Adam Afriyie (born 4 August 1965, Wimbledon, London), British politician, is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Windsor. He was elected at the 2005 general election, succeeding Michael Trend, who was forced to stand down. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adam Afriyie"
Alan Dower Blumlein was an electronics engineer who made a great many inventions in telecommunications, sound recording, stereo, television and radar. He received 128 patents. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alan Blumlein"
Alec Reeves ( 10 March 1902 - 13 October 1971) was a British scientist best known for his invention of pulse-code modulation (PCM). ...more on Wikipedia about "Alec Reeves"
Sir Alexander Fleming ( August 6, 1881 – March 11, 1955) was a Scottish biologist and pharmacologist. He discovered the antibiotic substance lysozyme and isolated the antibiotic substance penicillin from the fungus Penicillium notatum, for which he shared a Nobel Prize. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Fleming"
Alison Wheeler (born April 13, 1956) is a British political activist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alison Wheeler"
Arthur Holmes ( January 14 1890 – September 20 1965) was a British geologist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur Holmes"
Bill Durodié is Senior Lecturer at Risk and Corporate Security at the Defence College of Management and Technology, Cranfield University, part of the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Durodié"
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Branislav Ivkovic was the presidential candidate in the Serbian presidential election, 2004 in front of Socialist People's Party. ...more on Wikipedia about "Branislav Ivković"
Brian Harold May CBE (born 19 July 1947 in Hampton, London, England) became famous in the 1970s and 1980s as the guitarist of the rock group Queen and composed many of their hits, including "Keep Yourself Alive", "Now I'm Here", "'39", "Tie Your Mother Down", "We Will Rock You", "Fat Bottomed Girls", "Save Me", "Las Palabras de Amor (The Words of Love)", "Hammer to Fall", "Who Wants to Live Forever", "Too Much Love Will Kill You", and "No One But You (Only the Good Die Young)". Although the songs were credited to Queen as a group, he claims to have largely written "I Want It All" and "The Show Must Go On". ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian May"
Cyril Dean Darlington ( 19 December 1903 - 26 March 1981) was a British biologist, eugenicist, and geneticist who discovered the mechanics of chromosomal crossover and noting its importance in evolution. ...more on Wikipedia about "C. D. Darlington"
Chew Choon Seng ( Chinese: 周俊成; Pinyin: Zhōu Jùnchéng) is the CEO of Singapore Airlines (SIA). After his first degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Singapore, Mr Chew took a Masters in operations research and management studies at Imperial College, University of London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chew Choon Seng"
Mr. Dyer has been a Director of Jones Lang LaSalle since September 2004, when he was elected President and Chief Executive Officer of the firm. Before that, from 2000 to 2004, he was the founding CEO of the WorldWide Retail Exchange, an Internet-based business-to-business exchange, with offices in Washington D.C., Paris and Tokyo, whose members include more than 40 of the world's leading retailers and manufacturers. From 1996 until 2000, Mr. Dyer was CEO of Courtaulds Textiles plc, an international clothing and fabric company operating in 17 countries with 22,000 employees. He began his career with Courtaulds in 1982 as Managing Director of the Dutch retail chain, GDL, and held various positions with the company before being named Chief Executive. From 1978 to 1982, Mr. Dyer served with McKinsey & Company in Amsterdam as a client manager to firms in the banking, chemical, retail, petrochemical, medical equipment and aerospace industries. He holds an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France, and a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London. Mr. Dyer serves as a non-executive director and chairman of the audit committee for Northern Foods plc, a major food supplier to the British retail sector. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colin Dyer"
Mr. Lui has accumulated more than twenty years of experience as an entrepreneur and venture capitalist. He won the Hong Kong Young Industrialist Award in 1992 and maintains excellent working relationships with governments in China and Hong Kong. He also has a strong network of venture capital connections on both sides of the Pacific. ...more on Wikipedia about "Danny Lui"
David John Cawdell Irving (born March 24, 1938) is a British Holocaust denier, who for many years held the reputation of being a professional historian. From the late 1960s to the mid- 1980s, Irving was considered a leading author on the Second World War with works such as Hitler’s War and Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Irving"
David Potter is founder and Chairman of the microcomputer systems company Psion plc. He went to Imperial College London after completing his initial education in South Africa. He was initially a physics academic specialing is the use of computer software to model physical phenomena. Notably, Psion's first real success, a flight simulation game for the ZX Spectrum, used actual physical algorithms that were probably simplified versions of those Potter had devised professionally. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Potter"
Sir Derek Harold Richard Barton was a British physical chemist and Nobel Prize Laureate. ...more on Wikipedia about "Derek Harold Richard Barton"
Diomidis Spinellis ( Greek: Διομήδης Σπινέλλης) ...more on Wikipedia about "Diomidis Spinellis"
Donald Watts Davies CBE FRS ( June 7, 1924 – May 28, 2000) was a British computer scientist who was a co-inventor of packet switching (and originator of the term), along with Paul Baran and Leonard Kleinrock in the US. ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Davies"
Feza Gürsey ( April 7, 1921 - April 13, 1992) was a Turkish mathematician and physicist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Feza Gürsey"
Frederick William Lanchester ( October 23, 1868 - March 8, 1946) was an English polymath and engineer who made important contributions to automotive engineering, aerodynamics and co-invented the field of operations research. He also has claim to building the first British motor car in 1896, a hobby he eventually turned into a successful car company, and is considered one of the "big three" English car engineers, the others being Harry Ricardo and Henry Royce. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frederick Lanchester"
Gary Tanaka is a Japanese-American businessman who founded the investment company Amerindo. He was an undergraduate at MIT, and then did a PhD at Imperial College London. He is perhaps best known for his generous donation to Imperial, which later resulted in the Tanaka Business School at the College. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Tanaka" It's time to think about http://www.shortopedia.com. Alumni_of_Imperial_College_London
Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson was an English chemist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Geoffrey Wilkinson"
George Mercer Dawson ( August 1 1849 – March 2 1901) was a Canadian scientist and surveyor. Dawson was born in Pictou, Nova Scotia, the son of Sir John William Dawson. By age eleven George was inflicted with tuberculosis of the spine ( Pott's Disease) that resulted in a deformed back and stunted his growth. However, his physical limitations did not deter Dawson from becoming one of Canada's greatest scientists. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Mercer Dawson"
George Reginald Starr (April 1904 - 1980), was one of two sons of Alfred Demarest Starr (an American) and Ethel Renshaw (English). He was a grandson of William Robert Renshaw. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Reginald Starr"
Guy Saint-Pierre (born August 3, 1934) is a retired Canadian politician and businessman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guy Saint-Pierre"
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