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    Committee on Degrees in Social Studies

    At Harvard University the Committee on Degrees in Social Studies is the committee that runs the honors-only, interdisciplinary concentration in social science subjects for undergraduate students. Founded in 1960, it reflects the belief that the study of the social world requires an integration of the disciplines of history, political science, sociology, economics, anthropology and philosophy. All students are required to complete a senior thesis.
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    Committee on the Safety of Medicines

    The Committee on the Safety of Medicines (CSM) was an independent advisory committee that for nearly 40 years advised the UK Licensing Authority on the quality, efficacy and safety of medicines. Following the thalidomide tragedy of 1957 to 1961, in 1963 the government asked Sir Derrick Dunlop to set up a committee to investigate the control and introduction of new medicines in the United Kingdom. In June 1963 the Committee on Safety of Drugs (CSD) was established. As a result of the subsequent report to the Department of Health, which reinforced the need for specially trained doctors in the pharmaceutical industry and academic departments of medicine, Dunlop became the first chairman of the Committee. In 1970, the CSD was replaced by the Committee on Safety of Medicines (CSM). The CSM was one of the advisory committees established by the Medicines Act 1968. It was replaced on 30 October 2005 by the Commission on Human Medicines which combines the functions of both the Committee on Safety of Medicines and the Medicines Commission.
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    Third Council of the Lateran

    Third Council of the Lateran

    The Third Council of the Lateran met in March 1179 as the eleventh ecumenical council. Pope Alexander III presided and 302 bishops attended. By agreement reached at the Peace of Venice in 1177 the bitter conflict between Alexander III and Emperor Frederick I was brought to an end. When Pope Hadrian IV died in 1159, the divided cardinals elected two popes: Roland of Siena, who took the name of Alexander III, and Octavian of Rome who, though nominated by fewer cardinals, was supported by Frederick and assumed the name of Pope Victor IV. Frederick, wishing to remove all that stood in the way of his authority in Italy, declared war upon the Italian states and especially the Church which was enjoying great authority. A serious schism arose out of this conflict, and after Victor IV's death in 1164, two further antipopes were nominated in opposition to Alexander III: Paschal III (1164–1168) and Callistus III (1168–1178). Eventually, at the Peace of Venice, when Alexander gained victory, he promised Frederick that he would summon an ecumenical council. Besides removing the remains of the recent schism, the Council condemned the Waldensian and Cathar heresies and pushed for the restoration
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    NAWMP Science Support Team

    In 2000, the North American Waterfowl Management Plan (NAWMP) Committee established a team of individuals from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to help strengthen the biological foundations of the Plan and facilitate continuous improvement of Plan conservation programs. The NAWMP Science Support Team or 'NSST' is now the Committee's principal technical advisory body with a prominent role in helping achieve the Plan's vision and goals.
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    Office of the CTO

    • Committee of: ARC International
    Committee of ARC International that was formed with top technical talent during acquisition of Teja Technologies Inc. in April 2007.
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    IEEE P1901

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 1901 protocol allows computer networks to send data over AC electrical power lines (contrasting with approaches such as power over Ethernet which send DC power over computer network wires). 1901 is the dominant powerline communication specification replacing a dozen previous powerline specifications and including a mandatory coexistence Inter-System Protocol to deal with legacy PLC approaches. IEEE 1901 has very high consumer availability in entry level 500Mbit/s products from D-Link, Cisco, Belkin, Zyxel, TrendNet and many others mostly using Qualcomm Atheros' AR1500/AR7400 chipset.. Almost all consumer devices implement AES-128 encryption and so are technically suitable for smart building applications including smart meters. One gigabit product has been announced for 2013 along with IEEE P1905 compatibility, which lets devices on IEEE 1901 networks interoperate and fail over to wireless or other nets. For advanced metering infrastructure, demand response, smart appliances, smart homes and other home area network applications, HomePlug Green PHY has been set as the US standard. The SAE J1772 standard plug-in electric vehicle charger specifies this protocol before any
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    JV Implementation and Evaluation Plan Review Committee

    • Committee of: NAWMP Science Support Team
    This committee will focus on reviewing JV Implementation and Evaluation Plans from a perspective of their relationships to addressing continental waterfowl population and habitat objectives and related priorities. This committee will serve in an advisory role to JV planning teams.
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    National Executive Committee

    • Committee of: African National Congress
    The National Executive Committee (NEC) is the chief administrative body of the UK Labour Party. Its composition has changed over the years, and includes representatives of affiliated trade unions, the Parliamentary Labour Party and European Parliamentary Labour Party, Constituency Labour Parties, and socialist societies, as well as ex officio members such as the Party Leader and Deputy Leader and several of their appointees. During the 1980s, the NEC had a major role in policy-making and was often at the heart of disputes over party policy. In the Tony Blair era, the committee's role declined and its membership was reformed, but it remains the administrative authority of the party. Its former policy development function is now largely carried out by the National Policy Forum. One of its committees has disciplinary powers including the ability to expel members of the party who have brought it into disrepute or to readmit previously expelled members. As of 2009 the NEC had 33 members elected from the following constituencies: The General Secretary acts as the non-voting secretary to the NEC. (As of March 2012) Source: Labour.org.uk The chair of the party is elected by the NEC from
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    First Council of the Lateran

    First Council of the Lateran

    The Council of 1123 is reckoned in the series of Ecumenical councils by the Catholic Church. It was convoked by Pope Calixtus II in December, 1122, immediately after the Concordat of Worms. The Council sought to: (a) bring an end to the practice of the conferring of ecclesiastical benefices by people who were laymen; (b) free the election of bishops and abbots from secular influence; (c) clarify the separation of spiritual and temporal affairs; (d) re-establish the principle that spiritual authority resides solely in the Church; (e) abolish the claim of the emperors to influence papal elections. The council convoked by Callistus II was significant in size: three hundred bishops and more than six hundred abbots assembled at Rome in March, 1123; Callistus presided in person. During the Council the decisions of the Concordat of Worms were read and ratified. Various other decisions were promulgated. The First Lateran Council was called by Pope Callistus II whose reign began February 1, 1119. It demarcated the end of the Investiture controversy which had begun before the time of Pope Gregory VII. The issues had been contentious and had continued with unabated bitterness for almost a
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    Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs

    The Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs is the principal ecumenical and interfaith organization of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Active since the 1960s, it is firmly rooted in the teachings of the Second Vatican Council on dialogue between religions (Nostra Aetate) and dialogue between Christians (Unitatis Redintegratio). Because the United States is one of the most religiously diverse countries in the world, it has also had an impact on the global ecumenical and interfaith movement in collaborating with organizations that have members and leadership in other nations.
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    IEEE 802.2

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.2 is the name given to a subsection of the IEEE 802 standard that describes a software component of a computer network. It defines Logical Link Control (LLC), which is the upper portion of the data link layer of the OSI Model. The LLC sublayer presents a uniform interface to the user of the data link service, usually the network layer. Beneath the LLC sublayer is the Media Access Control (MAC) sublayer, which is dependent on the particular medium being used (Ethernet, token ring, FDDI, 802.11, etc.). The IEEE standard adds this sublayer which adds the standard 8-bit DSAP (Destination Service Access Point) and SSAP (Source Service Access Point) labels to a given packet regardless of network type. There is also an 8 or 16 bit control field for use in auxiliary functions such as flow control. There is room for 64 globally assigned SAP numbers, and the IEEE does not assign them lightly. IP does not have an assigned SAP number, because only “international standards” could be given globally assigned SAP numbers. Protocols which are not international standards can use a SAP number from the locally administered SAP number space. The Subnetwork Access Protocol (SNAP) allows
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    IEEE 802.12

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.12 is a group of IEEE standards in the 802 group. 802.12 covers a variety of 100 Mbit/s plus technologies, including 100BaseVG-AnyLAN technology developed by Hewlett Packard, which uses the demand priority access method.
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    Penya Chescandinavia

