organocatalysis Method in organic chemistry
Peter Murray-Rust English chemist and open knowledge activist human
Paul Graham Wilson Australian Botanist human
acrodermatitis enteropathica Human disease developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
Paul Cohn German mathematician (1924-2006) human
Nathan Jacobson American mathematician human
Philip J. Currie Canadian paleontologist and museum curator human
polyuria excessive or abnormally large production or passage of urine symptom or sign
abnormally high value
cor pulmonale human disease class of disease
oculocerebrorenal syndrome Human disease developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
nephronophthisis congenital disorder of urinary system class of disease
Norman I. Platnick American arachnologist human
René gerónimo favaloro Argentinian cardiologist (1923-2000) human
polyneuropathy peripheral system disease that is characterized by damage affecting peripheral nerves (peripheral neuropathy) in roughly the same areas on both sides of the body, featuring weakness, numbness, pins-and-needles, and burning pain class of disease
acute proliferative glomerulonephritis Human disease class of disease
oncolytic virus virus that preferentially infects and kills cancer cells
PLOS Genetics scientific journal scientific journal
academic journal
open-access journal
Orford Castle Grade I listed historic house museum in Suffolk Coastal, United Kingdom house museum
archaeological site
respiratory alkalosis Respiratory alkalosis is a medical condition in which increased respiration reduces the arterial levels of carbon dioxide that, in turn, elevates the blood pH beyond the normal range (7.35-7.45)
rib fracture break in a rib bone
NeuroImage academic journal scientific journal
open-access journal
open access policy policy requiring or recommending Open Access to scientific publications
Persi Diaconis American mathematician human
nephritic syndrome medical condition with the kidneys
Peter Hegemann German biophysicist human
neuromuscular disease neuropathy that affect the nerves that control the voluntary muscles class of disease
open knowledge set of principles and methodologies related to the production and distribution of knowledge works in an open manner scientific principle
Philippe Édouard Léon Van Tieghem French botanist and biologist (1839–1914) human
Adam White Scottish zoologist (1817–1878) human
Pevensey Castle medieval castle in a former Roman fort at Pevensey in the English county of East Sussex castle
archaeological site
oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy Oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy (OPMD) is an adult-onset progressive myopathy characterized by progressive eyelid ptosis, dysphagia, dysarthria and proximal limb weakness rare disease
class of disease
pyruvate kinase deficiency congenital nonspherocytic hemolytic anemia that has material basis in homozygous or compound heterozygous mutation in the PKLR gene on chromosome 1q22 rare disease
class of disease
protein S deficiency disorder associated with increased risk of venous thrombosis class of disease
Pardis C. Sabeti Iranian-American biologist, Harvard University human
renovascular hypertension Human disease disease
class of disease
Peter C. Fishburn American mathematician human
pheromone trap type of insect trap that uses pheromones to lure insects
Nezelof syndrome Human disease class of disease
perimysium histological term connective tissue
Chien Wei-zang Chinese scientist (1912-2010) human
pulmonary valve insufficiency disease that occurs when the pulmonary valve is not strong enough to prevent backflow into the right ventricle class of disease
Patricia Bergquist New Zealand zoologist, anatomist and biologist (1933-2009) human
17-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase deficiency human disease disease
developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
acral lentiginous melanoma kind of lentiginous skin melanoma class of disease
Phytotaxa scientific journal scientific journal
hybrid open access journal
National Institute for Materials Science research institute in Japan research institute
open-access publisher
National Research and Development Agency
Olga Kennard British crystallographer human
Olga Troyanskaya American academic human
Olokizumab chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
open-access repository freely accessible repository of research publications and data
Peter H. Gleick American scientist (1956-) human
Peter J. Hotez American vaccinologist human
Peter J. Stang German American chemist human
platelet storage pool deficiency Human disease disease
class of disease
pregnancy-associated malaria
Public Archaeology journal archaeology journal
Rachid Yazami Moroccan scientist human
kidney papillary necrosis Human disease class of disease
rhizomelic chondrodysplasia punctata Human disease class of disease
Richard B. Alley American geologist, author, and academic human
nasal polyps polypoidal masses head and neck disease
Paul Forster New Zealand-born Australian botanist (b. 1961) human
non-negative matrix factorization algorithms for matrix decomposition technique
Peter Mathieson English nephrologist human
Peter Diggle British statistician human
Pauline Ladiges Australian botanist (born 1948) human
Peter Wilfred James British lichenologist (1930-2014) human
2017 Uganda Marburg virus outbreak disease outbreak
Patricia Babbitt Professor at the University of California, San Francisco human
2018 Democratic Republic of the Congo Ebola virus outbreak disease outbreak
Plan S a plan for the future of open access in scholarly publishing document
open access policy
Nicky Best English statistician human
New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group UK government advisory group of the Department of Health and Social Care advisory board
Natalie E. Dean American biostatistician specializing in infectious disease epidemiology human
Abigail A. Salyers American microbiologist (1942-2013) human
nucleoside-modified messenger RNA chemically modified messenger RNA
phylogenetic reconciliation methodology
Pierre Ramond American physicist human
Stephan von Breuning Austrian entomologist (1894–1983) human
Stefan Hell director at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany human
Susumu Tonegawa Japanese biologist (1939 - ) human
Toxoplasma gondii obligate intracellular parasitic protozoan that causes toxoplasmosis taxon
Web 2.0 World Wide Web sites that use technology beyond the static pages of earlier Web sites trend
Stanley B. Prusiner Neurologist, biochemist human
West Nile virus species of virus taxon
The Washington Post daily broadsheet newspaper in Washington, D.C. daily newspaper
stereotype over-generalized belief about a particular category of people type of bias
Svante Pääbo Swedish geneticist (born 1955) human
vitamin D group of molecules used as vitamin Q56256086
1918-1920 flu pandemic influenza pandemic influenza pandemic
infectious disease
disease outbreak
zeolite tectosilicate mineral mineral subclass
zoonosis pathogenic disease that can be transmitted from one animal species to another (or human)
suffrage right to vote civil and political rights
voting method for a group such as a meeting or an electorate to make a decision or express an opinion
Yoruba people ethnic group of Nigeria, Benin and Togo ethnic group
Tutsi ethnic group inhabiting the African Great Lakes region ethnic group
transverse myelitis an inflammatory demyelinating disorder of the spinal cord, either idiopathic or secondary to a known cause physiological condition
class of disease
social media virtual online communities economic activity
Zika virus species of virus taxon
social norm informal understanding of acceptable conduct
Somalis ethnic group inhabiting the Horn of Africa ethnic group
sputum mucus that is coughed up from the lower airways symptom or sign
witchcraft practice of magical skills and abilities intentional human activity
tax haven country or place with low taxes for foreign investors tax avoidance
physical location
pedogenesis soil forming processes
zooarchaeology branch of archaeology that studies remains of animals from archaeological sites archaeological sub-discipline
branch of zoology
Winston Ponder New Zealand /Australian zoologist and malacologist human
United States Department of Agriculture department of United States government ministry of agriculture
United States federal executive department
United States federal agency
user-generated content online content created by users
thrombocytopenia blood platelet disease characterized by a low platelet count rare disease
class of disease
symptom or sign
mosquito net fine net used to exclude mosquitos and other biting insects
Tswana people ethnic group ethnic group
University of Warwick university in Coventry, United Kingdom public research university
higher education institution
open-access publisher
educational organization
Wallace Smith Broecker American geochronologist and oceanographer human
Swazi people ethnic group of Eswatini, Mozambique, South Africa, and Zimbabwe ethnic group
United States Department of Health and Human Services department of the US federal government ministry of health
United States federal executive department
suicidal ideation Thoughts, ideas, or ruminations about the possibility of ending one's life symptom
University of Bradford University in Bradford, United Kingdom public university
educational institution
educational organization
Thomas Piketty French economist human
WhatsApp Meta Platforms-owned mobile instant messenger and social media service online service
instant messaging client
mobile app
Tohoku University Higher education institution in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan university
national university
Thomas E. Starzl American physician (1926-2017) human
vascular disease cardiovascular system disease that primarily affects the blood vessels class of disease
transfection planned process of introducing nucleic acids into living cells
Kennedy disease Kennedy's disease, also known as bulbospinal muscular atrophy (BSMA), is a rare X-linked recessive motor neuron disease characterized by proximal and bulbar muscle wasting designated intractable/rare diseases
rare disease
class of disease
Tasuku Honjo Japanese doctors and medical scientists (1942-) human
trophic cascade phenomenon
multi-armed bandit reinforcement learning problem exemplifying the exploration–exploitation tradeoff
Somali literature literary works in the Somali language sub-set of literature
Nancy Reid Canadian statistician, University of Toronto human
Tax inversion corporate move to a lower tax jurisdiction
monkeypox virus species of the genus Orthopoxvirus taxon
Morten P. Meldal Danish chemist (born 1954) human
Speculum American quarterly academic journal history journal
W. Ian Lipkin professor, microbiologist, epidemiologist human
Ōsumi Yoshinori Japanese molecular biologist (1945 - ) human
Zhong Nanshan Chinese pulmonologist human
vasodilation increase in the internal diameter of blood vessels due to relaxation of smooth muscle cells biological process
Western African Ebola virus epidemic 2014-15 Ebola virus disease epidemic in West Africa epidemic
public health emergency of international concern
disease outbreak
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Ethiopian microbiologist, malaria researcher, and politician, Director-General of the World Health Organization human
species richness ecological concept
Monique Ryan Australian paediatric neurologist and politician human
Timnit Gebru computer scientist, specialising in AI ethics human
Multi-agent reinforcement learning sub-field of reinforcement learning
Nancy E. Messonnier American medical epidemiologist at the CDC human
ZyCoV-D DNA vaccine against COVID-19 vaccine type
BBIBP-CorV Chinese inactivated virus candidate vaccine against COVID-19
Anhui Zhifei Longcom Biopharmaceutical COVID-19 vaccine candidate candidate vaccine against COVID-19
Gam-COVID-Vac Russian viral vector vaccine based on human adenovirus
UB-612 experimental COVID-19 vaccine funded product
V451 experimental vaccine targeting SARS-CoV-2 experimental drug
clinical trial
vaccine type
variant of SARS-CoV-2 variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus with a different genetic sequence
Valneva COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
SOBERANA 02 vaccine against COVID-19
WIBP-CorV vaccine against COVID-19
Vabiotech COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
VBI-2902 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Use and development of software for COVID-19 pandemic mitigation
Walvax COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
West China Hospital COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19 COVID-19 vaccine
TURKOVAC vaccine candidate against COVID-19
V-01 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
SKYCovione vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Najla Bouden Tunisian engineer, academic and politician human
Vaxart COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Stemirna COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Sinopharm CNBG COVID-19 vaccine vaccine against COVID-19
South Africa country in southern Africa sovereign state
YouTube video-sharing platform owned by Google video streaming service
online video platform
Twitter American social networking site social networking service
mobile app
Sudan country in Northeast Africa republic
sovereign state
rump state
Wikidata free knowledge graph hosted by Wikimedia and edited by volunteers Wikimedia content project
semantic wiki
wiki with script conversion
MediaWiki website
knowledge base
online database
knowledge graph
crowdsourced project
self-depicting entity
Uta Frith German developmental psychologist human
mouthguard protective device for the mouth
Somali Afroasiatic language belonging to the Cushitic branch language
modern language
transition metal series of chemical elements
Wolof language of Senegal, the Gambia, and Mauritania language
modern language
United States presidential election type of election in the United States recurring event
class of election
Julius Weise German entomologist (1844–1925) human
Max Burret German botanist (1883-1964) human
Shinya Yamanaka Japanese doctor and medical scientist (1962-) human
Jonathan Bowen British computer scientist human
Michael Rossmann German-American physicist and microbiologist human
Jean-Marie Lehn French chemist human
Klaus Hasselmann German oceanographer, climate modeller, and Physics Nobel Prize Laureate in 2021 human
Kurt Wüthrich Swiss chemist human
Michael Grätzel Swiss chemist (1944-) human
Johannes V. Jensen Danish author (1873-1950) human
Jane Luu Vietnamese American astronomer human
schistosomiasis human disease infectious disease
class of disease
Jeong Yak-yong Korean scholar and philosopher human
M. Stanley Whittingham Nobel laureate in chemistry & American chemist human
Louis Ignarro American physiologist human
Joseph Silk British-American astronomer human
Lewis Binford American archaeologist (1931-2011) human
Jiří Matoušek Czech mathematician (b.1963) human
Kevin Thiele Australian botanist (1959- ) human
Michael E. Mann American physicist and climatologist human
Bungarus multicinctus species of reptile taxon
Shona people Bantu ethnic group native to southern Africa ethnic group
Journal of Chemical Education peer-reviewed scientific journal scientific journal
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski Polish-American chemist famous for discovering 'Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization' (ATRP) technique for polymer synthesis human
Martin Karplus Austrian-born American theoretical chemist human
Metal-organic framework class of chemical substance
self-assembly Process of a disordered system forming organized structures without external direction.
