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Agriculture

People

  • C Narayanasamy Naidu (Indian Iconic farmer leader, founder of Tamil Nadu Agriculturalists Association)
  • Carey Gillam (Author of "Whitewash", former Reuters correspondent)
  • Eric Toensmeier (Author of multiple titles, researcher, perennial agriculture expert)
  • Frank Morton (plant breeder) (Plant breeder founder of Wild Garden Seeds.)
  • Ira Wallace (Author, seed saver, co-founder of Acorn Community, co-owner of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, board member of Organic Seed Alliance, co-organizer of the Heritage Harvest Festival at Monticello)
  • Will Bonsall (Seed saver, founder of Grassroots Seed Network)
  • Joseph Gitler (founder of Israeli food bank Leket Israel)
  • Arian Eghbali (Author of Build Better Credit to Build a Better Life: Your Better Life Starts Here)
  • Hooman Iranmanesh (instagram stars)
  • Hamed Hashemi (Founder of record Label, Radio Javan)
  • Arsalan (singer)

Organizations

  • Experimental Farm Network (A non-profit cooperative facilitating collaboration in plant breeding and sustainable agriculture research, with a focus on developing plants for climate change mitigation. Also the name of the open source website created by the organization. Founded in 2013 by Nate Kleinman and Dusty Hinz. Based in Philadelphia, PA.) ([1]; [2]; [3]; [4]; [5]; [6]; [7]; [8])
  • Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Beed
  • Mullengudgery Merino Stud (Old NSW Merino Stud)
  • United States Lavender Growers Association United States Lavender Growers Association

Plants and crops and methods used by farmers

  • Cropio - farm management and crop health monitoring system [9]. Cropio helps farmers and agriculture companies to plan their field works, to forecast harvest, to manage vegetation index, etc. [10], [11], [12]. It has a good reputation among it's customers [13]. The biggest clients are PepsiCo, Monsanto, Bonduelle, DuPont and others.
  • Dinizia jueirana-facao (recently discovered tree species in the legume family found in Brazil) ([link.springer.com])
  • Jorquette - the part of a cocoa tree where the chupon ( i.e., vertical/orthotropic growth of seedlings) terminates to produce fan branches
  • spindly growth (ja:徒長)

Other

  • BOAZ Pharmaceuticals Inc. - an independent licensed producer of medical cannabis located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  • culture of rice (fr:Culture du riz/ja:稲作)
  • Fung Shui woodland - described at Lai Chi Wo#FungShui Woodland; zh:風水林
  • Third World Technical Scientific Dependency
  • Inagi (agriculture) (ja:稲木) - The temporary log structure for stook sun-drying in Japan. It has a lot of local name, for example, "Haza", "Inekake", "Inabata" and more.
  • Manufactured Product for cultivating Pongamia
  • How Farms Work [14] - this is a surfaced YouTube channel with over 40 million views, possibly the most popular farm vlog to date [15]; started in 2012; intended to show the daily life on a commercial beef and crop farm in Wisconsin [16]
  • Microbulation - this seems to be used in medical references as well as horticultural; horticulturally, it seems to be a process used in creating a microbiota community for soil (specifically, it is referenced within the cannabis-growing agricultural space), but I don't find it defined well; it is also a term used in medical journals and microbiology / genetics as a descriptor of the surface of cells in some way, but again, not defined anywhere I can see; medical references at: Journal of Medical Society [17] and a Chalmers University of Technology publication [18] and the LSU Agricultural College [19] and [20]; horticultural references at: IC Magazine forums [21] and retailers [22] and [23]
  • Musk pig
  • Pinus x Schwerinii - a type of pine conifer in the Pinus subsection; [24]
  • Sardaryan's formulas [25]
  • SoluBor - a water-soluble fertilizer containing 20.5% boron; usually applied to crops as a foliar fertilizer to treat boron deficiency which is widespread globally; a rate for cabbages in South Africa is 500g in 600L water per ha, applied at 2, 4 and 6 weeks after planting
  • Terraculture - a global perspective of sustainably utilizing organic farming practices and local food production in conjunction with the developments achieved through the green revolution and agricultural industrialization to conserve the environment while continuing to yield high outputs; [26]
  • Turanville (Shorthorns)
  • Zghihara - grape variety (List of grape varieties)
  • Wild ancestor (wolf for dog, aurochs for cattle, etc)

Architecture

Architects (PEOPLE )

  • Ben Derbyshire - elected president of RIBA; took office September 1 2017 [27]
  • Bernard Cache
  • Ben Schlanger - famous architect of many, many early movie theaters such as The Embassy, Cinema I & II, and inventor of long-obsolete display technologies like the synchro-screen. [28] [29]
  • Dan Hogman - architect and artist; known for his high-rise residential and commercial work in San Francisco and China, architectural illustration and sketching; danhogman.com; [30]; [31];[32];
  • Georg Adolf Demmler - historicist architect from Germany; notable for Schwerin Palace; de:Georg Adolf Demmler
  • Guy Geier - Gerard F.X. "Guy" Geier, II (b. 1954), 2018 President-Elect of American Institute of Architects New York Chapter, Managing Partner of FXFOWLE Architects, and Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. American architect and interior designer, Partner-in-Charge for LEED Platinum SAP SE North America Headquarters and LEED Platinum National Audubon Society Headquarters [[33]]. [[34]][[35]][[36]][[37]][[38]]
  • Heinrich Portscheller - German who immigrated to Mexico in 1866 & worked in South Texas; 2016 book: Master Builder of the Lower Rio Grande: Heinrich Portscheller by W. Eugene George, compiled and edited by Mary Carolyn Hollers George, Texas A&M University Press
  • Iman Ansari - architect, urbanist; founding principal, AN.ONYMOUS; [39]; [40]; [41]; [42]; [43]; [44]; [45]; [46]; [47]; [48]; [49]; [50]
  • Jill Lever, architectural librarian and curator
  • Michael Rotondi - Co-Founder of SCI-Arc, associated with Morphosis Architects, but has been independent for some time now at RoTo Architects; won the AIA Gold Medal in 2009; rotoark.com [51]; [52]; [53]; [54]; [55]; [56]; [57]; [58]; [59]; [60]; [61];
  • Nathaniel Curtis, Jr. - architect, designer of the Louisiana Superdome; designer of the Rivergate, a teaching hospital at the Free University of Berlin, and many other historic buildings
  • Nigel Peake - architect and illustrator; lives in Ireland; trained as an architect at the University of Edinburgh; drawings and paintings have been exhibited in various places in the world; [62]
  • Praneet Mathur - [63];
  • Sally Swanson - architect, urban planner; founding principal of Sally Swanson Architects, Inc. an Architectural and ADA Access Compliance firm; designer of the J. O. Ford Elementary School, Richmond, California and many other educational and civic projects [[64]] [[65]] [[66]] [[67]] [[68]] [[69]] [[70]] [[71]]
  • Victor Hornbein - Denver, Colorado, architect; [72]; [73]
  • Wendell Jerome Campbell (1927–2008) - student of Mies van der Rohe; architect and urban planner; co-founder of National Association of Minority Architects (1971). [74][75]
  • Willem Diehl (nl:Willem Diehl), Dutch architect (beginning of the 20th century)
  • W. Scott Dunne - Dallas-based architect; designer of 20 or so theaters for the Interstate United chain in the 1920s and 1930s, the Fair Park Band Shell, the Bagdad Supper Club (nightclub), and a number of houses; but apparently he did NOT design the Texas Theatre (Seguin) in Seguin, Texas, despite error by Cinema Treasures; WoodyinNYC (talk) 07:20, 30 November 2013 (UTC)
  • W. C. Vahland - local Bendigo architect; founding father of Bendigo; [76]; [77]; [78]
  • Jeremy McLeod - Architect, Sustainability Activist [79], Founder & Director of Nightingale Housing [80] & Breathe Architecture [81]

Architectural firms and organisations

  • Tamayouz Excellence Award (International Architecture Award established in 2012, now one of the most important architectural programmes in the middle east) ([82], [83], [84])
  • RoTo Architects - Los-Angeles-based international architecture firm founded in 1991 by architect and educator Michael Rotondi. Projects include Madame Tussaud's Hollywood, UCSD La Jolla Playhouse, Texas A&M Prairie View School of Architecture, Carlson-Reges House, Silo House, Warehouse C and their sister company RotoLab. rotoark.com [85]; [86];
  • 5+design - California-based international architecture firm; has designed projects around the world, including The China World Trade Center, the Dubai International Financial Centre and Wuhan, China's first lifestyle center; 5plusdesign.com; [87]; [88]; [89]; [90]
  • Cranston & Keenan - San Francisco-based firm; built many of the famous Queen Anne houses in the city
  • Global Architectural Development (GAD) - architecture firm based in Istanbul, Turkey, and New York City; founded by Gökhan Avcıoğlu in 1985; works include: Changa Restaurant (2000), Exploded House (2003), KUUM Hotel and Residences (2009), Beşiktaş Fish Market (2009), Borusan Music and Art House (2009), One & Ortaköy (2011), Rixos Eskişehir Spa & Thermal Hotel (2013), Serra Gate (2013), and Trump Cadde (2014)
  • INTA (urban organization) (International New Town Association) - inta-aivn.org
  • KOO (architectural firm) (originally Koo and Associates) - Chicago-based architecture, interior design and planning firm; founded by Jackie Koo in 2005 ([91]) after she spent fifteen years working for large corporate firms; has completed numerous projects throughout the city in markets including hospitality, residential and institutional; the firm's debut project, theWit Hotel, opened in 2009 to much acclaim ([92]), and has become a highly recognizable building in Chicago due the signature zig-zagging chartreuse glass running down its center; in 2012, the firm was chosen as master planner, architect, and designer for the historic restoration of the Purple Hotel site in Lincolnwood, Illinois; though never seen to fruition, the design incorporated adjacent sites to the complex, adding retail and office space and re-focusing the entrance to the hotel complex off a redesigned courtyard; the 200-room hotel included three restaurants, a lounge, spa, and 20,000 square feet of banquet space, bringing the hotel back to its former glory ([93]; [94]); other hotel projects include the renovation of Fairfield Inn & Suites ([95]), the Out Chicago ([96]), and the Autograph Streeterville Hotel ([97]); has completed award winning multi-family residential projects and large-scale institutional renovations
  • rzlbd - RZLBD IS A BOUTIQUE ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE BASED IN TORONTO FOUNDED BY ARCHITECT REZA ALIABADI ...; www.rzlbd.com; [98]; [99]; [100]; [101]; [102] (advertisement removed) DGG ( talk ) 16:11, 4 July 2017 (UTC)
  • Ong&Ong (ONG&ONG, Ong&Ong Architects, ONG&ONG Architects) - multi-disciplinary design practice, established in 1972 as Ong & Ong Architects & Town Planners, by Ong Teng Cheong (the first elected President of Singapore) and Ong Siew May; [103]; incorporated in 1992 as ONG&ONG Architects and has since grown in Singapore and the region; ong-ong.com; notable works include CHIJMES ([104]) and 55 Blair Road ([105]; [106]; [107]); recipient, 2015 BCI Asia Top 10 Awards([108]), ranking as one of Singapore's top-ten architects; founders' youngest son, Ong Tze Boon, is the firm's group executive chairman ([109]), who has over the last decade, transformed the firm into a cross-disciplined integrated solutions design firm ([110]); in 2005, first overseas office was set up in Vietnam, closely followed by China, Malaysia and India offices a year later; also have offices in Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and United States
  • Revery Architecture (Originally Bing Thom Architects) - Vancouver based architecture, interiors and planning firm founded in 1982 by Canadian Architect Bing Thom. The firm continues on after Bing Thom's passing under the leadership of Venelin Kokalov and Shinobu Homma. [111][112] Responsible for the design of Surrey City Centre Public Library, Arena Stage as well as the West Kowloon Cultural District's Xiqu Centre in Hong Kong, currently under construction.
  • Neri&Hu (Neri&Hu Design and Research Office)(Neri&Hu Design and Research Office is a multi-disciplinary architectural design practice based in Shanghai, China with a branch office in London, UK. It's founded by Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu in 2014. Apart from architecture, they also do interior design, product design and graphic design.) ([www.neriandhu.com]; [113]; [114]; [115]; [116])
  • Stevens & Wilkinson (originally Burge & Stevens) - [117]; Atlanta-based architecture, engineering, and interior design firm; founded 1919; designed the first public housing project in the United States, Techwood Homes, and is responsible for bringing modernist architecture to K–12 schools in the Southeast, beginning with the E. Rivers School in 1951 [118]; designed the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in the 1970s; collaborated with Marcel Breuer for the design of the Atlanta Central Library ([119]) and Robert A. M. Stern for a forthcoming Judicial Center adjacent to the Georgia State Capitol
  • Myrtha Pools ([120])

Buildings

regarding "The Breakers" Vanderbilt mansion; Re; "The Childrens Cottage" which exists on the grounds. There's needs to be added reference to and photo's and the like.

Africa
Asia
  • Oasia Hotel Downtown – Singapore; an award-winning hotel located at downtown Singapore.;[124]; [125]; [126]; [127]; [128]; [129]; [130]
  • Saruhasi - historical bridge in Ōtsuki, Yamanashi, Japan; ja:猿橋
  • National Fisheries Development Board - Hyderabad, The National Fisheries Development Board, India: Important decisions undoubtedly get made inside this building in Hyderabad, but it's rather difficult for locals to take anyone working there seriously when they operate from an enormous stainless steel fish. [ [edition.cnn.com]]
  • YES24 Live Hall in Seoul, South Korea. It's apparently one of the country's premier pop music venues, and already has numerous mentions in articles on performing acts, concert tours, albums, etc. (Additionally, mentions of AX-Korea — which also appear in numerous articles — refer to the same venue by its former name.) Official site (in Korean): [131] The introduction page (as translated by Google Translate) actually calls it "Korea's only professional concert venue to worry about.", which I'm guessing is really something more similar to "Korea's only professional concert venue of note."
Europe
Ireland
  • Dromagh Castle – Galway, Ireland, castle ruins in Galway and the oldest castle in Duhallow, O'Keefe Clan Estate [[132]], official registry by NUI Galway[[133]]. The present standing walls of Dromagh Castle which are locally referred to as “The Castle”, were the surrounding walls of the Courtyard. This Courtyard measured forty four yards by thirty six. The walls are about thirty feet high from the base of the surrounding Moat. They are turreted at the east and west sides and at each of the four corners stands a circular tower. The tower at the North-eastern corner was five storey and about seventy feet high. The remaining were three storeyed and about forty feet high. The internal diameter of each tower is fifteen feet three inches. The walls are five feet five inches inches in thickness. The gateways are on the east and west sides and are nine feet high by eighteen feet wide. Each gateway had double gates and was of heavy strongly riveted steel plates. In the centre of the courtyard was the Castle proper. Between the Castle and the surrounding wall was a moat and there was a moat also outside the walls. Both moats could have been about one hundred years old at that time. There was an avenue or roadway leading to the Castle from the south-east that is from the direction of the present Catholic Church and the local tradition has it that fierce fighting took place on this road. However, the Cromwellians drove the O Keeffe men back and charging on horseback through the moat captured the Castle. There is a tradition also that fifteen people were executed after they had surrendered but many escaped through an underground tunnel which had its exit in the farm now owned by William Hartnett. After 1651 the Castle was owned by the Leader Family and was burned by the local Volunteers during the war of Independence 1920-21.
  • Daly Castle – Galway, Ireland, castle ruins in Galway, and also known as Castledaly. Official registry by NUI Galway [[134]]. This property was in the possession of the Blake family from the late 16th century and was known as Corbally. In 1786 Wilson refers to the house as the seat of Mr. Blake. When Peter Daly acquired it in 1829 he had the castle remodelled and a facade added. The property then became known as Castledaly. Lewis records it as the seat of J. Daly in 1837. At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was the property of James Daly and the buildings were valued at £34. It was also the seat of James Daly in 1894. It is now a ruin. The mausoleum of the Daly family can be seen in the grounds of St. Theresa's church nearby, which they helped to build and where memorial tablets recording members of the family can be seen. More historical information about location can be found here: [[135]].
  • Listed buildings in the Republic of Ireland in the style of Listed buildings in the United Kingdom and/or any of Listed building#Equivalent status outside the United Kingdom. Sources [136], [137], [138]
Turkey
  • Alhambra Han – İstiklal Avenue, Istanbul
  • Bursa Boys' High School – founded in 1883; Bursa
  • Çorlulu Ali Pasha Complex – built by Çorlulu Ali Pasha; Istanbul
  • Esayan Armenian School – Istanbul
  • Galata Dervish Lodge – Istanbul
  • Kazasker İvaz Efendi Mosque – last work of Mimar Sinan; Istanbul
  • Narmanlı Han – İstiklal Avenue, Istanbul
  • Taksim Water Distribution System – Istanbul
  • Yenikapı Dervish Lodge – Istanbul
Other
North America
  • 725 Granville Street – office building above Pacific Centre on Granville Street in Vancouver; [1]; [147]; [148]; [149]; [150]; [151]; [152]
  • Aspen Hall (Harrodsburg, Kentucky) – historic home in an historic neighborhood in Harrodsburg, Kentucky; now converted to a bed and breakfast inn
  • Gothic architecture in Antebellum Alabama – gothic architecture in Alabama in 1840s and 1850s; gothic influence on historic churches, commercial buildings, and private residences
  • Denver Gas & Electric Building – Historic building (built 1910), national landmark since 1978, and apparently the largest telecom carrier hotel in at least Colorado; frankly it's a shock we don't already have an article about it. It's a gaudy monstrosity, too: Google Image Search for photos and you'll see. Primary source material from 910Telecom, the current occupant..
  • Hancock Whitney Stadium – Stadium currently under construction on the campus of the University of South Alabama; will become home to the school's football team in 2020.[2]
  • Idaho Central Credit Union Arena – Sports venue at the University of Idaho that will become home to the school's basketball and volleyball teams in 2021.[3]
  • Protective Stadium – Venue at the Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex currently planned for completion in 2021. Will become the new home of UAB Blazers football once complete, and if completed on schedule will also be the main stadium for the 2021 World Games.[4][5]
  • Parroquia de San Jose Obrero Example of Gothic revival architecture in Mexico located in Arandas, Jalisco [6] [7]
  • Chicago & North Western Depot in Waukesha, Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul & Pacific Depots in Hartland and Oconomowoc. Railway stations in Waukesha County Wisconsin.