    Penya Chescandinavia

    Penya Chescandinavia is a pan-nordic supporters' club for the Spanish football team Valencia CF. The member base is from the Scandinavian countries, but the organization is open for any member who feels affiliation, love and respect for "los Che".
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    IEEE 12207

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE/EIA 12207.0, "Standard for Information Technology – Software Life Cycle Processes", is a standard that establishes a common framework for software life cycle process. This standard officially replaced MIL-STD-498 for the development of DoD software systems in May 1998. Other NATO nations may have adopted the standard informally or in parallel with MIL-STD-498. This standard defines a comprehensive set of processes that cover the entire life-cycle of a software system—from the time a concept is made to the retirement of the software. The standard defines a set of processes, which are in turn defined in terms of activities. The activities are broken down into a set of tasks. The processes are defined in three broad categories: Primary Life Cycle Processes, Supporting Life Cycle Processes, and Organisational Life Cycle Processes. This standard is available for purchase in the IEEE website.
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    IEEE 1471

    IEEE 1471

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 1471 is an IEEE Standard for describing the architecture of a software-intensive system, also known as software architecture. IEEE 1471 is the short name for a standard formally known as ANSI/IEEE 1471-2000, Recommended Practice for Architecture Description of Software-Intensive Systems. Within IEEE parlance, this is a Recommended Practice, the least normative of the kinds of IEEE standards. In 2007 this standard was adopted by ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 as ISO/IEC 42010:2007, Systems and Software Engineering -- Recommended practice for architectural description of software-intensive systems. It has long been recognized that “architecture” has a strong influence over the life cycle of a system. However, until relatively recently, hardware issues have tended to dominate architectural thinking, and software aspects, when considered at all, were often the first to be compromised under the pressures of development. IEEE 1471 was created to provide a basis for thinking about the architecture of software-intensive systems. IEEE 1471's contributions can be summarised as follows (in this list, items in italics are terms defined by and used in the standard): IEEE 1471-2000 provides informative
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    Federal geographic data committee

    The Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) is a United States government committee which promotes the coordinated development, use, sharing, and dissemination of geospatial data on a national basis. Its 19 members are representatives from the Executive Office of the President, and Cabinet level and independent Federal agencies. The Secretary of the Department of the Interior chairs the FGDC, with the Deputy Director for Management, Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as Vice-Chair. The FGDC coordinates the sharing of geographic data, maps, and online services through an online portal, geodata.gov, that searches metadata held within the NSDI Clearinghouse Network. On July 23, 2009, the Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee of the House Natural Resources Committee held an oversight hearing on federal geospatial data management. Rep. John Sarbanes of Maryland quoted a U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) report from his briefing material saying that only 4 of the FGDC member agencies were in compliance.
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    Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce

    • Committee of: IMSM
    The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization promoting business in the Chicago metropolitan area of the United States. The Chamber is a voice at local, state and national levels for approximately 2,600 member companies and their 1.3 million employees. The organization is located in Suite 2200 in the Aon Center in the Chicago Loop area of Chicago, Illinois, United States. Steel magnate Clayton Mark was a famous member who worked to address many of the city's social and political problems as President of the Board of Education and President of the Civic Federation of Chicago. Association of Commerce and Industry, as it was originally known, formed in 1904. In 1992, the organization took on the name Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber is headed by Jerry Roper, its President and CEO, who is a national figure in the United States business community. Since 1993, he has been an outspoken advocate for business growth, job creation, entrepreneurship, and civic activity in Chicago and throughout the country. Some issues the Chamber regularly advocates on behalf of include: History: The Chamber is a direct lineal descendent of the Chicago Board of Trade which was
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    Committee of Detail

    • Committee of: The United States Constitutional Convention
    The Committee of Detail was a committee established by the United States Constitutional Convention on June 23, 1787 to put down a draft text reflecting the agreements made by the Convention up to that point, including the Virginia Plan's 15 resolutions. It was chaired by John Rutledge, and other members included Edmund Randolph, Oliver Ellsworth, James Wilson, and Nathaniel Gorham. The Convention adjourned from July 26 to August 6 to await the report of this committee. This report, when made, constituted the first draft of the United States Constitution, and much of what was contained in the final document was present in this draft. The committee, in preparing its draft of a Constitution, turned for assistance to the State constitutions, to the Articles of Confederation, to the various plans that had been submitted to the Convention and other available material. Overall, the report of the committee conformed to the resolutions adopted by the Convention, though on many clauses the members of the committee left the imprint of their individual and collective judgments. In a few instances, the committee avowedly exercised considerable discretion. For example, the Committee added the
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    International Committee on Anthropogenic Soils

    The International Committee on Anthropogenic Soils (ICOMANTH) defines its mission as follows. "ICOMANTH is charged with defining appropriate classes in soil taxonomy for soils that have their major properties derived from human activities. The committee should establish which criteria significantly reflect human activities, or when a soil's properties are dominantly the result of human activities."
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    Joint Committee on Powder Diffraction Standards

    The International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) maintains a database of powder diffraction patterns, the Powder Diffraction File (PDF), including the d-spacings (related to angle of diffraction) and relative intensities of observable diffraction peaks. Patterns may be experimentally determined, or computed based on crystal structure and Bragg's law. It is most often used to identify substances based on x-ray diffraction data, and is designed for use with a diffractometer. The database is exhaustive, over 500,000 entries as of 2006; computer algorithms allow rapid peak matching. The organization was founded in 1941 as the Joint Committee on Powder Diffraction Standards (JCPDS). In 1978, the name of the organization was changed to the current name to highlight the global commitment of this scientific endeavor. The ICDD is a nonprofit scientific organization, founded by, and dedicated to scientists working in the field of X-ray analysis and materials characterization. The ICDD produces materials databases, characterization tools, and educational materials, as well as organizing and supporting global workshops, clinics and conferences. It provides the scientific community with the
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    IEEE 829

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 829-2008, also known as the 829 Standard for Software and System Test Documentation, is an IEEE standard that specifies the form of a set of documents for use in eight defined stages of software testing, each stage potentially producing its own separate type of document. The standard specifies the format of these documents but does not stipulate whether they all must be produced, nor does it include any criteria regarding adequate content for these documents. These are a matter of judgment outside the purview of the standard. The documents are: Other standards that may be referred to when documenting according to IEEE 829 include: The standard forms part of the training syllabus of the ISEB Foundation and Practitioner Certificates in Software Testing promoted by the British Computer Society. ISTQB, following the formation of its own syllabus based on ISEB's and Germany's ASQF syllabi, also adopted IEEE 829 as the reference standard for software and system test documentation. The latest revision to IEEE 829, known as IEEE 829-2008, was published on 18 July 2008 and has superseded the 1998 version.
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    IEEE 1667

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 1667 ("Standard Protocol for Authentication in Host Attachments of Transient Storage Devices") is a standard published and maintained by the IEEE that describes various methods for authenticating transient storage devices such as USB flash drives when they are inserted into a computer. Since the protocol is universal, it means that will be platform independent of operating system. On 25 November 2008 Microsoft announced that IEEE 1667 will be implemented on Windows 7. Use IEEE 1667 to communicate with a secure module What does it bring to IEEE 1667? What does it bring to Smart Card systems? Use cases: examples & standards Simple encapsulation transport Provides an IEEE 1667 interface to a TCG storage device http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org TCG Storage Silo functionality includes: TCG Storage Silo functionality can be implemented at multiple levels Each device must have at least one ACT with at least one Authentication Silo The Password Silo is an Authentication Silo initially developed to the External IEEE 1667 Silo guidelines Password functionality includes This silo uses simple cryptography: Figure from IEEE 1667-2009 specification In this sequence: Each device must have
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    IEEE 802

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802 refers to a family of IEEE standards dealing with local area networks and metropolitan area networks. More specifically, the IEEE 802 standards are restricted to networks carrying variable-size packets. (By contrast, in cell relay networks data is transmitted in short, uniformly sized units called cells. Isochronous networks, where data is transmitted as a steady stream of octets, or groups of octets, at regular time intervals, are also out of the scope of this standard.) The number 802 was simply the next free number IEEE could assign, though “802” is sometimes associated with the date the first meeting was held — February 1980. The services and protocols specified in IEEE 802 map to the lower two layers (Data Link and Physical) of the seven-layer OSI networking reference model. In fact, IEEE 802 splits the OSI Data Link Layer into two sub-layers named Logical Link Control (LLC) and Media Access Control (MAC), so that the layers can be listed like this: The IEEE 802 family of standards is maintained by the IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee (LMSC). The most widely used standards are for the Ethernet family, Token Ring, Wireless LAN, Bridging and Virtual Bridged LANs. An
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    Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

    • Committee of: IMSM
    The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is a British charity which aims to promote safety. It is particularly known for its vocal campaigns on issues of road safety, including Tufty the road crossing squirrel, the Cycling Proficiency Test and the Green Cross Code, as well as on issues of occupational health and safety. RoSPA came into being in 1917 in response to the 'alarming increase in road accidents' during the First World War blackouts. Accident data were collected, and there was a call to license all drivers. Three children's safety competitions were run, involving 57,000 pupils, and a railway safety committee was established. A campaign to change the pedestrian rule so that walkers face oncoming traffic was so successful that fatal accidents caused by pedestrians stepping into the path of vehicles fell by 70 per cent in 12 months. The Industrial "Safety First" Committee was established following this campaign. Nevertheless, the organisation estimates that 550,000 people have died on Britain's roads since Bridget Driscoll's death in 1896. The organisation later became known as the British Industrial "Safety First" Association aiming to tackle workplace
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    Television network

    Television network

    • Committee of: This TV
    A television network is a telecommunications network for distribution of television program content, whereby a central operation provides programming to many television stations or pay TV providers. Until the mid-1980s, television programming in most countries of the world was dominated by a small number of broadcast networks. Many early television networks (e.g. the BBC, NBC or CBS) evolved from earlier radio networks. In countries where most networks broadcast identical, centrally originated content to all their stations and where most individual TV transmitters therefore operate only as large "repeater stations", the terms "television network", "television channel" (a numeric identifier or radio frequency), and "television station" have become mostly interchangeable in everyday language, with professionals in TV-related occupations continuing to make a difference between them. Within the industry, a tiering is sometimes created among groups of networks based on whether their programming is simultaneously originated from a central point, and whether the network master control has the technical and administrative capability to take-over the programming of their affiliates in
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    American Society for Quality

    American Society for Quality

    • Committee of: IMSM
    American Society for Quality (ASQ), formerly known as American Society for Quality Control (ASQC), is a knowledge-based global community of quality control experts, with nearly 85,000 members dedicated to the promotion and advancement of quality tools, principles, and practices in their workplaces and in their communities. Established in 1946 and based in Milwaukee, ASQ traces its beginnings to the end of World War II, as quality experts and manufacturers sought ways to sustain the many quality-improvement techniques used during wartime. ASQ has played an important role in upholding these standards from the past while championing continued innovation in the field of quality. In the 1980s, ASQ members began to see how quality could be applied beyond the world of manufacturing. Quality, they realized, could make a difference in any organization and touch every person in it. Because of this, the idea of quality began to morph into a much broader discipline aimed at leading, inspiring, and managing a broad range of businesses and activities, with a focus on excellence. ASQ supports its members by providing a wide range of resources, from certification and training to publications and
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    Federation of Small Businesses

    • Committee of: Noisy Little Monkey
    The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) was formed in 1974 and is the UK's leading business organisation representing small and medium sized businesses. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is a not-for-profit organisation that exists to protect and promote the FSB and small businesses. With more than 200,000 members, the FSB is a powerful lobbying organisation representing small firms to national, local and devolved Government. The FSB also offers its members a comprehensive package of benefits, including a 24 hour legal advice line and free business banking. The FSB was originally known as the National Federation of Self-Employed (NFSE). It was founded in 1974 by Norman Small in response to the introduction of Class 4 National Insurance contributions, which represented an additional tax burden on the self-employed and the owners of small businesses. Small invited anyone affected by the new tax to attend a meeting in his home town of Lytham St Annes. At that meeting he put forward the idea of an organisation designed to promote the voice of the self-employed. Similar meetings in other parts of the country followed and within nine months the NFSE had a membership of 25,000
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    British Horseracing Authority

    • Committee of: Jockey Club
    The British Horseracing Authority, also known simply as the BHA, is the regulatory authority for horse racing in Great Britain. It was formed on 31 July 2007, after the merger of the British Horseracing Board (BHB) and the Horseracing Regulatory Authority (HRA). Its stated objectives are to: “provide the most compelling and attractive racing in the world; be seen as the world leader in raceday regulation; ensure the highest standards for the sport and participants, on and away from the racecourse; promote the best for the racehorse; and represent and promote the sport and the industry.” It is a member of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities, the headquarters of which are in France. The British Horseracing Authority performs a number of functions. These include: The Authority’s Integrity Services Department performs some of its most well publicised duties. These include: Retraining of Racehorses In April 2000, British Horseracing launched Retraining of Racehorses (RoR), the official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing through injury, old age or a lack of ability. The British Horseracing Authority, www.britishhorseracing.com Retraining of
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    FIM Road Racing Commission

    • Committee of: Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme
    A special commission within the FIM motorcycle racing organization that defines laws and regulations concerning motorcycle road racing event categories, such as Superbike, Supersport, Superstock, Endurance, etc.
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    Fourth Council of the Lateran

    Fourth Council of the Lateran

    The Fourth Council of the Lateran was convoked by Pope Innocent III with the papal bull of April 19, 1213, and the Council gathered at Rome's Lateran Palace beginning November 11, 1215. Due to the great length of time between the Council's convocation and meeting, many bishops had the opportunity to attend. It was the 12th ecumenical council and is sometimes called the "Great Council" or "General Council of Lateran" due to the presence of seventy-one patriarchs and metropolitan bishops, four hundred and twelve bishops, and nine hundred abbots and priors together with representatives of several monarchs. Pope Innocent III had always planned to gather an ecumenical council because of the limited results of the Third Crusade and the bitter results of the Fourth Crusade, which had led to the capture of Constantinople and large parts of the Byzantine Empire. Innocent III wanted to reformulate papal involvement in the Crusades as outlined in his decree "To Free the Holy Land", but only towards the end of his pontificate did he realise this project. The Pope presented seventy-one decrees; the Council considered these along with the organization of the Fifth Crusade and with measures
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    Scientific Committee on Consumer Products

    The Scientific Committee on Consumer Products (abbreviated SCCP) is one of the independent scientific committees managed by the Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection of the European Commission, which provide scientific advice to the Commission on issues related to non-food issues. The Scientific Committee on Consumer Products was set up in 2004 to provide the European Commission with scientific advice on the safety of non-food consumer products. It replaced the former Scientific Committee on Cosmetic Products and Non-Food Products (SCCNFP). The SCCP's advice is intended to enable risk managers to take the adequate and required actions in order to guarantee consumer protection. The SCCP addresses questions in relation to the safety, allergenic properties, and impact on consumer health, of products and ingredients such as toys, textiles, clothing, cosmetics, personal care products, domestic products such as detergents, and consumer services such as tattooing. By the end of 2006 the SCCP had adopted close to 100 opinions or position papers on topics such as fragrances, hair dyes, sunbeds, tooth bleaching, preservatives, UV filters, and other substances. The SCCP
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    IEEE 802.16

