LScA


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LScA

 
left scapuloanterior (position of the fetus).

LScA

left scapuloanterior (position of fetus).

LScA

left scapuloanterior fetal position. See: presentation for illus.
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For example, for me, as the president of LSCA, not only to look at what is in development today, but what is the technology funnel in the future is important, so you manage the whole innovation portfolio.
As the second largest provider of analytical and life science instruments, Agilent LSCA already has a substantial presence in the instrument marketplace and is the leading provider in a variety of instrument sectors, including single quadrupole LC/MS, capillary electrophoresis, and GC and GC/MS.
By supporting the workforce development mission of the LSCA, Pennsylvania Bio continues to advance its mission of making Pennsylvania a global leader in the life sciences," said Vincent Milano, president and chief executive officer of ViroPharma, Inc.
Congress reauthorized LSCA several times since 1964 with one notable change in 1977.
New York State awarded LSCA funds to library systems to create programming kits, implement computer programs, develop services for parents, and institute methods to extend summer reading programs to children at risk.
Each grant was funded by state money from the Keystone fund, by federal money from the LSCA fund, or by a combination of the two funding sources.
Focused on materials science applications in fields such as electronics, materials testing and life science, the new unit will specialize in microscopy and optical spectroscopy products, including products new to the LSCA portfolio.
The section of LSCA known as Title III, Interlibrary Cooperation, established a mechanism to include state, school, college and university, public, and special libraries in networks which could be local, regional, state or interstate in configuration.
Priority areas will receive $649,368 based on the state's LSCA Long Range Plan as approved by the U.
Funding for Internet connections in rural areas elsewhere is coming from LSCA, private companies, foundations, and other agencies of the federal government, such as the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the Rural Utilities Service.
With LSCA construction funds now out of the federal largess, and with state government budgets tightening, the building of new rural libraries has become more problematical.
Of the ten projects examined, four received initial LSCA (Library Services and Construction Act) funding.