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From the vast collection of materials held by Sakae Wagatsuma (1897-1973), one of the leading postwar legal scholars, this collection covers the fields of constitutional law, the judicial system, civil law, civil procedure, land and house lease, and atomic energy. It is composed mainly of materials from the Legislative Council and study groups in which Wagatsuma participated, and is particularly rich in materials related to the revision of the Civil Code, judicial system reform, and the enactment of the Nuclear Damage Compensation Law. This is a first-class collection of historical materials that will benefit not only the fields of law, including constitutional law and civil law, but also political history, administrative history, nuclear power and energy policy, family sociology, and many other fields. – Publisher
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Important note: Many of the Water Research Foundation reports are available without a subscription. To access reports that requires a subscription, send report title and item number to serials@northwestern.edu.

Summary: Our integrated one water research touches the entire water cycle by addressing issues holistically and providing actionable solutions. WRF’s research benefits all areas of the water sector, as well as agriculture, energy, clean air, watershed management, and other commercial industries. – Publisher

This is multi-disciplinary, the blog has these categories - Categories: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Engineering, Geological & Environmental Sciences. Whichever you chose make sure the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department and Civil and Environmental Engineering Departments are accounted for in subjects.
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The British Association for the Advancement of Science (BAAS) was founded in 1831. The Association was created to promote the advancement of science in all its aspects. Its main aim was to improve the perception of science and scientists in the UK. In 2009 it was renamed The British Science Association. Since its founding the BAAS served to direct the acquisition of scientific knowledge, spread knowledge and discussion between scientists across the world, further science by removing obstacles to progress, and promote the public understanding of science.
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