Simon Baron-Cohen British psychologist and author human
Joshua Angrist Israeli-American economist human
Karl Deisseroth optogeneticist human
Journal of Virology journal scientific journal
delayed open access journal
academic journal
hypochondroplasia osteochondrodysplasia that has material basis in mutation in the FGFR3 gene which affects ossification of cartilage and results in short limb dwarfism rare disease
class of disease
Keith Edward Bullen Mathematician and geophysicist (1906-1976) human
Ixodes scapularis parasit ixodes scapularis taxon
limb-girdle muscular dystrophy muscular dystrophy characterized by weakening of the muscles of the hip and shoulders which comprise the limb girdle muscles class of disease
lupus nephritis inflammation of the kidneys class of disease
Michael Kremer American development economist human
Linnean Medal award made annually to alternately a botanist or a zoologist science award
ImageJ image processing software Java software library
free software
image processing software
medieval archaeology archaeological sub-discipline archaeological sub-discipline
Marcia McNutt American geophysicist human
Jean Weissenbach French geneticist human
Kim Nasmyth British biochemist human
L'Oréal-UNESCO Award For Women in Science scientific award science award
Margaret G. Kivelson American geophysicist, planetary scientist human
Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid article published 1953 describing the structure of DNA scholarly article
Michael Houghton virologist human
Milo Aukerman American singer scientist human
Mark W. Chase British botanist human
Ian Brooker Australian botanist (1934-2016) human
Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling peer-reviewed scientific journal scientific journal
Ixodes holocyclus species of arachnid taxon
Jean-Pierre Sauvage French nanotechnologist human
Kelly DeVries American military historian human
Mark S. Harvey Australian arachnologist human
immune dysregulation-polyendocrinopathy-enteropathy-X-linked syndrome hypersensitivity reaction type II disease characterized by onset in infancy of refractory diarrhea, endocrinopathies, type 1 diabetes mellitus, and dermatitis that has material basis in mutation in the FOXP3 gene on chromosome Xp11 genetic disease
class of disease
Michael D. Crisp Australian botanist human
Mary Douglas Tindale Australian botanist (1920-2011) human
Marco F. Duretto Australian botanist human
Johan Rockström Swedish hydrologist human
Jackson–Weiss syndrome disease disease
developmental defect during embryogenesis
class of disease
James L. McGaugh American neuroscientist human
John Ioannidis professor and chairman at the Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology human
Journal of Medieval History journal history journal
Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard Danish astronomer human
Karl J. Friston British neuroscientist human
Kate O'Brien pediatric infectious disease physician, epidemiologist, and vaccinologist human
licence to crenellate formal permission to build a fortification license
Lyndley Alan Craven Australian botanist (1945-2014) human
Marcus E. Raichle neuroscientist human
Mark Bender Gerstein American Bioinformatician human
Mark Z. Jacobson American climate- and energy scientist and professor at Stanford University human
Michael R. Hayden South African - Canadian physician human
Shiva Ayyadurai Indian inventor human
Maarten J.M. Christenhusz Dutch botanist human
sewage wastewater generated from domestic greywater and blackwater
Lauren Berlant American academic and cultural theorist human
Mariana Mazzucato Italian-American economist, professor (University College London) human
Margaret Brimble New Zealand chemist human
Mason Ellsworth Hale American lichenologist (1928-1990) human
John Alan Elix Australian lichenologist, chemist human
ISCB Fellow Fellow of the International Society of Computational Biology (ISCB) fellowship
Michal Linial Israeli computational biologist human
Joachim Frank German-born American biophysicist and Nobel laureate human
sealioning type of trolling or harassment
Initiative for Open Citations collaboration between scholarly publishers, researchers, and other interested parties to promote the unrestricted availability of scholarly citation data organization
Jean-Jacques Muyembe-Tamfum congolese virologist human
knowledge graph information repository structured as a graph
Shi Zhengli Chinese virologist (1964-) human
Jemma L Geoghegan researcher human
Kimberly Prather American atmospheric chemist human
Jadranka Travaš-Sejdić New Zealand scientist working on conductive polymers human
Katie Bouman American engineer and computer scientist human
Megxit 2020 relinquishment of "senior" royal status by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex occurrence
McGill School of Architecture architectural school in Montreal, Canada architecture school
academic department
Kami Kandola Canadian doctor, Chief Public Health Officer for Northwest Territories human
June Raine chief executive of the MHRA human
Ian Town Chief Science Advisor to the Ministry of Health in New Zealand human
J. Horace Round English historian and genealogist human
Semantic Web extension of the Web to facilitate data exchange information system
Ernst Witt German mathematician human
Erwin Neher German biophysicist human
Gerald Teschl Austrian mathematician human
Gottfried Köthe German mathematician (1905-1989) human
Franz-Ulrich Hartl German chemist human
David Marr British neuroscientist and psychologist human
Françoise Barré-Sinoussi French virologist and Nobel laureate, co-discoverer of HIV human
engram hypothetical means by which memory traces are stored
excimer laser type of ultraviolet laser important in chip manufacturing and eye surgery
H. Robert Horvitz American biologist human
Daniel Z. Freedman American physicist human
Daniel Quillen American mathematician human
Helen Caldicott Australian physician, author and anti-nuclear advocate human
directed evolution method used in protein engineering that mimics the process of natural selection to steer proteins or nucleic acids toward a user-defined goal
glycogen storage disease III human disease rare disease
class of disease
Hyman Bass American mathematician human
George Robert Waterhouse English scientist human
Frederick William Hope English entomologist (1797-1862) human
Gérard Mourou French physicist human
Daniel Pauly Canadian biologist human
glycogen catabolic process The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of glycogen, a polydisperse, highly branched glucan composed of chains of D-glucose residues biological process
fat embolism type of embolism
hydrofluorocarbon halocarbon compounds in which fluorine replaces some hydrogen structural class of chemical entities
Harold E. Puthoff American physicist human
Disko Bay bay bay
Coxsackievirus virus that causes digestive upset and sometimes heart damage organisms known by a particular common name
David Card Canadian economist (1956-) human
Donald Metcalf Australian medical researcher (1929-2014) human
Edward C. T. Chao U. S. Geological Survey human
congenital muscular dystrophy human disease class of disease
Emery-Dreifuss muscular dystrophy muscular dystrophy that chiefly affects muscles used for movement (skeletal) and heart (cardiac) muscle rare disease
class of disease
empty sella syndrome endocrine disease rare disease
class of disease
hemophilia C human disease rare disease
class of disease
symptom or sign
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center cancer research institute in Seattle, Washington, United States research institute
nonprofit organization
hepatectomy surgical excision of all or part of the liver surgical operation
Gregg L. Semenza American physician and university teacher, Nobel laureate in Medicine human
Hans Clevers Dutch geneticist, immunologist human
hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsies peripheral neuropathy developmental defect during embryogenesis
class of disease
hyper IgM syndrome primary immune deficiency disorders characterized by defective CD40 signaling disease
rare disease
class of disease
Hindawi Publishing Corporation Egyptian scientific publisher publisher
open-access publisher
academic publisher
Ewine van Dishoeck Dutch astronomer and chemist human
Fukuyama congenital muscular dystrophy Human disease rare disease
class of disease
eLife journal scientific journal
academic journal
open-access journal
medical journal
hemophilia A X-linked disease that has material basis in Factor VIII deficiency, which results in the formation of fibrin deficient clots which makes coagulation much more prolonged class of disease
symptom or sign
hemophilia B An inherited blood coagulation disease that has material basis in Factor IX deficiency, which makes coagulation much more prolonged. The disease is inherited as an X-linked recessive trait. class of disease
Emory National Primate Research Center primate research branch of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Primate Research Centers
research institute
Herbert G. Baker botanist (1920-2001) human
Deganwy Castle castle in Wales castle
archaeological site
Ectomycorrhiza non-penetrative symbiotic association between a fungus and the roots of a vascular plant
constrictive pericarditis heart disorder in which the pericardial sac becomes thickened and fibrotic, tightening the myocardium and impeding the normal myocardial function class of disease
epicuticular wax in plants wax coating on the plant cuticle
hemopericardium pericardial effusion that results from blood in the pericardial sac class of disease
endomysium wispy layer of areolar connective tissue connective tissue
Gordon Herriot Cunningham New Zealand mycologist and plant pathologist (1892–1962) human
cytomegalovirus retinitis retinitis that has material basis in Cytomegalovirus class of disease
François Pellegrin French botanist (1881–1965) human
Diane E. Griffin biologist human
congenital hyperinsulinism genetic disease genetic disease
class of disease
Cyrus Chothia biochemist (1942 - 2019) human
data sharing practice of making data available to others intentional human activity
David Carpenter British historian human
David J. Lipman American biologist human
David Mabberley British botanist human
David MacMillan British chemist (1968-) human
David Serwadda Ugandan physician human
Dianne Edwards Welsh palaeobotanist (1942- ) human
Eleanor A. Maguire Irish neuropsychologist human
Epidemic Intelligence Service organization educational institution
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development human development research institute of the U.S. National Institutes of Health research institute
United States federal agency
Eve Marder American neuroscientist human
Fed model theory of equity valuation financial term
Flora Nwapa Nigerian writer human
Gail Trimble British academic and quiz show competitor human
Galveston National Laboratory high security National Biocontainment Laboratory hospital
George Q. Daley medical academic human
Georgina M. Mace British ecologist (1953–2020) human
Harvey J. Alter American medical researcher human
History Workshop Journal journal (1995-2011) periodical
history journal
Huntsman Cancer Institute cancer research facility and hospital located on the campus of the University of Utah university hospital
medical organization
Fosun Pharmaceutical Chinese pharmaceutical company business
public company
Henrietta H. Fore Executive Director of UNICEF, international development executive human
Geraldine A. Allen Canadian botanist (born 1950) human
Guido Imbens Dutch American econometrician human
favipiravir experimental antiviral drug with potential activity against RNA viruses chemical compound
type of chemical entity
Gan Yang Chinese political philosopher human
Ebola virus disease treatment research
George Davey Smith British epidemiologist human
Hinke Maria Osinga Dutch mathematician in New Zealand human
Helge Thorsten Lumbsch German lichenologist (born 1964) human
David John Galloway New Zealand botanist and lichenologist (1942-2014) human
Grace Macurdy American classical philologist (1866-1946) human
