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Established init is a c 3non-profit organization, with an EIN In the broad sense, the purpose of the organization is to establish a Turkish Student Center Carolina Turkish House in close proximity to the university campus.
August 30, at 2: The Foundation has been serving its community since then. Carolina Turk Evi provides housing for visiting scholars and students from Turkey.
It also provide facilities for American Turkish community in Chapel Hill area for bayram gatherings, celebrations, meetings and many other cultural events.
It promotes cultural exchange between Turkey and the United States. Its offerings has been well received within the community and embraced by other organizations.
STCCC will promote outreach activities such as congressional visits to Turkey, study abroad by creating affiliations with other cultural and educational organizations. RTP is the first and one of the largest research parks established in the world.
STCCC has established collaborations with the local Turkish American organizations to further shape and perfect its mission. Carolina Turk Evi provides low-cost housing for up to 4 visiting scholars and students from Turkey.
It also provide facilities for the American Turkish community in Chapel Hill area for bayram gatherings, celebrations, meetings and many other cultural events. He was born in Savur-Mardin, Turkey in He obtained his primary and secondary education in Savur and Mardin, and then received an M.
After practicing medicine in Savur for two years he attended the University of Texas at Dallas and obtained a Ph. Sancar conducted postdoctoral work at Yale university on molecular biology of DNA repair in the period He has published research articles and 33 book chapters.
Born in WacoTexasshe attended public schools there, and in graduated with a B. Gwen Sancar entered the graduate program at the University of Texas at Dallas in and, after 4.
She performed postdoctoral research at Downstate Medical Center in BrooklynNew Yorkfromduring which time she elucidated the arrangement of globin genes in alpha-thalassemia in African Americans and Ashkenazi Jews.
In she married Dr. In she joined her husband, at Yale Universitywhere they collaborated on studies on the regulation of DNA repair genes in E. In addition to carrying out research in DNA repair enzymology and on the regulation of genes in response to DNA damage, and publishing over 40 original articles and book chapters on these topics, she has been very active in graduate and undergraduate education and in promoting research experiences for undergraduate students.
Gwen Sancar hopes that Turk Evi will be a catalyst to promote understanding of Turkeyits peopleand its contributions to the cultural heritage of the world by her fellow Americans. Ender is a member of multiple medical societies including the American Gastroenterological Association and the American College of Physicians.
Bulent lives in west Raleigh with his wife Deniz, and enjoys tennis, cycling, swimming and traveling. After receiving his elementary school education in Karadeniz Eregli and Ankara, Emin attended middle school and high school in suburban metropolitan Washington, D.
He feels privileged to be a product of two cultures and has been an active member of the American-Turkish Association of North Carolina sinceserving his community as the President of the Association from to Emin is a founding member and the President of Bridge to Turkiye Fund.
Emin lives in Cary with his wife Ayse. He holds a B. Ismail is a strong supporter and volunteer of community non-profit organizations. He is married and has three children and two grandchildren, has lived in High Point, NC since He was born in in Macka-Trabzon Turkey.
After completing his elementary school at his village inhe was attended Affan Kitapcioglu boarding school in Trabzon and completed high school there in He completed his graduate studies in and earned the PhD in Meteorology.
In addition to his scientific background, he has been very active volunteer at many non-profit organizations since his university years. He is married, has one daughter, and lives in Cary, North Carolina. He spent his formative years in Cyprus.Contents.
Sex, Death, and Ecosystemic Immortality; Symmetry-breaking, Gene Wars and the Ovum; Sex Determination, Chromosomal Paradox and the Genius Nemesis. Dieser Artikel behandelt die biologische DNA-Methylierung durch Enzyme.
Für die DNA-Methylierung durch methylierende Chemikalien siehe Alkylanzien. The acellular slime mold Physarum polycephalum is characterized by two distinctive growth phases: uninucleated amoebae and multinucleated plasmodia.
In adverse conditions, plasmodia reversibly transform into spherules. About AGS Foundation.
Aziz and Gwen Sancar Foundation (AGS Foundation) is organized primarily for educational and charitable purposes to increase understanding of Turkey, and to promote closer ties between United States and Turkey.
Established in , it is a (c) (3), non-profit organization, with an EIN # Myxomycetes: The Slime Molds [ Protista > Myxomycota ] by Michael Kuo. Creepy! They're not mushrooms--in fact, they're not even fungi--but they do wind up on a mushroomer's radar screen with some frequency, usually as "sporangia" (see below).Is it .
Physarum polycephalum, literally the "many-headed slime", is a slime mold that inhabits shady, cool, moist areas, such as decaying leaves and logs. Like slime molds in general, it is sensitive to light; in particular, light can repel the slime mold and be a factor in triggering spore growth.