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Finsen

Niels Ryberg . 1860--1904, Danish physician; founder of phototherapy: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1903
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Virgil van Dijk failed to get tight enough to Jeppe Hansen before he picked out Finsen to spin off Nir Bitton and score.
The home side were allowed to get the ball forward far too easily and when striker Jeppe Hansen went past Van Dijk and picked out Finsen in the box, he slipped Bitton and drilled the ball past Craig Gordon.
(1) 4 Finsen 7 Biton 33 Mulgrew 49 Grififths 88 Johansen 90 Celtic win 6 -1 on agg VIDEOTON FC......................
The Hoops went to the tiny Samsungvollur stadium with a 2-0 lead from last week's first leg in Glasgow but found themselves under unexpected pressure after only six minutes when Olafur Karl Finsen shot the home side into a shock lead.
"Striker Olafur Karl Finsen was our top scorer last season and we also have a lot of exciting young players at the moment."
The fourth vitamin to be identified, Vitamin D was discovered by McCollum and his co-workers in 1922.1 The Nobel Prize has been awarded to other vitamin D related discoveries as well: Niels Bohr Finsen won the Medicine Prize in 1903 for his work in heliotherapy in lupus vulgaris, and H Weilland was awarded the 1927 Chemistry Prize for unraveling the structure of this vitamin.2
* Finsen, W.S.: IGY Reminiscences, MNASSA, Vol72, nos 5&6, June 2013.
City maintained their promising start, Davies winning a header that fell to Sion Edwards for a rasping near-post shot that was turned behind by Stjarnan goalkeeper Ingvar Jonsson, but there was an 18th-minute reminder of the visitors' threat when Olafur Karl Finsen's cross was volleyed just over the bar by Gardar Johannsson.
Jensen C, Borg V, Finsen L, Hansen K, Juul-Kristensen B, Christensen H (1998) Job demands, muscle activity and musculoskeletal symptoms in relation to work with eh computermouse.
The 1975 publishing of Animal Liberation by Peter Singer was followed by a surge of interest in animal rights, and the number of activists and organizations grew exponentially (Finsen & Finsen, 1994).
After observing that ultraviolet light killed bacteria, Niels Ryberg Finsen began employing UV rays to treat diseases in England in the 1890s, receiving the Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine in 1903.
Finsen at Johannesburg, using Kodachrome film, and these pictures are readily available in Kuiper and Middlehurst's Planets and Satellites.