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Photo Researchers Photo Researchers' images are used by technical and textbook publishers, newspapers and magazines, as well as broadcast and internet media. They are a resource for commercial art buyers, hospitals and HMOs, scientists, physicians, educators, and students. They also provide material to universities (e.g. MIT, Harvard University and Johns Hopkins) and museums (e.g. the American Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Field Museum of Natural History).
Photo Researchers Founded in 1957 by Peter Schults Photo Researchers is a stock photo agency based in Manhattan, New York City, New York. In 1996, Schults sold his controlling interest in Photo Researchers to the company's managers, Robert Zentmaier and Bug Sutton, who had had a minority interest.
Photo Researchers In 2013, Photo Researchers decided that it wanted its potential buyers to be looking for science and medical images, which it now focused on. As such, it merged Photo Researchers, Nature Source and Science Source and used the Science Source name for the result.
Photo Researchers Some of the agency's customers are advertising agencies and book, newspaper, and periodical publishers. In the 1970s, Photo Researchers helped license Barry Lopez's photographs. In 1993, Photo Researchers represented 2,000 photographers. In 1993, its Science Source had 60,000 images and its Nature Source had 500,000 images. Nature Source consists of the original image collection of the National Audubon Society. Andy Warhol referenced photos from this archive for his 1983 series on endangered species.
Photo Researchers Photo Researchers is a stock photo agency based in Manhattan, New York City, New York. Founded in 1957 by Peter Schults, it represented 2,000 photographers in 1993.
Researchers Alliance for Development 2. Mobilizing the academic and student community on development issues and curricula, facilitating mutual flow of knowledge.
Association of Internet Researchers AoIR holds an annual academic conference, as well as promoting online discussion and collaboration through a long-running mailing list, and other venues.
List of optofluidics researchers There are numerous research groups worldwide working on optofluidics, including those listed below.
Permafrost Young Researchers Network The Permafrost Young Researcher’s Network (PYRN) is a network formed in 2005 to formally facilitate and strengthen contacts among young scientists in the permafrost community. It arose from the need for an integrated single source of information for specific resources vital to young scientists (fellowships, conference travel funding, position opportunities, etc.). Additionally, the imminence of the International Polar Year (IPY) prompted the need for a visible representation of the young permafrost community at the international level. The Permafrost Young Researchers Network has therefore been formally established within the International Permafrost Association (IPA) framework and has created and maintains means of communication among young researchers involved in permafrost research. It reports on young researchers’ activities to the IPA membership and working parties and represents permafrost scientists and engineers within broader international and national assemblages.
Permafrost Young Researchers Network The PYRN website is hosted by the Arctic Portal . On the site information on conferences, events, job and graduate positions, research and other topics related to permafrost science is available. It distributes an electronic newsletter to the young researchers’ communities related to the aforementioned topics and seeks to promote and publicize research undertaken by young researchers. PYRN membership is now up to 1100+ members with as many as 50 countries involved (11/07/2014). An Expression of Intent to the International Polar Year was submitted and PYRN will take part in this major event under the auspices of the International Permafrost Association.