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.16 is a series of Wireless Broadband standards authored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The IEEE Standards Board established a working group in 1999 to develop standards for broadband for Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks. The Workgroup is a unit of the IEEE 802 local area network and metropolitan area network standards committee. Although the 802.16 family of standards is officially called WirelessMAN in IEEE, it has been commercialized under the name “WiMAX” (from "Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access") by the WiMAX Forum industry alliance. The Forum promotes and certifies compatibility and interoperability of products based on the IEEE 802.16 standards. The 802.16e-2005 amendment version was announced as being deployed around the world in 2009. The version IEEE 802.16-2009 was amended by IEEE 802.16j-2009. Projects publish draft and proposed standards with the letter "P" prepended, which gets dropped and replaced by a dash and year when the standards are ratified and published. IEEE 802.16 standardizes the air interface and related functions associated with wireless local loop. The charter originally envisioned that three
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    Southeast Quail Study Group

    • Committee of: Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
    The Southeast Quail Study Group (SEQSG) Technical Committee, an arm of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA), completed in March 2002 the Northern Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI). The Initiative is the first-ever landscape-scale habitat restoration and population recovery plan for northern bobwhites (Colinus virginianus) in the U.S. NBCI was developed at the charge of the SEAFWA directors, in recognition of (1) the continuing serious decline of bobwhite populations across most of the species, range, and (2) the necessity for large-scale coordinated, collaborative action at the regional level.
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    World Scout Committee

    • Committee of: World Organization of the Scout Movement
    The World Scout Committee is the executive body of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM). It is one of three primary components of WOSM; with the other two being the World Scout Conference and the World Scout Bureau. The World Scout Committee is responsible for the implementation of the resolutions of the World Scout Conference and for acting on its behalf between its meetings. The Committee is composed of 14 members. Twelve, each from a different country, are elected for six-year terms by the World Scout Conference. The members do not represent their country but the interests of the Movement as a whole. The Secretary General, and the Treasurer, of the World Organization of the Scout Movement are ex-officio members of the Committee. The chairmen of the regional Scout committees participate in the World Scout Committee meetings in a consultative capacity. The Committee meets twice a year, usually in Geneva, Switzerland. Its Steering Committee, consisting of the Chairman, two Vice-Chairmen, and the Secretary General meet as needed. The World Scout Committee has set up work streams to address the top Strategic priorities, as defined by the World Scout Conference.
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    IEEE 802.1

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.1 is a working group of the IEEE 802 project of the IEEE Standards Association. It is concerned with: The IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee makes current standards freely available, after a six month delay, through their Get IEEE 802.1 program. Other recent 802.1 standards are available through the IEEE for a fee.
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    Supervisory board

    • Committee of: Fonds de Garantie des Depôts
    A supervisory board or supervisory committee, often called board of directors, is a group of individuals chosen by the stockholders of a company to promote their interests through the governance of the company and to hire and supervise the executive directors and CEO. Corporate governance varies between countries, especially regarding the board system. There are countries that have a one-tier board system (like the U.S.) and there are others that have a two-tier board system like Germany. In a one-tier board, all directors (both executive directors as well as non-executive directors) form one board, called the board of directors. In a two-tier board there is an executive board (all executive directors) and a separate supervisory board (all non-executive directors). German corporation law Aktiengesetz requires all Aktiengesellschaften to have two boards: a management board called Vorstand and a supervisory board called Aufsichtsrat. In Germany the supervisory board of large corporations is composed of 20 members, 10 of which are elected by the shareholders, the other 10 being employee representatives. The supervisory board oversees and appoints the members of the management board
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    Digital broadcasting

    • Committee of: This TV
    Digital broadcasting is the practice of using digital data rather than analogue waveforms to carry broadcasts over television channels or assigned radio frequency bands. It is becoming increasingly popular for television usage (especially satellite television) but is having a slower adoption rate for radio. Digital links, thanks to the use of data compression, generally have more efficient bandwidth usage than analog links, which allows a content provider more room to provide services, or to provide a higher-quality signal than had been previously available. It is estimated that the share of digital broadcasting increased from 7% of the total amount of broadcasted information in 2000, to 25% in 2007. NB: For more information on the premise of digital broadcasting refer to the 2002 edition of the World Radio TV Handbook. Digital broadcasting has been helped greatly thanks to the presence of computers. In fact, with the invention of the integrated circuit in the 1960s and the microprocessor in the 1970s, digital broadcasting seems to have taken a footing in the global village that is broadcasting. However, most broadcasters are switching to digital broadcasting mostly because of a
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    Rachel Carson Awards Council

    National Audubon Society's Rachel Carson Award is the nation's premier award honoring women leaders in the environmental world. Presented annually at the Women in ConservationLuncheon each May, it distinguishes exceptional women whose immense talent, expertise, and energy have helped advance the environmental conservation movement locally and globally. National Audubon and the Rachel Carson Awards Council search each year to recognize a small group of women who have made significant contributions to the environmental conservation movement. As diverse as local grassroots activists to CEOs of national organizations, honorees are drawn from varied backgrounds, including the worlds of journalism, academics, education, science, entertainment, business, law and philanthropy. The main objective of the award is to identify and honor women who have shown exceptional dedication, energy and passion in working to protect and improve the world. The Rachel Carson Award Council is a group of thirty women who help select the Rachel Carson Award Honorees. The Council also promotes education and information on the environment. Council members meet and share information on mainstream and emerging
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    Privy Council

    The Privy Council of Northern Ireland was a formal body of advisors to the sovereign and was a vehicle for the monarch's prerogative powers in Northern Ireland. It was modelled on the Privy Council of the United Kingdom. The Council was created in 1922 as a result of the division of Ireland into the Irish Free State and Northern Ireland. The latter remained part of the United Kingdom albeit with its own parliament. The previous Privy Council of Ireland, however, was never formally abolished, remaining theoretically in existence though devoid of members other than the Lord Mayor of Dublin, who continued to be styled Right Honourable as a result. The Privy Council of Northern Ireland consisted of senior members of the Northern Ireland government including the Prime Minister of Northern Ireland; its members were appointed for life. The Council rarely met and was largely a ceremonial body with its responsibilities exercised by the cabinet. It was effectively abolished when the office of Governor of Northern Ireland and the Parliament of Northern Ireland were formally abolished in 1973 and its powers were transferred to the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, a member of the
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    Fifth Council of the Lateran

    Fifth Council of the Lateran

    The Fifth Council of the Lateran (1512–1517) was the last Ecumenical council of the Catholic Church before reformation. When elected pope in 1503, Pope Julius II (1503-1513; born Giuliano della Rovere,1443–1513), promised under oath that he would soon convoke a general council. However, as time passed the promise was not fulfilled. Consequently, certain dissatisfied cardinals, urged by Emperor Maximilian and Louis XII of France, convoked a council at Pisa and fixed 1 September 1511, for its opening, but it was delayed until 1 October. The four cardinals who met at Pisa came with proxies from three others. Several bishops and abbots were also present, as well as ambassadors from the King of France. In the last session of the Pope Julius II was suspended, and the council participants withdrew to Lyon. Julius II was quick to oppose this conciliabulum and convoked another council by a papal bull of 18 July 1511, which was to meet on 19 April 1512, in the Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano. The bull was not only a canonical document but polemical in content. Julius refuted the allegation by the cardinals for their Pisa "conciliabulum". He declared that his promise before his election
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    IEEE 802.4

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.4 defines the medium access control (MAC) layer for bus networks that use a token-passing mechanism (token bus networks). This is an application of the concepts used in token ring networks. The main difference is that the endpoints of the bus do not meet to form a physical ring. The IEEE 802.4 Working Group is disbanded.
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    B’nai B’rith International

    • Committee of: B'nai B'rith
    The B’nai B’rith International (BBI) is the international governing body of B’nai B’rith. It was formerly know as the Constitution Grand Lodge (1843 – 1935), the Supreme Lodge (1935 to 1974).
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    Committee on Data for Science and Technology