Edward C. Holmes Professor of Biology and Medicine at the University of Sydney human
Derrick Rossi Canadian stem cell biologist human
George Smith Nobel prize winning US chemist human
Devi Sridhar global public health researcher human
Extinction symbol symbol representing threat of mass extinction symbol
creative work
Holly Lawford-Smith researcher and academic human
Helen Petousis-Harris New Zealand vaccinologist human
everything bubble 2020–2021 correlated bubble in asset prices economic bubble
David Eisenbud American mathematician human
Reinhard Genzel German astronomer human
pollen fine to coarse powder containing the microgametophytes of seed plants
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine one of five Nobel Prizes established in 1895 by Alfred Nobel science award
Rudolf Jaenisch German geneticist human
radio-frequency identification technology using electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects
Paul Lauterbur American chemist human
open educational resource educational materials that can be freely used and reused
portal hypertension hypertension in the hepatic portal system class of disease
Paul Josef Crutzen Dutch climatologist human
San Francisco Chronicle newspaper serving the San Francisco Bay area daily newspaper
wood pellet biofuels made from compressed organic matter or biomass
open hardware hardware whose design documents are openly accessible to and modifiable by others
Pygmy people ethnic group whose average height is unusually short ethnic group
Paul Erdős Hungarian mathematician (1913–1996) human
Nnamdi Azikiwe first president of Nigeria (1904-1996) human
quarantine epidemiological intervention of restriction on the movement of people and goods, which is intended to prevent the spread of infectious disease or pests public health intervention
San Andreas Fault geological fault fault
Roger Penrose English mathematical physicist, recreational mathematician and philosopher human
reliability of Wikipedia overview about the reliability of Wikipedia reliability
offshore financial centre Corporate and traditional tax havens geographic location
positron emission tomography medicine imaging technique medical test
Nineteen Eighty-Four dystopian novel written by George Orwell literary work
peer review evaluation of work by one or more people of similar competence to the producers of the work
open access free distribution of knowledge group action
social movement
access restriction
prosopagnosia inability to recognize familiar faces class of disease
random forest statistical algorithm that is used to cluster points of data in functional groups algorithm
Sandra Faber American astrophysicist human
PubChem chemical information database chemical database
biological database
data library
phenotypic plasticity the ability of an organism to change its phenotype in response to the environment phenomenon
color in nature
open science science that uses open practices social movement
open data data that is openly accessible and usable to others notion
field of work
Plasmodium falciparum species of malaria parasite taxon
Michael Roger Oldfield Thomas British mammalogist (1858–1929) human
Oromo people ethnic group in Ethiopia, with several subcategories ethnic group
ontology specification of a conceptualization in computer science and information science
occupational burnout type of work-related stress, with symptoms characterized by feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; increased mental distance from one’s job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one's job; and reduced professional efficacy syndrome
politics of the United States overview of political matters in the United States of America
People's Action Party political party in Singapore political party
popular music music genres distributed to large audiences and considered to have wide appeal music genre
phencyclidine organic compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
perfluorooctanoic acid chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
pyrimethamine chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
Richard Bowdler Sharpe British ornithologist (1847-1909) human
Peter Piot Belgian microbiologist known for research into Ebola and AIDS human
Samuel Goudsmit Dutch physicist human
Common Coquí species of amphibian taxon
Richard Lewontin American evolutionary biologist and mathematician (1929–2021) human
political campaign attempt to influence the decision making process within a specific group
O Globo Brazilian daily newspaper newspaper
daily newspaper
Newspaper of record
chronic wasting disease animal disease class of disease
pityriasis rosea type of skin rash class of disease
symptom or sign
pulmonary hypertension medical condition class of disease
symptom or sign
open-source software software whose source code is available under an open source license
collective action action taken together by a group of people whose goal is to enhance their status and achieve a common objective
O Estado de São Paulo Brazilian daily newspaper daily newspaper
Newspaper of record
Robin Dunbar British anthropologist and evolutionary psychologist human
Chris Dobson British chemist (1949-2019) human
chronic pancreatitis human disease disease
Peter J. Ratcliffe British biologist & Nobel laureate in medicine human
Philippa Marrack United States-based English biologist and immunologist human
RNA sequencing process of cloning, physical mapping, subcloning, sequencing, and information analysis of an RNA sequence
Nigel Owens Welsh rugby union referee human
Rita R. Colwell American microbiologist human
open source freely available source code, design documents or content source for possible modification and redistribution to the public copyright status
chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis human disease rare disease
class of disease
Richard W. Wrangham British Primatologist human
complement deficiency primary immunodeficiency disease that is the result in a mutation of a gene encoding one of the thirty complement system proteins, produced predominantly in liver, which function to defend against infection and produce inflammation class of disease
congenital dyserythropoietic anemia congenital hemolytic anemia characterized by ineffective erythropoiesis, and resulting from a decrease in the number of red blood cells (RBCs) in the body and a less than normal quantity of hemoglobin in the blood designated intractable/rare diseases
rare disease
class of disease
autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease congenital disorder of urinary system designated intractable/rare diseases
class of disease
VSV-EBOV experimental vaccine against Ebola virus disease vaccine type
Nollywood sobriquet of Nigerian cinema byname
film industry
Christine Orengo Professor of Bioinformatics human
presidency of Donald Trump United States presidential administration of Donald Trump (2017–2021) presidential term
remdesivir chemical compound and antiviral drug chemical compound
antiviral drug
type of chemical entity
predatory publishing business practice
Sarah Gilbert British vaccinologist human
Rochelle P. Walensky American medical scientist human
Peter Daszak zoologist, disease ecologist human
SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 group or class of strains
Operation Warp Speed US government public–private partnership to facilitate development, manufacturing, and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics task force
public–private partnership
AZD1222 viral vector vaccine for prevention of COVID-19 funded product
NVX-CoV2373 vaccine against COVID-19 funded product
SCB-2019 candidate vaccine against COVID-19 funded product
vaccine type
tozinameran mRNA vaccine against COVID-19 from BioNTech in cooperation with Pfizer funded product
SARS-CoV-2 Alpha variant variant of SARS-CoV-2 group or class of strains
variant of concern
variant of SARS-CoV-2
comparison of user features of messaging platforms communications protocol for message-oriented middleware
QazCovid-in vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Sanofi–GSK COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Sanofi–Translate Bio COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Razi Cov Pars vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Noora vaccine candidate against COVID-19
ReCOV vaccine candidate against COVID-19
S-268019 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
SCTV01C vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Rosalind Franklin British chemist, biophysicist, and X-ray crystallographer human
Phragmites australis species of plant (Phragmites) taxon
herbaceous plant
political science scientific study of politics academic major
academic discipline
robotic arm type of mechanical arm with similar functions to a human arm
pH measure of the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution acidity function
measurement scale
Sator Square word square containing a five-word Latin palindrome palindrome
word square
Harald zur Hausen German virologist and professor emeritus human
dendrochronology method of dating based on the analysis of patterns of tree rings determination method
Bison bonasus species of mammal taxon
endocarditis endocardium disease characterized by inflammation of the endocardium of the heart chambers and valves class of disease
symptom or sign
Golgi apparatus cell organelle that packages proteins for export cellular component
Geoffrey Hinton British-Canadian computer scientist and psychologist human
Frank Wilczek physicist human
Gerd Gigerenzer German psychologist human
Didier Queloz Swiss astronomer human
Drosophila melanogaster species of fly taxon
model organism
Entamoeba histolytica anaerobic parasitic protozoan taxon
Neisseria gonorrhoeae species of bacterium taxon
homelessness circumstance when people desire a permanent dwelling but do not have one
dyslexia specific learning disability characterized by troubles with reading disease
learning disability
reading disability
class of disease
Herero people ethnic group Hirtenvolk
hyperopia visual defect which causes to see the far objects clearly and near objects unclearly class of disease
symptom or sign
fullerene class of allotropes of carbon group or class of chemical substances
herbicide chemical used to kill unwanted plants
encephalitis acute inflammation of the brain with flu-like symptoms disease
class of disease
symptom or sign
Edward Witten American theoretical physicist human
Fulbe people ethnic group in the Sahel from Senegal, east to Cameroon people
ethnic group
digital library online database of digital objects stored in electronic media formats and accessible via computers type of library
ecological footprint individual's or a group's human demand on nature concept
diffusion of innovations theory theory
hepatitis E Human disease infectious disease
notifiable disease
class of disease
Herbert Boyer American researcher and businessman human
nephritis inflammation of the kidneys class of disease
symptom or sign
gabapentin anticonvulsant medication for seizures and pain chemical compound
Gamma-amino acids
type of chemical entity
Esther Duflo French-American economist human
Dengue virus cause of dengue fever taxon
deep brain stimulation surgical treatment involving the implantation of a medical device called a brain pacemaker
dysautonomia any disease or malfunction of the autonomic nervous system rare disease
neurological disorder
digital preservation formal endeavor to ensure that digital information of continuing value remains accessible, trustworthy, and usable
Dunning–Kruger effect cognitive bias in which incompetent people tend to assess themselves as skilled cognitive bias
George M. Whitesides American chemist and professor of chemistry human
herd immunity protection from infectious disease that occurs when a sufficient fraction of a population has become immune (through vaccination or previous infections) threshold effect
hillfort type of earthworks used as a fortified refuge or defended settlement
National University of La Plata public university in Argentina university
open-access publisher
neurofibromatoses human diseases designated intractable/rare diseases
rare disease
class of disease
