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Int'l Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications (8th: 2008: Kaosiung, Taiwan) Ed.
Scott, executive director of the National Center for Science Education, and Glenn Branch, deputy director of NCSE, have edited Not in Our Classrooms: Why Intelligent Design Is Wrong for Our Schools (Beacon Press).
Block storage virtualization utilizes an intelligent hardware platform that is either embedded directly into the storage network or sits between virtualized storage and the SAN.
found themselves blinking in the national spotlight when a federal judge ruled the district couldn't mandate intelligent design as part of the curriculum in December 2005, thanks to a lawsuit parents filed against the practice.
Aguillard, creationism has morphed into a philosophy dubbed intelligent design.
Jones III has ruled (incorrectly) that the Intelligent Design policy adopted by the Dover Area School District of Pennsylvania is an unconstitutional violation of the First Amendment Establishment Clause.
INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS: DESIGN, MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION
To help students understand the debate between those who favor teaching evolution in school science classes and those who want to teach an alternative explanation of the origin of life, which they call intelligent design.
In practical terms, Cisco, through the Cisco MDS 9000, provides an open, standards-based platform with the necessary hardware-assist required to help enable high-performance Intelligent Fabric Applications--such as network-based volume management, remote replication, and continuous data protection--from third-party storage software vendors.
Intelligent Energy[R], known in the Southeast as Infinite Energy Inc.
com/reports/c50887) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report: Intelligent Building Systems and Technologies (Technical Insights) to their offering.

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