Roma, also known as Fellini's Roma, is a 1972 semi-autobiographical, poetic film depicting director Federico Fellini's move from his native Rimini to Rome as a youth. It is formed by a series of loosely connected episodes. The plot is minimal, and the only character to develop significantly is Rome herself.
Th United States purchased the Roma from the Italian government for $250,000 in 1921. It was the largest semi rigid airship in the world. It crashed in Norfolk, Virginia during test flights on February 21, 1922.
a DNA microarray chip methodology that enables the researchers to scan the entire genome at high resolution and to identify the disease-causing mutations directly, greatly accelerating the process of identifying disease genes
Representational Oligonucleotide Microarray Analysis (ROMA) is a technique that was developed by Michael Wigler and Rob Lucito at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) in 2003. Wigler and Lucito currently run laboratories at CSHL using ROMA to explore genomic copy number variation in cancer and other genetic diseases.