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United States sculptor (1904-1988)

United States bacteriologist (born in Japan) who discovered the cause of yellow fever and syphilis (1876-1928)

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Hau has been on staff at the Noguchi Museum for more than 25 years, following early work as assistant to the world-renowned Japanese-American artist, Isamu Noguchi.
Isamu Noguchi at Brooklyn Botanic Garden September 8--December 13, 2015 As part of the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden's centennial, BBG presents an exhibition of sculpture by renowned artist Isamu Noguchi, organized in collaboration with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum.
Noguchi is a former International Judge of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Trust Fund for Victims of the International Criminal Court.
Three former US astronauts and one from Romania appeared along with Noguchi on behalf of the Association of Space Explorers, a professional organization for crew on space flights, the Japan Times reported.
Noguchi looked the winner for most of the one-mile three-furlong trip, but edged to his right inside the final furlong as Reflect pounced at the death.
GREEN FOR nGO Norrie, centre, with MSP Chic Brodie and Dr Noguchi HOUSE Z ABOUT IT Norrie's dream home
This might explain why Noguchi wrote only one other novel besides The American Diary, which are both overshadowed by the extraordinary amount of poetry he composed and for which he is well-known.
Some bits of rice got away and floated in the ISS, but Noguchi caught them midair with his mouth.
Working together with NASA astronaut Timothy Creamer, the 44-year-old Noguchi opened the air lock for the first time, brought out the 2.
Making reference to Durrat Al Bahrain project as a "man-made reef's obvious fish-like resemblance", Mr Noguchi commented, "Bahrain.
Olympic champion Noguchi has not yet been chosen in the Japanese team for Beijing next year, but after a brilliant comeback following injury in the Tokyo Women's International Marathon 10 days ago she looks assured of her place.
The exhibition shows models and drawings of artifacts designed by Fuller with Noguchi's contribution to them, and works by Noguchi with Fuller's influence on the designs.
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi on Tuesday visited the laboratory of Hideyo Noguchi, the Japanese scientist who died in Ghana in 1928 while conducting research on yellow fever.
Japan on Monday welcomed the selection of a Japanese national, Motoo Noguchi, as one of the judges for trials of former Khmer Rouge leaders in Cambodia.