symptom or sign
Endel Tulving Estonian psychologist and neuroscientist human
hemopoiesis formation of blood cellular components biological process
Dover Castle medieval castle in Dover, Kent, England castle
archaeological site
history museum
Eric Lander director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy and Science Advisor to the President human
eye tracking measuring the point of gaze or motion of an eye relative to the head
digital humanities an area of scholarly activity at the intersection of computing or digital technologies and the disciplines of the humanities branch of science
academic discipline
deep sea deepest layer of the oceans part
educational software software used in education software category
diabetic nephropathy disease disease
Denis Mukwege Congolese gynecologist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate human
electronic publishing publishing and disseminating documents via electronic means
Elwood Zimmerman American entomologist (1912-2004) human
hepatomegaly symptom symptom or sign
extracorporeal membrane oxygenation extracorporeal technique of providing both cardiac and respiratory support
grave good objects placed intentionally in a grave concept
Folha de S. Paulo Brazilian daily newspaper daily newspaper
online newspaper
Newspaper of record
emergency management discipline of dealing with and avoiding both natural and man-made disasters, with the goal of reducing the harmful effects specialty
academic discipline
type of management
Gilbert Percy Whitley Australian ichthyologist and entomologist (1903-1975) human
Greg Winter British biochemist human
high-intensity interval training exercise strategy alternating periods of short intense anaerobic exercise with less-intense recovery periods
neurotoxicity toxic effects on the nervous system
Ebola vaccine vaccine to prevent Ebola vaccine type
Frances Arnold Nobel prize winning US scientist and engineer human
Federal Register official journal of the U.S. Federal Government government gazette
scientific journal
Greenspan put Monetary policy tool of the Federal Reserve financial term
HIV/AIDS in India disease by country disease by country or region
history of the United States Democratic Party aspect of U.S. political history aspect of history
National Scientific and Technical Research Council Argentine research council research council
open-access publisher
gender bias on Wikipedia Gender gap problem in Wikipedia and Wikimedia projects systemic bias
gender bias
gender gap
Emmanuelle Charpentier French microbiologist and biochemist human
Donna Zuckerberg American classicist, editor-in-chief of Eidolon human
Fernando Simón Spanish physician human
Neil Ferguson British epidemiologist human
Donna Strickland Canadian physicist, 2018 Nobel laurate human
Drew Weissman American medical academic human
GRAd-COV2 experimental COVID-19 vaccine vaccine type
EpiVacCorona experimental Russian COVID-19 vaccine
HGC019 candidate vaccine against COVID-19
DelNS1-2019-nCoV-RBD-OPT vaccine candidate against COVID-19
GX-19 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
EuCorVac-19 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
FAKHRAVAC vaccine candidate against COVID-19 vaccine type
Facebook American online social media and social networking service social networking service
mobile app
social media
feces solid or semisolid remains of the food that passes through the bowel, from any animal biogenic substance type
class of anatomical entity
Democratic Republic of the Congo country in Central Africa sovereign state
Eritrea country in the Horn of Africa republic
sovereign state
Narendra Modi 14th Prime Minister of India human
globalisation process of international integration arising from world views, products, ideas, and other aspects of culture social theory
drinking water water safe for consumption
newspaper scheduled publication containing news of events, articles, features, editorials, and advertising product category
Harvard University private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts private university
research university
Colonial Colleges
private not-for-profit educational institution
Elizabeth Blackburn Australian-born American biological researcher human
Denmark country in Northern Europe state
colonial power
autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark
country bordering the Baltic Sea
Ethiopia country in the Horn of Africa sovereign state
landlocked country
public election process by which a population chooses the holder of a public office
Ginkgo biloba species of plant, ginkgo taxon
extrasolar planet any planet beyond the Solar System astronomical object type
Hans Magnus Enzensberger German writer and editor (1929–2022) human
Hausa Chadic language spoken by the Hausa people language
modern language
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health United States government agency for preventing work-related health and safety problems government agency
fatty acid carboxylic acid with a long aliphatic chain, either saturated or unsaturated structural class of chemical entities
Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard German biologist (1995 Nobel Prize) human
Anton Zeilinger Austrian quantum physicist human
Caenorhabditis elegans free-living species of nematode taxon
model organism
cholangiocarcinoma bile duct adenocarcinoma that has material basis in bile duct epithelial cells. class of disease
Chlamydia trachomatis species of bacterium taxon
tricarboxylic acid cycle metabolic pathway biological process
coma state of unconsciousness symptom or sign
azithromycin chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
breastfeeding feeding of babies and young children with milk from a woman's breast nutrition
academic discipline
bioluminescence The production of light by certain enzyme-catalyzed reactions in cells. biological process
color in nature
Brian Schmidt American-born Australian astrophysicist human
African trypanosomiasis parasitic disease infectious disease
class of disease
coma cloud of gas or a trail around a comet or asteroid
Aaron Swartz American computer programmer and internet-political activist (1986-2013) human
Abhijit Banerjee Indian American economist human
Alain Aspect French physicist human
cinema of Africa history and present of cinema in Africa cinema by country or region
amlodipine pair of enantiomers group of stereoisomers
CRISPR family of DNA sequence found in prokaryotic organisms
chloroquine chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
ceramide compound from a family of lipid compounds structural class of chemical entities
anosmia the inability to smell symptom or sign
Asian tiger mosquito species of insect taxon
Andrea M. Ghez American astronomer human
antimalarial agents used in the treatment of malaria
apomixis replacement of the normal sexual reproduction by asexual reproduction, without fertilization
aortic valve stenosis aortic valve disease that has physical basis in incomplete opening of the aortic valve developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
Alfred Sturtevant American biologist (1891–1970) human
coprolite fossilized feces
Anthony Fauci American immunologist and head of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases human
DNA vaccine novel type of vaccine vaccine type
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention United States government public health agency United States federal agency
open-access publisher
cholangitis bile duct disease that is an inflammation of the bile duct class of disease
symptom or sign
aortic valve insufficiency aortic valve disease that is characterized by leaking of the aortic valve of the heart causes blood to flow in the reverse direction during ventricular diastole, from the aorta into the left ventricle class of disease
chemotaxis the directed movement of a motile cell or organism, or the directed growth of a cell guided by a specific chemical concentration gradient. Movement may be towards a higher concentration (positive chemotaxis) or towards a lower concentration (negative biological process
community development communities taking collective action to solve common problems
Ashoke Sen Indian physicist human
bathymetry study of underwater depth of lake or ocean floors
cardiomyopathy heart disease and a myopathy that is characterised by deterioration of the function of the heart muscle clinical sign
class of disease
biomarker indicator of a biological state or condition
brain–computer interface connection between brain and computer peripheral
basic reproduction number metric in epidemiology showing average measure of a pathogen’s infectiousness
biochar lightweight black residue, made of carbon and ashes, after pyrolysis of biomass soil conditioner
chlorofluorocarbon hydrocarbon derivative that contains only carbon, chlorine and fluorine structural class of chemical entities
Christian Drosten German virologist and university teacher human
contact tracing process of finding and identifying people in close contact with someone who is infected with a transmissible pathogen
Aedes aegypti mosquito species, a vector for diseases including yellow fever and Zika fever taxon
David Julius American physiologist and Nobel laureate 2021 human
carbon nanotube allotropes of carbon with a cylindrical nanostructure
attenuated vaccine vaccine that uses a weakened (or attenuated) form of the germ that causes a disease vaccine type
Chair of the Federal Reserve American government office position
public office
cerebrovascular disease artery disease that is characterized by dysfunction of the blood vessels supplying the brain class of disease
community health field of public health focusing on the health of communities academic discipline
academic publishing subfield of publishing which distributes academic research and scholarship
apoptotic process programmed cell death in multicellular organisms biological process
carbon sequestration process of long-term carbon capture branch of science
climate change mitigation
Cindy Kiro New Zealand Governor-General, former academic and social justice advocate human
Deborah L. Birx American physician and diplomat human
Allison McGeer Canadian infectious disease specialist human
Abiy Ahmed Ali Prime Minister of Ethiopia since 2018 human
Ayushman Bharat Yojana health programme in India publicly funded health care
Union Government scheme
universal health care
Chris Whitty British physician and epidemiologist human
Azra Ghani British epidemiologist and researcher human
COVID-19 pandemic ongoing global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic
public health emergency of international concern
disease outbreak
complex emergency
COVID-19 pandemic in the United States ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in the United States disease outbreak
state of emergency
COVID-19 respiratory syndrome and infectious disease in humans, caused by SARS coronavirus 2 emerging communicable disease
atypical pneumonia
class of disease
Bruce Aylward Canadian physician, epidemiologist, Senior Advisor to the Director-General, WHO human
Ayesha Verrall New Zealand infectious diseases expert human
Ad5-nCoV Chinese adenovirus-based vaccine against COVID-19
zorecimeran candidate vaccine against COVID-19 funded product
Medicago Inc. COVID-19 vaccine candidate candidate vaccine against COVID-19 vaccine type
Covaxin / BBV152 vaccine against COVID-19
BriLife experimental COVID-19 vaccine funded product
COVIran Barekat COVID-19 vaccine developed by Iranian state-owned Shifa Pharmed Industrial Group
CoviVac vaccine rusa vaccine type
Corbevax candidate vaccine against COVID-19
Abdala vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Bangavax vaccine candidate against COVID-19
COVI-VAC candidate vaccine against COVID-19
ARCT-154 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
COVAX-19 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
AdCLD-CoV19 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
COH04S1 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Carl Sagan American astrophysicist, cosmologist and author (1934–1996) human
black hole astronomical object so massive, that anything falling into it, including light, cannot escape its gravity astronomical object type
