fertilization age

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the age of an embryo counting from the time of fertilization

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As mentioned earlier, we are moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age.
He offers real-world examples and practical exercises that will help further the understanding and development of these six senses so we can put them to work in pursuing success in the new Conceptual Age.
The Conceptual Age solicits the powers of the right hemisphere, aptitudes of imagination, invention, and empathy.
As the Information Age gives way to the Conceptual Age, logical and linear "left-brain" capabilities will still matter, but professional success and personal fulfillment will depend on other abilities, writer Daniel H.
Calling them not teachers but "knowledge workers in a conceptual age," Green says North Allegheny's teachers "are our champions of quality schools.
So in the First World, the industrial and then the first post-industrial age--the information age--are already being followed by what has been called the Conceptual Age.
Pink, who recently published A Whole New Mind--Moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age, says physicians and physician leaders need to stand back and take a longer view of medicine and health care.
Author and speaker Dan Pink (Free Agent Nation) had the brush with him and used it to make a point during his general session presentation, which he based on his new book, A Whole New Mind: Moving From the Information Age to the Conceptual Age.
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