NADIS


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AcronymDefinition
NADISNational Animal Disease Information Service (UK)
NADISNATO Defense Information System
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In their exciting new book, From the Great Wall to the Great Collider: China and the Quest to Uncover the Inner Workings of the Universe, Steve Nadis and Shing-Tung Yau brilliantly connect the dots between the Higgs discovery and China's ongoing plans to build the world's largest, most powerful particle accelerator that would usher in a new era of scientific inquiry.
While the Shaver stories amused some as good yarns and infuriated others as outrageous nonsense," Nadis recounts, "Shaver's paranoid vision beckoned to many as genuine.
Nadis takes Palmer at his word more often than seems prudent.
Trainer Goldie, who made a strong case for Los Nadis in his Punter column on Saturday said: "I have never had the first three in a race before and I wish I had had a bet on them in a tricast
Only mudlarks need apply based on the times on day one of this flagship fixture, but soft ground is no barrier to Los Nadis and Peter Monteith's gelding has plenty more to recommend him.
HCC technology transfer officer Mark Needham said: "The evening is aimed at increasing knowledge of disease and to gain feed back on how the NADIS health modules and information suit the industry.
Nadis demonstrates how Came's show represented a kind of "populist science" that was educational and entertaining, and underscored a positive relationship between human progress and technology (46).
Fiona MacGillivray, an adviser at NADIS sponsor Merial, said: "Parasites are having a field day so it's really important to make sure that the wormers and flukicides you use are able to cope with the rain.
LOS NADIS looked a young hurdler with potential when taking the feature Hadwins Handicap Hurdle.
NADIS vet Mike Howe, who is based in Pembrokeshire, says veterinary treatment is essential for sick cattle.
But NADIS downgraded the threat after a warmer than expected March and no significant cold snap in April, which means the peak pasture larval infectivity has passed in many areas, before the main crop lamb grazing.
Nadis says neosporosis is one of the most recently identified causes of abortion in livestock, and dogs and foxes are a potential source of infection.