MEdRC


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AcronymDefinition
MEDRCMiddle East Desalination Research Center
MEdRCMedical Education and Research Center (Hyderabad, India)
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MEDRC has set up an international panel of experts.
Kevin Price Senior Science and Technology Advisor to MEDRC delivered a speech in which he unveiled the details of the Oman Challenge for Developing the individual desalination systems during emergencies.
Sayyid Badr bin Hamad Al Busaidi, Secretary General of the Foreign Ministry and Chairman of the Executive Council for MEDRC said in a statement "the sisterly State of Qatar is an important member of the Executive Council of the Center.
Desalination will have to play an increasing role in the augmentation of supply and we will work with MEDRC to improve desalination research and technology development.
Sayyid Badr bin Hamad al- Busaidi, Secretary General of the Foreign Ministry and Chairman of the Executive Council for MEDRC said in a statement ' the sisterly State of Qatar is an important member of the Executive Council of the Center.
Sodini cited several applications MEDRC is addressing or will do so in the future: wearable products such as cuflless blood-pressure devices, minimally invasive monitors, point-of-care instruments (including lab on a chip), data communications techniques (including body-coupled body-area networks in which the body itself is the communications medium), and imaging systems (including smart ultrasound devices that reduce technician training requirements).
Thomenius added, "We're excited to collaborate with MIT scientists through the MEDRC on GE's smart ultrasound project.
MEDRC Water Research, an Oman-based water research centre, noted that the country could fuel its desalination process using the huge solar energy potential in the country.
Muscat: A global change in mindset is required to address impending water shortages, an expert at MEDRC has said.
by Gautam Viswanathan / [emailprotected] The MoU was signed by Dr Jauad El Kharraz, head of research at MEDRC, and Dr Abood Al Sawafi, vice-chancellor of A'Sharqiyah University.
KAIA are a quasi-government organisation managing research programmes for the Korean ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport while MEDRC Water Research are an NGO headquartered in Muscat and mandated to work towards finding solutions to fresh water scarcity in the Middle East.