Albert Einstein German-born theoretical physicist; developer of the theory of relativity (1879–1955) human
Burundi sovereign state in Africa sovereign state
landlocked country
Cape Verde sovereign state comprising ten islands off the Western coast of Africa sovereign state
island country
archipelagic state
benzene hydrocarbon compound consisting of a 6-sided ring chemical compound
type of chemical entity
Ada Yonath Israeli chemist human
Carolyn Bertozzi American chemist (born 1966) human
abortion intentional ending of a pregnancy medical procedure type
antibiotic drug used in the treatment and prevention of bacterial infections class of chemical entities with similar applications or functions
Carol Greider American molecular biologist and Nobel laureate human
Akihito Emperor of Japan from 1989 to 2019 human
Autonomous University of Barcelona public university in Catalonia, Spain public university
open-access publisher
CNN American news channel United States cable news
specialty channel
news website
Columbia University private university in New York City private university
research university
Colonial Colleges
private not-for-profit educational institution
geographic location
child mortality death rate of infants and young children
Klaus von Klitzing German Physicist human
The MIT Press American university press university press
book publisher
open-access publisher
academic publisher
keep type of fortified tower built within castles during the Middle Ages by European nobility
Jack Szostak American biologist human
Karl Barry Sharpless American chemist and Nobel Laureate (born 1941) human
Michel Mayor Swiss astrophysicist & Nobel laureate of Physics human
2004 Indian Ocean earthquake Megathrust underwater earthquake and subsequent tsunami in the Indian Ocean megathrust earthquake
Mycobacterium tuberculosis species of bacterium taxon
intellectual property ownership of ideas and processes asset type
academic discipline
Library of Congress (de facto) national library of the United States of America national library
United Nations Depository Library
parliamentary archive
legislative branch agency
Klebsiella pneumoniae species of bacterium taxon
microfluidics interdisciplinary science interdisciplinary science
Mitragyna speciosa species of plants taxon
Mycobacterium leprae species of bacterium; form of Leprosy taxon
Marburg virus disease Human disease infectious disease
class of disease
messenger RNA large family of RNA molecules that convey genetic information from DNA to the ribosome, where they specify the amino acid sequence of the protein products of gene expression
incubation period time between an infection and the onset of disease symptoms
McGill University English-language public research university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada public research university
open-access publisher
university in Quebec
Kikuyu ethnic group in Kenya ethnic group
Catha edulis species of plant, commonly used by humans for its psychoactive effects taxon
3D printing layer-by-layer additive process used to make a three-dimensional object production process
manufacturing process
Mary Ainsworth American-Canadian psychologist & scholar human
Igbo people ethnic group of southeastern Nigeria ethnic group
mitral valve insufficiency disorder of the heart in which the mitral valve does not close properly when the heart pumps out blood disease
class of disease
John Horton Conway English mathematician (1937–2020) human
James Dwight Dana American mineralogist , scientist and zoologist (1813-1895) human
Martin Seligman American psychologist and writer human
actin filament filament in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells cellular component
Michael Ellis DeBakey American cardiac surgeon (1908-2008) human
Martin Rees British cosmologist and astrophysicist (born 1942) human
NF-κB nuclear transcriptional activator that binds to enhancer elements in many different cell types family of protein complexes
micelles aggregates of molecules held loosely together by secondary bonds
linked data structured data and method for its publication
Kennewick Man Prehistoric Paleoamerican man found in Kennewick, Washington, US in 1996 human
Hominin fossil
1948 United States presidential election 41st quadrennial U.S. presidential election United States presidential election
Kibera Largest neighborhood in Nairobi suburb
shanty town
knowledge base information repository with multiple applications
2016 United States presidential election 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election United States presidential election
James Edward Hansen American physicist human
mitral valve prolapse mitral valve disease where one or both of the cusps of the mitral valve bulge or collapse backward in the left atrium during systole rare disease
class of disease
Middle East Technical University Turkish public university located in Ankara public university
institute of technology
research university
Lonnie Thompson American paleoclimatologist human
John B. Goodenough Nobel laureate in Chemistry & American solid-state physicist and professor human
molecular sieve filter material with homogeneously sized pores in the nanometer range
Jezero crater on Mars impact crater
Mars crater
liver disease disorder of the human liver class of disease
immunologic adjuvant substances that augment, stimulate, activate, potentiate or modulate the immune response
M. S. Swaminathan Indian agronomist human
Maastricht University public university in Maastricht university
public university
research university
muscular dystrophy diseases that weaken the body's muscles designated intractable/rare diseases
class of disease
mitral valve stenosis mitral valve disease that is characterized by the narrowing of the orifice of the mitral valve of the heart class of disease
Koç University Turkish private university located in İstanbul private university
research university
microbiome biome of microbes
John Clauser American physicist human
Joan A. Steitz American biochemist human
minimally-invasive procedures surgical techniques that limit the size of incisions needed
mansion large dwelling house
metabolic disease disease that involving errors in metabolic processes of building or degradation of molecules disease
class of disease
infective endocarditis endocarditis that is characterized by inflammation of the endocardium caused by infectious agents. class of disease
lithium-ion battery rechargeable battery type battery chemistry type
James P. Allison American immunologist and professor human
Jerome Powell American banker human
Lisa Feldman Barrett Psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist human
Michael Levitt biophysicist and Professor of Structural biology human
Magnus Manske German biochemist and MediaWiki developer human
moral foundations theory social psychological theory intended to explain the origins of and variation in human moral reasoning on the basis of innate, modular foundations theory
Maria Van Kerkhove American infectious disease epidemiologist (1977-) human
2018–2020 Kivu Ebola epidemic Ebola virus outbreak epidemic
public health emergency of international concern
Lex Fridman research scientist at MIT, working on human-centered AI human
Jaap Dissel university teacher at Leiden University human
RNA vaccine vaccine that transfects synthetic RNA to reprogram cells to make foreign protein that stimulates an adaptive immune response vaccine type
Michael J. Ryan Irish epidemiologist and trauma surgeon human
mRNA-1273 vaccine mRNA vaccine for COVID-19 funded product
Katalin Karikó Hungarian biochemist human
Kizzmekia Corbett American immunologist (1986-) human
Moncef Slaoui Moroccan American doctor and researcher human
mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic impact of the pandemic on the mental health, including stress, anxiety and worry for many individuals around the world, arising both from the disease itself and from response measures such as social distancing
INO-4800 experimental vaccine against COVID-19 funded product
vaccine type
Ad26.COV2.S COVID-19 vaccine of Johnson & Johnson funded product
chemical substance
Lunar-COV19 experimental COVID-19 vaccine vaccine type
MVC COVID-19 Vaccine COVID-19 vaccine made by Medigen
microbiota assembly of microorganisms belonging to different kingdoms; part of a microbiome (which consists of the microbiota and their environment)
NDV-HXP-S COVID-19 vaccine candidate
AG0302-COVID‑19 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Nanocovax vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Minhai COVID-19 vaccine vaccine candidate against COVID-19
ImmunityBio COVID-19 vaccine viral vector COVID-19 vaccine developed by ImmunityBio
ABNCoV2 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
202-CoV vaccine candidate against COVID-19
MRNA-1283 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
LYB001 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
KD-414 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
AKS-452 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
MigVax-101 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Mauritania sovereign state in West Africa and North Africa Islamic Republic
sovereign state
2008 Summer Olympics Games of the XXIX Olympiad, in Beijing, China Summer Olympic Games
Mildred Dresselhaus American physicist (1930-2017) human
Igbo Niger–Congo language of the Igbo people, mainly spoken in Nigeria language
modern language
Linus Pauling American scientist human
Jennifer Doudna American biochemist human
Johann Deisenhofer German scientist human
horizontal gene transfer movement of genetic material between organisms other than by transmission from parent to offspring biological process
inflammation signs of activation of the immune system symptom or sign
Luc Montagnier French virologist and joint recipient of the Nobel Prize of Physiology or Medicine (2008) human
hemophilia Human genetic disease that impairs the body's ability to make blood clots, a process needed to stop bleeding disease
umbrella term
rare disease
class of disease
scoliosis Spine postural abnormalities in which vertebral column has three diamentional curvature class of disease
symptom or sign
biopsy medical test involving extraction of sample cells or tissues for examination to determine the presence or extent of a disease medical test type
vitiligo hypersensitivity reaction type II disease that causes depigmentation of skin patches resulting from loss of function or death of melanocytes class of disease
radiation therapy therapy using ionizing radiation medical specialty
graph of a function Representation of a function as the set of pairs (x, f(x))
sepsis life-threatening organ dysfunction triggered by infection disease
symptom or sign
automation technology use of various control systems by which a process or procedure is performed with minimal human assistance academic discipline
macrophage type of white blood cell cell type
field common physics term for a physical quantity, represented by a number or tensor, that has a value for each point in space-time
Barbara McClintock American scientist and cytogeneticist human
renal dialysis removal of nitrogenous waste and toxins from the body in place of or to augment the kidney
Roderick MacKinnon American neuroscientist human
Daniel Kahneman Israeli-American psychologist human
cardiac surgery surgery on the heart or great vessels medical specialty
academic discipline
oceanic crust part of Earth's lithosphere
Lucy common name for several hundred pieces of bone representing about 40% of the skeleton of an individual Australopithecus afarensis, discovered in Ethiopia in 1974 Hominin fossil
Kawasaki disease human disease in which blood vessels throughout the body become inflamed class of disease
Peter C. Doherty Australian immunologist human
Richard Roberts English biochemist and molecular biologist human
Manuel Castells Sociologist, Spanish minister of universities human
Craig Venter American biotechnologist and businessman human
Drosophila genus of insects taxon
model organism
Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza Italian population geneticist human
