Pharmer

A scientist who creates pharmaceutical products by incorporating modified DNA into the cells of a plant or animal, which is termed pharming
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Anaergia subsidiaries and affiliates include UTS Biogastechnik in Europe and Pharmer Engineering as well as The Stover Group in the United States.
The pharmer builds a web site with one letter missing from the legitimate address to trick the unwary into believing the address is genuine.
We obviously had to put the safety of the guests and staff at the hotel first and called in a chemical expert from Dudley-based Shasun Pharmer, who checked the chlorine level before anyone was allowed back in.
A skilful pharmer will take advantage of unpatched and vulnerable software using worms and viruses to compromise internet DNS servers or host files on personal computers to transparently redirect consumers to illegitimate websites to their harvest personal financial information.
Tolbert, and Pharmer McCoy--the three "McCoy boys" killed by Hatfields in the notorious pawpaw-patch execution of 1882.
The arrival of the pharmer will combine the jobs of pharmacist and farmer, by growing crops and raising livestock which have been genetically engineered to contain medicines.
Its subsidiaries and affiliates comprise UTS Biogastechnik in Europe and Pharmer Engineering and the Stover Group in the US.
Finally, Dennis Duke, Dana Sims, and James Pharmer take us downrange, discussing how workload task analysis can help the decision-making process for developing warfighter training systems.
A skillful Pharmer will take advantage of unpatched and vulnerable software using worms and viruses to compromise Internet DNS servers or host files on personal computers to transparently redirect consumers to illegitimate websites to harvest their personal financial information.
James Pharmer is a senior research psychologist at the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division in Orlando, Florida, where he is lead for the Human Systems Integration Science and Technology Lab.
Pharmer, provides a look at how the Navy is implementing Human Systems Integration (HSI)--the process of incorporating considerations of human capabilities and limitations at a level commensurate with decisions regarding hardware and software.
Top-Down Function Analysis (TDFA) is a family of systematic analyses and resulting documents that decompose the mission of an emerging system in a manner that links hardware, software, and human performance requirements to the intended mission (Bardine, Goff, & Wilson, 2003; Wallace, Winters, Dugger, & Lackie, 2001; Gordon, Burns, Sheehan, Ricci, & Pharmer, 2005).