AIST

AcronymDefinition
AISTAdvanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan)
AISTNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan)
AISTAssociation for Iron and Steel Technology (Warrendale, PA)
AISTAgency of Industrial Science and Technology
AISTAssociation of Independent Schools of Tasmania
AISTAutomatic Information Station
AISTAir Intelligence Support Team
AISTAmerican Institute of Science and Technology
AISTAllergy and Immunology Society of Thailand
AISTAmerican International Sports Tournament
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According to AIST, prior to the development of ETRI's hydrogen storage process, it was difficult to fuse alloys consisting of low-boiling and melting metals with high-melting metals, such as nickel, because of massive evaporation of low-boiling metal that occurs in the smelting furnace.
AIST was recently formed through the merger of the Association of Iron & Steel Engineers (Pittsburgh, PA) and the Iron & Steel Society (Warrendale, PA).
Organizations such as AIST in Japan, Los Alamos National Labs, Texas A&M University and The University of Utah are employing high performance cluster systems based on the AMD Opteron processor.
The AIST 11 teraflops cluster deal in Japan is IBM's first big deal selling Opteron machines, and IBM believes that the value of the Opteron machines over competing products is well illustrated in the deal.
If a personal holding company is a member of the group, the consolidated AIST liability is reduced by the portion allocable to that member.
The AIST Foundation has the goal of attracting young technology professionals to modern steelmaking through the promotion of the high-tech and diverse nature of the industry.
AIST developed the high-area accessible crawler work platform and Honda developed the survey-performing robot arm, which is installed on top of the platform.
Tokyo, Dec 6, 2012 - (JCN) - Furukawa Electric and AIST have produced polymer-free carbon nanotube fibers with with the world's highest electrical conductivity using a wet-spinning method.
The AIST Institute in Tsukuba has discovered that using patients' neural stem cells can overcome shortage of insulin-producing cells without the need for gene transfer to treat diabetes.