    The Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) was established in 1966 as an interdisciplinary committee of the International Council for Science. It seeks to improve the compilation, critical evaluation, storage, and retrieval of data of importance to science and technology. The CODATA Task Group on Fundamental Constants was established in 1969. Its purpose is to periodically provide the international scientific and technological communities with an internationally accepted set of values of the fundamental physical constants and closely related conversion factors for use worldwide. The first such CODATA set was published in 1973, later in 1986, 1998, 2002 and the fifth in 2006. The latest version is Ver.6.0 called "2010CODATA" published on 2011-06-02. The CODATA recommended values of fundamental physical constants are published at the NIST Reference on Constants, Units, and Uncertainty. CODATA sponsors the CODATA international conference every two years.
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    Committee on Sustainability Assessment

    The Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA) is the branch of the Sustainable Commodity Initiative (SCI) that has overseen the development of an independent measurement tool that analyses the social, environmental and economic impacts associated with the implementation of specific sustainability practices and programs. The COSA consists of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD); Centre de Cooperation Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Developpement (CIRAD); INCAE – Centro de Inteligencia sobre los Mercados Sostenibles (CIMS); and Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Ensenanza (CATIE). The objective of the Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA) is to provide a tool with which farmers and policy-makers can use to make rational choices about sustainability, based on their own particular local conditions and needs. The COSA project is a multi-criteria analysis of indicators relating to occupational health and safety, working hours and wages, basic human rights, community relations and wellbeing, farmer perception, farm income, risk exposure, market access, farm management, producer organization, resource use, pollution, soil
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    IEEE 802.3

    IEEE 802.3

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.3 is a working group and a collection of IEEE standards produced by the working group defining the physical layer and data link layer's media access control (MAC) of wired Ethernet. This is generally a local area network technology with some wide area network applications. Physical connections are made between nodes and/or infrastructure devices (hubs, switches, routers) by various types of copper or fiber cable. 802.3 is a technology that supports the IEEE 802.1 network architecture.
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    IEEE 802.6

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.6 is a standard governed by the ANSI for Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN). It is an improvement of an older standard (also created by ANSI) which used the Fiber distributed data interface (FDDI) network structure. The FDDI-based standard failed due to its expensive implementation and lack of compatibility with current LAN standards. The IEEE 802.6 standard uses the Distributed Queue Dual Bus (DQDB) network form. This form supports 150 Mbit/s transfer rates. It consists of two unconnected unidirectional buses. DQDB is rated for a maximum of 160 km before significant signal degradation over fiberoptic cable with an optical wavelength of 1310 nm. This standard has also failed, mostly for the same reasons that the FDDI standard failed. Most MANs now use Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) or Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network designs, with recent designs using native Ethernet or MPLS.
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    IEEE 802.7

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.7 is a sub-standard of the IEEE 802 which covers broadband local area networks. The working group did issue a recommendation in 1989, but is currently inactive and in hibernation.
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    ISCB

    ISCB

    The International Society for Computational Biology, ISCB, is a scholarly society for researchers in computational biology and bioinformatics. Founded in 1997, the society's core mission is to contribute to the scientific understanding of living systems through computation. ISCB seeks to communicate the significance of computational biology to the larger scientific community, to governmental organizations, and to the general public; the society serves its members locally, nationally, and internationally; it provides guidance for scientific policies, publications, meetings, and distributes information through multiple platforms. ISCB organizes the Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology, ISMB, conference every year, a growing number of smaller, more regionally or topically focused annual and bi-annual conferences, and has two official journals: PLoS Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. The society awards two prizes each year, the Overton Prize and the Accomplishment by a Senior Scientist Award, and it inducts Fellows, to honor members that have distinguished themselves through outstanding contributions to the fields of computational biology and bioinformatics. A president, an
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    Joint Task Group Report Review Committee

    • Committee of: NAWMP Science Support Team
    This committee shall serve to review, interpret and prioritize the recommendations proposed by other NSST committees and subsequently shall develop action items and task assignments to address objectives and strategies leading to their completion.
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    Committee on Social Thought

    The Committee on Social Thought is one of several PhD-granting committees at the University of Chicago. It was started in 1941 by historian John Ulric Nef along with economist Frank Knight, anthropologist Robert Redfield, and University President Robert Maynard Hutchins. The committee is interdisciplinary, but it is not centered on any specific topic; rather, the committee has, since its inception, drawn together noted academics and writers to "foster awareness of the permanent questions at the origin of all learned inquiry" . Notable past members of the committee have included Marshall G. S. Hodgson and Eliot, Bellow, Coetzee, and Hayek have been awarded Nobel prizes. Current faculty include Religion scholar Wendy Doniger, theologian David Tracy, sociologist Hans Joas, literary theorist Thomas Pavel, theorist of German literature David Wellbery, classicist James M. Redfield, philosopher and psychoanalyst Jonathan Lear, philosopher Jean-Luc Marion, medieval historian David Nirenberg, philosopher Robert B. Pippin, Nobel Laureate economist Robert Fogel, classicist Laura M. Slatkin, historian of science Lorraine Daston, physician and philosopher Leon Kass (former chairman of the
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    IEEE 802.10

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 802.10 is a former standard for security functions that could be used in both local area networks and metropolitan area networks based on IEEE 802 protocols. 802.10 specifies security association management and key management, as well as access control, data confidentiality and data integrity. The IEEE 802.10 standards were withdrawn in January 2004 and this working group of the IEEE 802 is not currently active. Security for wireless networks was standardized in 802.11i. The Cisco Inter-Switch Link (ISL) protocol for supporting VLANs on Ethernet and similar LAN technologies was based on IEEE 802.10; in this application 802.10 has largely been replaced by IEEE 802.1Q. The standard being developed has 8 parts: Parts b, e, f, g, and h are incorporated in IEEE Standard 802.10-1998.
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    People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights

    The People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR) is an Indian non-governmental organisation that fights for the rights of marginalised people in several North-Indian states, especially in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. It was founded in 1996 by Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi, his wife Shruti Naghuvanshi and the Sarod Maestro Vikash Maharaj. Nowadays the PVCHR has about 50,000 members including 3,000 former torture victims. The PVCHR works on the eradication of caste based injustices that prevail in India though prohibitted for more than 60 years now. The organisation therefore takes manifold action as for example:
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    Second International Polar Year

    • Committee of: International Meteorological Organization
    The International Meteorological Organization proposed and promoted the Second IPY (1932–1933) as an effort to investigate the global implications of the newly discovered “Jet Stream.” 40 nations participated in the Second IPY, and it heralded advances in meteorology, magnetism, atmospheric science, and in the “mapping” of ionospheric phenomena that advanced radioscience and technology. Forty permanent observation stations were established in the Arctic, creating a step-function expansion in ongoing scientific Arctic research. In Antarctica, the U.S. contribution was the second Byrd Antarctic expedition, which established a winter-long meteorological station approximately 125 miles south of Little America Station on the Ross Ice Shelf at the southern end of Roosevelt Island. This was the first research station inland from Antarctica’s coast.
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    Pintail Action Group

    • Committee of: NAWMP Science Support Team
    The Pintail Action Group is a cooperative group of public and private interests dedicated to the conservation of the Northern Pintail. Its membership includes Ducks Unlimited Canada and Mexico, Ducks Unlimited, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey, Canadian Wildlife Service, California Waterfowl Association, California Fish and Game, Texas Parks and Wildlife, and several universities. Endorsed by the Plan Committee, the group operates under and reports to the NSST. This group works toward identifying and addressing research needs and working with landowners to rehabilitate and preserve pintail habitat.
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    Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy

    The Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy (COSEPUP) is a committee of the United States National Academy of Sciences (NAS), the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), and the Institute of Medicine (IOM). It is chartered by the Academies to address "the concerns and requests of the President's Science Advisor, the Director of the National Science Foundation, the Chair of the National Science Board, and heads of other federal research and development departments and agencies, and the Chairs of key science and technology-related committees of the Congress."
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    Hauppauge Industrial Association

