NNCO

AcronymDefinition
NNCONational Nanotechnology Coordination Office
NNCONational Network for Collaboration (Fargo, ND)
NNCONational Nephrology Certification Organization (est. 1998)
NNCONewspaper Network of Central Ohio
NNCONational Network of Constituent Organizations (National High School Alliance; Washington, DC)
NNCONordic Naturals Complete Omega (personal health product)
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Caption: NNCO team from the left Deputy Secretary General Ndeulipula Hamutumu, President of NNOC Agnes Tjongarero, Penadino Kanjii, Memory Kahlari Mutongomanya.
Chuck is an experienced community journalist and editor who will continue the strong news reporting tradition of The Pataskala Standard," NNCO Executive Editor Michael Shearer told the Standard.
Rick Szabrak relishes the critical role the local newspaper plays in the community," Linda Greiwe, NNCO president and publisher, told the Times Recorder.
James, 49, replaces Len LaCara, who has been promoted to online and audience development editor for all 10 NNCO newspapers and 13 related Web sites.
NNCO was established in 1998 specifically for nephrology technicians.
Clayton Teague, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO): The NNCO is the point of contact on federal Nanotechnology activities for government organizations, academia, industry, professional societies, foreign organizations, and others to exchange technical and programmatic information.
The Company did not mean to imply that IBI has a role in securing funds as a lender themselves, or that IBI, in some capacity, is aiding NNCO in the process of funding other than the parameters stated in a Memorandum of Understanding between IBI and the Company.