Francis Collins American geneticist and director of the National Institutes of Health human
pathogenesis set of biological mechanisms that account for the origin and development of a disease
biofilm group of microorganisms in which cells stick to each other and, often, to a surface
Robert Gallo American biomedical researcher human
osteosarcoma bone cancer that is located in bone that has material basis in cells of mesenchymal origin class of disease
nanorobotics branch of robotics
Bryan Sykes British geneticist and science writer (1947–2020) human
muscular disease disease in which the muscle fibers do not function, resulting in muscular weakness rare disease
class of disease
lymphocyte subtype of white blood cell cell type
congenital disorder condition present at birth regardless of cause; human disease or disorder developed prior to birth class of disease
hyperplasia increase in the amount of organic tissue that results from cell proliferation disease
spina bifida congenital disorder of nervous system class of disease
hydrothermal vent fissure in a planet's surface from which geothermally heated water issues
hypocalcaemia low calcium levels in blood serum disease
abnormally low value
congenital heart disease cardiovascular disease developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
spondylosis degenerative osteoarthritis of the joints between the center of the spinal vertebrae and/or neural foramina class of disease
Hong Kong Polytechnic University public university in Hong Kong public research university
housing construction and assignment of houses or buildings for sheltering people social issue
economic concept
Huda Zoghbi Lebanese scientist human
Michel Haïssaguerre French physiologist human
Myriam Gorospe Spanish scientist, biologist and researcher human
Montse Maritxalar Anglada researcher human
Koldo Garcia-Etxebarria researcher human
Arturo Elosegi Basque scientist (Ecology) human
Kepa Sarasola Gabiola researcher ORCID ID = 0000-0003-4349-6088 human
Eneko Agirre researcher in Natural Language Processing human
Mikel Artetxe researcher ORCID ID = 0000-0002-5715-6458 human
Nahia Idoiaga Mondragon researcher human
Maider Uriarte researcher human
Igor Calzada researcher human
BBV154 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
INNA-051 vaccine candidate against COVID-19
Mercury smallest and closest planet to the sun in the Solar System inferior planet
inner planet of the Solar System
Big Bang theoretical past period when the Universe was much hotter, denser and rapidly expanding occurrence
cosmological model
big bang
unmoved mover
dinosaur clade of sauropsid vertebrates that dominated the Mesozoic Era (including birds) taxon
heart organ found inside most animals organ type
class of anatomical entity
Arthropoda phylum of invertebrates with jointed exoskeletons taxon
cell biology scientific discipline that studies cells branch of biology
academic discipline
global warming current rise in Earth's average temperature and related large-scale shifts in weather patterns atmospheric phenomenon
environmental issue
multiple sclerosis disease that damages the myelin sheaths around nerve axons designated intractable/rare diseases
class of disease
symptom or sign
human rights inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled convention
social movement
malaria mosquito-borne infectious disease endemic disease
class of disease
HIV/AIDS spectrum of conditions caused by HIV infection endemic disease
class of disease
symptom or sign
HIV human retrovirus, cause of AIDS organisms known by a particular common name
bioenergy renewable energy
Pacific Ring of Fire region at edges of Pacific Ocean known for tectonic activity island arc
volcanic arc
Escherichia coli enteric, rod shaped, gram-negative bacterium taxon
model organism
Mars fourth planet in the Solar System from the Sun inner planet of the Solar System
superior planet
parturition physiological process of expelling a fetus from the pregnant human mother's uterus
asthma long-term disease involving inflamed airways class of disease
autism neurodevelopmental condition disability
pervasive developmental disorder
class of disease
diarrhea loose or liquid bowel movements class of disease
symptom or sign
schizophrenia psychotic disorder characterized by emotional responsiveness and disintegration of thought process mental disorder
class of disease
arterial hypertension long term medical condition with elevated arterial blood pressure disease
class of disease
symptom or sign
bisexuality sexual and/or romantic attraction to people of more than one gender sexual orientation
romantic orientation
metamorphic rock rock arising from metamorphism, in which an original rock (either sedimentary, igneous, or another metamorphic rock) is subjected to heat (>600 °C) and pressure (>200 MPA) causing profound physical or chemical change
Günter Blobel German American biologist (1999 Nobel Prize) human
Immanuel Bloch German physicist human
aorta largest artery in the body artery
umbrella term
class of anatomical entity
Klaus Rajewsky German immunologist human
vaccine substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity against one or several diseases, prepared from the causative agent of a disease, its products, or a synthetic substitute remedy
urbanization longterm population movements (shift) from rural to urban areas
gene therapy therapeutic approach that involves inserting nucleic acids into the patient's cells
Institut Gustave Roussy hospital in France medical organization
muscle weakness lack of muscle strength symptom or sign
wastewater used water from any combination of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural activities, surface runoff / storm water, and any sewer inflow or sewer infiltration water
J. A. Todd English mathematician human
Joseph J. Kohn Czech mathematician and university educator human
Treacher Collins syndrome Human genetic disorder rare disease
class of disease
repetitive strain injury injury to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems that may be caused by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression, or sustained or awkward positions
kanga traditional wrapped garment of East Africa, typically worn by women clothing
Jaroslav Nešetřil Czech mathematician, university educator and artist human
Jay Apt American astronaut, scientist, and professor human
James Scott Bowerbank British scientist/naturalist (1797-1877) human
tenosynovitis inflammation of the fluid-filled sheath (called the synovium) that surrounds a tendon, typically leading to joint pain, swelling, and stiffness health problem
class of disease
symptom or sign
socioeconomics social science that studies how economic activity affects and is shaped by social processes academic discipline
Jeffery Taubenberger American virologist human
Julian Savulescu Australian philosopher human
Jonathan A. Eisen American evolutionary biologist human
Jean-Louis Loday mathematician human
Kom people ethnic group in Cameroon ethnic group
Kaogu journal academic journal
scientific journal
archaeology journal
John Cacioppo American psychology researcher human
Alex Pentland American academic and entrepreneur human
András Kornai Hungarian mathematical linguist human
Juliet A. Wege Australian botanist human
John Leslie Dowe Australian botanist human
Karen L. Wilson Australian botanist human
Imre Galambos Scholar of medieval Chinese and Tangut manuscripts human
Internet Archaeology journal archaeology journal
academic journal
open-access journal
ischemic hepatitis medical condition disease
James Hamlyn Willis Australian botanist (1910-1995) human
Jeffrey Scott Flier American physician human
John Goodall British architectural historian human
John Hooper Australian marine biologist human
John Perdew American physicist human
Jonathan Lunine planetary scientist human
Journal of African Cultural Studies journal academic journal
Journal of Cheminformatics peer-reviewed scientific journal scientific journal
academic journal
open-access journal
Journal of General Virology scientific journal scientific journal
delayed open access journal
June Almeida British virologist human
Kaufman oculocerebrofacial syndrome . An autosomal recessive mode of inheritance seems most likely. developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
Kenneth S. Kendler American psychiatrist human
Knepp Castle castle ruin and scheduled monument in Shipley, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 castle ruin
archaeological site
hunting lodge
John Richard Paxton Australian ichthyologist human
Jonathan A. Coddington American arachnologist human
ischemic cardiomyopathy type of cardiomyopathy caused by a narrowing of the coronary arteries which supply blood to the heart
Aldiri. Arkitektura eta abar academic journal scientific journal
Ander Rodriguez Lejarza basque politician human
Uztaro. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Academic journal scientific journal
open-access journal
Xabier Artola Zubillaga Basque writer and researcher in Natural Language Processing human
Journal of Southern African Studies journal scientific journal
Journal of Field Archaeology academic journal scientific journal
archaeology journal
Journal of Roman Archaeology academic journal archaeology journal
scientific journal
James Trappe American mycologist human
Julie Makani Tanzanian medical researcher human
John A. Church Australian oceanographer human
Julian Parkhill geneticist, working with pathogens human
John C. Z. Woinarski Australian ornithologist human
John Blair British historian, archaeologist, and academic human
International Medieval Congress conference series hosted by the University of Leeds convention series
Koen Lamberts British/Belgian psychologist and academic human
Jeremy Bruhl Australian botanist human
Kevin James Rule botanist (born 1941) human
Agustín Azkarate researcher human
Jodi J. L. Rowley Australian herpetologist human
Kelly Anne Shepherd Australian botanist (1970- ) human
Kerrie Mengersen Australian statistician & academic human
John J. Wilkes archaeologist human
Jane Fromont NZ-Australian spongiologist human
Jo Dunkley British astrophysicist (1979-) human
Jessica Polka American biochemist human
Karen H. Black palaeontologist human
Janet M. Wilmshurst New Zealand palaeoecologist human
Julian D. Richards archaeologist human
knowledge graph embedding machine learning embedding of knowledge graph
Jennifer Gunter Canadian-American gynecologist, columnist and author on women's reproductive health human
Jenny Morton New Zealand neurobiologist human
Janet McCalman Australian historian human
Kathryn Paige Harden American psychologist and behavior geneticist human
Journal of Open Source Software academic journal published by Open Journals, covering computer software academic journal
scientific journal
open-access journal
diamond open access journal
Julia K. Steinberger professor of ecological economics human
John Moorfield Māori language academic human
James Graham-Campbell British archaeologist, professor, and writer human
Judith Whitworth Australian renal medical researcher human
Jane Suiter Irish political scientist human
Jodie Lewis archaeologist human
Jessica F. Cantlon American scientist human
Amaiur Esnaola Illarreta Basque-Spanish biologist and researcher human
Jacqui True political scientist and gender studies researcher human
Keith Wolahan Australian politician human
suicide intentional act of causing one's own death manner of death
Alzheimer's disease progressive, neurodegenerative disease characterized by memory loss rare disease
class of disease
tuberculosis infectious disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis notifiable disease
endemic disease
class of disease
Venkatraman Ramakrishnan Nobel prize winning American and British structural biologist human
Hans Joachim Schellnhuber German physicist human
Ky Fan Chinese-American mathematician (1914-2010) human
Gerhard Hochschild American mathematician (1915-2010) human
Edith M. Flanigen American chemist human
Frans Stafleu Dutch botanist (1921–1997) human
Frederick Mosteller American statistician human
Extreme Light Infrastructure European physics research institute facility