Codes, regulations, and standards

  • Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Design of Public Spaces Standard - Ontario government's additional accessible element requirements required for buildings in addition to the Ontario Building Code; [153]; [154]
  • Facilities Accessibility Design Standards (FADS) - ground-breaking accessibility standards developed by City of London, Ontario; [155]

General concepts, styles

Digital Tectonics

People

  • Alexander Kira – author of influential classic work on bathroom designs and ergonomics

Non-people

  • Department of Architecture, Salahaddin University-Erbil (an architecture school in northern Iraq ) ([eng.su.edu.krd])
Architecture of [country]
A–F
G–N
O–Z
Other
  • Architecture of Tibet
  • Active design - building and planning principles that promote physical activity and sustainability; [156]
  • Adelspalais - a style and type of building prevalent mainly around the Ringstrasse in Vienna, Austria (17-02-15)
  • Arroyo stone - a common building material in Los Angeles, California; also in other places (24-01-11)
  • balanced argument (info on balanced argument and features) (any)
  • Biennale of Landscape Urbanism – Bat Yam (Bat-Yam International Biennale of Landscape Urbanism) - biennale-batyam.org
  • brick sidewalk – a decorative pavement material used in many historic districts
  • Building Code of Australia
  • Carolina I House - a style of architecture (in South Carolina); [157]
  • Coretti - little niches like opera-boxes above the side chapels usually in Jesuit churches
  • French Norman Revival Architecture - an architectural style apparently very similar to Tudor Revival architecture
  • Jungalow Style - A design movement founded by Justina Blakeney that includes decorating with color, pattern and plants. ([[158]] [[159] [160])
  • Kanakan - an expert on ancient construction methods in central Asia
  • Le Corbusier Centre (Chandigarh), also known as Old Architect Building, now a museum. [161]
  • New Zealand Building Code
  • Okinawan architecture (also called Okinawa architecture, Ryukyuan architecture, architecture of Okinawa and architecture of Ryukyu)
  • rambling home - a house that has lots of extensions added over generations, producing a "rambing" look; see The House of the Seven Gables
  • remarkable block structures demonstrating Cantilevered Architecture - [162]
  • sala terrena - found in Baroque and rococo palaces, ties the garden to the entrance and main stairway; see fr:Sala terrena, alt. naming is sala terrana or de:GartenSaal
  • Semper-Nicolai School - de:Semper-Nicolai-Schule
  • step street (or stair street) (req. 2015-08-11) - a term used in various Wikipedia articles ([163]); [164]; [165]; [166]
  • Super skinny skyscraper - buildings far exceeding the standard skinny width to height ratio of 1:7. Examples include 432 Park Avenue, 125 Greenwich Street and 111 West 57th Street, see also [167]
  • Sydney style - [168]
  • wedding barn - a form of venue, either built specifically or retrofitted from an existing barn, to serve as a venue for weddings and wedding receptions, found especially in rural North America, particularly the American Midwest and Southwestern Ontario; focus on aesthetics resembling that of a barn (visible beams, exposed wood, sunlight availability through boards) while incorporating large floorspaces as required for a wedding reception and dance

Urban studies and planning

Organizations

  • International Urban Development Association (World Urban Development Association) - inta-aivn.org
  • New Cities Foundation - newcitiesfoundation.org; an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to making cities across the world more inclusive, dynamic and creative; promotes urban innovations through partnerships between government, business, academia and civil society; hosts a number of events throughout the year, including its annual flagship event, the New Cities Summit, hosted this year from June 17-19 in Dallas, Texas; summit fosters cross-sector collaboration through network building, forums and discussion; summit also features AppMyCity!, a contest for the world's best urban app; foundation co-chairs the Global Cultural Districts Network, a federation of global centers of arts and culture; [169]; [170]; [171]
  • Sustainable Urban Development Association - suda.ca

Other

Communications

Companies and other organizations

  • BKLYNER - BKLYNER started as a network of neighborhood news sites published by Corner Media Inc., some established as far back as 2008, and grew to include the following: Bensonhurst Bean (2011), Ditmas Park Corner (2012), Fort Greene Focus (2009), KensingtonBK (2012), Sheepshead Bites (2008), South Slope News (2013), and Sunset Park Voice(2016). In January 2017 they were all consolidated in one site, BKLYNER.com. Former publications, such as Ditmas Park Corner have been the recipient of the Ippies Award for Editorial content, and BKLYNER is regularly cited as a source in the New York Times, NY 1 and other media outlets.
  • BuFaTa of Lingusitics - a public meeting mainly in Germany for students of linguistic disciplines, especially for their representatives (Fachschaft); de:Bundesfachschaftentagung der Sprachwissenschaften
  • Caffeine Social Broadcasting - a live streaming service for people to enjoy and create live gaming, entertainment, and creative arts broadcasts. (Initiated no later than August 10, 2018) caffeine.tv
  • Clandestine Reporters Working Group - Alexandria, Virginia-based company providing security and intelligence training to journalists and human rights workers. The company specializes in non-digital tradecraft, such as handwritten encryption, counter-surveillance on foot and on public transport, setting up armor and modular vests, and planning missions for journalists operating in hostile environments. Curricula and schedule: [183] Review of Cryptography workshop: [184]
  • Corridor Communications, Inc. (or CCI Wireless - cciwireless.ca
  • Department of Homeland Security's SAFECOM initiative - an initiative that requires radio interoperability and P25 standards for public safety agencies.
  • Doogee - produces cost-effective smart phones and is quickly gaining popularity for cheap yet high-quality smart phones. (comment: easily the next LTG)
  • Elk Antennas - designs and builds compact Log Periodic Dipole Arrays (LPDA) for amateur radio, commercial and military use; founded in 1995; elkantennas.com
  • FYI Brand Group - A full-service 360-degree PR and brand strategy agency that specializes in crafting a multi-faceted and individually tailored experience for each of its clients, creating boundary-pushing content and innovative storytelling through the fields of public relations, brand positioning, digital and social media development and the building of strategic partnerships to position our talent as undeniable leaders in pop culture. Founded in 2001, by Tammy Brook, FYI immerses its clients in all aspects of entertainment, fashion, music, sports and culture. We sit at the intersection of pop culture and ensure our clients brands are woven into these cross-genre platforms. [185] [186] [187]
  • Inkspin1 - one of the first companies to produce custom Skype and SIP software set-top-boxes and media players
  • Integrics - a UK-based software engineering company providing telecommunications software worldwide
  • Liftable Media ([liftablemedia.com]) - a media umbrella company publishing some of the most popular conservative websites and whose brands rank as top publishers on Facebook, especially the Conservative Tribune
  • Milestone Communications - develops wireless towers in partnership with school and government landowners; milestonecommunications
  • North Electric - a telecommunications equipment manufacturer; sv:North Electric
  • NextG Networks - a company that puts up small, unobtrusive, low power, relatively general purpose base stations for cellphones (and other services, simultaneously mixing different technologies such as GSM, CDMA, wifi, wimax, etc.). They set up distributed antenna systems (DAS) where each node is effectively a remote antenna, the nodes are connected by a fiber optic loop to a local NextG facility. Cellphone providers can then pay to put base stations (BTSs) at this shared facility. Multiple cell providers, even using different technologies, can use a single system at once. They are selling this as a way to fill in holes in existing networks, though their product could alone serve a densely populated area; nextgnetworks.net
  • OC Media (A media organization based in Tbilisi, Georgia that writes and publishes news, features, opinions and analysis, and interviews about the Caucasus region in both English and Russian; requesting assistance for a neutral, unbiased article) ([www.democracyendowment.eu]) ([tbilisi.impacthub.net]) ([eumm.eu]) ([www.opendemocracy.net]) ([oc-media.org])
  • Telesis AS - 28-year old designer and manufacturer fCLor TDM and IP Telephony systems; assistance is requested for a neutral article; [188]
  • Inbox.com an e-mail provider
  • thexyz.com Secure email provider
  • The Future of Text Symposium - a yearly seminar featuring high profile guests who meet to discuss the importance and history of language and communication through codified text ([www.thefutureoftext.org])
  • SS7ware - a telecommunications equipment manufacturer, based entirely on commodity hardware ([yatebts.com])
  • US Mobile - MVNO provider like Simple Mobile, Mint Mobile (Ultra Mobile), and Google's Project Fi that's also using T-Mobile network ([www.usmobile.com])
  • Kingstonist ([kingstonist.com]) - An online news site based in Kingston, Ontario

People

  • Joel Snyder - one of the world's first audio describers (c. 1981), a narrative technique for making visual images accessible to people who are blind or have low vision; author of The Visual Made Verbal: A Comprehensive Training Manual and Guide to the History and Applications of Audio Description (www.audiodescribe.com)
  • Nola Taylor Redd - an American journalist specializing in space and physics. She's written many notable articles and is becoming one of the best in her field. She covers a wide range of topics, from planetary science to particle physics to SETI (the search for extraterrestrial life).
  • Jan Uddenfeldt - Former global CTO of Ericsson and Sony Mobile, father of digital mobile communications, and one of the main inventors of 2G, 3G, and 4G wireless technologies. ([www.businesswire.com], [www.cio.com], [www.fiercewireless.com], [news.cision.com])

Other

A–J

  • 2BESS switch - electrical telephone switch similar to 1AESS but smaller; also, setup a redirect for 2BESS pointing to 2BESS switch
  • airwave device - a device that uses high-speed Internet to broadcast a cellular signal; used by people who live outside their coverage area or for any other reason they would not normally have cell phone signal in their home
  • ANSI/TIA/EIA-617 - Inband DCE Control for Asynchronous DTE–DCE Interfaces, list of modem AT commands for (frequency) band management
  • Baofeng UV-B5 - a well-reviewed inexpensive hand held amateur radio transceiver in the 2m and 70cm bands
  • Black Channel (safety) - a communications channel used for safety-critical communications especially in industrial automation
  • Communication network technology - a discipline focused on the application and implementation of communication networks
  • Communication network engineering - a discipline focused on the theory and conceptual design of communication networks
  • Communications technology - a distinct discipline focused on the application and implementation of communication systems. It should not be redirected to Information and communications technology which is the current link provided for it.
  • Computer network engineering - a discipline focused on the theory and conceptual design of computer networks
  • Computer network technology - a discipline focused on the application and implementation of computer networks
  • Frequency diversity
  • Global beam - a cover of the Earth's surface
  • H-antenna – a horizontal (H) or vertical (lazy H) antenna, usually center-fed, which is an extreme case of a capacitively end-loaded dipole.
  • Hyuckel(s) - a method of postal communications secured|obscured stenographically with diversion, nonsense and bad art
  • IEEE 1914.1 (IEEE 1914.1 is a Standard for Packet-based Fronthaul Transport Networks developed under IEEE 1914 Next Generation Fronthaul Interface – NGFI (xhaul) Working Group) ([sites.ieee.org])
  • IZAR (processor) - Android 2.1 (will be upgraded to 2.2 at December) Smartphone produced by Pantech SKY. Has Qualcomm 600MHz processor. The cellular network provider is KT (Korean Telecom)

K–Q

  • Konnekt Videophone - a videotelephony appliance designed specifically for the elderly and those with disabilities. References and draft (author conflict of interest noted): [189] and [190]
  • Language icon - an initiative to create an artificial globally recognizable icon, to be used not only web but for real life applications as well to signify "language"; languageicon.org
  • LG Glimmer - greatly enhanced version of the LG Shine, by LG, featuring both a touchscreen on the ouside, instead of a joystick, and a keypad on the inside
  • Lumascape - very much talked about in all areas of online marketing, but it does ot have an article. I've not had a single conversation with anyone in online advertising where Lumascape has not come up, and everybody is using it to classify the different companies in the market. Please add this article.
  • Mass Representative - do photons carry mass as suggested by the equation m = hf/c2 ?
  • Metastorm - BPM software
  • Microdiversity - selection of best signal from different sectors within a Cell of a Mobile network. This will be done by BSC in GSM and by RNC in UMTS
  • Mobile Nations - a group of mobile product review, news sites, and forums; includes sites for Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Apple's iOS, and webOS; In all, the group has 8.5 million unique users; [191]
  • Mobile Terminated Roaming Retry (MTRR) - [192]
  • Mosio - a simple, free service where members ask questions via text messages, and other members research and answer these questions from their computers; mosio.com
  • MultiAX - a radio communications technology used similar to the MPT1327 trunking protocol
  • NEC Aspire hybrid small business phone system
  • Network Access Application - per ETSI 102 223, application residing in the UICC which holds a subscriber identity and an authentication algorithm and provides the access to a network
  • Packetbox - instant-messaging service provider using Wireless Village protocol
  • Parallel-sequence spread spectrum (PSSS)
  • Protected Spectrum - what is it? why can we not transmit on this spectrum?
  • Quik Call II (1+1 Fire Dispatch tone)

R–Z

  • Radio Broadcast Monitoring - intercept and monitoring of radio broadcasts in the pre-Internet age
  • radio reconnaissance - not the platoon, but an article
  • Random access, discrete address communication system - (RADA); [193]
  • Routing Protocol for Low power and Lossy Networks (RPL) - mesh routing protocol (ietf-roll-rpl)
  • Samsung Gear Circle - a smart neck band; [194]
  • Samsung SCH-A950
  • Samsung SGH-t919 - new Samsung touch-screen phone
  • Samsung SCH-u960 - Samsung cell phone for Verizon; also called the Rogue
  • Samsung SCH-B600 - Samsung mobile phone
  • Samsung Solid - "first ultra durable handset"
  • Samsung SGH-A867 Eternity - Samsung mobile touch screen phone
  • Samsung Tocco Ultra Edition - Samsung Mobile touch screen phone
  • Sea-Me-We 5 - the next major submarine cable between South East Asia and Europe, due in service 2016; Sea-Me-We 5 route
  • Select TV - An online media aggregation platform [195] [196] [197] [198] [199] [200] [201] [202] [203] [204] [205] [206] [207]

[208] [209] [210]

  • slydial - a free service that allows someone to skip the conversation and go directly to voicemail. 267-SLYDIAL. [211]
  • SMS class - types of technology used to deliver SMS to recipients; differentiates by storage and priority capabilities
  • SMS gateway for GSM Networks - its uses and configuration; advertising?
  • SNAP12 - a type of optical connector
  • Solid State Power Block (SSPB) - an electronic device used in satellite transmission systems. Similar to SSPA or Solid State Power Amplifier, not to be confused with BUC, or Block Up-Converters. These items all are generic names for satellite transmission hardware and not vendor specific. ([www.advantechwireless.com])
  • *SP - a code used on cell phones in many U.S. states to connect the caller to the state police
  • Speakers Bureau - people talking about issues and topics
  • Starkish - [212]; Chinese invented gunpowder and tp to wipe
  • Supplementary Services - describes the involvement of (amongst others) third parties, outside of a cellular user's direct communications (unknown to the user). This description has a lead in via explaining how the procedure is implemented by the MSC (Mobile switch centre). Prelude exists here:Network switching subsystem#Description
  • Telstra T-Hub - Telstra tablet device
  • Timing Transparent Transcoding (TTT)
  • Transferred Account Procedures - a collection of procedures used in GSM to send billing records of roaming subscribers from the visited mobile network (VPMN) to their respective home network operator (HPMN) [213] [214] [215]
  • tower dawg - the person that climbs broadcast and cell towers; often identified by stickers/tattoos stating "tie off or fly off" as well as "woop-woop"
  • Transmitting Thermal Identifier - individual identifying header all faxes have
  • Untrue News (A brand new search engine for fake stories) ([untrue.news])
  • Urbanisation and market driven forces - urban planning viewed from a market driven perspective
  • UP0E - digital interface for Siemens digital phones, such as optiPoint and optiSet
  • V.24 - Technical standard for serial transfer of binary data between data terminal equipment and data circuit-terminating equipment. Almost identical to, and often incorrectly used interchangeably with, but technically not exactly the same as RS-232. [216][217][218] Disambiguate at V24. See V.24, RS232, V.24, V.28, X.21bis and EIA-232 Connector and Signaling Standards, and ITU-T Recommendation V.24.
  • Wireless Intercept - intercept of pre-internet age wireless communications
  • Zepp antenna - a type of radio antenna developed for Zeppelin airships. It is an end-fed (quarter wave?, half-wave?) radiator fed through a 1/4-wave ladder line that has a ¿half-wave? radiator attached to one of the ladder-line ends. The ladder-line dangles from the airship, and the radiator dangles from (one side of) the ladder line. The other ladder-line end is unconnected. It is related to the J-pole antenna, and for ground-mounted antennas has two variants: the double-Zepp and the extended double-Zepp.
  • ZTE F230 - ZTE F230 mobile phone
  • Third World Technical Scientific Dependency

Computer science, computing, Internet

Requests for articles about computing are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Design

Non-people

Companies and other organizations

  • Dexigner is a leading online portal for designers, noted in Forbes for being one of the top five sites for creatives. The website covers a range of design topics, including product, graphic, identity, interior, and urban design, architecture, advertising, illustration, fashion and typography. [219][220][221]
  • C-Stick redirect to GameCube controller#Overview 64.175.40.193 (talk) 16:53, 23 October 2017 (UTC)
  • Design for America(DFA) - designforamerica.com - Founded by Prof. Liz Gerber at Northwestern University, DFA has grown to a national network with 36 studios and over 1200 members at campuses across the US. From their website "DFA is an award-winning, nationwide network of university students using design innovation for social good, building community, and developing their capacity to take on any challenge." DFA has been written about in many news outlets, including: Huffington Post[8] and the Chicago Tribune[9].
  • Immortal - Immortal the design station, www.immortal.com.sg - a brand engagement consultancy, established in 1990; integrated with ONG&ONG in July 2014 ([222]); the firm was awarded as one of Asia's Top Designers at the Singapore Design Awards 2015 ([223]); the firm bagged a Singapore Good Design SG Mark award for its work in branding The Apiary in 2016 ([224]); Immortal's Directors, Saxone Woon, Stanley Tan and Theresa Yong are Associates of The Design Alliance, Asia ([225])
  • Joseph Rodgers and Sons - cutlery company
  • Land Art Generator Initiative - international project to advance the proliferation of renewable energy infrastructure by engaging creative interdisciplinary teams in the design of site-specific utility-scale power plants that are integrated into the urban and rural environment; see renewable energy sculpture; after three successful design competitions and broad political support, the organization is constructing its first demonstration projects in 2015–2016; landartgenerator.org
  • MODERN ERA CONVENT, JANAK PURI (SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN DELHI) (www.moderneraconvent.com)
  • R&Co Design - award winning ([226]; [227]) graphic design studio focused on web and brand identity; its work has been referenced in hundreds of online publications ([228]; [229]; [230]; [231]) related to design inspiration, minimalism and responsive web design; led by New York-based artist and designer Ryan Paonessa; rspny.com; [232]
  • Trig Innovation Industrial design firm based in Chapel Hill, NC. First fully virtual company to win an Industrial Design Excellence Award from the Industrial Designers Society of America. Founded in 2008. [10][11][12][13][14][15]
  • DIALOG - Multidisciplinary Canadian design firm with architects, urban planners, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, interior designers, and landscape architects. Formed in 2010 after a merger Cohos Evamy, Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden, Office for Urbanism, and Mole White. Offices in San Francisco, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Toronto. (www.dialogdesign.ca). Please redirect Cohos Evamy to this page.
  • KORBAN/FLAUBERT - Australian sculpture and furniture design duo. Featured in Sculpture by the sea, rigg design prize and several museum collections.

Other

  • AI politician - see here for reference
  • Bunitu Botnet - Barely mentioned botnet which used infected computers as endpoints for a proxy service.
  • BabaCAD - a free CAD program, for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS, featuring DWG and LISP; babacad.com
  • Bangle Butt - a car-body style first found in BMW 7 Series (E65) and BMW 6 Series (E63) and later in many other makes and models
  • book rest
  • BIM Track - A BIM coordinations communications platform for Revit, Navisworks, Tekla and openBIM software. [233] [234]
  • [Fabrics] (What are its properties, uses, how it's made, etc. ?)
  • isoluminous - what is it? it is not in any of the dictionary sites I checked (It means "equal brightness", usually of differing color. Television/NTSC color bars are an example of isoluminous: same 75% brightness/luminance, but different colors, for calibration purposes. Relative luminance might also help. Tech paper abstract.)
  • LAI4D - Innovative model designing system. stands for "Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence for Design". It should be made into an article because it is mentioned in many other wikipedia articles but there is no link and it's popularity as a designing program is growing extremely fast.
  • Lythialin-glass - in Novy Bor, Bohemia (present-day Czech Republic), an artist and technician named Friedrich Egermann became famous for his development of of Lythialin-glass with a marbled surface that resembles semi-precious stones; [235]
  • StabiCad - BIM (Building information modeling) software; can be installed on Revit and Autocad; [236] (Per WP:PROMOTION, a mere addition to the main BIM article's software section seems more appropriate than a whole article?)
  • trolley bag or trolley case
  • Vention - a machine/equiptment design environment that brings together a cloud-CAD, modular harware and automation system to allow designers and engineers to design, order and recieve their projects in just a few days. Since its launch it has created significant buzz in the engineering, machine design and industrial automation communities. ([www.vention.io], [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30])

People

  • Laura Kriesch (Nagy) (Member of the Gödöllö artist colony and a fantastically talented ceramicist. Her works were produced by Rosenthal Porcelain Manufacture. She has been excluded from publications hitherto due to being the only woman in the group, but deserves her own entry.) ([books.google.co.uk])
  • Bagio White - lead creative director and editor-in-chief of Dopeness Magazine; gained early recognition in the industry for his creative editorial designs for the magazine; signature style includes use of vibrant colors, props, and mood, as well as subversion, of traditional graphic pattern techniques which is most notable throughout the magazine's covers, editorials and online editorials; bagiowhite.com; [237])
  • Beci Orpin - Melbourne-based craft designer and illustrator
  • Richard Ferlazzo - Holden design director; based in General Motors, Holden's Port Melbourne design studio; [238]; [239]; [240]; [241]; [242]; [243]; [244]; [245]; [246]
  • Riccardo Giraldi Microsoft Creative Director; known for Microsoft HoloLens, Google WebLab, Micd Scalextric, teaching design and his talks about interaction design and the relationship between human and technology
  • Willy Guhl (Switzerland) ([www.nytimes.com])


Bernhardt Design designers

Internationally known designers joined the creative team, including: bernhardtdesign.com/designers/index.html

  • Christian Biecher (Paris)
  • CuldeSac (Valencia)
  • Hansandfranz (Munich)
  • Jaime Hayon (Barcelona)
  • Lievore Altherr Molina (Barcelona)
  • Patrick Jouin (Paris)
  • Patrick Norguet (Paris)
  • Suzanne Trocmé (London)

Education

  • Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences - KISS ([kiss.ac.in]) Founded by Shri Achyuta Samanta, honourable Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha, Government of India.

Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences(KISS), was established to reduce the number of people living in poverty and social deprivation. KISS has become the first exclusive tribal deemed to be university in the World, the status accorded by Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India. It has been in special consultative status with ECOSOC since 2015 and works in close collaboration with UNO and its agencies and organs. KISS has produced more than 5000 athletes and sportspersons participating and winning various national and international events. The students of KISS have performed well academically, their pass percentage being higher than the state average for the tribal community. KISS has created four Guinness World Records recently and 4 Limca Book Records. It is ranked 223rd NGO among the top 500 NGOs of the world and top 10 in India.

  • Third World Technical Scientific Dependency
  • Shiksha Mandal, Wardha - ([www.shikshamandal.org]) Shiksha Mandal is a century-old institution based at Wardha, the undeclared capital of pre-independence India. Founded by Shri Jamnalal Bajaj, it was deeply influenced by freedom struggle and Gandhiji. Its faculty and students were involved in the freedom movement and one of its institutions was closed by the British. The nation’s first education conference was held in Shiksha Mandal in 1937 and was presided over by Gandhiji.
  • Bajaj institute of technology,Wardha - ([bit.shikshamandal.org]) Shiksha Mandal started Bajaj Institute of Technology at Wardha from the 2017-18 academic session, based on approvals from AICTE, New Delhi and Government of Maharashtra. Bajaj Institute of Technology is affiliated to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, which is State Technological University of Maharashtra. The advantage of this is that the curriculum and valuation is of good quality.Its uniqueness is going to be its focus on enhancing student capability through rigorous learning, an emphasis on learning fundamentals and capacity to use them through hands-on work in the workshop and laboratories and through projects. All students would undergo internship in industry during the summer break. Shiksha Mandal has a culture of excellence, discipline, hard work, simplicity, social commitment and ethical behavior. In short, it is committed to producing industry ready engineers and good human beings, who will innovate and deliver their best in the profession.]
  • CENTURY Tech ([www.century.tech]) CENTURY Tech develops artificial intelligence teaching and learning platforms for schools, colleges and universities. It was founded by entrepreneur Priya Lakhani OBE in 2015. It has been featured in numerous articles from news outlets across the world and recently signed the first ever deal to implement AI in a state-wide school system ([247]) ([248]) ([249]) ([250]) ([251]) ([252])
  • Albert ([www.albert.io]) Formerly Learnerator, Albert, provides college math and science, Advanced Placement®, SAT®, ACT®, GRE®, GMAT®, literature, social science, history content for individual learners as well as simple classroom management, assignments, and practice exams for teachers and school administrators. The platform, and it's employees have been featured in various sources ([253], [254]). The current CEO, Luke Liu, was a recipient of Crain's Chicago Business 20 in their 20s class of 2017 ([255]). The company has received both a Seed and Series A round of funding, notable investors include Ashton Kutcher, Corazon Capital, and Serra Ventures ([256], [257]).
  • MobyMax educational software
  • Northside High School of Performing Arts
  • UsingEnglish.com ([258]) is a site specialising in helping those learning or teaching English as a second or foreign language, established at the beginning of 2002. It has a significant amount of independently created and editorially reviewed reference material, articles and materials on the English language alongside online tools for both learners and teachers. It has been independently reviewed by key educational websites such as [259] and the resources it provides have been cited in numerous respected print publications ([260]) and as a source by various Wikipedia articles ([261]).
  • Teknol Inc ([262]) is a company working in the education sector, where it promotes the early learning of children. It has 2 applications namely, PREto3 a logistics application for preschool which helps makes communication better between parents and teachers and MySutraa which is prenatal care application that helps parents with pregnancy-related queries from preconception to the time when the child is 1 year old. Teknol also owns a few preschools in India and USA. It also has an extracurricular camp called Fuze Fit. [263], [264], [265], [266].
  • Membean ([267] is a website that helps and encourages people to learn new vocabulary. It helps people from spelling new words all the way to filling in blanks for sentencing and definition hinting to figure out a learned word. They also use pictures and videos to visually express their words. There are six vocabulary levels and you need to learn a few thousand words each to level up! They also can give you vocab quizzes! This website is used in many schools to expand a child's vocabulary as part of the extra school curriculum. This website has received good reviews by educational websites and has been mentioned by many sources relating to school. Here are just a few of them. If a wikipedia confirmed user or administrator comes across this, you NEED to create an article for this. It's creation is long overdue and it deserves recognition. Here are some other sources. [268], [269], [270], [271], [272], [273], [274]
  • Numberock ([275] is a website that is the world's best and ad-free math videos from kindergarten to 6th grade. It contains videos such as times tables from 1-12, operations, decimals, number sense, counting, fractions, geometry, measurement and data & graphs. It also contains many lesson materials in many of their videos and some comics. It also has 9 non-math videos such as thanksgiving day history, christmas around the world, biography of martin luther king jr, presidents of the USA, valentine's day video, earth day video, growth mindset, halloween night and summer vacation. It also contains 2 of their videos within other languages, specificly counting to 10 and counting to 100. It also contains a game called cool cat math facts. It is seen on teachers pay teachers and ted education to name a couple. It was founded in 2015. The founder and the person who owns it is Benjamin Hehn. Those are just the basics of Numberock.
  • Organic World Language (Organic World Language, also known as OWL and formerly known as Organic Language Acquisition or OLA, is a method of teaching foreign languages. The six goals of the OWL methodology are for students to use the target language 100% of the time, to not be afraid of the target language environment, to take risks and break down the affective filter, to be able to infer meaning and use circumlocution to communicate, to participate and be part of a community, to cultivate intrinsic motivation and student ownership. OWL methodology accomplishes this by doing community-building activities in class, using students and their life experiences as the content and curriculum, creating a second language learning environment that mimics that of the first language, redesigning classroom seating so that students are in a circle with no desks, and consistently integrating kinesthetic movement.) ([www.owlanguage.com], [276], [277], [278], [279])
  • Waterford Institute
  • Waterford UPSTART* effects of gender differences in accounting education for high scholars--41.79.191.33 (talk) 11:04, 7 December 2015 (UTC)
  • Quizizz ([quizizz.com]) [280]Quizizz allows you to conduct student-paced formative assessments in a fun and engaging way for students of all ages.
  • Social narrative or social story – a story that explains how to do something new, for a person with a disability. Sample sources include "social+story", doi:10.1007/s10882-019-09692-2, doi:10.3233/TAD-180218, ISBN 9781784500481.
  • gym uniform (ja:体操着)

Schools, colleges, and universities

Please note: Elementary schools and middle schools are generally considered non-notable.

General

  • Mercy College Mackay, Principal: Jim Ford, Specialising in eduction for years 7-10. Notable history. [281] [282] [283]
  • Georgia Educational Service Worker Law
  • History of homeschooling - homeschooling
  • Inner city school (inner city schools) - inner city public schools located in low-income, usually impoverished neighborhoods that tend to have lower academic performance than schools in more affluent neighborhoods
  • School for the blind (Schools for the blind) - a general head article covering history of this type of school (currently a redirect to Blindness and education)
  • Signum University - A newly founded online University which operates entirely through fundraiseing and crowdfunding. Run By Corey Olsen and would be an interesting article to make as as far as I'm aware it is the ownly crowdfunded university in the USA. [31] [32]

School-specific

A–B
  • Acellus Academy - An online private school for grades K-12.
  • Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy -One of the known Physical therapy institute in New Delhi, India. It is affiliated to the esteemed Delhi University. It conducts bachelors and masters of physiotherapy programs. (SOURCES- College website [www.ajipt.org] , Delhi University website- [www.du.ac.in], facebook page unoffical - [www.facebook.com] , Google maps location - [goo.gl] )
  • Altus Institute Network of Charter School - operates five charter schools and over thirty resource centers throughout Southern California; estimated 5,000 enrollment; [284]; [285]; [286]; [287]
  • American College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine - Houston, Texas; founded 1991, one of the few acupuncture colleges that is regionally accredited (by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges); its cooperation with multiple clinics around the city allows acupuncture to be delivered to patients in need as a part of its community service program; its China hospital agreements allow students to study abroad; acaom.edu
  • Annandale School - Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada
  • ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences - other faculties of the university already have articles (see Template:Australian National University); cass.anu.edu.au
  • ANU College of Asia and the Pacific - other faculties of the university already have articles (see Template:Australian National University); asiapacific.anu.edu.au
  • AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine - Austin, Texas, United States; it mission is to transform lives and communities through graduate education in acupuncture and Oriental medicine; offers regionally accredited master's-level and doctoral-level graduate programs in acupuncture and Oriental medicine, preparing its students for careers as skilled, professional practitioners; since its founding in 1993, the school has grown rapidly in size and reputation, drawing students from around the nation and faculty from around the world; conducts approximately 20,000 patient visits annually in its student and professional clinics; collaborates with Western healthcare institutions including the Seton Family of Hospitals; gives back to the community through partnerships with nonprofit organizations and by providing free and reduced price treatments to people who cannot afford them; aoma.edu
  • Assisi International Animal Institute – Oakland, California, United States; assisianimals.org
  • Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences - Canton, Ohio, United States; aultmancollege.edu
  • Bay Area Public School (BAPS) - began in August 2012 in Oakland, California; part of an international network of free, learner-directed, community=supported schools; in addition to classes on many topics, BAPS hosts the HEARTS DESIRE Reading Series and has hosted the Oakland Youth Poetry Workshop; [288]; [289]; [290]; [291]; [292]; [293]
  • Bethlehem College & Seminary - Private, Christian, liberal arts college and seminary in Minneapolis, Minnesota; established in 2009; based out of Bethlehem Baptist Church (Minneapolis); the chancellor of the school is John Piper (theologian); urban, co-ed, non-residential campus; teaches undergraduate students in a classical Christian education; emphasizes apprenticeship and ministry preparation in the seminary; offers associate's and bachelor's degrees in the college, as well as master of divinity and master of arts degrees in the seminary; fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the Association for Biblical Higher Education; bcsmn.edu
  • Beulah Heights University - Atlanta, Georgia, United States; founded 1918; offers students a Christian education; began offering, in 2012, a Doctorate of Ministry; beulah.org/history
  • The Bement School - Deerfield, Massachusetts, United States; founded 1925; private junior boarding school offering grades K-9; bement.org
  • Birthwise Midwifery School - Birthwise Midwifery School is a three-year school founded in Bridgton, Maine in 1994. Built on the principles of female empowerment, natural birth, and skilled professionalism, it offers one of the first comprehensive training programs for direct-entry midwives in the United States. The program is accredited by the Midwifery Education Accreditation Council and licensed by the Maine Department of Education.; birthwisemidwifery.edu
  • Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing - Quincy, Illinois, United States; founded 1891; offers a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree through two joint programs with its partners, Culver-Stockton College and Quincy University; students take all nursing courses and clinicals at BRCN and general education courses at the partner college; the first nursing course is in the first semester of the sophomore year; most of the junior and senior years are spent on the BRCN campus; students who complete the program earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree and are eligible to take the state board of nursing examination for licensure as a registered urse (RN); also offers a Master of Science in Nursing degree program; brcn.edu
  • Blue Ridge Middle School (Middle school in Loudoun County, Virginia) www.lcps.org/brms
  • The Body Electric School - founded 1984; innovative leader in the fields of personal growth, eroticism and consciousness, offering programs for people of all genders and sexual orientations in the United States, Canada and Australia
  • Butler Technology and Career Development Schools (also known as Butler Tech) - Hamilton, Ohio, United States; includes three vocational schools that serve Butler County, Ohio, and ten of its public school districts; offer both adult- and teen-education programs including science, technology, education and business; one of the Ohio's largest vocational schools; butlertech.org
C–D
  • Caelum High School - Pune, Maharashtra, India; started with a purpose to groom children to be the future citizens of a developed nation; caelumhighschool.org - Work has began at User:Mrwoogi010/Caelum High School
  • California Institute of Advanced Management, Los Angeles, California - The California Institute of Advanced Management (CIAM) is a nonprofit graduate School that offers postgraduate education in Master's of Business Administration focused on Experiential learning. Students perform 12 consulting projects with various businesses through out their academic progress at CIAM, allowing them to immediately apply what they learn in the classroom out in real world business settings. Students are also encouraged to bring their own startup company idea for development while in school, providing professional support and guidance for their business plan. Visit www.ciam.edu for full details.
  • Catholic College Sale - Victoria, Australia
  • California Montessori Project - Northern California and Sacramento area; a group of kindergarten to 8th-grade schools in Northern California; models learning after the ideas of Maria Montessori; some involve preschool; students have high academic performance and the small, intimate learning environment is generally better than most school environments for all kids, including ones with learning disabilities, such as ADHD; cacmp.org

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  • Central Magnet School - a 6–12 magnet school in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States; established 2010; school was only five years old when ranked fourth-best school in Tennessee by USNews; [360]
  • Chicago College of Chiropody and Pedic Surgery - Chicago, Illinois, United States; closed early 1960s; records and students absorbed by the Illinois College of Podiatry which later was named the Dr. Scholl College. (I can't find much online about it, but I was a student at Scholl and they had the old pictures of the CCC classes from the 1930s to the 1960s; alumni would occasionally request transcripts and such too, as Scholl had threcords)
  • Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences - Cincinnati, Ohio, United States; school's predecessor, The Christ Hospital School of Nursing, established 1902; for over 105 years, The Christ Hospital School of Nursing grew in both size and sophistication to meet the changing healthcare needs within the greater Cincinnati and tri-state (Ohio-Indiana-Kentucky) region; has graduated over 6,000 registered nurses; thechristcollege.edu
  • Coaching with NLP - Wayne Farrell, South Africa, 0749157633; They are a International training company, training coaches and therapists in subjects like NLP, coaching, body language, hypnosis and other personal development courses; Their courses are internationally recognized and they regularly provide free information to people in the field; www.coachingwithnlp.co
  • Colegio Americano del Pacífico S.C. - Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico; [361]; [362]
  • Colegio Universitario de San Juan - Puerto Rico; established January 10, 1972, in Saturce; vocational programs then offered included associate degrees and certificates in computer programming, electronics, secretarial science, architecture and building and nursing; in 1979, the building that houses the current physical facilities opened in Hato Rey; offers associate degrees and baccalaureate degrees; accredited since June 1978 by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Commission on Higher Education; nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (formerly National League of Nursing);

cunisanjuan.edu

  • The College of Animal Welfare - established 1989; largest vocational training college of veterinary paraprofessionals in the United Kingdom; has four centres in the north, south, scotland, and central UK; caw.ac.uk: OFSTED Report
  • Columbia Centro Universitario - Puerto Rico; established 1986; small for-profit business and health services school; has campuses in Yauco and Caguas; columbiaco.edu
  • Columbia Secondary School for STEM - selective, public, college preparatory school with a focus on science, math, and engineering; its program of study provides a challenging academic experience that prepares its students for selective colleges; for careers in science, math, and engineering; and for a life of civic engagement and ethical responsibility
  • Concordia International School Hanoi - a private, non-profit, co-educational, international day school with English instruction, located in Hanoi, Vietnam. Fluency in English is required for entry. EAL support is available. Concordia is governed by a Board of Trustees, comprised of corporate executives who support and promote Concordia’s development and growth. Concordia was founded in 2011 as a Preschool to Grade 7 institution and has annually added the next higher grade level. The first high school graduation was June 2017. Concordia International School Hanoi is a sister school with Concordia International School Shanghai and Hong Kong International School.concordiahanoi.org
  • The Cornerstone Seminary - seminary in Vallejo, California; thecornerstoneseminary.org
  • Counseling Center Village - a clearinghouse of information for and by professionals working at university and college mental health offices; ccvillage.buffalo.edu: sponsored by the American College Personnel Association and the University at Buffalo
  • Country Cousins Language School (An EFL school in North Devon, founded in 1951, teaches English to International Students aged 7-17. It is accredited by the British Council and EnglishUK. It provides the Trinity Exam, as well as a preparatory Course. It offers both EFL tuition and activity programmes.) (SOURCES - [363], [364], [365], [366], [367], [368], [369] , [370])
  • Dorset College (Vancouver) - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • D.K.T.E. Society's Textile & Engineering Institute - Ichalkaranji, Maharashtra, India; established 1982; classed as "A" grade by Maharashtra government; degree courses in textile technology, man-made textile technology, textile plant engineering, textile chemistry, electronics engineering, mechanical engineering and one diploma course (DTM) accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA AICTE) New Delhi; holds ISO 9001:2000 certification; dktes.com
  • Career Institute Pakistan (Career Institute Pakistan is a CISCO Networking Academy (NetAcad).) ([371], [372])
  • Childlink Learning Center & High School, Inc. (Childlink Learning Center & High School, Inc. more commonly known as Childlink is a private school in Cebu, Philippines that is the first to offer Character Education in its curriculum and the first recognized School of Character in the Visayas-Mindanao region of the country. [33]) Jodi Tio (talk) 07:59, 12 July 2019 (UTC)
  • Chitkara International School (Chitkara International School is a private school in Chandigarh, India. The school is affiliated to CBSE[34]) ([373],[374])
E–H
  • ET Australia - Gosford, New South Wales, Australia, a community based not for profit organisation located in the Gosford Central Business District (CBD) on the New South Wales Central Coast. Consisting of an adult Training College (RTO ID 90084) and Independent Year 7 to 10 Secondary College, the focus is on providing students with the skills to be successful in employment and/or further study; etaustralia.com
  • EDP University - Hato Rey, Puerto Rico; edpuniversity.edu
  • Engineering For Kids (The worlds leading engineering enrichment program for children ages 4-14) ([www.engineeringforkids.com] , [www.wcjb.com] , [www.ktnv.com])
  • EVanston High School (Wyoming)- The main high school in Evanston, Wyoming. Notable alumni: Dana Perino (first female press secretary under George W. Bush), Poppinga brothers (NFL football players). Links for history and general information:[375]

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  • Extended Modular Program EMP – Ain Shams Faculty of Medicine - part of the Faculty of Medicine in Ain Shams University; dedicated to improving medical education in Egypt; established 2014; emp.asu.edu.eg
  • Falkner House Private preparatory school in London for girls aged 4-11.
  • FastBridge Learning - FastBridge Learning provides research-based assessment tools for K-12 schools across the US, along with progress monitoring and universal screening to help teachers better understand and improve student's learning. [376] [377][378] [379] www.fastbridge.org
  • Fletcher Technical Community College - Schriever, Louisiana, United States; fletcher.edu
  • Forreston High School - Forreston, Illinois, United States; www.fvvsd221.org
  • Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture - request for disambiguation page; FWSA can be either: (1) a type of architecture similar to that of architect Frank Lloyd Wright or (2) Taliesin: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (with campuses in Spring Green, Wisconsin, and Scottsdale, Arizona (taliesin.edu)
  • Global Justice Academy - globaljusticeacademy.ed.ac.uk; one of the four global academies at the University of Edinburgh, alongside the Global Health Academy (ed.ac.uk/global-health); the Global Development Academy (ed.ac.uk/global-development); and the Global Environment and Society Academy (ed.ac.uk/global-environment-society)
  • Good Samaritan College of Nursing & Health Science - Cincinnati, Ohio, United States; 340 students; single-focus institution that prepares students for a career in nursing or health sciences; located in teaching hospital (Good Samaritan Hospital); established 1896; gscollege.edu
  • Grace Brethren High School - A private high school in Simi Valley, California.
  • Gran Sasso Science Institute - GSSI (International School of Advanced Studies located in L'Aquila, Italy. Established in 2012. 120 PhD students. It provides 4 PhD courses: "Astroparticle Physics"; "Mathematics in Natural, Social and Life Sciences"; "Computer Science"; "Urban Studies and Regional Science". GSSI contributed with 8 coauthors to the first detection of Gravitational Waves) ([it.wikipedia.org], [www.gssi.it])
  • Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver (A school for post-graduate and graduate studies in clinical psychology, international disaster psychology, and many others. Also offers specific specialties catered to underrepresented populations) [380]; [381]; [382]; [383]; [384]; [385];
  • Grenadi School of Design - tertiary design school located in Australia, with campuses in Melbourne and Bairnsdale, Victoria, and Sydney, New South Wales; linked to Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre; grenadi.edu.au
  • Gulistan State University (Gulistan State University is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the large town of Gulistan, Uzbekistan) ([386], [387], [388], [389])
  • Haapavesi High School (fi:Haapaveden lukio) - located in northern Finland
  • Hailing Education Group [www.npr.org] . Requested 2017.08.11.
  • Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities - institute at Harvard University; aims to transform the building industry through a commitment to design-centric strategy that directly links research outcomes to the development of new processes, systems, and products; harvardcgbc.org
  • Harvard Lions - unofficial mascot of Harvard University. Go lions!!!
  • Harvard Divinity School Horace de Y. Lentz Named Lectures - series of lectures at Harvard Divinity School given "every third year by some outstanding Christian priest, minister or layman upon the inspiring things he may discern in the words: 'Christo et Ecclesiae' which appear upon the Harvard Seal."; [Lentz Lectures]
  • Hawley Place School - (an independent nursery and school for boys and girls ages 2-16. Located on the border of Surrey and Hampshire, England) ; ([www.hawleyplace.com]) ([en.wikipedia.org])
  • The Headwaters School - Red Star, Arkansas, United States; modern one-room school; offers supplemental education to home-schooled children in North West Arkansas; significant because of the community effort to create, build, and run the school; uses solar electricity and passive solar heating
  • Heichal Hatorah - Teaneck, New Jersey, United States; all-boys yeshiva; dedicated to providing a classic yeshiva education and a superior general studies program with excitement, warmth and a passion for growth; heichalhatorah.org; established September 2013 at the Teaneck Jewish Center with an initial enrollment of 17 students
  • Huertas College - Caguas, Puerto Rico; established 1945 as a secretarial school; formerly known as Huertas Junior College; began offering associate degrees in 1976; over the years, the school grew and diversified to offer degrees in health and many other fields; granted regional accreditation in 2006; huertas.edu/hc
  • Hungerford Collegiate Institute - a High School founded in Adams, New York by John N. Hungerford.
I–L
  • ICT Northumberland College - a private career college in Halifax, Nova Scotia, that offers a massage therapy training program ictschools.com
  • IFA Paris - international fashion design and luxury business school with campuses in Paris, Shanghai and Istanbul; offers undergraduate bachelor and postgraduate master/MBA degrees covering all of the fashion industry; ifaparis.com
  • IGB International School - International Baccalaureate (IB) World School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; the only school in Malaysia authorised for the Primary Years Program (PYP), the Middle Years Program (PYP), the Diploma Program (DP) and the Career-related Program (CP); Established in 2014; igbis.edu.my
  • Indian School of Business Management and Administration - established 1992 by the NGO Aeren Foundation; ranks among the top-ten business schools that provide distance online management courses through correspondence with over 100 specializations and management courses for students to choose from with specially designed courses for working professionals; from diploma in management courses to the doctorate and laureate level; indianmba.com; [390]; [391]; [392]; [393]; [394]
  • Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University - Evanston, Illinois, United States; produces and disseminates policy-relevant, rigorous research relating to public policy topics on a variety of subjects; ipr.northwestern.edu
  • Instituto Comercial de Puerto Rico Junior College - Hato Rey, Puerto RIco; five campuses including Herd King, Mayaguez, Arecibo, Bayamon, and Manatee;Template:UL
  • ISA Lille - Graduate School of Agriculture and Bioengineering in Lille, France www.isa-lille.com
  • Jackson Heart Study Community Outreach Center
  • Jackson Heart Study Daniel Hale Williams Scholars Program
  • Joseph Business School, Lake Park, Illinois, USA (requested 2017.04.17)
  • Keyes High School for Girls, St John's Road, Secunderabad, INDIA
  • Kilian Community College - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States; established 1977; offers a wide variety of two-year degree programs, as well as several four-year degree options and certificate programs; kilian.edu
  • Kingsworth - international school in Paris; offers education through the English education's system
  • Knowledge Systems Institute - Skokie, Illiois, United States; graduate school of computer and information sciences; established 1978; offers an MS degree in Computer and Information Sciences; ksi.edu
  • Kootenay Columbia College of Integrative Health Sciences - Nelson, British Columbia, Canada. Founded in 1996 as the Academy of Classical Oriental Sciences; diploma programs in Registered Massage Therapy and Traditional Chinese Medicine and a certificate program in Holistic Nutrition; accredited by the Private Institutions Training Branch (PTIB), College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia (CMTBC), and College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia (CTCMA). The school is also a recognized learning institution with the Canadian student loan program. [www.privatetraininginstitutions.gov.bc.ca], [www.cmtbc.ca], [www.ctcma.bc.ca], [studentaidbc.ca]
  • Leaden Hall School - 70 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
  • Le Regent Crans-Montana College - a British International School for children aged 4-18 in the world-famous ski resort of Crans-Montana, offering the International Baccalaureate and IGCSE preparation. Opened in 2015.
  • LSE Summer School - offers over 80 three-week courses taught by London School of Economics faculty; has the world's largest intake of international study abroad undergraduates compared with other summer schools across the globe; curriculum is drawn from across the university, with courses being offered in subjects as diverse as accounting, finance, economics, international relations, law, and business and management. lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchools/summerSchool
  • Louisiana Governor's Program for Gifted Children - Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States - the oldest school dedicated to gifted education in the state of Louisiana, and one of the oldest in the country, the Louisiana Governor's Program for Gifted Children (or GPGC) was founded in 1959 by Dr. George Middleton; one of the most notable alumni/teachers at the school was Tony Kushner, author of "Angels in America", among other works; gpgc.org/index.php
M–R
  • Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust rset.edu.in (Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust (RSET) is a registered public charitable trust established in the year 1948 at Malad, Mumbai, INDIA. With an aim to promote various educational, charitable and social activities, the trust has pioneered in providing educational opportunities to various sections of society. During the last seven decades and more, the trust has played a very vital role in promoting and providing better education from primary to post graduation in the fields of Commerce, Management, Information Technology and Media Studies. Apart from its educational pursuits, Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust also caters to the social and humanitarian needs of the community.

Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust had started its educational activities for girls, but in due course of time, it has opened its doors to boys as well. At present more than 15,000 students are receiving education in various educational institutions run by the Trust. The Educational Institutions owned and run by Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust are : Kudilal Govindram Seksaria Sarvodaya School Kudilal Govindram Seksaria English School Ramniwas Bajaj English High School Mainadevi Bajaj International School Mainadevi Bajaj International Playschool Durgadevi Saraf Junior College Ghanshyamdas Saraf College of Arts & Commerce Kirandevi Saraf Institute of Complete Learning Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies Ladhidevi Ramdhar Maheshwari Night College of Commerce Kunjbihari S. Goyal Online Academy

Other organizations owned and managed by Rajasthani Sammelan include : Draupadidevi Sanwarmal Women’s Hostel Ramdhar Maheshwari Career Counseling Centre. Pravinchandra D. Shah Sports Academy Jankidevi Bilasrai Bubna Boys Hostel) (www.rset.edu.in)

  • Made Easy School Gurgaon - madeeasyschool.in A co-educational school loacted in Bandhwari distt. of Gurgaon, Haryana is one of the emerging schools in Gurgaon and with esteem guidance of B. Singh and Jyoti Singh, it is destined to be one of the best schools in Delhi NCR.
  • Marbella International University Centre - www.miuc.org International university in Marbella, spain, has agreements with UWL, MGIMO & Singidunum universities, offers double accreditation Bologna & UWL.
  • Metro Delhi International School - mdis.net
  • Metro Middle School (Metro Early College Middle School) - Columbus Ohio, United States; part of The Metro School; Ddrect lead to Metro Early College High School; themetroschool.org; [395]
  • Military School Belgaum - one of the five military schools in India (different from sainik schools); these military schools were established in 1945 by King George VI
  • National Graduate School of Quality Management - Falmouth, Massachusetts, United States; an accredited institution that delivers degree and certificate programs to adult professionals in the private and military sectors online, on-site, and a combination of the two called blended format; ngs.edu
  • National Technical Schools - Los Angeles, California, United States; world-wide training since 1905; a lot of electronics projects made by this international school; many graduates worldwide; acquired by United Education and Software (UES), which went bankrupt in 1989; [396]
  • New Roads School - Santa Monica, California; independent Pre-k through 12th grade college-preparatory school; newroads.org
  • Northcoders - A coding bootcamp in the North of England established 2015[35], providing full-time and part-time[36] coding education to anyone hoping to launch a career as a Software Developer. Northcoders emphasise participation in the tech community[37], diversity and particularly promoting getting more women into tech[38][39] northcoders.com.
  • North East School of the Arts - four-year fine arts program at Robert E. Lee High School in San Antonio, Texas, United States
  • North Dakota State University at Sanford Health - Bismark, North Dakota, United States; small, upper division, college of nursing; formerly Sanford College of Nursing; co-educational; primarily a commuter campus; offers bachelor's degrees; ndsu.edu/nursing
  • Nossi College of Art - Nashville, Tennessee, United States; ACCSC accredited, mid-sized art college started in 1991, offering students associate and bachelor degrees. Educational programs available fall into five categories: graphic design, web design, photography, illustration, and videography & film. Nossi helps students and alumni with placement and industry scholarships[40], produces several ADDY award-winners each year[41], and other newsworthy elements. Nossi is in the top 5% of all ranked institutions for visual arts, design, and general arts [42] as well as ranked at 52 out of 449 colleges for art in America by Niche (company)[43]; nossi.edu
  • Ramona Alessandro Elementary School - San Bernardino, California, United States; students at the school are twice as likely to develop asthma per Loma Linda University study; school is approximately a quarter mile from a large railyard and the associated pollution
  • Renaissance Arts Academy - Eagle Rock, United States; implements a unique perspective into teaching, a perspective that transforms their students into scholars and opens up opportunities for all of them to go to college
  • Rockbridge Seminary - fully online seminary for practical theological education where students can learn where and while they serve in active ministry; rockbridge.edu
  • Royal Institute of Smart Technology (Royal Institute of Smart Technology (Rise))
S
  • Stansfield College - Singapore; Law School; Founded in 1993, Stansfield College is a long standing private higher education institution and a trusted provider of the University of London international programmes in Singapore. Its philosophy of recruiting only highly qualified and dedicated faculty and its unique learning system of small class sizes and focused attention providing its students with unrivalled learning opportunities. Over the years the College has continued to build on its strengths and today, its mission is a simple one – ‘to make learning enjoyable’. Stansfield College has over 20 years of experience as a specialist provider of University of London international programmes and is a Registered Centre of the University of London in Singapore. Its past recognitions include receiving the coveted Enterprise 50 award from 2002 to 2006 in recognition of its enterprising spirit and the Singapore Quality Class for PEOs in 2003. Stansfield College offers undergraduate degrees and diplomas in a range of academic disciplines which includes Law, Humanities and the EMFSS suite of programmes with specialisations in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences.; www.stansfield.edu.sg
  • Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College - Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States; community college; in 1998, the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Council adopted a resolution establishing a tribally controlled college and forming a governing board of regents; while the primary focus was to build a bridge between tribal members and higher education, the college was chartered as a public institution for all people in the community; in passing its resolution to establish the college, the council sought to increase access to higher education and to expand educational and career opportunities for the tribal community; the council also was taking responsibility to provide for the future of the tribe by investing in its most valuable resource, its members and employees; school's establishment was an important step in an educational empowerment process that seeks to preserve and maintain the Saginaw Chippewa tribal culture; school strives to provide a quality learning experience and environment designed to sustain the cultural continuity of the tribe from past to future generations; as a tribally controlled two-year college, the school offers Associate of Arts degrees; three degrees are offered: 1) Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, 2) Associate of Arts in Native American Studies, and 3) Associate of Arts in Business. Each of these degree programs is intended for transfer to baccalaureate degree programs at local colleges and universities; chartered as a non-profit, public corporation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan; school's primary geographic service area is the Isabella Reservation and greater Mount Pleasant area, which is the principal reservation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe; secondary service area is the Saganing Reservation, a subsidiary, smaller reservation of the tribe; sagchip.edu
  • Saint Elizabeth College of Nursing - Utica, New York, United States; established 1904 as a single purpose three-year diploma program in nursing; registered by the New York State Education Department as St. Elizabeth Hospital School of Nursing and graduated its first class of seven in 1907; nursing program was a natural outgrowth of the tradition and mission of St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) which is to care for the sick and helpless. The college maintains a strong tie with its parent institution, SEMC, as well as other clinical agencies to provide superior clinical experiences for students in all clinical areas; offers a two-year associate in applied science (AAS) degree in nursing, fully integrating theoretical learning with clinical experiences within a caring environment; nursing courses include direct patient care that is planned and supervised by a faculty member with expertise in a particular nursing area; one of the strengths of the program at St. Elizabeth is its clinical component that combines the theory learned in class with actual nursing practice allowing for immediate transfer and application of knowledge; offers evening/weekend nursing program in addition to weekday program; In 2007–2008, St. Elizabeth College of Nursing and SUNYIT announced a unique partnership: 1+2+1 program is for high school students who possess excellent academic achievement and can meet the rigorous admission requirements for the program. During the freshmen year, the general education requirements are completed at SUNYIT. In years two and three, the student will earn an associates degree while completing the nursing program at St. Elizabeth College of Nursing leading to RN license. The fourth and final year of the program returns the student to SUNYIT where a BS degree is earned (BSN); opportunity to earn two nursing degrees in four years; has graduated over 3,000 men and women; secon.edu
  • St. Francis Xavier College (Victoria) - one of the largest secondary schools located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, with campuses in Berwick, Victoria, Officer, Victoria, and Beaconsfield, Victoria
  • Saint Gregory the Great Seminary - Seward, Nebraska, Unites States; established 1998; named in honor of Saint Gregory the Great, who was born in Rome about 540 and died on March 12, 604; accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association; an approved institution of higher education in the State of Nebraska by the Coordinating Commission for Post-Secondary Education; member of the National Association of College Seminaries; stgregoryseminary.edu
  • St. Louise de Marillac School - Arabi, Louisiana
  • Saint Luke's College - Sioux City, Iowa, United States; private two-year nursing and health sciences college; stlukescollege.edu
  • Southeast Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences - Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United States; private not-for-profit institution of higher learning that specializes in the preparation of individuals for healthcare careers; the original Southeast Hospital School of Nursing opened in 1928; it focused on educating and training individuals for registered nursing; the school closed as a result of economic hardships during the Depression years; plans to re-open the hospital-based nursing program as an LPN to RN educational program began in 1990; in 1992, the Missouri State Board of Nursing awarded the school accreditation as a diploma program; the School of Nursing transitioned to the College of Nursing with approval being granted by the Missouri State Board of Nursing in 1995; in 2000, the name of the college was changed to Southeast Hospital College of Nursing & Health Sciences when a surgical technology program was opened; sehcollege.edu
  • South Florida Bible College and Seminary - Deerfield, Florida, United States; established 1985; has national, but not the more prestigious regional, accreditation; sfbc.edu
  • Southeast Technical Institute - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States; vocational school; southeasttech.edu
  • Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf - established by the Board of Trustees of the Howard County Junior College District (HCJCD) on November 6, 1979; part of Howard College; howardcollege.edu/swcid
  • Summerhill West - Los Angeles, California, United States; free school in the 1960s; modeled after Summerhill School
  • Sunrise Residential Treatment Center-A residential treatment and boarding school for girls 13-17 with emotional and behavioral issues; ([www.sunrisertc.com])
  • Saint Clement School- Chicago, Illinois, United States; Saint Clement School is a private, coeducational, Catholic school located in Downtown Chicago, Illinois. The first classes for the school were held in September 1906, and in 1977 the school combined with the Saint Clement Church; www.stclementschool.org
  • Southridge Tech Middle School- Fontana, California, United States; Southridge Tech is a Avid, Microsoft Showcase, and a Schools to Watch school. It educates children grade 6-8 with the help of Microsoft tools such as Teams, Word, and PowerPoint. It has a special needs class, Read 180, and Math 180.;www.fusdweb.com/sites/middle/southridge/default.aspx
T–Z
  • The Community School (Decatur, Georgia) - a private school in Decatur, Georgia, located in the back of First Baptist Church of Decatur. It is dedicated to teaching students with autism and other developmental disabilities. It was founded in 2005 by Dave Nelson. [397] [398] [399] [400]
  • Topeka West High School - public high school in Topeka, Kansas; part of the Topeka Public Schools district; purportedly the first public high school in the United States to use an "open campus" design approah and the high school of several famous alumni in the arts, education and athletics
  • Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences - Rock Island, Illinois, United States; school's history can be traced back to 1898 when the Moline Public School of Nursing opened its doors with two students; 1899 when St. Anthony's Hospital School of Nursing opened its doors with four students; and 1916 when the Lutheran Hospital and its School for Nurses opened its doors to serve students interested in the field of nursing; as the affiliated schools grew and merged over the years, the nursing and allied health programs combined, formally creating Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences; awarded candidacy status from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools in 1996; awarded full accreditation status in 1998; accredited by its professional accrediting organizations in nursing, radiology, and respiratory care; campus adjacent to Trinity Medical Center; trinitycollegeqc.edu
  • Universitas Castellae - located in Valladolid, Spain; private institution; specializes in teaching Castillian Spanish to foreign students; universitascastellae.es
  • University of Cincinnati College of Nursing - Cincinnati, Ohio, United States - founded in 1889 and established the first-ever baccalaureate nursing degree program in 1916; accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education; offers an RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing; also offers Master of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees in various specialties, as well as a research-based Ph.D.; programs offered on campus and online; has about 3,000 full- and part-time students across the U.S.; many programs are ranked in the top 5–10 percent in the U.S.; Template:URLnursing.uc.edu; [401]
  • UTS Faculty of Law - ranked sixth-top law school in Australia and 41st in the world in the 2016 release of the QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) World University Rankings by Subject)
  • Village School (Pacific Palisades, California) - independent, pre-K through 6th grade school; village-school.org
  • Vinnytsia National Technical University - higher education institution in Vinnytsia, Ukraine
  • Vir Chandra Singh Garhwali Govt. Medical College - ua.nic.in/smc.ac.in: Srinagar, Uttarakhand
  • Wales Deanery - The Wales Deanery is a public institute that delivers postgraduate medical and dental education for nearly 3,000 training grade doctors and dentists based throughout Wales. Funded by the Welsh Government, the Wales Deanery works in partnership with local NHS health boards and trusts to offer educational support to these trainees, and to support improvements in delivery and safety of patient-centred healthcare. walesdeanery.org [402] [403] [404]
  • Watch Technology Institute - Seattle, Washington, United States; part of North Seattle College, associated with both Lititz Watch Technicum; and the Swiss-American Watchmakers Training Alliance (SAWTA). A 2-year, 3000+ hour watchmaking program focusing on micromechanics and watch service-related tasks such as diagnostics, repair, assembly, and quality control. northseattle.edu/programs/watch-technology-institute
  • Wayne Central High School - Ontario, New York, United States; art of the Wayne Central School District; serves 800 students; offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program; wayne.k12.ny.us
  • Western High School - Washington, DC, United States; the former Western High School currently redirects to the Duke Ellington School of the Arts; although located in the same building, these two schools operated consecutively; information about WHS is *not* addressed in the DESA article, other than perhaps a few alumni who may be inappropriately listed there; WHS information may be found on its alumni page at westernhighschool-dc.org
  • White Flint Children's House - An accredited member school with the American Montessori Society in Rockville, MD serving children 18 months to 6 years old.
  • World Mentoring Academy - MOOC 30,000 students estimated June 2010, "An Open Community for Successful Learning" Free World class mobile education, for experiential, design & project-based education; supporting credit-by-exam and challenging university courses; worldmentoringacademy.com; [405]; [406]; [407]; [408]
  • Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics - institute for the study of bioethics at Yale University; bioethics.yale.edu
  • WEBNext Labs - An ISO 9001:2015 Certified organization providing professional web technology education to school students mostly for free. Kolkata, India; www.webnextlabs.com (Newspaper Source: [samagya.in])

Amitkumarjha8 (talk) 14:16, 12 April 2017 (UTC)

Syed Muhammad Aftab (talk) 23:21, 17 May 2017 (UTC)

People

Research centers

  • University Climate Change Coalition - "coalition of leading North American research universities that will prototype a collaborative model designed to help local communities achieve their climate goals and accelerate the transition to a low-carbon future." [secondnature.org]
  • Climate Leadership Network - "The Climate Leadership Network is comprised of colleges and universities in nearly every state and the District of Columbia who are taking action on climate change and preparing students through research and education to solve the challenges of the 21st century." [secondnature.org]
  • Walker Institute (A research institute focused on climate resilient societies at University of Reading, UK) ([www.preventionweb.net], [www.weadapt.org], [www.reading.ac.uk], [www.reading.ac.uk], [www.reading.ac.uk], [www.reading.ac.uk])
  • Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE (Maryland)) - non-partisan research center at the University of Maryland, College Park; studies civic education and engagement among young people
  • Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) - research centre located at Kingston University, London, United Kingdom
  • CRIMEDIM - Research Center in Emergency and Disaster Medicine (a Research Center of the University of Eastern Piedmont based in Novara, Italy, that conducts research, education and training in the field of disaster medicine and humanitarian health. The center is committed to promote innovative research projects and to foster learning and training programs using state of the art technologies to enhance the resilience of health systems in emergency, disaster and humanitarian crises. It is particularly renowned in its field for being one of the co-organizers and host of the European Master in Disaster Medicine, [www.dismedmaster.com], the world's leading advanced master of science in disaster medicine) ([crimedim.uniupo.it])
  • Dickey Center for International Understanding - at Dartmouth College
  • LKMco - social-enterprise focused on bringing together the education and youth-development sectors in order to help society ensure that all young people receive the support they need in order to make a fulfilling transition to adulthood
  • Paris-Saclay Campus - in 2008, 23 professional research organizations (two universities and one private higher education establishment, six research institutes, ten private French engineering or business Grandes Ecoles ("Ivy League" schools), a competitive business cluster, two PRES [Clusters for Research and Higher Education], and Digiteo-Triangle de la Physique decided to join forces to create a cooperative campus on the Plateau de Saclay, in southwestern Île-de-France
  • Robb College - residential college at the University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
  • Rockefeller Center for Public Policy - at Dartmouth College
  • Ross Institute for Advanced Study and Innovation in Education - non-profit educational organization; dedicated to developing solutions to the complex challenges facing students in the 21st century; operates as a nexus for scholars and experts to do so through applied research, training, modeling and dissemination
  • UCLA Integrated Circuits and Systems Lab (Integrated Circuits and Systems Lab, ICSL) - at the University of California, Los Angeles

Programs

A–E

  • Acellus - The Science of Learning. A online schooling program.
  • BrainHoney - learning management system
  • Classical-African studies - as compared to African-American studies
  • community-based instruction (community based instruction) - research-based practice to facilitate the transition to adult life for students with disabilities, is sustained and repeated elementary and secondary instruction that takes place in the community rather than in a school building; [409]
  • Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) - established with a secretariat in Bergen in 1993 in order to promote social science research that theorises and provides understanding of poverty in a global context; wo institutional sponsors, the University of Bergen (UiB) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC); in 2009, the ISSC signed an agreement with UiB incorporating CROP into the university's academic and administrative environment; the CROP Secretariat has a scientific director and supporting scientific and administrative staff; responsibility for the general orientation of the scientific content of the programme falls primarily on the Scientific Committee (SC)
www.crop.org; [410]; [411]; [412]; [413]; [414]; [415]; Else Øyen; [416]; [417]; [418]; [419]; [420]; [421]; [422]; [423]; [424]; [425]; [426]; [427]; [428]; [429]; [430]; [431]; [432]; [433]; [434]; [435]
  • Cotutelle - Dual Ph.D. programs run through a French and a non-French tertiary institution?
  • CYBER KIDS - innovative kids curriculum. Replaces teacher-centered paradigm with the child- centered, encourages interactions between individual learners, combining structured methodologies, and a purpose. [www.cyber-kids.net]
  • DCCCD STEM Institute - organization founded by the Dallas County Community College District to support exceptional students pursuing STEM majors. Students are accepted to this organization after a rigorous and competitive application and reviewing process. The STEM Institute provides scholarships, faculty mentoring opportunities, and seminars to benefit its member students.) ([www.foundation.dcccd.edu])
  • European Ph.D - offered by several universities throughout the EU

