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Jean Piaget

Jean Piaget was a Swiss psychologist famous for his studies of the intellectual growth of children and his influential theories of cognitive development. Piaget's background was in biology, and as a …

Edmond Charles Genét

Edmond Charles Genét was a French diplomat whose actions in 1793 conflicted with George Washington's foreign policy and created friction between political factions in the newly formed United States. …

Genetic Engineering: Introduction

IntroductionGenetic EngineeringIntroductionFundamentals of Genetic EngineeringCurrent Recombinant Cloning TechnologyDNA Technology ApplicationsHuman Disorders and Gene TherapyHuman Genome Proj…

Wyclef Jean

Name at birth: Nel Ust Wycliffe JeanWyclef Jean is the rapper and former member of the Fugees who ran for president of Haiti in 2010. Wyclef Jean was born in Haiti and lived there until age 9, when h…

Jean Chretien

Jean Chretien was first elected to Canada's House of Commons in 1963, beginning a stretch of nearly 30 years of unbroken service in government posts. From 1986-1990 he practiced law privately, but in…

Jean Dujardin

Jean Dujardin is the actor who was a big star in France before he won an Oscar for The Artist and became a big star everywhere else. Jean Dujardin first rose to fame in Paris, on the strength of a one…

Jean CARNAHAN

Senate Years of Service: 2001-2002Party: DemocratCARNAHAN, Jean, (daughter-in-law of Albert S. J. Carnahan; mother of Russ Carnahan), a Senator from Missouri; born in Washington, D.C., on Decem…

Wyclef Jean

The Ecleftic - 2 Sides II a BookColumbia He may still be trying to shake the aura of The Fugees, but out on his own, Wyclef Jean has now crafted two very impressive solo albums. On this, his l…

Jeane Dixon

A Roman Catholic, Jeane Dixon believed she had a gift from God that allowed her to foretell the future. In 1956 she predicted that a Democrat would win the 1960 presidential election, and that he wou…