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Potential Interest to Turkish Investors: Distributed Generation Technologies

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Jeanene Mitchell, researcher at the Columbia University Center for Energy, Marine Transportation and Public Policy (CEMTPP).
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Upon graduating from Georgetown University, Jeanene Mitchell moved to Istanbul as a Fulbright fellow to conduct research on legal issues relating to the sea and navigation in the Straits. She said that she was fortunate to stay for two more years after that as a research assistant on marine law and policy for Professor Nilufer Oral at Istanbul Bilgi University. “I absolutely loved the three years that I lived in Turkey, and consider Istanbul to be my second home,” she said.  

Hande Ozdinler Works to Find a Solution for a Disease With No Cure

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ALS, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, was identified for the first time in 1874.  A progressive disease of the nervous system, ALS causes paralysis by impacting motor nerves.  World-reknowned scientist Steven Hawking is the most famous person living with this disease.  He, along with thousands of others, still waits for a cure.

"Turkish Bob's" Love Of Half a Century

Ali Cinar - Connecticut
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When American protest singer Bob Dylan, in his autobiography “Chronicles” mentioned his ancestors’ origins as Turkey, it had major repercussions in Turkey, and we experienced the happiness of finding somebody else with ties to Turkey.
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