programme is aiming to show how working with academic institutions can create opportunities for companies to tap into a wider knowledge base than their current networks might allow.
Please note that sentences 7) and 8) each contains the noun form of the verb collaborate
to be very intense training (moving sessions about every hour).
RyTek will collaborate
with Dartmouth researchers to explore bioimpedance sensing as a method to safely and continuously monitor patients with traumatic brain injury.
There has been some discussion in the literature about the effectiveness of Blackboard Collaborate
and its use as a synchronous classroom tool (e.g., Tonsmann, 2014; Yanagata-Lynch, 2014).
gives businesses a full array of cloud-based voice features and collaboration tools.
Be part of Collaborate
.org or just hear about this open, global, online community working together and sharing resources, expertise and enthusiasm.
Question: "Which, if any, governments of the following countries did NOT collaborate
at all with the Nazis during World War Two?" Choices, listed in a random order for each respondent, but shown here in alphabetical order: Austria, Czechoslovakia (as was; now are two separate countries), France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Poland, USSR - Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR as was; containing Russia as one republic), None of the above, Don't Know.
M2 PHARMA-December 1, 2014-Indegene collaborates
To benefit themselves and their fellow Filipinos, farmers must collaborate
with other sectors.
The firms will collaborate
to install Vendgogh's integrated gas island vending solutions, enabling Murphy USA fuel customers to purchase fuel and cold drinks at the pump, with a single swipe of their credit cards.
Summary: Tinie Tempah has revealed, at Alicia Keys' Black Ball, that he wants to collaborate
with songstress Adele.