frontal lobe disorder disorder disease
H. Eugene Stanley American physicist human
Legius syndrome rare genetic skin pigmentation disorder characterized by multiple cafe-au-lait macules developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
Leslie Alcock British archaeologist (1925-2006) human
CureVac biopharmaceutical company in Germany business
public company
David B. Lindenmayer Australian scientist human
Emil R. Unanue American immunologist human
Eugene Dynkin Russian mathematician (1924-2014) human
Daniel Simberloff American ecologist and professor. human
Douglas A. Melton American medical researcher human
Guillaume Jacques French academic researcher linguist human
Craig Clunas British art historian human
Cyrus Colton MacDuffee American mathematician human
Greta Stevenson New Zealand mycologist (1911-1990) human
Gretchen C. Daily American biologist human
Darold A. Treffert American psychiatrist human
David Archer Computational ocean chemist human
David Buchsbaum American mathematician (1929-2021) human
David Callaway American scientist human
David Hibbett American mycologist human
David Horrobin British medical researcher (1939-2003) human
Deficiency of the interleukin-1–receptor antagonist An autoinflammatory disease caused by mutations in the IL1RN gene, which encodes the IL1 receptor antagonist. It presents in infancy, and is characterized by systemic inflammation, pustular rash, bone pain, sterile osteitis, and periostitis. class of disease
delta thalassemia type of thalassemia disease
class of disease
Didier Pittet Swiss infectiologue and epidemiologist co-inventor of the hydro-alcoholic disinfection gel for the hands human
Donald E. Ingber American biologist human
Douglas G. Altman British statistician (1948-2018) human
Drucker Medal award
Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group other organization in Philadelphia, United States organization
Edward F. DeLong American microbiologist human
Edward Luce British journalist human
Edward Thurlow Leeds British archaeologist and museum curator human
Elaine Mardis American geneticist human
Emery Brown American statistician, neuroscientist, and anesthesiologist human
Eppley Institute for Research in Cancer and Allied Diseases organization organization
Eugenia Kalnay Argentine meteorologist human
Fred Brown British virologist (1925-2004) human
Fred Wabwire-Mangen Ugandan physician human
G. K. Warren Prize prize for accomplishment in geology award
Gabriel Leung Hong Kong epidemiologist human
Gene trapping
Geoffrey Cloke British chemist human
Geraint Rees neurologist human
Gregory Petsko American academic human
Harvey Lodish American cell biologist, born 1941 human
Heart valve dysplasia human disease rare disease
class of disease
Lindy W. Cayzer Australian botanist human
Kári Stefánsson Icelandic neurologist human
Lagrangian coherent structures in fluid mechanics, a type of flow structure
link grammar theory of syntax free software
software library
Lisa Kewley Australian astrophysicist human
Erik Bertelsen Danish ichthyologist (1912–1993) human
David Breeze British archaeologist human
Harold A. Scheraga American chemist human
European Journal of Criminology journal scientific journal
Daniel M. Wolpert British neuroscientist human
Erick Moran Carreira US chemist and professor at ETH Zurich human
Edith Heard Director General of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory human
Francesca Happé British neuroscientist (1967-) human
Gregory J. Retallack American paleontologist, Paleopedology human
glycogen storage disease IX glycogen storage disease characterized by deficiency of hepatic phosphorylase kinase activity class of disease
entity linking the task of assigning a unique identity to entities mentioned in text
Laura McAllister Welsh footballer (born 1964) human
Donald Bruce Foreman botanist (1945-2004) human
Gintaras Kantvilas Australian lichenologist human
gyrification process of forming the characteristic folds of the cerebral cortex
Francoise E. Baylis Canadian bioethicist human
Eleanor Marion Bennett botanist human
Laurence Alfred Mound British entomologist (1934- human
Heidi Larson Anthropologist and immunisation expert human
Yvonne Jones Director of the Cancer Research UK Receptor Structure Research Group human
Cécile Gueidan French lichenologist and molecular biologist human
Elisabeth Tschermak-Woess Austrian botanist and lichenologist human
Daniela Witten American biostatistician human
David Pegler British mycologist and botanist human
Danielle N. Lee American biologist human
Edward Impey British historian, archaeologist, and museum curator human
Gillian Clark British classical scholar human
David G. Barber Canadian environmental scientist human
Elizabeth A. Clark professor of religion human
Lidia Morawska Polish-born Australian aerosol physicist human
FAIR data data compliant with the terms of the FAIR Data Principles
Laura Wegener Parfrey Canadian ecologist, microbiologist human
Lindsay Allason-Jones British archaeologist human
Elisabeth Bik scientific integrity expert (1966-) human
Gisela Kaplan Australian ethologist, ornithologist and primatologist human
Dorothy Charlesworth archaeologist human
Diane Havlir US leader of HIV/AIDS work human
Laura A. Katz American biologist human
Donelson R. Forsyth American social psychologist human
Garry P. Nolan American pathologist human
Ezra A. Brown American mathematician human
Hazel Tucker social anthropologist human
David Mattingly British archaeologist human
Thomas C. Südhof German biochemist human
Vere Gordon Childe British prehistorian archaeologist human
Roger D. Kornberg American biochemist human
Tomotherapy type of radio therapy
Sergio Ferrara Italian physicist human
thrombophlebitis phlebitis that results from a blood clot in the vessel class of disease
symptom or sign
L-selenocysteine chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
sulfadoxine chemical compound chemical compound
type of chemical entity
Semliki Forest virus species of virus taxon
Snježana Kordić Croatian linguist human
Saharon Shelah Israeli mathematician human
Richard Garfield American game designer human
Ronald Vale biochemist human
Sendhil Mullainathan Indian economist human
soil respiration chemical process produced by soil and the organisms within it
Rupert Charles Barneby British born American botanist (1911-2000) human
University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Public university public university
open-access publisher
Heyde's syndrome medical condition syndrome
Samburu people ethnic group ethnic group
Sumio Iijima Japanese nanotechnologist human
Thomas Cheeseman English-born New Zealand botanist (1846-1923) human
Turkana people ethnic group of Eastern Africa ethnic group
HAM human disease infectious disease
designated intractable/rare diseases
class of disease
Henri G. Busignies French electrical engineer (1905-1981) human
Journal of Neuroscience journal scientific journal
open-access journal
tricuspid insufficiency A tricuspid valve disease that is characterized by failure of the heart's tricuspid valve to close properly during systole. As a result, with each heart beat, blood is pumped out from the right side of the heart in the opposite direction to normal. class of disease
Helga Kuhse Australian philosopher human
Roman Jackiw theoretical physicist human
slighting a type of destruction phenomenon
subacute bacterial endocarditis Human disease disease
infectious disease
class of disease
Robert John Raven Australian arachnologist human
Schistosoma mansoni species of worm taxon
Usutu virus species of virus taxon
Uğur Şahin German oncologist human
viral load amount of virus found in host tissue or a given volume of fluid
Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus antibiotic-resistant microorganism
Ring chromosome 14 syndrome very rare human chromosome abnormality developmental defect during embryogenesis
class of disease
autosomal dominant familial periodic fever human disease designated intractable/rare diseases
rare disease
class of disease
Thomas Blackburn Australian entomologist (1844-1912) human
Thomas Roscoe Rede Stebbing British zoologist human
Syukuro Manabe Japanese-American meteorologist and climatologist (1931-) human
Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy (UCMD) is characterized by early-onset, generalized and slowly progressive muscle weakness, multiple proximal joint contractures, marked hypermobility of the distal joints and normal intelligence designated intractable/rare diseases
rare disease
class of disease
tuberculous meningitis human disease infectious disease
Helen Czerski British physicist human
Valerie Beral Australian-British epidemiologist human
Biodesign Institute government organization in United States of America research institute
government organization
Mays Cancer Center hospital hospital
Science Bulletin scientific journal, not to be confused with the Chinese version Q66720593 scientific journal
open-access journal
society journal
toll-access journal
hybrid open access journal
environmental niche modelling computational prediction of species distribution across geographic space and time
Stanley Coren American psychologist human
Heinrich Hugo Karny Austrian physician and entomologist (1886-1939) human
Helen Geake British archaeologist and politician human
Helen Muir British biochemist human
Helena Hamerow British archaeologist human
Henry George Smith Australian scientist (1852-1924) human
hierarchical Dirichlet process stochastic process
Howard Williams British archaeologist human
Shoshana Wodak computational biologist human
Richard Thomas Baker Australian botanist (1854-1941) human
Robert Epstein American psychologist human
Roy M. Anderson British expert on epidemiology human
Rupert Bruce-Mitford British archaeologist (1914-1994) human
Ruth Milkman American sociologist human
scholarly communication process of creation, transformation, dissemination and preservation of scholarly knowledge
shifting baseline Type of change to how a system is measured
short-chain acyl-coenzyme A dehydrogenase deficiency lipid metabolism disorder that is characterized by deficiency of the enzyme short chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase that results in the inability to convert short chain fatty acids rare disease
class of disease
Sickle cell anemia, a molecular disease scientific article scholarly article
solid lipid nanoparticle drug delivery system
Stanley Plotkin American physician human
Stuart L. Pimm American ecologist human
Suresh Venapally Indian mathematician human
Susan Whitfield English historian human
Sussex Archaeological Society charity voluntary association
charitable organization
teachable moment the time at which learning a particular topic or idea becomes possible or easiest
Terry Speed Australian academic and professor of statistics at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research human
The Archaeological Journal journal history journal
archaeology journal
The Journal of African History journal history journal
scientific journal
Thomas Curtright American physicist human
Tom Blundell British biochemist human
Tom Frieden American physician, President and Chief Executive Officer at Resolve to Save Lives human
tuberculosis in India health issue in India disease by country or region
Mathai Varghese Australian mathematician human
Veronica van Heyningen English geneticist human
SWPS University university in Poland private university
Teuvo Tapio Ahti Finnish botanist and lichenologist human
teixobactin chemical compound antibiotic
polypeptide antibiotic
Sarah Teichmann Research group leader at the European Bioinformatics Institute and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. human
Sabine Hossenfelder German theoretical physicist (born 1976) human
Hormel Institute biomedical research center located in Austin, USA research institute
Hiawatha Glacier glacier in Greenland glacier
Rita Casadio Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Bologna human
Robert Malone American doctor and biochemist human
Shaun Hendy New Zealand nanotechnology researcher human
Syra Madad American pathogen preparedness expert human
Rick Bright US immunologist and US COVID19 response whistleblower human
