Judy L. Hasday and Betty McCollum, "Agnes De Mille (Women in the Arts Series)" Chelsea House Pub (L) | 2004 | ISBN: 0791074579 | 152 pages | PDF | 3,6 MB Awestruck by a performance of the great Anna Pavlova, Agnes de Mille resolved to become a dancer. Other members of her family were established in the theater – her father a respected playwright, her uncle a legend in film. But the de Mille name, though impressive, was useless in the world of dance. When she finally did begin lessons in ballet, she found she was older than the others and lacked a ballerina's figure.
"Advances in Nanofibers" ed. by Russell Maguire InTAvE | 2013 | ISBN: 9535112090 9789535112099 | 206 pages | PDF | 24 MB This book is a research publication that covers original research on developments within the Nanofibers field of study. The book is a collection of reviewed scholarly contributions written by different authors. The target audience comprises scholars and specialists in the field.
Contents Preface 1 Electrospun Nanofiber Based Solid Phase Extraction 2 Electrospun Nanofibers: From Rational Design, Fabrication to Electrochemical Sensing Applications 3 Chitin Nanofibers, Preparations and Applications 4 Fabrication of Nanofibrous Scaffolds by Electrospinning 5 Carbon Nanofiber Concrete for Damage Detection of Infrastructure 6 Materials and Processes for Ion Permeable Separating Membranes by Electro-Spinning 7 Nanofibers Reinforced Polymer Composite Microstructures 8 Use of Self-Assembly Nanofibre Biomaterials for Neural Repair After Injury with TOC BookMarkLinks