ASCoR

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ASCoRAmsterdam School of Communications Research
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Since the foundation of ASCoR, researchers were very eager to compete with social scientists of other branches for contract research.
In 2006 the event was organized jointly by the Dutch public broadcaster (Nederlandse Publieke Omroep, NPO) and the Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR) at the University of Amsterdam.
Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR), University of Amsterdam, Kloveniersburgwal 48, 1012 CX Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Administration of ozonized saline solution into the microirrigator that had been placed in the pelvis and ureter was performed by the infusion machine Ascor (Ascor SEP 21s, Poland) at the rate 5-40 mL of solution per hour within 30 minutes depending on the child's age.
SMIT (PhD, University of Amsterdam) is associate professor of communication in the Amsterdam School of Communications Research ASCoR, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and director of the sponsored research institute SWOCC at the same university.
725 Arlon Materials for Electronics 1047 Artech House 1605 Ascor Inc.
Bart van den Hooff (Ph.D., University of Amsterdam, 1997) is an assistant professor in the Amsterdam School of Communications Research ASCoR at the University of Amsterdam.
Semetko is Professor and Chair of Audience and Public Opinion Research at the Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR), in the faculty of Social Sciences, at the University of Amsterdam, where she also serves as Chair of the Department of Communication.
In attendance too were delegates from youth associations: the Association of Orthodox Christian Students (ASCOR), from Iasi and Brasov; the Young Mens' Christian Association (YMCA); and professional associations: Association of the Orthodox doctors and chemists (AMFOR), Iasi, as well as those who work in philanthropic Christian associations; The Association of St Stelian, working to protect street children in Bucharest; the lay missionary association, the Lord's Army; the ecumenical associations: the Ecumenical Association of the Romanian Churches (AID-ROM); and from the Focalare Movement in Romania.
Along with several other products, the 4600 was included in Astronics' recent acquisition of the Ascor switching product line from Giga-tronics.
1998 Professor, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR)