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CMU

Abbreviation for:
Commercial Medicines Unit, see there (Medspeak-UK)
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Some of the IP video applications produced by CMU students include:
Nineteen Nobel Laureates and 12 Turing Award winners have called CMU home.
The masonry work by Lighthouse will include construction of CMU walls and veneers of brick and castone.
It will be used for supporting post-doctoral fellowships, encouraging interactions between CBR and CMU researchers, and providing strategic seed funding for research that connects CMU researchers with IISc scientists.
The meeting discussed a range of options and, at a couple of points, I felt that CMU might well accept such a merger.
At the start of 2012, CMU served as authorizer to 56 of the schools, which educate about 30,000 students (see Figure 1).
If precious funds are spent on a legal wrangle and not on higher education, is this the legacy the CMU board will pass on to South Wales?
CMU runs 11 clinics in Bucharest and another eight across the country.
The contributions of USAR CMU Soldiers throughout the planning and execution of numerous continental U.
Their recommendations along with data collected by the student team will be passed along to future student design teams with the goal that a fully functional system can be developed and implemented at CMU.
To figure out which mattered more (personality or emotions), the CMU team interviewed 193 healthy adults.
According to the companies, the sale includes substantially all of the assets of the CMU in exchange for approximately USD15m in notes and the assumption of certain liabilities.