F–M

  • Felix Consent Decree - result of 1994 Hawaii lawsuit causing complete over haul of the state's special education department
  • FEUTURE Business Challenge (A competition about business and economic learning participated by high school and university students)([www.feuture.cn])
  • Florida Prepaid College Plans - a program for prepayment of college education at Florida universities and colleges open to Florida residents that has undergone changes since inception (the changes is what I was looking for).
  • Foundation Fellowship - four-year undergraduate scholarship at The University of Georgia; similar to the Morehead Scholarship of UNC
  • Frances Marlin Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership - interdisciplinary center that promotes ethics and leadership at Samford University. www.samford.edu/manncenter
  • Global Partners MBA (GPMBA) - global masters program designed to give students world exposure in business; 14-month cohort that spans four continents; [436]; [437]; [438]; globalpartnersmba.com; globalpmba.robinson.gsu.edu; [439]
  • Helen Gordon Child Development Center - hgcdc.pdx.edu
  • Horizons: Home Study - branch of the Mount Diablo Unified School District
  • Irish medium education (currently a redirect), see Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Ireland#Irish Medium Education
  • LEAPNow, offering alternative, transformative education through outer and inner journeys
  • Learn Now BC - program provides British Columbia students with a connection to distributed learning
  • Local Education Fund (LEF) - third-party, nonprofit entity whose agenda, at least in part, consists of developing supportive community and private sector relationships with a public school system (from Public Education Network).
  • Madares Al Ghad - education reform project in the United Arab Emirates; started in August 2007 to improve the standard of education in government schools through the UAE

N–Z

  • NASA SHARP - summer-hire program for young adults ages 16–17 through NASA
  • NETS Program at UPENN - Singh Program in Networked and Social Systems Engineering; nets.upenn.edu
  • Nonfiction Writing Program at the University of Iowa - Like the University of Iowa's Writer's Workshop, the Nonfiction Writing Program is the top-ranked MFA program in the United States for its field, and many highly acclaimed, major award-winning authors have graduated from the program. See [440]. Website: [441]
  • OCTA Innovation - EU-funded programme in co-ordination with 20 Caribbean, Pacific and Atlantic islands' governments to foster innovation at the EU Overseas Countries and Territories. www.octa-innovation.eu
  • Open Learn Project - Open Courseware Initiative of the Open University UK
  • Portfolio Assessment - a collection of student work used to evaluate their progress
  • President's Educations Awards Program - Snuffles72 20:49, 2 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Project Cornerstone - A program through the YMCA which promotes asset building among school children through caring adults and reading in classrooms [www.ymcasv.org]
  • school laptop program - see Oak-Land Jr. High School and [442]
  • Shuimu Scholarship Tsinghua university elite postgraduate scholarship program, choosing 100 Chinese PhD graduates from elite foreign universities to conduct research in their field at Tsinghua. ([postdoctor.tsinghua.edu.cn])
  • SpellRead - highest-ranked intervention program for ELL and spec ed learners according to US govt. study - though with caveats ([ies.ed.gov])
  • Stages of Learning - arts education program that existed between 1994 and 2010 with a geographical focus on New York City. (Disclosure: I am the founder). Information: "Reflection and Inquiry in Stages of Learning Practice," Teaching Artist Journal (Routledge), 11:4,, 224-233; [www.tandfonline.com] ; “Boards of Education,” New York Post, July 11, 2004 at [443]; United States Patent and Trademark Office, Serial Numbers 78715890 (registration number 3150834) and 75459495 (registration number 2341842); Guidestar Reports including IRS 990 filings at [444]; "Committee Meeting Report - June 2010 Council Meeting Arts Education Program (AIE) - Panel Ratings and Recommendations", New York State Council on the Arts, p. 21 at [445]; "Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in Theater Grades PreK-12", NYC Department of Education, pii, at [446]; “Annual Arts in Schools Report 2008-2009,” NYC Department of Education at [447]; NYC Department of Education contract re: Serial No. #R0089 from the Office of the Arts and Special Programs, July 24, 2008 (copy of contract on file at NYC DOE; copy available from Floyd Rumohr ) ; “Learning that All The World’s A Stage” by Kathy Storfer, NYMetroParents at [448]; "Act of Learning", Go Brooklyn, June 24, 2002 (please note that the organization changed its legal name from “Chekhov Theatre Ensemble” to "Stages of Learning" in 2003 — please see "Certificate of Amendment" to Articles of Incorporation filed with the State of New York Department of State on November 26, 2003); Booth Ferris Foundation Awards $150,000 to Build Stages of Learning's Capacity" PR Newswire at [449]. Annual Reports and other archives published by the organization between 1994-2009 are available for review from Floyd Rumohr
  • Teach and Learn with Georgia - an EFL program similar to EPIK, JET, and other national EFL programs; [450]; [451]; [452]; [453]
  • Tuckwell Scholarships - undergraduate scholarship program worth up to AUS$100 000 and run by the Australian National University. It was founded in 2014 through the donation of $50 million by Graham and Louise Tuckwell, and in 2016 an additional $200 million was donated to the program. See the main website at <[tuckwell.anu.edu.au]> and many online interviews and articles about it.
  • The Undergraduate Awards - international academic awards programme based in Ireland; undergraduate students' coursework is judged anonymously across a range of disciplines and successful entrants are brought to a summit in Dublin, Ireland and published in a journal; undergraduateawards.com
  • Washington Workshops - a study-in-Washington, DC, program for high school students; competitor of Presidential Classroom
  • Washington Network for Innovative Careers (WaNIC) - wanic.org
  • West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education & Training - wbscvet.org
  • Wright Living - see Wright Year of Transformation ([wrightliving.com] ) and Wright Graduate University ([44]). Wright Living is an institute and high-cost program founded by married professional couple Dr. Bob Wright and Dr. Judith Wright, and is located at 445 E. Ohio Street in Downtown Chicago, IL. The aim of Wright's methodology is in the realm of the popular life coaching trend in the helping field. Judith Sewell Wright's education in psychology and advanced degrees in counseling and education have proven substantial for her work coining the term "Soft Additions" in 1991; Wright and her subsequent theory on soft addictions in our lives. The Wright Living as an institution, however, takes the power couple on a very different path than expected from two professionals in the helping field. Wright advertises weekend trainings that cost nearly $2,000. These weekends have had stirred controversy over their strict guidelines and push on students to stay longer than they feel comfortable; [454]
  • Year Up - [www.yearup.org]

Other education topics

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  • AP International English Language - [455]; AP course discontinued in 2002
  • Classic Learning Test (CLT) (New college admission test) ([45][46][47][48] )
  • Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships - [456]
  • Best Delegate - A Model UN organization, often considered to be one of the leading sources for Model UN related content.
  • board of teachers - simple:board of teachers and other articles concerning school organization
  • can-do descriptor - related to language learning, at least
  • class arrangement - "The class arrangement started teacher-led and then changed into group work"
  • IELTS Online Coaching (Want to score a 7+ band in the IELTS but don’t have the time to commute to the coaching classes? Register now with the IELTS Tutorials for online coaching!) ([ieltstutorials.online])
  • IELTS Exam Preparation in Melbourne - IELTS7BAND [457] Ielts7band is an online IELTS training providers in Victoria; provides streamed video classes, tutor assistance, 100s of practice papers; IELTS Exam; Ielts7band always conducts mock test to make you perfect in IELTS test, practice more number of IELTS practice papers and get high score of 7, 8, 9 in your IELTS exam
  • Indian engineering college rankings 2016 - Government of India introduced a national level official ranking system (NIRF) for universities and colleges; [458]
  • Inspired - Inspired is an independent school group, founded by Nadim M. Nsouli. The group consists of more than 30 schools and 5 early learning centres in 10 countries, representing more than 24000 students. The latest addition to Inspired's list of schools is the British School of Bahrain. [459];[460]; [461]; [462]; [463]; [464]; [465]; [466]; [467]; [468]; [469]; [470]; [471]; [472]
  • Infinite Campus - online student/teacher communication platform; this information can be accessed through individual Infinite Campus accounts... I know an article by this name has been been deleted by exclusionists on purported grounds of A7, but really, folks, that thing is mentioned all over the place and ordinary people like me just want to be able to look up "what this stuff is". BTW it is redlinked in Blaine, MN, and just look at search. If it provokes search then it is not something to exclude.
  • Institute for Excellence in Writing - language arts programs that are popular with homeschoolers and used by schools as well. [473]
  • manipulatives - resources used in elementary education
  • national framework of qualifications
  • National Honor Roll - is it legitimate? Is it not legitimate? Is it like Who's Who?
  • National Reporting System (NRS) - this includes U.S. standards for evaluating progress in ESL; [474]; [475]
  • NGELTA - N-gram based TEFL training course
  • NWEA MAP Assessment
  • Ortelius levels - initially redirect to Education in the Republic of Ireland; later, please expand
  • probation viva - part of PhD education in the United Kingdom
  • profound and multiple learning difficulties
  • Reading Specialist Certification - a degree offered at schools of education
  • research data management - [476][477]
  • South Hutcheson Hall - a prominent Mccallie dormitory
  • Stuff You Missed in History Class and Stuff Mom Never Told You are two prominent podcasts from How Stuff Works that deserve their own pages, just as Stuff You Should Know does, my attempt to create individual pages for them just ended up linking back to the podcast section of How Stuff Works and I can't figure out how to stop that from occurring: [www.stuffmomnevertoldyou.com] [www.missedinhistory.com]
  • teaching activities
  • Teddy Kids - Kinderdagverblijf Teddy Kids Zeemanlaan, Zeemanlaan 22a, 2313SZ, Leiden (071 887 50 40); international daycare which is helping pave the foundation for bilingual education in the Netherlands; supports the city of Leiden immensely with cultural projects and the renovation of historic buildings such as De Keet built by Hendrik Jesse and supports that historic value with a small museum inside; [478]; [479]
  • Thanawiyya Amma - Egyptian (?) high school exit exam
  • UI GreenMetric World University Rankings - UI GreenMetric World University Rankings is an annual publication university rankings by UI GreenMetric. UI GreenMetric rank university by their commitment and action towards going green and environmental sustainability. [480][481][482][483][484][485]
  • UKiset (-The UK Independent Schools' Entry Test. Established in 2014 to assist British schools who recruit international students and required an appropriate platform for assessing applicants from a wide range of academic background. The test is available all year round and can be sat at accredited test sites worldwide including at British Council offices. The assessment consists of computer-based cognitive processing tests and English language skills. It is available for candidates aged 9.5 to 18 and a single test result can be used to apply to multiple schools) (www.ukiset.com; [www.relocatemagazine.com]; [ie-today.co.uk])
  • undergraduate honors program
  • wilderness academies - such as summitachievement.com
  • women in outdoor education - child of outdoor education; basic trove search
  • youth counselor - many WP articles describe a person as having had this occupation, but I can find no definition of it. The occupation does not appear to simply be "a counselor who counsels youths".

Electronics

Components

Comment: possibly this is referring to conversion between logic families, see [487], but the requester has given no context.
  • turbolite - as mentioned at Texas Star, right before the marker for reference 8
  • VNITZ VEI - a high-voltage electric research centre near Moscow, Russia; it was thought to be abandoned, however, it is not and they actively set it off; [488]; [489] [490]
  • lasklem [491] Sadly I do not even know the English word for it, and wikipedia does not know it either. So a good addition for a commonly used installation component. Main property is that you can push in multiple fixed (nonbending) electrical wires, which get clamped/locked inside. The result is similar to a Twist-on wire connector, but it is of course a different product. Feel free to change it to the correct name.

Concepts

  • Third World Technical Scientific Dependency
  • internal photoelectric effect - an extension to the current photoelectric effect article. The current article only discusses the external effect where electrons leave the material. The internal photoelectric effect follows a similar principal but electrons are free within the material creating the internally flowing photo current seen in image sensors and communications photo diodes. References to include: "High Performance Silicon Imaging: Fundamentals and Applications of CMOS and CCD Image Sensors", Durini, 2014 and references therein.
  • normally-on (normally on) - transistors are considered "normally-on" or "normally-off" depending on their compositional traits. Though this definition is simple to understand, a full explanation of how exactly this is accomplished requires some expert detail. (See Field-Effect Transistor, enhancement mode or depletion mode)
  • Time Figure of Merit - Generally an aspect of precision GPS timing which takes Expected Time Error (ETE) and reports it as a TFOM value from 1 to 9, with 1 being the best, 9 being the least accurate expectation of precision.

Signal processing

  • Blue Force Electronic Attack GPS signal processing generally described as being a part of modern electronic warfare counter measures.

Systems

  • ANYNET
  • collapsible circuit
  • Electronic System Level Design
  • High Tension Generation
  • IBM Smart Business
  • iriver e10 - MP3 player with very little information about it on Wikipedia; places to start looking for information include misticriver.net
  • 'Kenmark' TV Brand, produced LCD Televisions
  • List of GSM networks
  • List of mobile devices with a web browser
  • Mooshimeter - Wireless Multimeter [50]
  • network efficiency
  • powerline adapters
  • RGB/TTL - a graphical display interface, older than VGA and still used in embedded systems; [492]
  • Samsung slimfit CRT TV technology - a lot of people have to sift through hundreds of posts on several forums for the information on these
  • satellite landing system - an evolution of instrument landing system for aircraft
  • Serial Camera Control Bus
  • Serial Front Panel Data Port (SFPDP)
  • Spherex xbox 5.1 surround sound system

Smartphones

Samsung

Koh, Dong Jin (DJ Koh)

Samsung Galaxy J
  • Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini Prime
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018)
  • Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime
  • Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017)
  • Samsung Galaxy J3 Top
  • Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime
  • Samsung Galaxy J7+
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt (2017)
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 V
  • Samsung Galaxy J Max
Samsung Galaxy C
  • Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro
Samsung Galaxy On
  • Samsung Galaxy On5 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy On Nxt
  • Samsung Galaxy On Max
Samsung Galaxy Core/Grand
  • Samsung Galaxy Core Prime VE
  • Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime VE
  • Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo
  • Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus
Samsung Galaxy Xcover
  • Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3 VE
Samsung Galaxy Ace
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace Style
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace Style LTE
Samsung Galaxy Y
  • Samsung Galaxy Y 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Y Pro
Samsung Wawe
  • Samsung Wave 525
  • Samsung Wave 533
  • Samsung Wave 723
  • Samsung Wave III
  • Samsung Wave Y
Samsung Omnia
  • Samsung Omnia i900
  • Samsung Omnia Lite
Samsung Galaxy

Sony

  • Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra

Acer

  • Acer Liquid Z330
  • Acer Liquid Z320

Vivo

  • Vivo V5 Lite
  • Vivo V5 Plus
  • Vivo Y37
  • Vivo V6


Xiaomi

Other electronics topics

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  • Anthem (Audio Company) - Audio company based in Canada that makes amplifiers and AV receivers ([www.anthemav.com])
  • Libratone - Danish consumer audio company ([www.libratone.com])
  • Accident Emergency Kit - iPhone application that helps user in case of an accident; aek.coeenterprise.net
  • ACTON Global - consumer electronics company; [493]; [494]; [495]; [496]; [497]; [498]
  • Advan Digital - Indonesian mobile phone brand advandigital.com
  • Alliance Memory - Fabless producer of SRAM and DRAM ICs
  • Amantys - company designing high-efficiency power switching solutions
  • AwoX - develops DLNA and DTCP software development kits, and manufactures audio and video streaming devices; promoter member of DLNA; [499]; [500]; [501]; awox.com
  • AudioMax - sound card brand
  • Beats by Dr. Dre product list (List of products by Beats by Dr. Dre) - Beats by Dr. Dre
  • Canon EOS 1000 QD - film SLR built by Canon
  • Clamp Filter - zcat2132-1130; why are they used?
  • dark-emitting diode - come on; you have one for write-only memory!
  • Dell Mini 3i - phone from Dell; soon to be sold in the U.S. as the Dell Aero
  • eBay Video Slots - eBay-themed slot machine found at casinos
  • Electronic Snap Circuits - educational collection of kits that teach about circuitry through connecting components; [502]
  • EXEZE - consumer electronics brand; exeze.com
  • The Hat Game - city-wide game of "reversed tag"/"hide and seek" led by a GPS-enabled bowler hat for US Tech Fest; [503]
  • HP Pavilion dv6
  • Intellicode - Genie Garage Door Opener Rolling Code Technology, comparing versions 1, 2, and 3
  • JESD204B - a high-speed serial interface standard from JEDEC; [504]; [505]; [506]
  • JVC Boomblaster - series of boomboxes introduced in 1997; distinctive for having a pair of basstubes pointing sideways; most famous version is the original version which has been re-released
  • kchibo - Chinese radio company; kchibo.com.cn
  • Leica Disto - laser device for measuring distance
  • Lélik Tec - brings the best exciting gadgets and electronic goods from throughout the world; "we scour the world for the most innovative and exciting products then bring them to you for you to enjoy"
  • Light-O-Rama - company that makes hardware and software to control lighting
  • Modecom - computer hardware producer; modecom.eu
  • Nixplay - Digital photo frame and signage company; [507];[508];[509]
  • Pantech Reveal - messaging phone released from the Pantech Company in 2009
  • PLCC extractor - device for pulling a PLCC-packaged microchip out of socket without damaging it; picture please?
  • PrintBrush - [510]; [511]
  • Richardson Electronics (Richardson Electronics, Ltd.) - global provider of engineered solutions, power grid and microwave tubes and related consumables, and customized display solutions serving customers in the alternative energy, aviation, broadcast, communications, industrial, marine, medical, military, scientific and semiconductor markets
  • ROCCAT Kone - gaming mouse made by ROCCAT
  • Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM - ultra wide-angle zoom lens made by Sigma Corporation
  • Sony 3D TV - advertised as 240Hz to work with consoles as well as PCs; yet all Internet research shows 60Hz max on PC; would like info on the abilities of this monitor
  • Sony Ericsson T320 - mobile phone made by Sony Ericsson
  • Technical Consumer Products - Chinese company manufacturing CFLs for U.S. use; [512]
  • Two Technologies Inc. - has been designing and manufacturing customizable, rugged mobile, industrial, hand held computers and hand held terminals for industrial and commercial applications since 1987; [513]; [514]; [515]
  • virtual reality bot - a telerobot that utilizes artificial intelligence, augmented-reality, teleoperation, and telepresence technologies to remotely perform object-manipulation tasks that normally require the presence of human operators.
  • VRS Design - mobile accessories brand; [516];[517];[518];[519];[520]
  • UnPlugFest - yearly event in which companies producing Bluetooth devices can test the interoperability of their products with all the other companies
  • Telldus Technologies - Company in Sweden making components for home-automation; [telldus.se%20(Swedish)}%20{URL]
  • ZedBoard - evaluation board for the Xilinx Zynq microprocessor/FPGA family of parts; created for [open source] and educational ends; zedboard.org
  • ZumeX - portable scanner
  • Oppo F3 - mobile phone made by Oppo
  • Vivo V5 - mobile phone made by Vivo
  • Coolpad Max - mobile phone made by Coolpad
  • Coolpad Fancy 3 - mobile phone made by Coolpad
  • Himax H1 - mobile phone made by Himax
  • Oppo F1 - mobile phone made by Oppo Electronics
  • Vivo V3 - mobile phone made by Vivo
  • Vivo Y51 - mobile phone made by Vivo
  • Vivo Y35 - mobile phone made by Vivo
  • Coolpad Shine - mobile phone made by Coolpad
  • Himax Zoom - mobile phone made by Himax
  • Coolpad Conjr - mobile phone made by Coolpad
  • Coolpad Roar - mobile phone made by Coolpad
  • Advan Vandroid - mobile phone made by Advan
  • Advan i5A - mobile phone made by Advan
  • Oppo A39 - mobile phone made by Oppo
  • Oppo Mirror 5 - mobile phone made by Oppo
  • Oppo Neo 7 - mobile phone made by Oppo
  • Oppo Joy - mobile phone made by Oppo
  • Luna G55 - mobile phone made by Luna
  • Lava Iris - mobile phone made by Lava Smartphone
  • Oppo A77 - mobile phone made by Oppo
  • Oppo Find - mobile phone made by Oppo
  • Vivo Y15 - mobile phone made by Vivo
  • Vivo Y21
  • Vivo Y53
  • Vivo Y66
  • Vivo Xshot
  • Mito 101
  • Mito 168
  • Gionee S7
  • Gionee P7
  • Venera 193
  • Venera 187
  • Venera 818
  • Venera 162
  • Venera 191
  • Coolpad Cool
  • Coolpad Rise
  • Oppo F1s
  • Oppo F1 Plus
  • Oppo F3 Plus
  • Oppo F5
  • Vivo V5 Plus
  • Oppo T29
  • Himax Polymer Octa
  • Himax Polymer Li
  • Himax Pure III
  • Himax Pure S
  • Nexian Journey One
  • Lava Grand 2
  • Lava Iris 750
  • Lava Iris 600
  • Lava Iris 510
  • Lava Iris 870
  • Lava Iris 505
  • Lava X8 Pro
  • Oppo A37
  • Oppo A57
  • Oppo U3
  • Maxtron V7
  • Maxtron V2
  • Maxtron MG 193
  • Oppo R7s
  • Oppo R9
  • Oppo R9s
  • Hisense F20
  • Advan i45
  • Maxtron F1
  • Maxtron F2
  • Maxtron C19
  • Maxtron C13
  • Maxtron C15
  • Nexian Journey
  • Vivo Y31
  • Coolpad Power
  • Advan G1
  • Advan i55
  • Advan i5C
  • Osmo o3
  • Venera C222
  • Maxtron MG 555
  • Maxtron M7
  • Oppo R819
  • NGM E505
  • NGM E506
  • Maxtron MG 361
  • Tiphone T20
  • Tiphone A508
  • Tiphone F100
  • Tiphone T67
  • Tiphone T39
  • Tiphone E88
  • Tiphone A85
  • Ninetology U9R1
  • Ninetology Z1
  • Polytron Prime 7s
  • Polytron Zap 6
  • Osmo S50F
  • Smartfren Andromax L
  • Smartfren Andromax E2+
  • Smartfren Andromax E2
  • Smartfren Andromax B
  • Smartfren Andromax R2
  • Mito A550
  • Wiko Ufeel
  • Wiko Rainbow Up
  • Wiko Jerry
  • Wiko Robby
  • Gionee A1
  • Vivo Y28
  • Gionee M6
  • Oppo U5
  • Coolpad E580
  • Mito 111
  • Mito 135
  • Mito 150
  • Mito 199
  • Mito 188
  • Mito 208
  • Mito 266
  • Venera 616
  • Mito 128
  • Evercoss Genpro X
  • Evercoss Winner Y2
  • Evercoss Winner T
  • Hisense Kingkong II
  • BenQ-Siemens A38
  • BenQ-Siemens AL26
  • BenQ-Siemens C81
  • BenQ-Siemens CF61
  • BenQ-Siemens CL71
  • BenQ-Siemens E52
  • BenQ-Siemens E61
  • BenQ-Siemens E71
  • BenQ-Siemens EF71
  • BenQ-Siemens EF51
  • BenQ-Siemens E81
  • BenQ-Siemens EF81
  • BenQ-Siemens EF91
  • BenQ-Siemens M81
  • BenQ-Siemens S68
  • BenQ-Siemens S81
  • BenQ-Siemens S88
  • BenQ-Siemens SF71
  • BenQ-Siemens SL80
  • Siemens A31
  • Siemens A35
  • Philips X818
  • Haier G7
  • Haier G51
  • Vivo V11
  • Realme C1
  • Honor 8X
  • Honor Magic 2
  • Luna G55
  • Magic Leap One - A page for the actual augmented reality headset released by Magic Leap inc., not just a redirect to the company page. ([www.magicleap.com])
  • Microboard Processing Inc - A Electronic Manufacturing Service Provider. ([microboard.com]) ([www.nhregister.com]) ([www.newstimes.com]) ([www.wsj.com]) ([books.google.com])

