Baron Friedrich Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt

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German naturalist who explored Central and South America and provided a comprehensive description of the physical universe (1769-1859)

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Maren Meinhardt; ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT; BlueBridge (Nonfiction: Biography) 24.95 ISBN: 9781629190198
Our Humboldt penguins are native to South America and they get their name from the cold sea current that runs along the west coast of South America from Chile to Peru, named after the explorer Alexander von Humboldt.
'The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation sponsors excellent researchers from all over the world to come to do research at German universities,' Dr Daniella Kneissl, Head of Division, Africa and Middle East Representative of the Alexander Humboldt Foundation.
He also gratefully acknowledged the gift of high precision research equipment for Department of Biosciences from Alexander Von Humboldt (AVH) Foundation, Germany.
Alexander von Humboldt: The Complete Drawings from the American Travel Diaries
The festivities will open with a performance by the Humboldt Big Band, from the Deutsche Schule Alexander von Humboldt in Lima, Peru.
An official for the institution said that Alexander Von Humboldt Organization, Germany, has provided this a sophisticated four-socket 4U rack-mounted server worth of Rs.2.5 million.
KARACHI: German Consul-General Rainer Schmiedchen on Tuesday inaugurated the latest Cluster Computer machine at the University of Karachi (KU) International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS)Dr Panjwani Center for Molecular Medicine and Drug Research (PCMD).Germany's Alexander Von Humboldt Organisation has provided this a sophisticated four-socket 4U rack-mounted server worth of Rs.
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation recently appointed Tsche Kwang-jun of Kyung Hee University as its ambassador scientist, the highest honor of the world-famous German institute.