ARMI


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AcronymDefinition
ARMIAmphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (USGS)
ARMIAustralian Regenerative Medicine Institute (est. 2009)
ARMIAnalytical Reference Materials International
ARMIAsphalt Rubber Membrane Interlayer
ARMIAmateur Radio Mirror International (South Africa)
ARMIAdaptative Remote Method Invocation
ARMIAntenna, RF(Radio Frequency), and Microwave Integrated System Laboratory (University of Central Florida)
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Kamen has flown around the country, making connections for ARMI with educational and medical institutions as well as 81 companies.
I want to congratulate Dean, ARMI and everyone who helped advocate for this facility, and I will continue to push for investments in New Hampshires science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields.
On January 20 2017 Chris was accepted as a Member of ARMI.
With about 200 staff, ARMI made consolidated unaudited revenues of some RUB735m (USD22.
ARMI scientists are working to anticipate, detect, and evaluate factors affecting amphibian populations, and will strive to provide management options to address these new environmental conditions.
ARMI seeks to create a multidisciplinary consortium of private industry, academia, nonprofits and federal, state and local governments to "bridge the gap" between laboratories and the marketplace in the field of regenerative medicine.
Our strategy is to use our platform and the vast expertise the ARMI initiative really provides us is to define those environments and let the biology do its thing.
ARMI and New Hampshire's growing bioresearch sector will attract outside talent including scientists and professors, she says.
Professor Peter Currie, ARMI Director, said a major benefit of the discovery is that harvesting stem cells will become more efficient and effective, considerably reducing the stress for donors, which in turn benefits patients.
The goal--creating a fully functional organ --will take longer than five years, says Kamen, but with the support of 26 academic and medical research institutions and 46 companies across the country, ARMI has formed a list of priorities.
In fact, it was DOD's focus on creating a regenerative medicine industry that led to Kamen learning about the ARMI proposal.
With public-private investment funding approaching nearly $300 million, ARMI is bringing together a consortium of nearly 100 partner organizations from across industry, government, academia and the non-profit sector to develop next-generation manufacturing processes and technologies for cells, tissues and organs.