Rust, the LSCA
speech restrictions were necessary to "define the
El Congreso sanciono la LSCA
26522/09 en medio de aquel conflicto.
has more than 4,000 members and is the oldest society of chartered accountants in the country, having been formed in 1870.
Company Employee Employees 2005-06 Affymetrix $314,982 1,128 2.5% Agilent Technologies (LSCA
) $379,024 4,100 2.5% Analytik Jena AG (Instruments) $110,269 409 14.2% Applied Biosystems $418,162 4,570 13.4% Biotage AB $212,048 332 0.6% Bruker Biosciences $228,871 1,905 16.4% Caliper Life Sciences $196,364 550 24.2% Cybio AG $139,855 138 17.9% Dionex $256,388 1,135 6.5% Eppendorf AG $213,874 1,838 1.9% FOSS A/S $222,325 1,084 3.3% Genetix $163,429 175 68.3% Harvard Bioscience $254,849 299 11.2% Illumina $309,732 596 58.9% Luminex $253,589 209 14.2% Molecular Devices $295,404 631 16.2% O.I.
In late March, Agilent announced the formation of a Materials Sciences Solutions Unit (MSSU) within its Life Science and Chemical Analysis (LSCA
) business (also known as Bio-Analytical Measurement) (see page 2).
With his school affiliating to LSCA
he is likely to play for Liverpool Schools this year.
In Maryland, the Cultural Minorities Services of the Montgomery County Department of Public Libraries was established in 1986 through a Library Services and Construction Act (LSCA
) Grant to serve the Chinese, Hispanic, Korean, and Vietnamese populations, the four fastest growing cultural and language minorities in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Santa Clara, CA 3/30/07--Agilent Technologies has created a Materials Sciences Solutions Unit within its Life Science and Chemical Analysis (LSCA
This legislation, a rewritten Title IV of the Library Services and Construction Act (LSCA
) and targeted for tribal libraries, was a direct outcome of the 1979 White House Conference on Libraries and Information Services and more indirectly of the Native American Pre-Conference (National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, 1978).