    • Committee of: IMSM
    The Hauppauge Industrial Association, which has a membership of approximately 1,000 companies throughout Long Island, is a grass-roots, pro-active 27- year old business organization that focuses on the economic health and well-being of its member companies and that of the entire Long Island business community. HIA provides services and programs focusing on international trade, human resources, business development, government affairs, manufacturing, technology, environment, education, engineering, transportation, and energy. HIA offers many networking opportunities at monthly luncheons, educational seminars, trade shows, golf outings, fishing and ski trips, holiday parties, etc. In addition, HIA successfully spearheaded an effort to have New York State construct an exit into the Industrial park in Hauppauge where more than 60% of its members are located, from Northern State Parkway. This exit is used daily by hundreds of business people. It works closely with town, county and state government agencies and departments, to help ensure the safety, health, ease of transportation, and general business assistance for the 1300 companies and 55,000 employees in the Hauppauge Industrial
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    Joint venture

    • Committee of: This TV
    A joint venture (JV) is a business agreement in which parties agree to develop, for a finite time, a new entity and new assets by contributing equity. They exercise control over the enterprise and consequently share revenues, expenses and assets. There are other types of companies such as JV limited by guarantee, joint ventures limited by guarantee with partners holding shares. In European law, the term 'joint-venture' (or joint undertaking) is an elusive legal concept, better defined under the rules of company law. In France, the term 'joint venture' is variously translated as 'association d'entreprises', 'entreprise conjointe', 'coentreprise' or 'entreprise commune'. But generally, the term societe anonyme loosely covers all foreign collaborations. In Germany, 'joint venture' is better represented as a 'combination of companies' (Konzern). With individuals, when two or more persons come together to form a temporary partnership for the purpose of carrying out a particular project, such partnership can also be called a joint venture where the parties are "co-venturers". The venture can be for one specific project only - when the JV is referred to more correctly as a consortium (as
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    IEEE Technical Committee on RFID

    The IEEE Technical Committee on RFID (CRFID) is a technical committee of the IEEE, and functions under the IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB). The committee deals with technology matters related to radio frequency identification (RFID), an automatic identification method for retrieving and accessing data using RFID tags or transponders. These systems include tags, readers, and associated interfaces. Applications include Functions of the committee include projects such as The Committee’s voting members must be Graduate Student Member, Member, Senior Member or Fellow grade. IEEE RFID 2009 IEEE RFID 2010 http://www.ieee.org/portal/cms_docs_iportals/iportals/volunteers/tab/governing_docs/charters/RFID_Charter.pdf
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    Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs

    The Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs (originally called The Independent Council on Drug Harms (ICDH)) is a UK-based independent drugs advisory committee proposed and initially funded by Toby Jackson. It is chaired by Professor David Nutt and was officially launched on 15 January 2010 with the help of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. The primary aim of the committee is to review and investigate the scientific evidence of drug harms free from political interference. This follows the controversial sacking of Professor Nutt, on 30 October 2009 as chair of the UK's statutory Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs by UK Home Secretary, Alan Johnson after the Equasy controversy. The controversy followed his Eve Saville Memorial Lecture (2009) at the Centre.
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    IEEE 1284

    IEEE 1284

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE 1284 is a standard that defines bi-directional parallel communications between computers and other devices. In the 1970s, Centronics developed the now-familiar printer parallel port that soon became a de facto standard. The original standard became non-standard itself as enhanced versions of the interface were developed, such as the HP Bitronics implementation released in 1992. In 1991 the Network Printing Alliance was formed to develop a new standard. In March 1994, the IEEE 1284 specification was released The IEEE 1284 standard allows for faster throughput and bidirectional data flow with a theoretical maximum throughput of 4 megabytes per second; actual throughput is around 2 megabytes/second, depending on hardware. In the printer venue, this allows for faster printing and back-channel status and management. Since the new standard allowed the peripheral to send large amounts of data back to the host, devices that had previously used SCSI interfaces could be produced at a much lower cost. This included scanners, tape drives, hard disks, computer networks connected directly via parallel interface, network adapters and other devices. No longer was the consumer required to
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    McLaughlin Research Institute Scientific Advisory Committee

    McLaughlin Research Institute Scientific Advisory Committee

    • Committee of: McLaughlin Research Institute
    McLaughlin Research Institute's Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) evaluates the progress and directions of research at the Institute, provides advice to the Director and the Board on scientific matters, and helps in recruiting new scientists and identifying new funding opportunities. The Committee, which is composed of outstanding scientists from across the country, meets annually at the Institute. Members meet with Institute scientists and postdoctoral fellows to help further their research and career development. The SAC meeting is regularly held in conjunction with a day-long workshop featuring presentations by SAC members, Institute Staff, and invited guests. The workshop is open to members of Montana's scientific community.
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    Parker Consultative Group

    Parker Consultative Group

    Parker Library on the Web is a multi-year undertaking of Corpus Christi College, the Stanford University Libraries and Cambridge University Library, to produce a high-resolution digital copy of every imageable page of most manuscripts in the Parker Library of Corpus Christi College (Cambridge University Press, 1912). This group advises the project participants.
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    Second Council of the Lateran

    Second Council of the Lateran

    The Second Council of the Lateran is believed to have been the Tenth Ecumenical Council by Roman Catholics. It was held by Pope Innocent II in April 1139, and was attended by close to a thousand clerics. Its immediate task was to neutralise the after-effects of the schism, which had arisen after the death of Pope Honorius II in February 1130 and the setting up of Petris Leonis as the antipope Anacletus II. After the death of Honorius II, Petrus Leonis, under the name of Anacletus II, was elected as Pope by a majority of the cardinals and with the support of the people of Rome on the same day as a minority elected Innocent II. In 1135, Innocent II held a council at Pisa, which confirmed his authority and condemned Anacletus. Anacletus's death in 1138 helped largely to solve the tension between rival factions. Nevertheless, Innocent decided to call the tenth ecumenical council. The Council assembled at the Lateran Palace and nearly a thousand prelates attended. In his opening statement Innocent deposed those who had been ordained and instituted by Anacletus or any of his adherents. King Roger II of Sicily was excommunicated for maintaining what was thought to be a schismatic
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    United States Olympic Committee

    United States Olympic Committee

    • Committee of: International Olympic Committee
    The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) is a non-profit organization that serves as the National Olympic Committee (NOC) and National Paralympic Committee (NPC) for the United States and coordinates the relationship between the United States Anti-Doping Agency and the World Anti-Doping Agency and various international sports federations. Under the Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act, the Committee is chartered under Title 36 of the United States Code. Despite this federal mandate, it receives no continuous financial assistance from the U.S. government. As a non-profit organization, the USOC is wholly dependent on private contributions and corporate sponsorship. As a NOC, the Committee supports American athletes in general and Olympic athletes in specific and selects and enters athletes for participation in the Games of the Olympiad, Olympic Winter Games, Youth Olympic Games, and Pan American Games. Each individual Olympic Sport has a National Governing Body, supervised and funded by the USOC, which administers that sport and selects the athletes for the games. The Committee provides training centers, funds, and support staff to elite athletes. The USOC also acts as the
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    IEEE P1363

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE P1363 is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standardization project for public-key cryptography. It includes specifications for: The chair of the working group as of October 2008 is William Whyte of NTRU Cryptosystems, Inc., who has served since August 2001. Former chairs were Ari Singer, also of NTRU (1999-2001), and Burt Kaliski of RSA Security (1994-1999). This specification includes key agreement, signature, and encryption schemes using several mathematical approaches: integer factorization, discrete logarithm, and elliptic curve discrete logarithm. This document includes a number of password-authenticated key agreement schemes, and a password-authenticated key retrieval scheme. This project was approved September 2005; First complete draft available at , May 2008 (pdf).
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    Committee on Space Research

    The Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) was established by the International Council for Science in 1958. Among COSPAR's objectives are the promotion of scientific research in space on an international level, with emphasis on the free exchange of results, information, and opinions, and providing a forum, open to all scientists, for the discussion of problems that may affect space research. These objectives are achieved through the organization of symposia, publication, and other means. COSPAR has created a number of research programmes on different topics, a few in cooperation with other scientific Unions. The long term project COSPAR international reference atmosphere started in 1960; since then it produced several editions of the high atmosphere code CIRA, The code "IRI" of the URSI-COSPAR working group on the International Reference Ionosphere was first edited in 1978 and is yearly updated. Every second year COSPAR organises a General Assembly (also called Scientific Assembly). These are conferences currently gathering more than a thousand participating space researchers. The most recent assemblies are listed below.
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    Committee on Commonwealth Membership

