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The Common Thread by Georgina Ferry

Title The Common Thread
Author Georgina Ferry
Publisher Random House
Release 2010-12-15
Category Science
Total Pages 304
ISBN 140905800X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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John Sulston was director of the Sanger Centre in Cambridge from 1993 to 2000. There he led the British arm of the international team selected to map the entire human DNA sequence, a feat that was pulled off in record time by an extraordinary collaboration of scientists. Despite innumerable setbacks and challenges from outside competitors the ultimate success of the project can be attributed in large part to John Sulston's own determination, passion and scientific excellence. In this personal account he takes us behind the scenes of one of the largest international scientific operations ever undertaken. He is frank about the competition with Craig Venter and Celera Genomics, which threatened to undermine the international community's attempts to make the sequence freely available to everyone. He shares with us his excitement as the project unfolded. And as a pragmatist he reveals his hopes and concerns as to how the information unlocked by the Human Genome Project will affect people's lives in the future. The Common Thread is at once a compelling history of this most exciting of scientific breakthroughs and also an impassioned call for ethical responsibility in scientific research. As the boundaries between science and big business increasingly blur, and researchers race to patent medical discoveries, the international community needs to find a common protocol for the protection of the wider human interest. The Common Thread tells a story of our shared human heritage, offering hope for future research and a fresh outlook on our scientific understanding of ourselves.

A Common Thread by Catherine Sylvester

Title A Common Thread
Author Catherine Sylvester
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2011-06-28
Category Religion
Total Pages 159
ISBN 9781463668624
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Common Thread is a collection of sixteen brave and honest accounts of fertility issues and miscarriage. Each journey is unique; yet each contributor shares truthfully from their heart the highs and lows they have been through; how their journey has affected their faith and how God has brought them through. Although the physical, emotional and mental toll can be unbearable for those who find themselves facing these battles, there is hope. Within this book you will read the stories of those who have experienced successful IVF, failed IVF, multiple miscarriages, miscarriage after having children, adoption, miracle births, and those who have never been able to have children. Although we all experience the journey differently, we all share 'a common thread' of understanding. You are not alone.

The Common Thread 1905 1941 by Harry Sterne

Title The Common Thread 1905 1941
Author Harry Sterne
Publisher Book Guild Publishing
Release 1992
Category Europe
Total Pages 591
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Common Thread by June Burnett

Title The Common Thread
Author June Burnett
Publisher Vintage
Release 1989
Category English literature
Total Pages 365
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As It Was A Common Thread by Roberta A. Beute

Title As It Was A Common Thread
Author Roberta A. Beute
Publisher Lulu Press, Inc
Release 2021-03-17
Category History
Total Pages 474
ISBN 1716283973
Language English, Spanish, and French
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North America exploration has evolved, revealing vast resources and unexplored geography. This book is a collection of facts and stories from some of the pioneers who opened trails leading to the interior of the continent. The path to Montana descended simultaneously from four directions, culminating at the forty-ninth parallel on the international boundary between the United States and Canada. A trio of mountains known as the Sweet Grass Hills lies along this path. These islands on the prairie were witness to several events, leaving untold stories of peoples and places that effectively contributed to the establishment of Montana. People who make history are not only prodigious folks, but often ordinary people like you or me. Their journeys are chronicled in layers of heredity. This is a brief collection of memoirs, short stories, and facts about the pioneers who persevered and left us reminders of their journey. Join the author as she leads you on an exciting journey featuring some of the characters who opened trails leading to the interior of the continent in As It Was.

A Common Thread by Eleanore Fancher

Title A Common Thread
Author Eleanore Fancher
Publisher
Release 2005
Category
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Common Thread by Sean Fitzgerald

Title A Common Thread
Author Sean Fitzgerald
Publisher Troubador Publishing Ltd
Release 2020-11-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 200
ISBN 1800468296
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Common Thread offers a collection of science-inspired contemporary tales that reside at the edge of speculation. Step inside the life of Peter, an under-employed science graduate caught up in a covert experiment, or Bella, a former scientist turned journalist investigating an illicit trade on the oceans of the world. Pursue Conor, a biologist who conceives an experiment that could change the nature of humankind forever, or in the title novella, meet Judy, an anthropologist who realises her analytical skills are not the only attribute in demand. Travel into A Common Thread, a collection of science-inspired contemporary tales where strange things happen – when you least expect them.

The Common Thread That Binds Us by Kenneth Little Hawk

Title The Common Thread That Binds Us
Author Kenneth Little Hawk
Publisher
Release 2011-12-22
Category
Total Pages 232
ISBN 9780615548166
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Common Thread That Binds Us - The Wisdom of Diversity & Inclusion by Kenneth Little Hawk and Beverly Miller is a collection of Native American stories, inspirational quotes, and photos that celebrate diversity and inclusion... the fact that we are all connected and that we truly are one big, human family.

The Common Thread by Vanessa von Gliszczynski

Title The Common Thread
Author Vanessa von Gliszczynski
Publisher
Release 2016
Category Textile design
Total Pages 255
ISBN 9783735602688
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From fibers to threads and dyes to fabrics, The Common Thread looks at textile techniques and their contexts of meaning, with the Museum of World Cultures' collections from the Americas, Indonesia, Oceania, and Africa forming the starting point. The book presents connections between textile skills and the manifestation basic cognitive abilities. Narrative motifs from various cultures indicate how deeply terms connected with textiles have become established in our use of language. Interdisciplinary perspectives, for instance, from philosophy or contemporary art and music, deepen these themes and offer new, contemporary interpretations.

A Common Thread by K. W. Hearth

Title A Common Thread
Author K. W. Hearth
Publisher Abbott Press
Release 2013-11
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1458211509
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At one time, they were a professional, tough, and efficient team-elite covert troopers who accomplished those assignments no one else would dirty their hands with-or would even admit to having any knowledge of. Even though they're retired now, they still have each other's back, especially when one of their own faces trouble. Father Joe O'Reilly, the team's self-appointed chaplain, would give his life in a New York minute to help someone in need. That has placed him in a situation that may cost him his life. He is assigned to a small cluster of islands in the Caribbean Sea called the Isles of Eden and directed to help the islanders any way he can. But Dr. Enrico Hamadryad has other plans. He is the leader of the Gifted, a criminal cult located on the Isles of Eden that rejects all laws and faith and makes their own. Its goal is world domination. What's more, the natives have fallen under Hamadryad's evil spell, and O'Reilly is kidnapped. His former teammates, led by John Hawk, must find a way to rescue O'Reilly before he is killed, and they aim to put an end to Hamadryad and his evil cult along the way.

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