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NTP

Abbreviation for nucleoside 5'-triphosphate.

NTP, ntp

abbreviation for normal temperature and pressure.
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We truly believe that North East Futures UTC will play an essential role in developing the region.
In complete collaboration with the university, this locally based team is committed to extending the affinity of the UTC brand to businesses and corporations of all sizes looking to align with the undeniably loyal and passionate collegiate fan base.
The three-year-old UTC/Lesley model is notable for the collaboration between UTC and Lesley, and its intense focus on clinical practice.
UTC Fire & Security will continue to ramp up our technical expertise in the region and expand our local presence through investments that allow us to serve our customers better in the areas of supply, service and maintenance," said Brown.
UTC [section] 411(a) mainly deals with the modification or termination of non-charitable irrevocable trusts.
Van Hool Managing Director Leopold Van Hool said that by building a demonstration bus for the European market, Van Hool and UTC Power hope to advance the use of fuel cell hybrid-electric technology.
According to UTC Power, the bus will be used in Belgium for six months before being leased to transit agencies elsewhere in Europe.
automotive industry's nitrogen oxide emissions while representing just six percent of the nation's vehicles, cleaner bus fleets need to be a national priority," said UTC Power president Jan van Dokkum.
UTC is supported by a grant from the State of Michigan.
which has a 38% stake in the Japanese automaker -- will also participate in the project which includes manufacturing of fuel cell components, UTC Fuel Cells said in a press release.
UTC is a global and diversified US-based industrial group of companies, including Otis (elevators, escalators, walkways and shuttle systems); Pratt & Whitney (commercial and military jet engines, rocket engines and space propulsion systems); UTC Flight Systems (flight and fleet control systems and propellers for commercial aircraft and commercial and military helicopters); UT Automotive (car components and systems); Carrier (heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment for commercial, industrial and residential buildings); and Turbo Power and Marine (industrial gas turbines).