    The Committee on Commonwealth Membership (CCM) was a committee convened by the Commonwealth Secretariat in 2006 to examine and report on prospective changes to the membership criteria of the Commonwealth of Nations. It was chaired by P. J. Patterson, formerly Prime Minister of Jamaica, and consisted of seven other members. The committee met twice, both times in London: on 6-7 December 2006 and 14 May 2007. It issued its report on 24 October 2007, and presented it to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2007, in Kampala, Uganda. The committee was also attended by the Commonwealth Secretary-General Don McKinnon, Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Florence Mugasha, and Head of the Political Affairs Division, Matthew Neuhaus. The Committee's reported to the 2007 CHOGM in the name of all the members, without dissenting opinion. It was drafted by W. David McIntyre, who also served as a consultant to the Committee. The report supported the prevailing and existing requirements as established by the Edinburgh Declaration. It dictated that the core criteria for membership should be that countries: The Committee also recommended that new members be 'encouraged' to join the
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    Norwegian Nobel Committee

    • Committee of: Storting
    The Norwegian Nobel Committee (Norwegian: Den norske Nobelkomité) awards the Nobel Peace Prize each year. Its five members are appointed by the Norwegian Parliament and today roughly represent the political makeup of that body. In his will, Alfred Nobel tasked the Parliament of Norway with selecting the winners of the Nobel Peace Prize. The committee is assisted by the Norwegian Nobel Institute, its secretariat, and the committee holds their meetings in the institute's building, where the winner is also announced. The award ceremony, however, takes places in Oslo City Hall (since 1990). Alfred Nobel died in December 1896, and in January 1897 the contents of his will were unveiled. It was written as early as in 1895. In his will, it was declared that a Nobel Peace Prize should be awarded "to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses", and that some of Nobel's money was to be donated to this prize. The Nobel Foundation manages the assets. The other Nobel Prizes were to be awarded by Swedish bodies (Swedish Academy, Royal Swedish
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    NSST Executive Committee

    • Committee of: NAWMP Science Support Team
    This committee shall consist of the NAWMP Coordinator, the Chair and Vice–Chair. The Executive Committee shall have general supervision of the affairs of the NSST between its business meetings, make recommendations to the NSST as necessary and shall perform such other duties as may be specified in these Bylaws. The Executive Committee shall be subject to the orders of the NSST and none of its acts shall conflict with action taken by the NSST. Furthermore, the Executive Committee shall seek input from all voting NSST representatives prior to acting on behalf of the NSST when the topic is deemed important enough and time allows. Special meetings of the Executive Committee may be called by the NAWMP Coordinator or Chair as necessary.
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    Royal Commission on Awards to Inventors

    A Royal Commission on Awards to Inventors is a periodic Royal Commission of the United Kingdom used to hear patent disputes. On October 6, 1919 a Royal Commission on Awards to Inventors was convened to hear 11 claims for the invention of the tank; one of the eleven "claimants" was a team of two (thus there were 12 individuals involved). A Royal Commission on Awards to Inventors was established in 1946 to hear claims of inventors who "allege that their inventions, drawings or processes have been used by Government Departments and Allied Governments during the War".
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    British Quality Foundation

    British Quality Foundation

    • Committee of: IMSM
    The British Quality Foundation (BQF) is an independent, not-for-profit corporate membership organisation and was founded by the DTI and UK business leaders in 1993. The BQF’s Patron is The Princess Royal and the current President is David Callaghan, Country Leader and Senior Vice President, Oracle Corporation UK, Ireland and Israel. The BQF's vision is to be the UK’s most effective corporate membership organisation championing continuous improvement and sustainable excellence. Its mission is to help organisations to learn from best practice, improve performance and achieve sustainable excellence. The BQF’s members range from leading international companies to small firms and public sector bodies. Membership can be for a whole organisation, a division, a department or even a single unit, and there are different categories of membership depending on the size of organisation and the level of service and benefits required. Premier members enjoy exclusive benefits including best practice events and seminars. The BQF supports organisations on their journey to achieving excellence with a comprehensive suite of performance improvement products and services including training and workshops,
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    Distinguished Civilian Service Awards Board

    The Distinguished Civilian Service Awards Board is a board created for recommending civilians for awards from the U.S. Federal government for distinguished service. It was originally established by President Dwight D. Eisenhower on June 27, 1957 by Executive Order 10717 to recommend to the President people in the U.S. Civil Service to receive the President's Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service. Its mandate was expanded via Executive Order 11085 by President John F. Kennedy on February 22, 1963, so that the board would recommend to the President people to be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Jimmy Carter abolished the Distinguished Civilian Service Awards Board in Executive Order 12014 and turned over the responsibility for recommending recipients to the Chairman of the United States Civil Service Commission. This executive order was subsequently modified again by Jimmy Carter in Executive Order 12107 which named the Director of the Office of Personnel Management as the person responsible for making recommendations to the President. The Director of the Office of Personnel Management, under the authority of Executive Order 12107, has established the Presidential
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    Further Education and Training Awards Council

    The Further Education and Training Awards Council (Irish:Comhairle na nDámhachtainí Breisoideachais agus Oiliúna) (FETAC) is the statutory awarding body for further education in Ireland; it was established on June 11, 2001 under the Qualifications (Education and Training) Act 1999. FETAC is the successor to the National Council for Vocational Awards (NCVA) and also makes awards previously made by Fáilte Ireland - National Tourism Development Authority (previously Bord Fáilte and CERT), FÁS - Training and Employment Authority, National Council for Educational Awards (Foundation Certificate only) and Teagasc - Agriculture and Food Development Authority. As well as making awards, FETAC validates, monitors and ensures the quality of teaching programmes and determines standards. FETAC does not deliver the award programmes itself, they are delivered by a number of bodies in both the public and private sector. Examples of teaching bodies in the public sector are Bord Iascaigh Mhara, FÁS, Teagasc, Vocational Education Committees and Institutes of Technology. Awards granted by FETAC are in the process of being integrated into the ten-level National Framework of Qualifications under the
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    IEEE P1619

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE P1619 is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standardization project for encryption of stored data, but more generically refers to the work of the IEEE P1619 Security in Storage Working Group (SISWG), which includes a family of standards for protection of stored data and for the corresponding cryptographic key management. SISWG oversees work on the following standards: P1619 has also standardized the key backup in the XML format. An encryption algorithm used for data storage has to support independent encryption and decryption of portions of data. So called narrow-block algorithms operate on relatively small portions of data, while the wide-block algorithms encrypt or decrypt a whole sector. Narrow-block algorithms have the advantage of more efficient hardware implementation. On the other hand, smaller block size provides finer granularity for data modification attacks. There is no standardized "acceptable granularity"; however, for example, the possibility of data modification with the granularity of one bit (bit-flipping attack) is generally considered unacceptable. For these reasons, the working group has selected the narrow-block (128 bits)
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    IEEE-488

    IEEE-488

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE-488 is a short-range digital communications bus specification. It was created in the late 1960s for use with automated test equipment, and is still in use for that purpose. IEEE-488 was created as HP-IB (Hewlett-Packard Interface Bus), and is commonly called GPIB (General Purpose Interface Bus). It has been the subject of several standards. In the late 1960s, Hewlett-Packard (HP) was manufacturing various automated test and measurement instruments, such as digital multimeters and logic analyzers. They developed the HP Interface Bus (HP-IB) to enable easier interconnection between instruments and controllers (computers and other instruments). The bus was relatively easy to implement using the technology at the time, using a simple parallel electrical bus and several individual control lines. For example, the HP 59501 Power Supply Programmer and HP 59306A Relay Actuator were both relatively simple HP-IB peripherals implemented only in TTL logic, using no microprocessor. Other manufacturers copied HP-IB, calling their implementation the General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB), and it became a de facto standard for automated and industrial instrument control. As GPIB became popular,
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    WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization

    WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization is a functioning body of World Health Organization. The Expert Committee has been meeting annually since 1947. The Committee reports are published as WHO Technical Report Series. All the reports are available online.
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    IEEE 1584

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    IEEE Std 1584-2002 (Guide for Performing Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations) is a standard of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers that provides a method of calculating the incident energy of Arc Flash event. IEEE 1584-2002 was developed to help protect people from arc-flash hazard dangers. The predicted arc current and incident energy are used in selecting appropriate overcurrent protective devices and personal protective equipment(generally abbreviated as PPE), as well as defining safe working distance. Since the magnitude of the arc current is inherently linked with the degree of arc hazard, the arc is examined as a circuit parameter. Furthermore, since estimation are often useful, simple equations for predicting ballpark arc current, arc power, and incident energy values and probable ranges are presented in this work. There are several software companies which provide option for performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations as per IEEE 1584 or NFPA70E. They include: Arc Flash Hazard calculations are currently implemented in most of the industry plants due to OSHA regulations.
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    IEEE Committee on Earth Observation

    The IEEE Committee on Earth Observation (ICEO) is an international committee of the IEEE that, according to its website, is focused on improving “living conditions, particularly in developing countries, through the development of [Global Earth Observation System of Systems] GEOSS.” The IEEE member base, such as systems of systems (SoS) engineers, communications specialists, and standards and information applications developers, embody GEOSS to shape a “global resource for decision makers at all levels.” The ICEO states it is “an applications-oriented effort that spans the totality of engineering concepts that are the lifeblood of practicing engineers. The design, development and implementation of [GEOSS] will bring to play a wide cross section of talent from many of IEEE Societies e.g. systems, remote sensing, computers, communications, standards, renewable energy, etc.” The Intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) is a major participant of the IEEE ICEO. Its vision for GEOSS, supported by ICEO, is “to realize a future wherein decisions and actions for the benefit of humankind are informed via coordinated, comprehensive and sustained Earth observations and information."
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    IEEE 1076

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    The IEEE Standard 1076 defines the VHSIC Hardware Description Language or VHDL. It was originally developed under contract F33615-83-C-1003 from the United States Air Force awarded in 1983 to a team with Intermetrics, Inc. as language experts and prime contractor, with Texas Instruments as chip design experts and IBM as computer system design experts. The language has undergone numerous revisions and has a variety of sub-standards associated with it that augment or extend it in important ways. 1076 was and continues to be a milestone in the design of electronic systems.
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    Institute of Directors

    • Committee of: IMSM
    The Institute of Directors (IoD) is a UK-based organisation, established in 1903 and incorporated by royal charter in 1906 to support, represent and set standards for company directors. It occupies grade I listed premises on Pall Mall, London built 1826-28 to the designs of John Nash. The IoD currently has around 40,000 members, and has premises open for the use of those members in London (3 locations), Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester, Norwich, Paris, and Reading. There are three primary grades of membership: Associate, Member and Fellow. Members of the institute may use the post-nominal letters MIoD and Fellows may use the post nominal letters FIoD. A common mistake made is that the post-nominal letters used are MInstD for Members and FInstD for Fellows of the society, however this is not the case. The IoD deliver an award, the Certificate in Company Direction and the Diploma in Company Direction, which covers key topics such as role of company director, financial responsibilities of directors and key topics under strategic business direction. These qualifications are suitable for directors across different sectors and background and can
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    London Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    • Committee of: IMSM
    The London Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) was established on 25 July 1881 at Mansion House in the City of London with 130 members. The London Chamber represented the London Metropolis and not just the City of London. Many of the original 130 members still play a role in London Chamber today. International trade activities continue to play a key role today, in particular the services provided by the Chamber's Export Documents, Customs and Trade Procedures and World Trade Teams. The London Chamber of Commerce & Industry is one of the Strategic Partners of The Middle East Association The aim of the newly formed body was to influence public opinion, the legislature and to effect reforms that individual companies would not be powerful enough to bring about. From the beginning, the London Chamber's key role was serving the needs and interests of the trading community and helping members resolve their trading problems. The development of a business information service in 1888, only seven years after the origin of chamber, was a major achievement. In the 1880s the London Chamber was instrumental in obtaining better terms for companies from the Government and the Suez Canal Company
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    NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society

    The NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society (NATO/CCMS) was a scientific research committee created in 1969 by the North Atlantic Council to study environmental problems of various nations, and the quality of life of their people. NATO/CCMS is now part of the general NATO science program, NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS)
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    United States National Library of Medicine

    United States National Library of Medicine

    The United States National Library of Medicine (NLM), operated by the United States federal government, is the world's largest medical library. Located in Bethesda, Maryland, the NLM is a division of the National Institutes of Health. Its collections include more than seven million books, journals, technical reports, manuscripts, microfilms, photographs, and images on medicine and related sciences including some of the world's oldest and rarest works. The current director of the NLM, since 1984, is Donald A.B. Lindberg. Since 1879, the NLM has published the Index Medicus, a monthly guide to articles in nearly five thousand selected journals. The last issue of Index Medicus was printed in December 2004, but this information is offered in the freely accessible PubMed amongst the more than fifteen million MEDLINE journal article references and abstracts going back to the 1960s and 1.5 million references going back to the 1950s. The NLM also runs the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), which houses biological databases (PubMed among them) that are freely accessible on the Internet through the Entrez search engine. The Toxicology and Environmental Health Program was
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    Committee on Surplus Disposal

    The Committee on Surplus Disposal (CSD) — known formally as the Consultative Subcommittee on Surplus Disposal (CSSD) -- is a subcommittee of the Committee on Commodity Problems of the UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). The CSSD monitors international shipments of agricultural commodities provided as food aid in order to minimize any adverse effects of these shipments on commercial trade and agricultural production.
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    IEEE 802.8

    • Committee of: IEEE Standards Association
    The Fiber Optic Technical Advisory Group was to create a LAN standard for fiber optic media used in token passing computer networks like FDDI. This was part of the IEEE 802 group of standards.
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    Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks

    The Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks (abbreviated SCENIHR) is one of the independent scientific committees managed by the Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection of the European Commission, which provide scientific advice to the Commission on issues related to consumer products. The SCENIHR provides scientific opinions on questions concerning emerging or newly identified risks on non-food products, as well as on broad, complex or multidisciplinary issues requiring a comprehensive assessment of risks to consumer safety or public health not covered by other risk assessment bodies. Examples of areas of activity include new technologies (such as nanotechnologies), medical devices, antimicrobial resistance, physical risks (such as noise and electromagnetic fields), and methodologies of risk assessment. SCENIHR's scientific advisory procedures are based on the principles of scientific excellence, independence and transparency. The Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection also manages two other independent Scientific Committees on non-food products: For questions concerning the safety of food products, the European Commission
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    Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks

    The Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks (abbreviated SCHER) is one of the independent scientific committees managed by the Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection of the European Commission, which provide scientific advice to the Commission on issues related to consumer products. The SCHER provide the Commission with the scientific advice on questions relating to the toxicity and ecotoxicity of chemicals, biochemicals and biological compounds whose use may have harmful consequences for human health and the environment. In particular, the SCHER addresses questions in relation to new and existing chemicals, the restriction and marketing of dangerous substances, biocides, waste, environmental contaminants, plastics and other materials used for water pipe work (e.g. new organic substances), drinking water, indoor and ambient air quality. It also addresses questions relating to human exposure to mixtures of chemicals, sensitisation and identification of endocrine disrupters. The SCHER consists of a maximum of 19 members. The members are appointed on the basis of their skills and experience in the fields in question and consistent with this a
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