Hilary M. Carey Australian religious historian human
social contagion behavior, emotions, or conditions spreading spontaneously through a group or network
Timeline of senescence research timeline of notable events in the history of senescence research timeline
Ruzena Bajcsy American computer scientist human
Antje Boetius German biologist human
Wim Crusio Dutch behavioral neurogeneticist and botanist human
Yersinia enterocolitica species of bacterium taxon
Alastair Robinson Taxonomist specialising in carnivorous plants human
beta-mannosidosis lysosomal storage disease that has material basis in deficiency of the beta-A-manosidase enzyme resulting in the disruption of N-linked glycoprotein oligosaccharide catabolism developmental defect during embryogenesis
class of disease
Amos Tutuola Nigerian writer (1920-1997) human
Agata Smoktunowicz Polish mathematician human
Akiyoshi Kitaoka Japanese psychologist human
actinorhizal plant plants hosting N-fixing Frankia symbioants in nodules paraphyletic group
André Aubréville French botanist (1897-1982) human
Barry Trost American chemist human
Assaf Naor Israeli mathematician human
Barnstaple Castle castle in Devon, England motte-and-bailey castle
archaeological site
Beth Shapiro American biologist human
Charles A. Dinarello American immunologist human
Bradford's law pattern that estimates the exponentially diminishing returns of extending a search for references in science journals scientific law
Britannia journal archaeology journal
Alexandre Kirillov Russian mathematician human
Younger Dryas impact hypothesis hypothesis on what initiated the Younger Dryas geological period hypothesis
atransferrinemia Human disease rare disease
class of disease
William G. Kaelin American Nobel Laureate, Professor of Medicine at Harvard University human
Arthur Dendy Australian-British zoologist (1865-1925) human
Anthony M. Young Australian mycologist (1943- ) human
William Harris Ashmead American entomologist human
Yedoma permafrost soil type soil type
Alison Gopnik American psychologist human
alpha acid group of chemical compounds group or class of chemical substances
Arthur Mills Lea Australian entomologist (1868–1932) human
Bill Molyneux Australian botanist human
Xylella fastidiosa species of Gammaproteobacteria taxon
Bruce Greyson American psychiatrist human
Barbara Pickersgill British botanist (born 1940) human
Bernard Haisch American astrophysicist human
Wayne Maddison Canadian arachnologist human
American Roentgen Ray Society U.S. radiology society medical association
academic publisher
Alasdair Whittle British archaeologist human
AIDS Research Alliance organization organization
Adrienne Clarke Australian plant geneticist & botanist (1938 -) human
Agnes Binagwaho Rwandan pediatrician, academic and politician human
Alan Vince British archaeologist (1952-2009) human
Alimuddin Zumla Zambian physician human
Allen Steere American rheumatologist human
Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative multisite study research project
Ami Klin Autism researcher human
Andrew John Lees neurologist human
Andy Kessler American businessman, investor, and author human
Anne Schuchat American physician human
Annette Karmiloff-Smith developmental psychologist human
Antonia Gransden British historian human
Antony John Williams Welsh chemist human
Aseem Shukla Pediatric Urologist human
BMC Health Services Research journal scientific journal
open-access journal
academic journal
Bernard Roizman American virologist human
Bernhard Schölkopf German computer scientist human
Bob Altemeyer psychologist human
Bonnie Nardi American academic human
Burroughs Wellcome Fund American non-profit medical research organization foundation
Cancer and Leukemia Group B U.S. research cooperative group
Carenza Lewis British archaeologist human
Cerebral Cortex scientific journal scientific journal
Charles Thorn American theoretical physicist human
Anthony Edward Orchard Australian botanist (born 1946) human
Bryan Alwyn Barlow Australian botanist human
Wales in the Middle Ages period of history aspect of history
Charles Boursin French entomologist human
Virology scientific journal scientific journal
hybrid open access journal
delayed open access journal
Waldo Rudolph Wedel American archaeologist (1908–1996) human
World Archaeology journal history journal
archaeology journal
scientific journal
Boonshoft School of Medicine medical research institute in the United States medical school
Caroline Criado-Perez British journalist and author human
Audrey Smith British cryobiologist (1915-1981) human
Amy H. Herring American biostatistician human
Alison Bashford Australian historian of world science human
Alice Eagly Professor of psychology and of management human
bare lymphocyte syndrome 2 human disease rare disease
class of disease
David Marsden English neurologist and neuroscientist human
Andrew F. Read Evan Pugh Professor of Biology and Entomology in the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics (CIDD) at Pennsylvania State University human
Bloodworks Northwest organization organization
research institute
blood bank
Adam Hart English scientist, author and broadcaster human
Arve Elvebakk Norwegian lichenologist human
Barbara Ann Whitlock botanist human
Carlos Lehnebach Chilean born New Zealand botanist and botanical collector human
Beric Morley British architectural historian and archaeologist human
Beverley Glover British biologist specialising in botany human
Asha de Vos marine biologist human
Alison Sheridan archaeologist and museum curator human
Carolyn F. Wilkins Australian botanist (1945 - human
Chris Gosden British archaeologist human
Bernhard Landwehrmeyer researcher human
Alan J. Jamieson Scottish ichthyologist human
Apryl A. Alexander American clinical and forensic psychologist and researcher human
Bette L. Otto‐Bliesner researcher using computer modelling of climate human
Angela Wanhalla professor of history in New Zealand human
Alison Singer American autism advocate human
Cat Pausé fat feminism researcher and activist human
Adi Utarini Indonesian public health researcher human
Özlem Türeci German physician, scientist and entrepreneur human
Amanda Villepastour Australian-born ethnomusicologist and former professional musician human
Wolfgang Paul German physicist human
Alexander Ostrowski Russian mathematician human
Markus Büchler German surgeon human
protein-losing enteropathy Human disease class of disease
Nicole Marthe Le Douarin French biologist human
Patrick O. Brown American biochemist, inventor and entrepreneur human
Neil Faulkner British archaeologist human
Claude Berrou French mathematician human
Christopher Hawkesworth earth scientist human
Masatoshi Nei American geneticist human
Sendai virus species of virus taxon
Nalini M. Nadkarni American ecologist human
Pierre Gabriel French mathematician (1933-2015) human
Mikkel Thorup Danish computer scientist human
Paul Shorey American academic (1857-1934) human
Christina Maslach American psychologist human
Lloyd J. Old oncologist, immunologist, cancer researcher human
medullary cystic kidney disease inherited form of cystic kidney disease leading to fibrosis and impaired renal function that is caused by mutations in the UMOD gene, which encodes uromodulin/Tamm-Horsfall mucoprotein rare disease
class of disease
Peter Boyle British epidemiologist human
pulmonary atresia medical condition
Maurice Auslander American mathematician and professor human
nanorod nanomaterial nanomaterial
Mayana Zatz Brazilian geneticist human
Marie-Louise Dubreil-Jacotin French mathematician (1905-1972) human
Molecular Informatics journal scientific journal
Nancy Fern Olivieri Canadian haematologist human
mulibrey nanism Human disease developmental defect during embryogenesis
rare disease
class of disease
Christopher Hawkes British archaeologist (1905-1992) human
Cliff Asness businessman and financial theorist human
Clinical Trial Service Unit
Common Cold Unit former unit of the British Medical Research Council
Cosmas Zachos Greek theoretical physicist human
covalent organic framework class of chemical substances solid state of matter
Masatoshi Gündüz Ikeda Turkish mathematician human
Christer Erséus Swedish zoologist (1951-) human
Philip Sydney Short Australian botanist human
Malcolm Eric Trudgen Australian botanist (1951- human
Neville Grant Walsh Australian botanist (1956 - ) human
Lorne Babiuk Canadian scientist human
Malcolm Green British chemist (1936-2020) human
Manuel Casanova American physician human
Margaret W. Rossiter History of Women in Science Prize award from the History of Science Society science award
Martin Biddle British archaeologist human
Martin J. Blaser American academic human
mitochondrial trifunctional protein deficiency medical condition genetic disease
rare disease
class of disease
multicystic dysplastic kidney congenital disorder of urinary system developmental defect during embryogenesis
class of disease
NS1 antigen test test for dengue medical test
Nan Laird American mathematician human
Nancy Tyson Burbidge Australian botanist, conservationist and herbarium curator (1912-1977) human
Neil Christie British archaeologist and historian human
Nicolae Popescu Romanian mathematician human
Nowell Myres British archaeologist and librarian (1902-1989) human
Paul G. Falkowski American biogeochemist human
Peer Bork German biologist and bioinformatician human
Peter Guy Wolynes American chemist human
Peter J. Pronovost American physician human
Philip Rahtz British archaeologist (1921-2011) human
Plasmodium chabaudi species of protozoan taxon
Plasmodium gallinaceum species of parasitic protist that can cause malaria taxon
Prymnesium parvum species of alga taxon
Makoto Fujita Japanese chemist human
Nicholas J. Higham British medieval historian and archaeologist human
Paul Ashbee British archaeologist and teacher (1918-2009) human
Margaret J. Snowling British psychologist human
Michael Fulford British archaeologist (b. 1948) human
Nina Frances Layard British writer and archaeologist (1853-1935) human
Phillip A. Sprangle American physicist human
Oxford Journal of Archaeology journal history journal
archaeology journal
Medieval Archaeology journal history journal
archaeology journal
academic journal
Peter Addyman British archaeologist human
Paula T. Hammond American chemical engineer human
Peter Mugyenyi Ugandan physician human
PIXL X-ray fluorescence spectrometer to determine the elemental composition of Martian soil spectrometer
space instrument
Peter Brian Heenan New Zealand botanist human
Michael D. Guiry botanist/algologist born 1949 human
David Michael Metcalf British numismatist (1933-2018) human
Newton Ennis Morton population geneticist human
Nina Rønsted Danish botanist human
Patsy Ann McLaughlin American carcinologist (1932 - 2011) human
Nicholas Lander Australian botanist human
Matthew David Barrett Australian botanist human
Peter James de Lange New Zealand botanist human
Michelle Kelly New Zealand marine taxonomist human
Christl Ann Donnelly Professor of Statistical Epidemiology at Imperial College London human
Post-Ebola virus syndrome Sequelae following recovery from Ebola virus disease
Matthew Belmonte researcher human
Peter Crittenden mycologist human
Maria Byrne Australian marine biologist human
Cissy Kityo Ugandan physician and medical researcher human
Christine Stephens New Zealand ageing researcher human
Maamar Bettayeb Algerian Systems scientist and Control theorist human
Nancy B. Grimm American ecologist human
Mike Dickison New Zealand Wikipedian, zoologist, and museum curator human
Louise Furey New Zealand archaeologist and museum curator human
Noni MacDonald Canadian physician human
Colleen S. Kraft American infectious diseases physician human
Michael Osborn researcher (ORCID 0000-0001-6290-4839) human
Martin Liebeck D.Phil. University of Oxford 1979 human
prompt engineering creation or optimization of a prompt to be given to an artificial intelligence model technique
Naomi J. Halas American chemist and electrical engineer human
Max August Zorn German mathematician human
Plasmodium berghei species of parasitic protist that can cause malaria taxon

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