Engineering

Requests for articles about Engineering are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Fishing, fisheries, and aquaculture

  • Auanema rhodensis nemotide worm with three sexes [www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] [www.dailymail.co.uk] 2.59.114.197 (talk) 18:01, 26 September 2019 (UTC)
  • Crassostrea nippona
  • Baranof Fishing Excursions - charter fishing in Alaska
  • Billfish in the Indian Ocean
  • Carpology
  • eel gig
  • List of New Jersey saltwater fishing piers - a list of and description of saltwater fishing piers in New Jersey; [521]
  • Pelagic Freezer-trawler Association - fishing association; consisting out of 9 European fishing companies and 23 vessels; the companies: Cornelis Vrolijk's Visserij Maatschappij BV (The Netherlands), Doggerbank Seefischerei GmbH (Germany), France Pélagique s.a.r.l. (France), Interfish Ltd (United Kingdom), Jaczon BV (Netherlands), North Atlantic Fishing Company Ltd (United Kingdom), Parlevliet & Van der Plas BV (Netherlands), UAB Atlantic High Seas Fishing Company (Lithuania), and W. van der Zwan & Zn BV (Netherlands); organisation is in a heavy discussion because it takes a lot of fishes from the West African coast and on the other side it gets a lot of subsidies from the European Union; pelagicfish.eu
  • PCSM Based Aquaculture Planning Fertilization and stocking of unmanaged ponds through temporal plankton community structure map (PCSM): A nascent concept in aquaculture planning[51]

Blue Circle Foods (Blue Circle Foods is a sustainable fish importer that supplies seafood products to the entire United States of America.) ([522] [523] [524] [525] [526] [527] [528])

Flags, coat of arms, logos and trademarks

Law

Requests for articles about law are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Library science

  • Third World Technical Scientific Dependency
  • airing (drying) (ja:土用干し(stub))
  • Badgerlink - tax-funded collection of databases for Wisconsinites
  • Canadian Abridgment - Canadian bibliography and indices of legal citations including statutes, regulations, case law, digests, etc.
  • Cardex (technology) - old-school storage technology :)
    • Is it not "Kardex", a record keeping system made by an American company; metal cabinets with cards lying down inside?
  • CLOCKSS - not-for-profit, sustainable and geographically distributed dark archive to ensure the long-term survival of web-based scholarly publications; clockss.org; uses the LOCKSS (lockss.org) technology
  • Cornell VIVO - research-focused discovery tool; enables collaboration among researchers across all disciplines; one can browse or search information on people, departments, courses, grants, and publications; started at Cornell University, it is spreading to many other institutions, sponsored by a $12.2 million in funding from the National Center for Research Resources of the National Institutes of Health to enable national networking with VIVO
  • Demco - library products company
  • ,Free Library Movement - a social movement in the early 20th century to provide free access to libraries source brief mention - not to be confused with the Little Free Library movement.
  • Insignia Software - library automation software company; provides various new generation library software; insigniasoftware.com
  • Interinstitutional style guide - I guess this means Publications Office of the European Union (24 July 2008). "Interinstitutional Style Guide". Europa. European Union; It is briefly mentioned at style guide#International
  • KANAnswer - information service provided by Kansas libraries in a live-chat format
  • Library 3.0 - library science post-Web 2.0; with semantic-web considerations
(what about Libraries and the Semantic Web instead? There should be a little information for that, but this one would probably be WP:OR. Jodi.a.schneider (talk) 11:16, 5 December 2010 (UTC)

Institutions

  • Horowhenua Library Trust - library system in New Zealand; [532]; [533]; [534]; [535]
  • ICCD (Italy) - Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo e la Documentazione, a major document and photo database in Italy, Page in Italian: it:Istituto centrale per il catalogo e la documentazione
  • Landeshauptarchiv Koblenz - translate from German de:Landeshauptarchiv Koblenz, it is a regional archive in Rhineland-Palantinate, Germany
  • Library as Incubator Project
  • library museum - there is Category:Library museums, but not head article; how do library museums differ from libraries of all other kinds?
no category at October 2016 (perhaps deleted?)

People

  • Moore Crossey - former African Studies librarian at Northwestern University and Yale University
  • Peter Kurilecz - archivist and certified records manager; writes on archives, photograph preservation, and local history ('Dallas then & now') known for his "Records and Archives In the News" (RAIN) weekly listserv series
  • James Douglas Pearson - librarian, School of Oriental and African Studies, London; [538]
  • Robert George C. Proctor (1868–1903) - pioneering bibliographer at the British Museum: edition of diaries; Proctor papers
  • Emma Kate Rackley, student. biography, scholarship
  • Rivkha Sass, Library Director/CEO - Sacramento Public Library [539], [540], [541]
  • Patrick R. Lowenthal is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology [542] in the Department of Educational Technology [543] at Boise State University [544]. He is an educational researcher [545] and author [546], who researches how people communicate using emerging technologies—with a specific focus on issues of presence, identity, and community online [547], [548], [549]. He has received awards for his teaching and research [550], [551], [552]. Some of his more notable works include his work on social presence and online learning [553], [554], [555], [556]. He has degrees in Religion and Philosophy from Georgia State University [557] and the University of Colorado Boulder [558] and degrees in Instructional Design [559] and Educational Technology [560] from the University of Colorado Denver [561].

Medicine

Requests for articles about medicine are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Northfield Foundry and Machine Company - northfieldwoodworking.com; virtually the only remaining original U.S. company still making heavy industrial classic (non-computerized) cast-iron woodworking machinery, of the many great companies that at one time were sought-after sources worldwide for woodworking machinery. As written in Vintage Machinery.org ([562]), "Northfield has been in business since 1920. They are one of the very few remaining makers of non-computerized, industrial-grade heavy iron. For example, their 8" jointer weighs 1150 lbs; their tablesaw weighs 1780 lbs."

Pharmacology

Requests for articles about Pharmacology are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Technology and tools

A–B

  • Able2Extract Professional (A desktop PDF converter, creator and editor with OCR for Windows, Mac and Linux developed by a Canadian company Investintech.com Inc.) ([www.pdfa.org] [www.digitaltrends.com] [sourceforge.net] [www.capterra.com] [www.techadvisor.co.uk])
  • Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (A company that designs software solutions for laboratories around the world) ([www.gsaelibrary.gsa.gov], [marketplace.vmware.com])
  • Acellus - A learning system developed by the nonprofit International Academy of Science. [563]; [564]; [565]
  • Acid brush – Heavy duty horsehair bristles, metal tubular handle, used for applying glue, oil, acid flux for soldering, brazing, and welding, and general purpose cleaning of small parts. [566][567]
  • Action Launcher – an Android launcher that has been on multiple "best Android launchers" lists: [568]; [569]; [570]; [571]; [572]
  • Adaptive Web Design: Crafting Rich Experiences with Progressive Enhancement - A web design book that has been widely praised for its framing of progressive enhancement; First Edition: Easy Readers, ISBN 978-0-9835895-1-8, Library of Congress Control Number: 2011929159; Second Edition: New Riders, ISBN-13: 978-0134216140, ISBN-10: 0134216148; First edition was voted the #1 web design book of 2011 (original missing, but referenced)[573]
  • Aerialtronics - Commercial drone manufacturer bringing deep learning, AI and cloud computing to drones with IBM and NVIDIA [574]; [575]; [576]; [577]; [578]
  • airing (drying) (ja:土用干し(stub))
  • Akta Chromatography Tool - [579]
  • Roy Allison - late designer of high-quality loudspeaker systems, worked for Acoustic Research in the Boston area in the 1950s, founded own company ("Allison Acoustics") in the 1970s; if this request belongs elsewhere, could someone kindly move it?
  • Apex Launcher – an Android launcher; has been on multiple "best Android launchers" lists: [580]; [581]; [582]; [583]; [584]; [585]; [586]
  • ApexSQL free tools - free SQL tools for SQL auto-complete, formatting, refactoring, text and object search [587]. These free tools (ApexSQL Complete, ApexSQL Refactor and ApexSQL Search) have been recognized by the SQL community all over the world. Some of the third-party sources that fully mention ApexSQL free tools are: [588]; [589]; [590]; [591]; [592]; [593]; ApexSQL Complete and ApexSQL Refactor have been awarded by the SQLMag (SQL Server Pro) community in 2013: [594]; [595]. All awards are listed at apexsql.com/awards.aspx
  • ApostropheCMS – an actively developed open source CMS and web application platform with hundreds of live sites, including large clients such as Michelin, NPM, and University of Pennsylvania. [Node.js] and [MongoDB]-based.
  • AQuA (audio quality analyzer, Audio Quality Analyzer)
  • Arconium Carbide
  • aRED - excercise equipment on the International Space Station
  • Atmos International - a pipeline technology company; atmosi.com
  • Audio Video Coding Standard of China (AVS China) - a digital video coding standard
  • Auxetic Fibers - see Auxetics; perhaps add a section there such as Uses
  • AwardWallet - see Draft:AwardWallet. Flagship (pioneer) product in the space of miles and points.
  • Axode - spatial motions described by the motions of a moving axode on a fixed axode
  • Babbit bar - a (usually) trapezoidal tool made of soft metal for use in hammering an object that may be damaged by direct impact; [596]
  • bamboo pipe as material (ja:竹筒)
  • bangchung - Small bamboo woven basket in Bhutan.
  • Barienger brake (req. 2007-05-19) - [597]
  • Basis Technologies - A global software company that provides automation tools for companies using SAP. The company specializes in DevOps for SAP and are advocates of agile development continuous delivery. Forrester Review Gartner study Second Gartner study Third Gartner study Fourth Gartner study Fifth Gartner study Sixth Gartner study Second Forrester review SAP support Business Wire SAP APP center
  • BerkeleyLUG (Berkeley Linux User Group)
  • Bforartists - Free, open source 3d modeling and visualization software. A fork of blender3d with a focus on a visual user interface. [52] [53]
  • Bindows AJAX framework
  • bleach dispenser
  • Body Orifice Scanning System - device used to scan the inside of the human rectum, commonly used on prisoners to detect smuggled contraband.
  • Bluefin Payment Systems - provider of secure payment technology for enterprises and financial institutions; its proprietary PayConex Platform includes PCI-validated Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE), QuickSwipe mobile POS, Ecommerce, tokenization and international payments; headquartered in Atlanta, with offices in Melville (New York), Chicago (Illinois), Tulsa (Oklahoma), and Waterford, Ireland; [598]; [599]; [600]; [601]; [602]; [603]; [604]
  • bomb blanket - MARS Bomb Blanket provides a portable, lightweight and quick-to-deploy way to shelter people and property from the destructive effects of explosive devices and small bombs. Tough and durable, MARS Bomb Blankets are constructed from multiple layers of Aramid fibers wrapped in a flame retardant and water resistant covering. [605]
  • Burning fluid (req. 2007-12-30)
  • Buzz Launcher – an Android launcher that has been on multiple "best Android launchers" lists: [606]; [607]; [608]; [609]; [610]; [611]; [612]
  • Samsung Galaxy Centura - a Samsung Galaxy phone running on Android 4.0.4

C

  • C-Labs - c-labs.com; provides industrial-grade solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Canary Learning - canarylearning.com; integrated workflow software suite designed to elevate iPad learning environments
  • Cansolair - passive solar space heater; made from recycled aluminum cans
  • Capillary thermostat - home/office radiator
  • CBOR Object Signing and Encryption, [tools.ietf.org]
  • Centralized Power Generation
  • CET Designer - design and specification software, primarily used in the commercial furniture industry; featured in many trade publications including OfficeInsight, Contract Magazine, Interiors and Sources, Metropolis Magazine, MMQB, and More
  • Chaos Defrost - mathematical function used in microwave ovens for defrosting
  • Charles Bruning Company - supplier of drafting tools, slide rules
  • Chalking (Painting)
  • Chemical Injection Pump - pumps used to apply chemical treatment to industrial processes
  • Chromatik - music app; chromatik.com
  • Cisco 891 Router - router
  • CIFSNQ - CIFS Client and Server Middleware; adds Microsoft's file sharing Standards to Embedded Operation Systems
  • Clone-A-Willy - body-safe, platinum silicone kit that clones a penis into a perfectly detailed dildo using algae-based molding powder; made by Empire Labs, Inc. in Portland, Oregon
  • Cluster fault injection test
  • CMX RTOS - basic concepts on the CMX Real Time Operating System
  • CoinLion - US based Digital Asset exchange that was the first to implement a portfolio management tool and social integrations ([coinlion.com]) ([www.ccn.com])
  • Comanche Power Station - [613]
  • Combustion Analyzers - like CEMS but portable, including sensor cell operation
  • Comparison of Blu-ray Disc and DVD - technical specifications, cost and market adoption, course of respective format wars, etc.
  • Compliant electroadhesion - [614]
  • cooking tripod
  • Contour LLC - contour.com; makers of hands-free HD action cameras
  • Cooper Box - a micro electonic/quantum device being used in quantum computing
  • Copenhagen Curves - a set of 56 drawing templates used to draw ship hulls on paper
  • Copper slip (req. 2007-06-10) - see sub-section of grease (lubricant)
  • Corridor Communications, Inc. (CCI Wireless) - cciwireless.ca
  • Cotingo LLC - cotingo.com
  • counting scale - used to count parts (e.g., to fill an order) by weighing them
  • Cox Chipper Chain (req. 2007-05-19) - Cox chipper chain (redirect)
  • Creative Ziio - a tablet PC running Android 2.2; released March 2011
  • CREU Qatar - unique handmade furniture and decor; made in Qatar; creuqatar.com
  • Cromalin

D–E

  • Data V Tech Solutions - Data V Tech Solutions is a Vietnamese company providing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) softwares. They are Epicor's authorized partner in Asia Pacific with two offices in Vietnam and Australia; (www.datavtech.com);
  • Deeponion - Deeponion is an anonymous cryptocurrency that is natively integrated with the tor network;

deeponion.org; [615]; [616]; [617]; [618]; [619]; [620]; [621]; [622]; [623]; [624]; [625]; [626]; [627];

  • Deep Sound Mk III - a free-falling sensorpPlatform for depth-profiling ambient noise in the deep ocean. What can we hear at these depths?
  • Dedicated Internet Access -
  • Delaget Software - software provider of enterprise solutions for QSR restaurants and franchise organizations, including restaurant analytics, business intelligence, and payroll and accounting tools.
  • Detent Pin - the kind of pin that has one or two ball bearings that stick out near the end to lock the pin in place, and a handle for pulling it out, and sometimes a way to free the bearings to retract; not mentioned explicitly on the pin page, where this new page should be referenced in the section "Mechanical fasteners"; there are several varieties internally so it probably merits a separate page
  • Digital Link - online email service creates digital link between users for life
  • Diolistics/(Diolistic?) - gene transfection tool/method
  • DISKSTROYER - kit with instructions and tools to physically destroy a hard disk to prevent data recovery (and identity theft)
  • Domain Modeling Environment (DoME)
  • Dorabot - Shenzhen-based AI & robotics company developing warehouse automation solutions; Forbes; Atlanta Business Chronicle; China Money Network
  • Driverless tractor / sprayer. (Non-administrator comment) I would also like to see a description of the topic at vehicular_automation#Ground vehicles. There's definitely enough content to warrant at least a subsection of that article. I might do it myself once my GA review process is over. Andrew327 13:12, 27 August 2013 (UTC)
  • Drunk Mode App - a free app that prevents drunken mistakes; featured in: The Huffington Post, MTV News, USA Today, Telegraph; E! Online article; Our Story via CollegeStartup.org; Daily Mail
  • dish dryer
  • Dug Song - Dug created dSniff and helped make OpenSSH a reality, as an integral engineer for OpenBSD. Without his efforts strong cryptography might have been illegal in the US today! (talk)
  • duplicate files - this would allow the creation of a comparison article for the search tools too. Seconding Kerdek (talk) Tell me if I screw up
  • Dustless Blasting - Alternative process to sand blasting. Works by mixing water and abrasive inside the blast tank. By introducing water, the mass and energy output by the machine is drastically increased, all while eliminating dust.
  • DVLUG (Diablo Valley Linux Users Group)
    Is this a request for some sort of tool for Wikipedia editors? If so, I'm not sure exactly what is being requested. This might belong in Wikipedia:Bot requests or in the Mediawiki Bugzilla. -- Beland (talk) 02:34, 18 November 2012 (UTC)
  • Dyson Engine - a subset of stellar engine used to draw useable power from a star and feed it to a planet orbiting said star using massive spaceships, (or massive conductive space rocks) to "syphon" rotational and magnetic power from the sun and transfer it to the orbiting planet, in order to make it rotate faster/activate its core via magnetic induction.
  • E-Commerce platform - the technology that enables e-commerce websites
  • educreations - iPad app for creating sort of online lessons
  • Electronic Cigarette Inventor Stephane Vlachos - who is this inventor - we need pictures, documents
  • Energy/Propane/"Wet leg" - option to deliver liquid from a tank instead of gas
  • entrainment zone - layer between mixed layer and free atmosphere
  • Entry interface - for spacecraft (see Cognachrome color tracker, docking collar, alignment sights and hatches, airlocks, Pirs Docking Compartment, Quest Joint Airlock)
  • Entuity Network Software - all-in-one network management software[54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61][62][63][64][65][66][67][68][69][70][71][72][73][74]
  • Enterprise App Store (EAS) - a private, corporate applications store that allows businesses to control distribution and management of mobile applications to their employees and other constituents. This is different than the consumer-based app store, such as Apple's iTunes store because it was specifically designed for enterprise applications.
  • eSpring - first product to use eCoupled technology, first home water system to pass NSF UV water filter standards. contact me if sources needed. (how?)
  • EverythingMe Launcher a an Android launcher that has been on multiple "best Android launchers" lists: [628]; [629]; [630]; [631]
  • Express Web Application Framework - [632]; irritating deletionist Seraphimblade killed the page with no attempt to edit
  • EZOfficeInventory Asset Tracking Software – A Software as a Service for tracking fixed asset and inventory. Its been covered extensively on news and blog sites: [633];[634]; [635]; [636]; [637]
  • Emlid – tech company developing affordable Real Time Kinematic systems, contributor and member of Ardupilot, developer and manufacturer of first Linux-based autopilot shield for Raspberry Pi . Its been covered extensively on news and blog sites: [638];[639]; [640]; [641]; [642]
  • Explainer Video – I searched 'explainer video' and was redirected to 'tutorials', but that is not exactly what I wanted

