BIONET

AcronymDefinition
BIONETBiodiversity Action Network
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German chemical group Wacker Chemie AG (ETR:WCH) said its biopharmaceuticals unit Wacker Biotech GmbH had agreed to acquire a bioengineered pharmaceutical proteins (biologics) production business from BioNet Ventures GmbH.
119) Additionally, international organizations such as the ISSCR and BIONET provide a forum for discovering multinational standards in hESC research.
We are proud that BioNet products were selected as a Top10 Product in the Green Build Industry for 2005.
Ian Robson, business development director at CELS, said: "We are keen to work with BioNEt to develop a scheme which encourages students to stay in the region and develop their research.
In setting up BioNET, 74 -year-old Prof Jones's aim was to help developing countries become competent in taxonomy - identifying and understanding plants and animal species - and to help implement the Convention on Biological Diversity.
The hierarchies selected for use were: bionet, talk, sci, and soc.
North American Green, Evansville IL (800/772-2040) carries BioNet erosion-control blankets of various types for holding soil and seeds on erodible slopes.
12 November 2013 a[euro]" German chemical group Wacker Chemie AG (ETR:WCH) said today its biopharmaceuticals unit Wacker Biotech GmbH had agreed to acquire a bioengineered pharmaceutical proteins (biologics) production business from BioNet Ventures GmbH.
12 November 2013 - German chemical group Wacker Chemie AG (ETR:WCH) said today its biopharmaceuticals unit Wacker Biotech GmbH had agreed to acquire a bioengineered pharmaceutical proteins (biologics) production business from BioNet Ventures GmbH.
Bionet is North-East England's central network for research scientists ( a critical part of the region's infrastructure for sharing ideas and developments in healthcare and life sciences.
The Department of Homeland Security is funding BioNet to improve outbreak management in San Diego, California, by integrating military and civilian information.
Today's honours list also picks out the permanent secretary at the National Assembly Jon Shortridge for a knighthood as well as Professor Tecwyn Roberts, the pioneering founder of Bionet.