Company: Demeter Institute of Astronomy
Location: Amherst, MA
Amherst, Massachusetts, January 5, 2011, Laurence Ely, Director for the Demeter Institute of Astronomy, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in science.
An outside-of-the-box thinker, Mr. Ely has spent more than three decades working for the Demeter Institute of Astronomy, an independent academy of research in Amherst, Massachusetts. In his current capacity, he is responsible for developing a science of history with mechanisms involving periodicities and non-periodicities. Stimulated by making decisions, he sets his own hours and consistently exhibits his passion for the subject. Moreover, Mr. Ely utilizes his strong sense of confidence and expertise in geometry and the investigation of texts in writing to publish industry-related articles and books.
Accrediting his success to his persistence, optimism and sense of humor, Mr. Ely holds a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry, with a minor in mathematics and art history, from Princeton University. A cum laude graduate, he has set himself apart from others in his field by diligently working on two life works of research on the precessional ages and employing his educational background in physical chemistry, art history and psychology.
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