About Ernesto Hernandez

Life scientist and chemical engineer working at The University of Manchester. He started out his career as a distinguished technician working in the field of electromechanics. In his spare time, he indulged his passion for studying biology. This long-standing endeavour led him to win the first place in The National Olympiad of Biology in 1993. Coming from a poor family in deprived rural Mexico, studying Chemical Engineering proved to be an ideal way to make a living and find ways to use living systems in the search to solve a number of problems currently confronting society. It was during his undergraduate studies that he won two national contests for summer internships at Ohio State University and Los Alamos National Laboratory. Ernesto has been using microbes and their products in a variety of ways. They can, for instance, be used to convert a variety of wastes into natural gas (methane), to decontaminate water, soil and sludge, or to ease the flow of oil in deep underground oil reservoirs at tremendously high temperatures and pressures. Given his understanding of life systems and how they can be used for the good of the humankind, Ernesto has been invited to speak in plenary talks at international conferences, civil gatherings, state ceremonies, activist groups and other public events.

Investigadores: lado tenebroso de Teresa de Calcuta

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Hay opiniones distintas, muchas de ellas ligeras, peros sobre todo  te sorprenderá saber que hasta el momento hay solo un artículo que ha pasado por el proceso de revisión de pares: el canon de referencia en el que profesionistas de disciplinas especificas tienen como único objetivo la búsqueda de la verdad y con ello se juegan su reputación como líderes en su área de estudio.

Este es el documento que muchos críticos señalan, lo demás son solo opiniones que no han sido sometidas a un escrutinio riguroso:

Serge Larivée, Carole Sénéchal and Geneviève Chénard (2013). Les côtés ténébreux de Mère Teresa Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, first published on January 15, 2013

#madre #teresa #mother

¿Por qué Carlos Darwin Quintero?

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El jugador del club América Carlos Darwin Quintero Villalba ha sido dado de baja por una razón algo frecuente en los humanos:

La tromboflebitis

Se especula que esta fue la causa de baja de Carlos Darwin Quintero Villalba, jugador de fútbol del America. Es una inflamación frecuente que ocasiona cuágulos de sangre afectando las venas superficiales.

En casos como este, es preferido un tratamiento integral por diferentes especialistas: Angiólogo, hematólogo, cardiólogo, Cirujano vascular y endovascular.

Como y cuando regresará a la cancha depende de los especialistas y sus patrones, lo demás son especulaciones.

#america #darwin #quintero #darwinquintero #CarlosDarwinQuinteroVillalba#clubamerica

Entrepreneurship: Students’ character dominates but uni helps

Researchers have found that teaming up student´s personality and university support favors students intentions to become entrepreneurs in an emerging economy.

The raising  number of calls to become an entrepreneur sounds like welcoming messages to wonderlands. In most of the cases the message is aimed at the youth. And, like in any group of youths,  it would sound easy to push university students to choose an entrepreneurial career, but do they have what it takes?

Is it the student’s proactive personality or the university support environment that affects their entrepreneurial intentions?

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Membrane Technology -Short Course

We are very pleased to invite you to attend the Membrane Technology & Application for Water, Energy and Environment Seminar.

When: 1 June 2016

Where: Department of Chemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya (UM) Lembah Pantai, 50603 Kuala Lumpur

Speakers: 

Professor Kang Li (Imperial College London, UK)
Professor Nik Meriam Nik Sulaiman (University of Malaya)
Professor Mohd Kheireddine Aroua (University of Malaya)

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Job: QC Analyst, £10.00 – £12.00 per hour

Hi Ernesto,

Apologies if this email is not relevant for you, I have sent it to multiple candidates in the local area.

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