Researcher

A researcher is somebody who performs research, the search for knowledge or in general any systematic investigation to establish facts. Researchers can work in academic, industrial, government, or private institutions.

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Luis Filipe Teixeira - Research
... Researcher - Coordinator with CICANT (Research Centre in Applied Communication, Culture and New Technologies) of a research line on Ā«Comparative Media StudiesĀ» (since March 2005) ... Researcher with CECL (Communication and Languages Studies Centre) of Universidade Nova, Lisbon, until March 2004 (year when he became Collaborator of the Centre) (investigator, member of the research team at ... Researcher/Member of the Portuguese scientific community on videogames and game studies ...
Soviet Biologists - Alphabetical List - T
... Tikhomirov, notable zoologist Kliment Timiryazev, plant physiologist and evolutionist, major researcher of chlorophyll Nikolai Timofeeff-Ressovsky, major researcher of radiation genetics, population ... Expert on rust fungi Lev Tsenkovsky, pioneer researcher of the ontogenesis of lower plants and animals Mikhail Tsvet, inventor of chromatography ...
Lionel Crawford
... Until 1960 he worked as a visiting researcher at the University of California, Berkeley and the California Institute of Technology, at which point he became a researcher at the Glasgow Institute of Virology ... the University of Cambridge to join the Pathology Department as a researcher ...

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    The researcher is more memorable than the researched.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)