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vi·var·i·um

, pl.

vi·var·i·a

(vī-var'ē-ŭm, -ă),
Quarters in which animals are housed, particularly animals used in medical research.
[L. vivarius, pertaining to living creatures]
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"Vivarium" debuted last spring in Cannes' Semaine de la Critique selection and in that context had its MENA debut at Beirut's Metropolis-Sofil Friday.
With our insource offering, Mispro provides the people, infrastructure, and know-how to run vivarium research facilities in a safe, humane, and compliant manner, giving back considerable time and resources to client companies so they can focus instead on their drug development programs.
[United States], May 3 ( ANI ): Director Lorcan Finnegan is all set to introduce new characters in his Sci-Fi Thriller film 'Vivarium'.
to 12 noon, Tiffany Cham will talk on Vivarium at the QCX Museurm.
By retaining a commissioning firm and personnel with extensive familiarity with the specialized type of building (the processes unique to vivarium occupancy as well as the conventional HVAC equipment), and this building specifically (including some of the users and operating staff), the project set itself up for success.
Old neighbors of Cowell's moved and discarded some old vivariums in the trash near her home.
Evgeny Zavyalov, head of SPF Vivarium Department of Experimental Animal Genetic Resources the Federal Research Center Institute of Cytology and Genetics the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
His club already boasts a vivarium with five very large iguanas inside.
We spray the vivarium with water every day and feed him crickets dusted with supplement powders.
The budgies were in a cage and the African house snake in a plastic vivarium when they were found at the end of a narrow road in Swansea.
Operation Vivarium targeted users of the hacking group Lizard Squad and a tool they have developed called Lizard Stresser.