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."
"Bionet is a network where you can be as involved as you wish.
CELS has joined forces with its partner, North East networking forum BioNEt, to fund industrial studentship grants to PhD students across the region.
The bioreactors were to be used with the company's latest BioNet Bioreactor Control System for both R&D and process development work.
Introduction: San Diego County is the site of the BioNet Project, which seeks to improve the ability of the Navy Region Southwest and San Diego County to respond to a biologic attack on its population and its critical infrastructure by improving, integrating, and enhancing disparate military and civilian detection and characterization capabilities.
The author recommends bionet.plants.education newsgroup as a good place for teachers to pose questions on suspected plant misconceptions.
* BioNet Systems's Net Nanny (www.netnanny.com) filters the Web by using a regularly updated blacklist of blocked sites.
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. Among the company's aims is developing ways of tackling crop diseases in developing countries by using other predatory insects to kill those doing the damage.
BioconX VAR partners include: Bionet (Minneapolis, Minn.), Biometric Technology, Inc.