Sarnoff

[ US /ˈsɑɹnɔf/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States businessman who pioneered in radio and television broadcasting (1891-1971)
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  • We at the David Sarnoff RCA Laboratories were blessed by working with Albert Rose, who has been called the father of photoconductivity.
  • People with a rare inherited disorder called xeroderma pigmentosum have extreme sensitivity to the sun and must avoid exposure at all times. a chronic form of sun sensitivity, most often seen in elderly men , that shows up as itchy red, inflamed bumps and scaly patches on sun-exposed skin, Dr. Sarnoff and co-authors wrote in The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal in 2008. NYT > Home Page
  • In the fetal study abstract touted by Sarnoff, the authors state that rats given BPA by mouth showed no ill effects: "Oral administration of the same dose did not produce measurable levels of aglycone BPA in fetal tissues. Jon Entine: End Game on Bisphenol A? Have we reached a tipping point on the science of this ubiquitous chemical?
  • To take just one example from my book, on page 194: "Sarnoff Predicts Weather Control" read the headline on the front page of The New York Times on October 1, 1946.
  • Corporations also use other things to similar purposes, one famous example being the duel between Philo Farnsworth, the actual inventor of television more precisely, the orthicon tube, and David Sarnoff and RCA. Archive 2007-05-01
  • Mr. Sarnoff looks and sounds like Larry David in "Curb Your Enthusiasm ," albeit a kindlier and gentler version. Chow With the ROMEOWs
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