National Wildlife Federation has 20-year history of working with
colleges and universities through its Campus Ecology program to improve
their overall green educational programming and onsite sustainability.
initiates and supports high leverage US initiatives and programs aimed at
re-orienting the higher education sector towards more sustainable outcomes. Since
1993, Second Nature has worked with over 4,000 faculty and administrators at
more than 500 colleges and universities to help make principles of
sustainability fundamental to all the aspects of US higher education.
The Association of University Leaders for Sustainable Future (ULSF) is the
Secretariat for signatories of the Talloires Declaration (1990), which has been
signed by over 400 college and university presidents and chancellors worldwide.
ULSF supports sustainability as the critical focus of teaching, research,
operations and outreach in higher education through publications, research, assessment and much more.
The method of Directed Recrystallization of
Amorphous Materials (DRAM) has been elaborated by Dr. Nick Yurchenko's school (at Kyiv
National Taras Shevchenko University) in the former USSR during
1980-1990s. At that time, this school was far ahead of all known world schools
working in the area of solid phase epitaxy, lateral liquid phase epitaxy
and related directions (Ottaviani G., Majni G., Canali C., Mayer J.,
Lau S. and all others).
More information about DRAM find here. For complete information, please contact Dr. Nick Yurchenko at email@example.com