BIONET

AcronymDefinition
BIONETBiodiversity Action Network
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119) Additionally, international organizations such as the ISSCR and BIONET provide a forum for discovering multinational standards in hESC research.
We are proud that BioNet products were selected as a Top10 Product in the Green Build Industry for 2005.
In addition to running a company, I manage a large university research group, so time is precious ( and the great thing is that the Bionet team simply takes up most of the organisational workload and makes the events happen.
Ian Robson, business development director at CELS, said: "We are keen to work with BioNEt to develop a scheme which encourages students to stay in the region and develop their research.
Bionet provides some outstanding examples of discussion groups that contain key terms that are linked in ways that do not reflect traditional institutional department names - e.
Through the Bionet Industrial Studentship scheme, Victoria Christie carries out stem cell research to understand the bio-molecules involved in neural cell formation.
Prof Jones, who has been made a KCMG in the Birthday Honours List, is the founder of BioNET, set up in 1993 to help developing countries improve their competence in identifying and understanding the world's biodiversity.
Bionet, the human and animal health-care products network, is split into two sections.
Chapter 7 in TOC covers Electrocardiograph Key Manufacturers Analysis: Schiller AG, Nihon Kohden, Mortara Instrument, GE Healthcare, Suzuken Company, Welch Allyn, Philips Healthcare, Innomed Medical, Bionet, Leonhard Lang GmbH, Mindray, Shenzhen Bestman Instrument Co.
Bionet is North-East England's central network for research scientists ( a critical part of the region's infrastructure for sharing ideas and developments in healthcare and life sciences.
With regard to networks, CELS manages the Healthcare Network, a support service for the region's many healthcare companies, and Bionet, a network of 1,200 healthcare and life science researchers in the region.