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A term of art for a run of the genome assembly and annotation process of the set of products generated by that run.
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When tenants move in and build out the floors and suites, they can do LEED if they want as a 'commercial interior.
A conventional construction project begins with the initial idea (schematic design) and is refined (through design development) into a set of drawings and specifications (construction documents) that a contractor can build from.
If I were going to make the effort to build these spaces for kids, it would only make sense to enhance their ability to learn.
But the house is "like a living language," says Maloney; most people build a variation on the blueprints' theme.
Effectively implement the Build Safe NYC safety and health standards on building projects in New York City;
We have spent 15 years working to get to a position where we could build something that we wanted to build.
Chicago may be the birthplace of the skyscraper and an architectural favorite; the capitals of the Far East may put national pride on the line as they vie to build the tallest.
Additionally, state and federal governments have started to offer tax breaks and other financial incentives to building owners that build green.