sponsored symposium

sponsored symposium

A collection of papers published as a separate issue or as a special section–eg, an appendix in a regular issue of a peer-reviewed medical or scientific journal; symposia are usually underwritten by a drug company with a marketing 'agenda'. See Seeding trial.
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Audentes has a range of additional presentations planned during the conference, including a sponsored symposium that will provide an in-depth review of the new data from ASPIRO.
I dwelled on the impact and value of IR on SMEs with the audience who attended the Board of Accountancy sponsored symposium 'Integrated Thinking and Reporting for SMEs' on January 3 in the Philippine International Convention Center.
* The jointly sponsored symposium provides a forum for classified, export-controlled, and limited distribution papers in the areas of ballistics, weapons effectiveness, and bomb and warhead technology.
Also, remember as a part of your recertification requirements, hours must be obtained at the CDID sponsored Symposium at least every other year.
Details of four are reported below; the jointly sponsored symposium on Theory in Organic Chemistry has been reported separately by Russell Boyd, FCIC, as part of the report from the Division of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry.
A jointly sponsored symposium 52nd Annual Bomb & Warhead
A jointly sponsored symposium combining the Ballistic Division's Eighth Classified Ballistics Symposium with the Bomb & Warhead Division's 52nd Annual Bomb & Warhead Technical Symposium.
The MOI promotes interfaith understanding among religious groups by sponsoring symposiums or helping to defray the expenses of privately sponsored symposiums on religious issues.
The MOI promotes interfaith understanding among religious groups by sponsoring symposiums or by helping to defray the expenses of privately sponsored symposiums on religious issues.
The MOI promotes interfaith understanding among religious groups by sponsoring symposiums, or helping to defray the expenses of privately sponsored symposiums on religious issues.

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