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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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It has been built up without the backing of any great bank or multi-millionaire.
It cost 15 percent more to build, but chairman and CEO Peter Sodini says, "Our payback should be quick because we will be using 25 percent less energy than a conventionally built store." The world's first LEED-certified supermarket is Giant Eagle in Brunswick, Ohio, where a wetland helps soak up runoff.
The steel-framed building will be built over original pile foundations left behind after the demolition of three older buildings.
When it was built in the mid-1950s, the Chicago Sun-Times building was a prime example of the marriage of form and function--the architecturally progressive edifice housed one of the most respected newspapers in the United States.
This 24-story building, located in the recently redeveloped Shiodome area, was built not only to display the many advanced and environmentally friendly technologies of Matsushita Electric Works, but also to act as a laboratory for testing new technologies as they are developed.
Lakes Community High School in Lake Villa, Ill., and Hassan Elementary School in Rogers, Minn., are two schools designed and built with energy efficiency in mind, but also with careful attention to the school's appearance.
Jim knew that the cottage was to be built through a series of public workshops, and he was open to hosting everyone.
Broward County and Broward Community College were already operating two joint facilities at the time--the South Regional facility, built ten years before our visit, and the North Regional Facility in Coconut Creek, which had just opened when we visited in the spring of 1995.
Molds fully engineered and built to close tolerances for dimensional accuracy, parts interchangeability, mold longevity, and ease of maintenance.
It's not Star Wars stuff, but the way buildings should have been built for years." (For LEED certification, 26 of 50 specified standards must be met; DU is planning to meet 30.)
Originally, it was part of a larger scheme that, a victim of the Second World War, was never built Neither was an extension proposed during the early '60s by Maxwell Fry.
* almost any geometry can be built within the dimensions of the machine's build volume;