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means main processes and means of implementation envisaged 12% -
The works Mitchell now creates and performs in collaboration with Silas Riener are frequently site-specific
, offering an entirely different experience.
Bureau of Land Management has found no new significant impacts after completing the first of two site-specific
Environmental Assessments (EA) for Phase I of Power Company of Wyoming's (PCW) 3GW Chokecherry and Sierra Madre wind project, according to Recharge.
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The system can prepare site-specific
TEM lamella, sampling many sites/wafer in a fully automated process inside the fab, giving semiconductor manufacturers more information than conventional approaches; while also reducing the capital cost of sample preparation by up to 70 percent.
M2 PHARMA-August 28, 2013-Innova Biosciences launches site-specific
bioconjugation technology(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Ambrx will use its site-specific
conjugation technology, along with proprietary linkers and payloads, to produce optimized ADCs.
interpretation of Shakespeare's tragedy.
The keys to integrating manure into a site-specific
nutrient management plan are measurement, control, and documentation.
work gets very specific with a new partnership between People's Light & Theatre and Longwood Gardens.
On the map to your right and on this page and page 30, you will find highlights from the seven neighborhood plan amendments proposed by their associations, as well as descriptions of the 14 site-specific
amendments proposed by property owners and stakeholders.
Nearly 100 years later, farmers But today the equipment is and tied to Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites, said Jess Lowenberg-DeBoer, a Purdue University agricultural economist and director of Purdue's Site-Specific