AWOS

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AcronymDefinition
AWOSAutomated Weather Observation System
AWOSAir War Over Serbia
AWOSAutomated Weather Observing Station
AWOSAmazing World of Science (exhibition; Australia)
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A spokesperson for the project said: "MiniBrum is child-sized mini-city where under eights can explore the amazing world of science and engineering, and learn about the body, the city, and the environment."
MiniBrum will be a child-sized minicity where under-eights can explore the amazing world of science and engineering, and learn about the body, the city, and the environment.
MiniBrum will be a child-sized mini-city where under-eights can explore the amazing world of science and engineering, and learn about the body, the city, and the environment.
In keeping with the academy's vision of Students First, more than 250 pupils were able to experience the amazing world of science first-hand.
The amazing world of science and its power to change the boundaries of human thinking was brought to light by 15 inspirational speakers at a new science festival in Dubai -- SciFest.
In my personal experience, the investigative process has opened numerous doors to the amazing world of science, including teaching me how much fun it can be.
"We see this summer camp primarily as a chance to bring the amazing world of science, and place it before children and youth, so they can be aware of the possibilities that the world of science offers, and see the magic and the power of technology." He also said that the workshops would be held under the leadership of Susan McGrath, who is a teacher and a Network Coordinator for the Institute of Physics in the UK.
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The campaign which aims at introducing students to the amazing world of science and the natural wonders documented in National Geographic's award winning photography, will aim to motivate students to be aware of their environment.