F–G

  • Facenama - social networking site in Iran; facenama.com
  • Facom - French manufacturer of innovative and ergonomic automotive tools, now part of Stanley Black & Decker; its tools are sold worldwide; facom.com; [643]; [644]
  • Facsimile Phasing Call - a single-ring call (from or to a fax machine?) that triggers a callback
  • Falcongaze-data leak prevention solutions - solutions for data leak prevention and employees networking activities control and monitoring
  • Fastpctools Software - FastPCTools is a software development company, developing software like video converter, video downloader, browser cleaner for Windows. ; fastpctools.com
  • Feature Manipulation Engine - FME popular GIS software, a platform that streamlines the translation of spatial data between geometric and digital formats
  • Fickett-Jacobs cycle - thermodynamic cycle
  • Fitting (sailing) - the current article on coupling does not really address the use of these devices on sailing ships, though the concepts are very similar. At some point an article to make the distinction clearer would be very helpful.
  • FitYap.com - A web app for the fitness industry where you can find your way to fitness. Also has fitness specific scheduling tools, online payments, roster management, a social network, subbing tools, verified reviews and big data that meets the fitness industry.
  • FlashVOS - Virtualization technology innovator
  • Floor life - of a microchip
  • Flurry, Inc. - mobile application analytics provider
  • Flutter Shutter - hardware/software invention to decrease motion blur
  • FlyData Inc. - company focused on providing cloud-based integration solutions; official partner of Amazon Redshift; flydata.com
  • Focusrite Audio Engineering Ltd. - UK company famous for its microphone pre-amps and consoles
  • Fomapan -Eastern European manufacturer of photographic films
  • FoodShootr - a new mobile community on the iPhone that lets you share your eats with the world
  • Fpesa - a foreign exchange marketplace that ensure customers get money at the right price. [645]
  • Frederic Allan Gower(ja:フレデリック・A・ガワー) - a American telephonic engineer. c.f. Edison Gower-Bell Telephone Company of Europe, Ltd.
  • Freight+ - software, shipping manifest system, main product of Freight+ (company) formerly Carrera Computers; started 1986, certified with UPS, FedEx, USPS & Endicia integration, AESDirect, Sage partner, MS Dynamics partner, AccountMate partner, QuickBooks partner, works with AccuDart, SAP, Volusion, ALERE, and other ERP/accounting systems. Also rate shops and ships LTL carriers. Works Standalone or integrates w/accounting systems or custom systems, or connects via API or ODBC; frtplus.com: [646]; [647]; [648]; [649]
  • Fusion Red - company that sells gaming desktop computers; fusionred.net
  • Future Technology Workshop Method - for the design of new technology
  • GaffGun - floor-tape applicator that gathers and centers cables and applies tape over them; gaffgun.com
  • gamma-ray altimeter - measures the photon backscatter of a gamma source; developed to trigger reverse thrusters for the Soyuz reentry capsule; [650]; [651]
  • Garret Coil
  • GEET Engine (Invented by Paul Pantone, the GEET engine or plasma generator is an engine that runs on 20% fuel like gasoline, propane, or deisel; and 80% any other liquid like water.) ([www.youtube.com] [rebuilding.geetinternational.com])
  • Gifford-McMahon cycle - thermodynamic cycle
  • Glacier glass
  • GNU remotecontrol - software; a server program with a web-based interface for managing multiple IP-enabled HVAC thermostats; gnu.org/software/remotecontrol
  • GO Launcher – an Android launcher that has been on multiple "best Android launchers" lists: [652]; [653]; [654]; [655]
  • Goldberg wedge - Invented by Emanuel Goldberg. An intensity scale used in sensitometer or photography enlargers
  • Google Web Starter Kit - boilerplate an tooling for multi-device development; [656]
  • Gpsylon - open-source Java GPS map application/framework; [657]; [658]
  • GrafEq - software that produces 2D plots of equations f(x,y)
  • GrandCare Systems - digital home-health technology company; [659]; [660]; [661]; [662]; [663]; [664]; [665]; [666]; [667]; [668]
  • graphene water filter
  • graphene oxide water filter
  • Graphokote - graphite-based lubricant; produced by Dixon Graphite; sold by Asbury Carbons
  • grid defection - when an electric utility user disconnects from the power grid by using distributed generation sources such as photovoltaics, CHP and some form of electrical storage like batteries; [669]; [670]
  • grip length - related to bolts and bolt tightness

H–I

  • halogenated in situ hybridization nanometer scale secondary ion mass spectrometry (HISH-SIMS)
  • Hamilton Syringe - hard to find information about why it is used
  • Hartl disc - apparatus that is used (or it used) to study the refraction of the light
  • Haul - Long Haul Network / Short Haul Network - (airlines? or what?)
  • HDMI switch and HDMI Matrix switch
  • HEHC cycle (req. pre-2008-5-17) - thermodynamic cycle
  • help-authoring tools (HATs - examples of help authoring tools; [671]; are Author-it (Author-it Software Corporation); Doc-To-Help (ComponentOne); Dr. Explain (Indigo Byte Systems); FAR (helpware.net); Flare (MadCap Software); Help & Manual (EC Software); HelpServer (4ST); RoboHelp (Adobe) - (req. 10-27-2012)
  • Hi MEMS
  • HighStep System - a climbing system for reaching workplaces at height, based on a Rail and different portable climbing devices
  • Hippocratic Database : Hippocratic Database (A specific kind of database since 2002.) ([link.springer.com]) ([en.wikipedia.org]
  • Hirn cycle (req. pre-2008-5-17) - thermodynamic cycle
  • Hitcase - A line of IPhone cases designed for ruggedness with the intention of turning phones into action cameras. An IPhone with the formentioned product enabled the livestreaming of a swim with sharks on Sharkweek, which received an audience of 80 million.
  • HOIC (High Orbit Ion Canon)
  • Hojo motor - alleged "free energy" or "perpetual motion" device
  • Hong Kong Fintech Week - FinTech Week is the world's first cross-border financial technology event, taking place in Hong Kong, Asia's financial capital, and in Shenzhen, China's Silicon Valley. ([www.fintechweek.hk])
  • HP's Halo Collaboration Studio / Halo Video Exchange Network (HVEN)
  • HTMIX - 802.11N/AC standard. I believe it is an alternative modulation scheme to CCK, CCK/OFDM, and OFDM. Seems to have significant repercussions for multicast performance.
  • HealthTech 4 Medicaid (HT4M (Nonprofit alliance of Medicaid advocates working to bring innovation to Medicaid program in the United States) ([www.ht4m.org])
  • Hypersampling
  • HyperSound Technology
  • HYPR Corp. - Biometric Security
  • IBM BlueMix - cloud-computing platform service
  • IKC2 (integrated knowledge-based command and control)
  • impulse drill - as opposed to impact drill which already has an article
  • incomplete circuit
  • infomobility
  • information currency - [672]
  • InfoLithium - capacity informative lithium ion batteries; proprietary to Sony
  • infrared cooking
  • initial console
  • Inprotech - software
  • Inscape.tv - ACR Technology provider, measuring TV viewing habits from the glass.
  • Inscriber - character generator
  • Insert moulding - (currently a redirect) adding other materials to an injection molded part - (maybe Insert molding?)
  • InsulAdd - a paint additive that is an effective insulation material, originally developed for the ISS.; [673]
  • Interledger protocol - allows routing payments across different digital asset ledgers [75]
  • Intalio - business process management software vendor
  • Intelligent appare
  • Intelliresponse - web management systems like WCMS; recently acquired by [24/7]; [674]
  • International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, a payload carried on a series of space shuttle missions
  • InThePlay - powered by TSEN; first and only automatic video-casting system for live events that combines multiple, unmanned HD cameras with proprietary machine vision algorithms to automatically detect and follow the game action; based upon the detected game movements and scorekeeping information, the system also automatically edits, indexes and blends the HD video for internet distribution to mobile and computing devices; intheplay.com
  • IP/IX - de:TP/IX
  • IP Hider - hides your IP (maybe proxy browsing?). See Tor (anonymity network). --Kerdek (talk)
  • IP Premium - (which IP?)
  • IPCop - A Linux firewall distribution.
  • ironer - an ironer or mangle is a machine (not "just" a tool) that is used for ironing cloth objects, especially large items like curtaions and sheets, but also for ironing other items that a hand iron irons, such as pants and handkerchiefs. By the late 1930s, home ironers were marketed ([675]), but in the 1950s they became more popular. By the end of the 20th century, they were so uncommon that young people of that time did not know what they were.
  • {{req-isimulate]]-Canberra, Australia based company that creates medical simulation technology for training medical professionals, Emergency Services workers and others, operating in over 40 countries worldwide. [676]
  • isotonic tones - tones that is similar to binaural tones (like centerpointe) in sound and use but that allegedly works much more effectively; [677]
  • iSpot.tv - TV advertising service measuring US national TV in real-time
  • ISY - Consumer Home Automation and Energy Conservation; [678]; [679]
  • IT Analysts - job description and expectations

J–L

  • Jacobson Consulting Applications, Inc. - first and largest independent consulting firm dedicated solely to the technical and operational needs of nonprofits; [680]; [681]; [682]; [683]; [684]
  • Jason pistol - used to clean rust from corroded materials (Is this not a slang term/proprietary name for a needle gun?)
  • JIBO - (currently a redirect) a social interactive robot; development team headed by Cynthia Breazeal; due for release in 2016
  • jRipper and jTagger - [685]; [686]; jRipper is a CD ripper that uses LAME; jTagger is an id3 tag editor; both run on Java
  • Jungo, Inc. (customer relationship management (CRM) product) ([floify.com]); ([salesmasteryevent.com]); ([appexchange.salesforce.com]); ([www.smallbizcrm.com]; ([www.act-on.com]); ([www.tenfold.com]); ([www.walb.com]); ([www.rfdtv.com]); ([www.takefiveconsulting.com])
  • Kablink - collaboration software suite; former IceCore
  • Kawaii Codec Pack - a Windows freeware codec pack; competitor of Combined Community Codec Pack‎
  • Kbuuk.com - marketing automation software for self-published authors; [687]; [688]; [689]; [690]
  • keyboard map - software; tells operating system what character to input based on keyboard input
  • K-Jofol - an old audio player; about the same age as Sonique
  • KinKast - private video-sharing start-up company; based in Palo Alto, California; kinkast.com; has iPhone application and web-based interfaces
  • KiSSFLOW - workflow management software
  • Klean Kanteen - the original, eco-friendly, BPA-free, steel water bottle
  • Knowledge Base Software Comparison - similar to the layout of comparison of wiki software
  • Knowware
  • Kraftwerk Kennzeichen System (abbreviated KKS) - identification and classification system for equipment and components in process plan
  • Kurio - an Android tablet made for children
  • Laser Doppler Displacement Measurement (abbreviated LDDM); Optodyne, Inc.; Laser Doppler Sensor Brings New Performance to Machining; A Breakthrough in Submicrometer Positioning Technology
  • laundry net
  • lawnmower engine (see lawnmower) and small engines) - including diagrams and some mechanical suggestions (maybe try that Wiki Howto?)
  • Template:LeakSmart Smart Home technology device. Detects leaks to save your home from thousands of dollars in flood damage. [691]
  • Learning Tower - a babycare/child safety/educational device for elevating toddler/preschoolers to counter height; [692]
  • Lifestream Aggregator - the aggregation of one's digital/Internet life
  • light distribution - polar diagram of a lamp
  • Lightmolen - seems to be a scientific device I have noticed here in Holland; cannot find any reference to it on the English Wikipedia although there is an article about it on the Dutch Wikipedia (nl:Lightmolen)
  • Linde-Hampson cycle (req. pre-2008-05-17) - thermodynamic cycle
  • line dubbed - often used in connection with pirated copies of films; dubbed or dubbing (English to dub, sync in German:) here means the replacement of the original sound in video footage; line represents an audio input (line in) or output (line out) for computers and other multimedia devices; the sound is dubbed in line directly tapped from the main line of the projector or Dolby - decoder; these are standard MP3 player with recording function, or professional line recorder used; however, the tone of the film distributors is often highlighted (marked), based on this marker can detect film distributors, which comes from the cinema of sound; many release groups but are able to filter out these markings; a line dubbed is in contrast to a mic dubbed (microphone recording, abbreviation: MD) quality, as noise accounts for the cinema; both line dubbed and mic dubbed mentioned in telesync
  • linear combustion engine
  • List of extreme measurable physical values - extreme measurable physical value
  • location sensing
  • Lock Zipper Bags
  • locker service (req. 2012-01-20) – type of file-transfer service and/or web-storage service; term used in article about Megaupload. Source: Sisario, Ben (January 20, 2012). "7 Charged as F.B.I. Closes a Top File-Sharing Site". The New York Times. Retrieved January 20, 2012.--96.232.126.111 (talk) 15:02, 20 January 2012 (UTC)
  • Locye - A social media platform that lets you interact with those that you are not already connected with, who are sharing a common experience at the same place as you. It lets you post content that's visible to people near your current physical location and lets you see posts made by others nearby. It also lets you observe social activity at real-time hotspots and places of interest worldwide. Users can post anonymously or with their identity; for a day or forever. [693]; [694]; [695]; [696]; [697]; [698]; [699]
  • Logitech Revolution series - merge and move of the Logitech MX revolution and Logitech VX revolution
  • low peak fuse (low-peak fuse)
  • Luminometer for HACCP
  • LVD induction lighting

M

  • MABMAT - NASA-inspired mechanical rover, developed by researcher Mehzeb Chowdhury, at Durham University, UK, to capture crime scenes in 360°; covered by The Discovery Channel, Wired magazine, The Times, The i newspaper, Digital Trends, Yahoo! News, Sputnik International, Vocativ (for CNN International), Daily Mail, Business Insider, Geeky Gadgets, Techonomics San Francisco 810 AM, and all over the world in eight languages and twenty countries; sources are listed here (more can be found online): [700]
  • MagCozy - "leash" for Apple's MagSafe to MagSafe 2 converter; created by Cozy Industries; MagCozy was Cozy Industries' flagship product; [701]
  • magnetic sheet floater - specially configured magnet; used to separate the top few sheets of a stack of metal sheets for easier handling
  • Mail Chime - electronic product attached to mail box for use of mail delivery alerts
  • Mall Tool Company - defunct company (1921–1956); operated out of Chicago, Illinois; made high-quality gasoline and electrically powered tools
  • MAN stack - covering the, specifically, MAN development stack - MongoDB + AngularJS + Node.js, to reduce the confusion with the MEAN stack
  • MarketMeSuite - social-media marketing dashboard for businesses, covered on Techcrunch and Mashable
  • Mathway - website and mobile app; designed to solve user-entered math problems; mathway.com
  • Maximizer Software - software company; based in Vancouver, Canada; creates and sells customer relationship management software for small and medium businesses; maximizer.com
  • Mayhew Steel Products - Massachusetts-based producer of quality tools since 1856; vast majority of products still manufactured in the United States; mayhew.com; mayhew.com/about.php
  • McCulloch saw : McCulloch Saw (redirect) - (User talk:70.167.217.162)
  • Mech Aps - project to make a bipedal "robot"
  • Media Encoders - (Software or hardware for compressing visuals and audio, especially for live streams)
  • MenuLink Back Office Assistant - point-of-sale tool used by service industry; used BOA.NET technology and is succeeded by Aloha Back Office Assistant; the website for Radiant Systems is menulinkinc.com/products.htm
  • MedRec - medical records company; medrec.in - (advertisement?)
  • Mio Global - Canadian company; known for engineering the first wrist-based optical heart-rate monitors and activity trackers; mioglobal.com
  • MindMixer - civic technology company; offers its online engagement platform to civic institutions like cities and schools so they can connect with their constituencies and collaborate on topics, solutions to problems and issues of common interest; [702]; [703]; [704]
  • MiRF or uMiRF - wireless technology
  • Moab Workload Manager - Job scheduling software for high performance computing clusters created by Adaptive Computing. I'm Jinglhammr and have a conflict of interest (see my User Talk Page); [705]; [706]; [707]; [708]; [709]; [710]; [711]; [712]; [713]
  • Mobifilm - filmmaking technique using video-capable mobile phones
  • Mobion - award-winning direct methanol micro fuel-cell technology developed by MTI MicroFuel Cells Inc.; designed to replace conventional batteries; production set for 2009
  • Motorola Atrix HD - Android 4.0-powered phone made by Motorola; in the same line of devices as the Atrix 4G and Atrix 2; model number MB886
  • Motorola Bravo - Android-powered phone made by Motorola; also known as the Kobe (outside the US); model number MB520
  • Motorola Flipside - Android 2.1 (and upgradable to 2.2) -powered phone made by Motorola; in the same line of devices as the Backflip and Flipout; model number MB508
  • MPEG-VCB (req. 2013-09-09) - MPEG video coding for browsers
  • MuLab - freeware music sequencer with virtual studio technology (VST) support
  • Mule Train (disambiguation) - (User talk:70.167.217.162)
  • MultiValueDatabase (MVBD, MVBd) - database
  • MyCheck - mobile-payment solution; creates custom branded apps for restaurants; mycheck.io; requested per User:Mcduffy93
  • Myriahedral projection - from List of map projections; [714]
  • myFICO - Android & iOS mobile app for FICO Score, a propriety credit score and credit reporting product by the company FICO, for the US market. There is an existing FICO page but it doesn't have much details about the app or its history. The app pulls credit history from 3 credit bureaus, Experian, Equifax & Tansunion and includes credit monitoring and identity theft protection features. Would be very helpful to have a separate Wiki about the app itself. www.myfico.com

N–O

  • Nanonics Imaging Ltd - international microscope manufacturer; nanonics.co.il
  • nautical slide rule - requested per User:Andrico1234
  • Navitel - Russian satellite-navigation manufacturer; navitel.su
  • Nextec 12-Volt Auto Hammerhead - automatic electric-powered hammer; used to dive single nails, duplicating the effect of a hammer without having to swing it; Patrickjsanford (talk) 18:09, 6 November 2008 (UTC)
  • Nicer Dicer - manual food-preparation tool that chops and dices by forcefully pressing the lid of a box onto food and forcing the food through shaped cutters; several different companies manufacture similar devices using the same name of Nicer Dicer such as JML (UK company) and Genius GmBH (German company)
  • lon-entertainment-delivers-previspostvis-20th-century-foxs-logan] noitom.com
  • Nori (cryptocurrency) - a cryptocurrency offset against the CO2 price[76]
  • Noitom Global company developing affordable Motion_capture technology for animation, gaming and visual effects. Noitom is the word 'motion' spelled backwards. The technology was used in the film Logan_(film). Software partners include Reallusion. Featured in Animation_World_Network among other online publications. Sources: [715] noitom.com
  • Nova Launcher – Android launcher that has been on multiple "best Android launchers" lists: [716]; [717]; [718]; [719]; [720]; [721]; [722]
  • NowComment - free document-discussion/annotation tool from public-interest group Fairness.com LLC; [723]; prototype "CriTweak" reviewed in PC Magazine ([724])
  • nuclear fuel cell - explanation, and whether it would be theoretically possible or even efficient; seems it might just be an imaginary tale of Hollywood
  • Obsidian Scheduler
  • Occudiz
  • OhmConnect - Online energy-sharing platform through which users get paid for reducing electricity consumption.
  • OhmConnect, Inc. - Company that hosts an online energy-sharing platform through which it pays its users for reducing electricity consumption.
  • Organic & Printed Electronics - MENA Region - The OPE-MENA is the first leading communication platform in the field of organic & printed electronics in middle east and north Africa in collaboration with the international oe-a association; ope-mena.org, www.khaleejtimes.com/dmi-announces-launch-of-ope-mena-conference
  • OpenLCR
  • Openload - A video sharing website that is one of the largest in the world by downstream bandwidth, experiencing 0.8% of global video downstream traffic, and over 0.4% of global Internet downstream traffic. It is the 6th largest video streaming resource in the world by traffic share, after Facebook Video. (Sandvine 2018)
  • Open Y - an open source platform and coalition to collaborate on digital tools for YMCAs; [725]
  • Optochemotronics
  • Oregon chain : Oregon Chain (redirect) - (more) - (req. 2007-05-19)
  • Oriental Weavers
  • Origin Protocol - an open source blockchain platform that allows developers to build peer-to-peer online marketplaces using JavaScript; [726]; [727]; [728]
  • Output Clipping
  • OutSystems Platform
  • Ovonyx
  • Oziexplorer - a graphics tool for handling maps; uses .map file format

P–Q

  • Pain Field Generator - electronic ultrasound device for creating distress in human or animal subject
  • Palpatory Diagnosis
  • Panasonic KX-193 Typewriter
  • PAN bullshitter - "Percussion-Actuated Nonelectric" shotgun, fires water slugs to rain bullshit on a pipe bomb [729]
  • Pantone motor - see fr:Moteur Pantone
  • Parrot Disco - consumer drone [730]
  • Passmark Software - maker of benchmark and testing software
  • PathXL - global pioneer in advanced software solutions for digital pathology
  • Paul's carding machine - redirect to carding machine (req. 2007-06-10) - (User talk:70.167.217.162)
  • PCTS (performance-tested comfort systems) - government testing program needed to qualify for certain credits or rebates
  • PCTS - disambiguation page for PCTS, performance-tested comfort systems, and PCTs (plural of programmable communicating thermostat)
  • pCloud -comprehensive easy-to-use cloud storage solution for individuals and businesses alike ([www.pcloud.com])
  • Peace Mobile - Islamic smartphone; gadget that reconciles Qur'an with modern science
  • PeaceTech Lab (PeaceTech Lab is a non-profit organization that works to prevent and reduce violent conflict using technology, media, and data) ([news.crunchbase.com]) ([www.cnn.com]) ([www.forbes.com]) ([www.zdnet.com]) ([www.devex.com]) ([www.usnews.com])
  • Pentawatt Laser - laser that is so powerful it can only be sustained for a fraction of a second; planned use in recreating a model of an early earth
  • Pet Claw clippers - device used to cut your pet's nails... what is it's history?
  • Mojmír Petráň - Czech scientist; with David Egger of Yale University, Petráň designed and invented the first double-scanning, or tandem-scanning confocal microscope; 1967 paper; review; cs:Mojmír_Petráň
  • PhenoTech
  • photoacoustic
  • PhotoPad Photo Editor [www.nchsoftware.com]
  • photopolarimeter
  • PHP South Coast conference - annual not-for-profit PHP-focused conference based in the South Coast of the UK; phpsouthcoast.co.uk
  • Physical Network Inventory
  • PicClique - advanced screensaver for viewing web photographs and RSS feeds
  • PicCollage - pic-collage.com; photograph application for iOS, Android, and Windows 10; allows users to combine photos, text, stickers and animated GIFs to make collages; has been downloaded by over 120 million users; featured in publications, including TechCrunch, USA Today, and VentureBeat; partnered with companies including Sanrio ([731]) and Universal Studios to create custom sticker packs; [732]; [733]; [734]
  • Pico TTS - default text-to-speech engine for Android devices
  • PicoP
  • Pixhawk - open-source hardware autopilot system in wide use for fixed-wing and multirotor drones; pixhawk.org
  • PlagSpotter - duplicate content-checking and monitoring tool; plagspotter.com
  • plasma filter
  • platform balance - used to measure mass
  • Pleroma - A Mastodon server.
  • PlaybackPro
  • PlayForward - series of interactive evidence-based videogame interventions; focus on topics such as risk-taking, HIV/STIs, smoking, cancer, and heart-disease prevention in young adolescents; games also produce large amounts of important data through the game software (in-game data), stored in log files; these data examine the paths taken and decisions made by each player and allow researchers to objectively track a participant's intervention experience through the game software; suse novel methods developed to collect this data and analyze it, examining time spent in individual segments of the intervention, overall time spent completing the intervention, and mastery of intervention material; can provide these data to interested researchers to learn which material is most important to the behavior change process; [735]
  • Poids
  • Poky Linux - Linux distro for embedded systems such as Labquest and the Nokia n800; can be used on ARM and x86 computers
  • Polaroid SC 1630
  • polymer-dispersed liquid crystal (polymer dispersed liquid crystal, PDLC) - new display technology
  • polymerosome
  • Port-A-Cool
  • ported constant volume cycle (req. pre-2008-05-17) - thermodynamic cycle
  • postionization
  • Postman API - API software mentioned in this article [736] but doesn't exist and links to the english definition of the word instead.
  • Precision Spindles
  • prepositive camera - accessory on many smart watches
  • private sharing - the ability to securely share data privately between individuals or companies. Related to GDPR, consent and PII
  • price check scanner
  • Process-architecture-optimization model, Intel's replacement for the Tick-tock model
  • PROFIL
  • protocols.io - open access repository of research methods; [737];[738];[739];[740]; [741];[742];[743];[744]
  • Prot-On - software control of files wherever they are; [745]; [746]; [747]; [748]; [749]; [750]; [751]
  • pruning hook
  • psychotronics - technology to remotely transmit and receive human thoughts. Notability: the term has over 100000 Google Search results, and only disambiguation page on Wikipedia and (a substantially different) definition on Wiktionary. Nine out of ten Random Articles on Wikipedia have lower search results on Google, so the terms deserves a sound article by an experienced editor.
  • pupula duplex - two pupils in one eye
  • push to show
  • Pyromesh - something used to make fireworks safer
  • QSelf - quantitative self movement towards using mobile devices and consumer electronics to gather and analyze data that physicians use to track health & make diagnoses (CAD)
  • QuickCall.com - mobile app to make free phone calls and chats, uses internet OTT technology to enable free international calls [752]; [753]
  • QuickLinkz - website; claims to get you to various websites "faster"; quicklinkz.tk
  • Pocket-lint (Online tech review and news publication established in 2003) ([www.pocket-lint.com])

R

  • Radmor
  • Ramsey Pulse Excitation - Ramsey excitation method, using a pulse, for high-precision mass-measurements of highly charged ions
comment: related to Ramsey interferometry?; October 2016
  • rasp paper - coarse-grit abrasive used for surface preparation for foam insulation
  • Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook - the "new" Razer Blade Stealth or the Razer Blade lineup alltogether; gaming ultrabook made by Razer Inc.; has an RGB keyboard, 1080p screen, GTX 970m and a i7; [754]; [755]; List of Razer products
  • RE Audio - award-winning car-audio manufacturer; reaudio.com
  • Real/IX - real-time OS attempt based on UNIX V3.2
  • Reditr - first cross-platform Reddit application; reditr.com
  • Relide Watches
  • Remote Radar Head (remote radar head) - see RRH Buchan, RRH Portreath, etc.
  • RenderAid
  • Reprorubber - made by Flexbar Machine Corporation; allows user to make replicas of parts
  • retro-reflective projection (redirect) : RPT (redirect) - Prof. Susumu Tachi, et al. (req. 2013-02-21)
  • reverse SEO (reverse search engine optimization) - variant of search engine optimization
  • Rezku - restaurant reservation system; new competitor to OpenTable
  • RH850 - Renesas 32-bit Automotive MCU
  • riboflavonoid [a]
  1. ^ I believe this is spelled riboflavinoid, actually
  • RICEFW - as used in SAP AG
  • RingCaptcha
  • RioVolt - landmark MP3/CD player; made by RioPort.com, Inc.? or SONICblue, Inc.?; circa 1997; user manual
  • robograding - machines capable of natural-language interpretation; used to grade papers; [756];
  • Robomart - self-driving mobile grocery store[77]

[78] [79] [80] [81] [82] [83] [84] [85] [86] [87]

  • robotic IV automation system (RIVA) - hospital pharmacy medical-delivery system designed to increase patient safety and IV admixture accuracy; mentioned at pharmacy automation; [757]; [758]; [759]
  • RODC (read-only domain controller) - active directory component; [760]
  • Rormix - application for discovering new music videos from unsigned and independent artists; rormix.com
  • Rotherham plow (Rotherham plough, Rotherham triangular plow, Rotherham triangular plough) - redirect to triangular plow (triangular plough) - (req. 2007-06-10)
  • ruggedized miniature reflex (optics) - optical targeting device.

S

  • Sabka Bazaar - online grocery website; sabkabaazar.com
  • Saguaro Solar Facility (req. 2008-05-17) - (User talk:70.167.217.162)
  • SAS Curriculum Pathways - no-cost learning; sascurriculumpathways.com
  • SATMAP Inc. - patented ([761]) personality mapping technology for contact centers; coverage by Gartner ([762]), [763], Contact Center Pipeline ([764]; [765]), ARDA ([766]), BusinessWire ([767], [768]), Bain & Company ([769]); satmapinc.com
  • SavedPlus - free money-management tool; allow users to save money by automating their savings process; savedplus.com
  • SBM Direct - related to Super Bit Mapping
  • Scanalyzer - location-aware, mobile data acquisition tool for mobile devices; [770]; [771]; [772]; [773]; Requesting the article be re-instated/undeleted considering the app has a worldwide following now
  • Scheffler reflector - solar technology for developing countries
  • SCRAIM - project and process management software as a service; scraim.com
  • scite.ai (scite is a platform that allows you to search any scientific article in order to see how it has been cited, specifically if it has been supported or contradicted. ) ([www.statnews.com]) ([www.axios.com]) ([www.timeshighereducation.com]) ([blogs.discovermagazine.com]) ([www.sciencemag.org])
  • scrape-enabled tracker (req. 2008-03-16) - apparently a .torrent technology?
  • Screamroller - original name of the Extremeroller, a retired roller coaster at Worlds of Fun; needs redirect to Extremeroller
  • SENSIT - smart-dust successor
  • Sequencing.com - storage of genetic data; sequencing.com
  • serial device server - serial-to-Ethernet converters
  • serial front panel data port (SFPDP)
  • Service Broker (Databases)
  • SF-LUG (San Francisco Linux Users Group)
  • Shoe (camcorder component) - (or maybe generic photography equipment?); see hot shoe
  • SimilarSiteSearch.com - search engine for finding alternative or similar websites; similarsitesearch.com
  • Sirocco fan (ja:シロッコ扇風機) - c.f.Samuel Cleland Davidson.
  • simulated image (also called syntheticimage)
  • SkillBridge.co - online marketplace for consultants; skillbridge.co
  • Smart Launcher – Android launcher; has been on multiple "best Android launchers" lists; [774]; [775]; [776]; [777]; [778]; [779]
  • smart wall - used in media presentation
  • SmartMatch™ - semantic contextualisation marketing technology that provides a key distribution channel for global brands to disseminate their content and thought leadership across premium media owner sites according to relevancy; [780]; [781]; [782]; [783]
  • SmartNAV - head tracker for ergonomics and assistive technology industries
  • Snip (software) - for use in a collaborative team environment; cdfsnip.com; (advertisement?)
  • snorkel lens - [784][dead link]
  • Snowbound Software - document-viewing and -conversion software; [785]; [786]; [787]; [788]; [789]; [790]
  • Social Networks and Archival Context (SNAC) Cooperative Program - a mechanism for extracting and assembling data to transform research and improve the economy and effectiveness of archival descriptive practices; [791]]
  • SocialCastr - socialcastr.com: peer-to-peer distributed / streaming content distribution network based on Adobe RTMFP protocol
  • Socks2http - http tunneling system
  • Sodbuster pocket knife - these have a particular blade and handle shape; tne major producer of them was Carl Schlieper company of Solingen, Germany; this might be better as a sub-heading in a broader article
  • Software through Pictures (StP)
  • solutionize, solutionise - metallurgy
  • SonicFire Pro - a tool to create music at an exact length, from SmartSound (SonicFire website) - (advertisement?)
  • Sony DVDirect
  • Sony HDR-HC3
  • SopCast - P2P video-streaming tool
  • Suggar Eletrodomésticos [792]
  • sulfur dioxide in wine - determining the concentration of sulfur dioxide in wine using the Ripper Method
  • SVLUG (Silicon Valley Linux Users Group)

T–U

  • TBDev (sometimes called TBSource) - bittorrent tracker predating the XBT Tracker
  • Third World Technical Scientific Dependency
  • Terry Colligan - Creator of the DOS/4G DOS extender as part of Tenberry_Software (formerly Rational Systems). Passed away recently this week (18/09/2018).
  • Tetrode microdrive - neuroanatomy tool
  • Thexyz - secure email service with archiving and encryption email service
  • time of diffraction (TOFD (TofD)
  • The Hi-Tech Gears (The page was created and then moved to drafts Draft:The Hi-Tech Gears since admin felt it was WP:PAID. Someone may clean up and move back)
  • Toyotomi (company) - Japanese manufacturer of air-conditioning systems
  • TradingView - online financial platform for 8 million monthly active traders and investors; cloud-based charting, screener and trading tools.
  • Treetech - smart asset-monitoring and intelligent electronic devices in the Smart Grid; treetech.com.br
  • Trulife HD – type of video playback resolution higher than 1080p
  • Trust network - such as this currently the first Google result is [793], which is not an article
  • tombstone legislation - ?the act of passing legislation about a new technology after that new technology does harm?
  • TROM - macro instruction translator unit; [794]; [795]; if you wish me to begin this article please leave a message --Legolas558
  • tube radio - their history/origin/value today (maybe vacuum tubes?)
  • tuned electromagnetic resonance collar (TERC)
  • Tuxguitar - open-source Java program; reads and writes tab guitar files
  • Twitter aggregator - Twitterfall, etc. and specialty ones like congressional140.com and exectweets.com
  • two-phase Stirling cycle (req. pre-2008-05-17) - thermodynamic cycle
  • UHF Pro - used by receivers (e.g. DISH Network) to get signals from remote control(s?)
  • ultrasonic drill - [796]
  • ultrasonic water fogger - device that uses ultrasonics to make mist (water vapour)

V–Z

  • VDATS (versatile depot automatic test station) - Air Force/DoD common automatic test equipment (ATE) developed at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia; [797]
  • Veggie Alternatives - mobile app; designed to help vegetarians and vegans find food substitutes; ayushapps.co.uk; [798]; [799]
  • VLM technology (very low mass technology, very-low-mass technology) - special technology using in microphones; specially by AUDIX and Beyerdynamic
  • voice-activated personal assistant (VAPA) - application or device that provides information and services to the user and responds to their verbal commands; may or may not provide weather information and current news, organize calendars, set alarms and timers, facilitate GPS navigation, and / or integrate with home automation; [800]; [801]; [802]; [803]; [804]; [805]
  • Vortabrush Concrete Hole Cleaning System (Vortabrush, VortaBrush) - construction tool (concrete hole cleaning system); designed to clean holes drilled in concrete for placement of epoxy and propriety anchors; manufactured by Flash Services LLC (?dba Vortabrush); vortabrush.com
  • Wanzer Sewing Machines - sewing machines made in the 1800s by Richard Mott Wanzer from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; a whole page of information and pictures can be found at [806]; at one time, the Wanzer sewing machines were the finest in the world
  • watch-case wrench - tool that watch-repair people use to take the case back off of watches; most reliable source of people talking about these tools is at the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (nawcc.org)
  • Wedding Spot - An online wedding venue sourcing platform that allows users to search, price and compare wedding venues, then build their wedding day by selecting specific services and options to see a price estimate. Founded in 2013, purchased by Cvent in 2019. [88]; [89]; [90]
  • weed cutter - also known as a "yo-yo" or "idiot stick"; this tool was used (by prisoners) during road work as can be seen in the film Cool Hand Luke (image: [807]). "It is essentially a heavy blade mounted on the bottom of a wooden handle, and is swung back and forth to cut weeds." (via Google)
  • WICAR - antimalware test website, similar to EICAR and GTUBE; wicar.org
  • WIENUX - Linux distribution in Vienna, Austria, for government and administration
  • Win1200 - USB/line phone
  • wireless cloud point-of-sale system - point-of-sale system that harnesses the power of the Internet to communicate and store data; example: Revel Systems
  • Zappar - an augmented reality platform and content provider. Funding press: WSJ, Yahoo Finance Other: [808]; [809];[810]; [811];
  • zinc sulfide flotation - as different from froth flotation
  • Zoomar Corporation - manufacturer (inventor?) of the zoom lens; [812]
  • Z-Command - home/office automation, security and energy monitoring system; based on z-wave RF mesh protocol
  • Zoho Mail - email hosting service developed by Zoho Corporation

Vehicle/automotive technology

Military technology

Uniforms

  • Uniforms of the French Army
  • Uniforms of the Italian Army
  • Uniforms of the Spanish Army
  • Russian military uniforms
  • Military uniforms of World War II - working ErikTheBikeMan (talk) 22:12, 26 October 2008 (UTC);
    comment at October 2016: there is United States Army uniforms in World War II (perhaps there are others by country?)

Other

  • Alhambra Hand Grenade - There are some weapons produced by Instalanza S.A. that have pages but not others. [817]
  • Ancient Roman military equipment - there are a number of articles for Category:Ancient Roman military equipment but no overview article
  • AMP 145
  • Blue Gendarmerie (camouflage)
  • Blumentarn (camouflage) - aka Fl?chentarn, East German
  • Brown Lizard (camouflage)
  • Cactus (camouflage) - Indian
  • Combat Gear 2005
  • CVS302 Hoplite Missile - future missile presented by MBDA
  • Desert Lizard (camouflage)
  • Duck Hunter (camouflage) - development of USMC "frog" pattern
  • Four-Colour Semi-Arid (camouflage)
  • Interim Infantry Mobility Vehicle - Australian six-wheel-drive truck
  • IS-7 (tank) - requesting a separate page on the tank IS-7 from the IS tank family page, as enough information about the machine should be availible, as well as an actual specimen, to create a full article
  • List of infantry weapons of the American Revolutionary War - there are pages List of infantry weapons of World War I List of infantry weapons of World War II, but not for the American Revolutionary War
  • Joint Air Breathing Multi-Role Missile
  • M63 Vertical Lizard (camouflage) - Portuguese
  • M85 Woodland (camouflage)
  • M89 (camouflage)
  • MOUT (camouflage) - aka T-pattern, Tetris
  • Palm Frond (camouflage) - Indian
  • PenCott (camouflage) - UK digital multi-environment pattern
  • Purple Lizard (camouflage)
  • PVS-7 series night vision - make it look like AN/PVS-14 page
  • Rocks/Sand (camouflage) - Egyptian
  • Scrambled Egg (camouflage) - Egyptian
  • Seaweed (camouflage)
  • South African Police 1st Pattern (camouflage)
  • South African Police 2nd Pattern (camouflage)
  • Splash (camouflage) - Zimbabwe, aka Rhodesian Brush Pattern
  • Surveillance Radar Program - PAVE PAWS-based radar Installation on Leshan, Taiwan; referenced in PAVE PAWS#Expansion, plus info from far.org
  • Three-Colour Lizard (camouflage)
  • Type 81 (camouflage)
  • Vertical Lizard (camouflage)
  • Vz52/53 (Czechoslovakian Helmet)
  • Wine Leaf (camouflage) - incorrectly aka Mitchell Pattern
  • Willoughbe, Willoughbe & Ponsonby - mentioned at Taiping Rebellion
  • warship comparison (comparison of warships) - I would like to ask for a list of comparison of warships once used by many different navies (like Ancient Egypt's galley, massive ship of Imperial China navy, Korean "turtle ship", battleships of Royal Navy/other European navies, down to modern warship) each with its known capabilities

Genetics

  • List of Hox clusters - a description of all Hox gene expressions and their gene name, functions, protein sequences and conditions due to mutation or absence; UniProt, MeSH, Wikipedia, European Journal of Endocrinology, 1000 Gnomes and others

Weapons

See also: List of firearms
  • 1000 mm caliber
  • 120 mm caliber
  • 1863 Zouave Rifle - muzzle-loaded rifle made by Remington during the American Civil War
  • 24 mm caliber
  • 305 mm caliber
  • 406 mm caliber
  • 410 mm caliber
  • 50 mm caliber
  • 75 mm caliber
  • 88 mm caliber
  • 890 mm caliber
  • 914 mm caliber
  • 13.2x96mm Hotchkiss - Early 20th century French-Belgian cartridge (ru)
  • PS-32 (cartridge) - 1990s Russian cartridge (ru)
  • 15x104mm Brno - 20th century Czech cartridge (ru)
  • .366 ТКМ - Russian hunting cartridge in the 21st century (ru)
  • Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator
  • British Admiralty Pennant
  • British Proof Test
  • Cardoen PJ-1 manually dropped bomb developed by Industrias Cardoen SA
  • Cockerill 90 mm low-pressure gun - One of the most famous 90 mm low-pressure gun
  • Colt .22-.45 Conversion Unit - for Colt Ace or Colt Service Model Ace
  • Colt .45-.22 Conversion Unit - for Colt M1911 and M1911A1
  • Colt ACC-M (Advanced Colt Carbine-Monolithic) - Colt's Manufacturing Company's own improved version of the M4 carbine
  • Danish Krag-Jørgensen rifle - Danish rifle
  • Enhanced Tactical Satellite Signal Processor (ETSSP)
  • gun doting
  • Hogue Grip - a pistol grip with finger grooves molded into it, for improved grip
  • Hunnicutt book - do you mean the standard work on the Sherman tank?
  • inflatable body armour - (would not be very bullet-proof?)
  • Ku-Go (death ray) - Imperial Japanese (WWII-era) weapon aimed to employ microwaves created in a large magnetron; Imperial Japan undertook development of the "death ray" instead of the atomic bomb; weapon was tested, but never deployed in battle
  • Llama Minimax - handgun
  • List of 7.62x39mm firearms - an important and common cartridge and there should be a list of weapons chambered for it
  • List of British infantry weapons - compilation of British infantry weapons throughout the ages
  • M1879 - German infantry weapon during WWI
  • Mauser M1936 - standard Belgian rifle during WWII
  • Military Portable Computer Equipment - military on-site computer equipment
  • Minneapolis Protector Palm Pistol - [818]; (possibly palm gun overview)
  • Mk 96 stabilized gun mount
  • NiViTiFs
  • Pekkett Device
  • RC-90 - radio controller/remote detonator
  • Sabre modèle 1882 de cavalerie - 19th century French cavalry saber
  • Scalable Agile Beam Radar SABR and other compact AESAs - compact AESA radar in development for the F-16 and other platforms; other compact AESAs are also in development; [819]; [820]
  • Seeburg-Tisch - German WWII radar-screen device
  • Service Life Extension Program - of the U.S. Navy
  • Shevchenko PSh-4 (also known as the PSh-4 or Pistolet Shevchenko) - [821]; [822]
  • SIG Sauer SIG716
  • Smith & Wesson model 3953 pistol - current-issue alternate Royal Canadian Mounted Police service pistol for members with smaller hands or require a concealable pistol; variant of the model 3913
  • SONAR, Main advantage and applications of - block diagram which explains the SONAR working; modulation and transmission technology used
  • Stone Box (stone saver, bedding box) Used in construction to put large rocks in.
  • Straightsword
  • Switch (weapon)
  • Technical Rigor
  • Type 271 Yupen class LCU
  • Type 079 Yuliang class LSM
  • Unit of Fire - WWII (and other conflicts?); quantity of ammunition by weapon
  • Vibroblade (ja:振動剣)
  • VN3 - PLA 4 x 4 light armored vehicle in low rate production manufactured by Norinco
  • Wochi class minehunter
  • world's-largest Horn driver subsonic research
  • Wozang-class minehunter
  • ruger precision rifle
  • X26C Taser Gun - the TASER X26C temporarily overrides the central nervous system, limiting muscular control; [823]

Transportation

Requests for articles about transportation are on a separate page, and should be added there.

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