BZO

(redirected from Bolzano, Italy)
AcronymDefinition
BZOBolzano, Italy (airport code)
BZOBattle Sight Zero (military; rifle sight setting)
BZOBündnis Zukunft Österreich (Alliance for the Future of Austria)
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The company has received the contract for 12 FCmove-HD fuel cell modules to power 12 buses to be deployed with SASA Bolzano, the public transport operator in Bolzano, Italy, under the Joint Initiative For Hydrogen Vehicles Across Europe funding program.
('Solaris'; www.solarisbus.com), a leading European bus and trolleybus manufacturer and Ballard partner headquartered in Bolechowo, Poland, for 12 FCmove-HD fuel cell modules to power 12 buses to be deployed with SASA Bolzano, the public transport operator in Bolzano, Italy under the Joint Initiative For Hydrogen Vehicles Across Europe ('JIVE') funding program.
The Langtauferer Hotel, located near the Austrian border at 1,870 meters above sea level, was not directly hit by the overnight avalanche, but the area was at extreme risk for more, said Katia Squeo of the civil protection agency in Bolzano, Italy. The evacuation took place under clear conditions, with each helicopter ferrying seven people at a time to a school gymnasium in nearby San Valentino, where they were fed.
The Langtauferer Hotel, located near the Austrian border at 1,870 meters (6,135 feet) above sea level, was not directly hit by the overnight avalanche, but the area was at extreme risk for more, Katia Squeo with the civil protection agency in Bolzano, Italy said.
"I was fortunate last summer to receive a grant from a company called Opera Mint to attend a summer course in Bolzano, Italy, which was a transformative experience.
Almost 25 years after discovering a well-preserved mummy in the snowcaps of the Austrian-Italian border, scientists are still learning more information about the nearly 5,300-year-old Iceman from Bolzano, Italy.
The Iceman "may have been an opportunistic hunter or a scavenger," says O'Sullivan, of University College Dublin and EURAC Research in Bolzano, Italy.
During his student life he was a prize-winner at several international competitions including Domenico Cimarosa International Piano Competition (1990, Aversa, Italy), Sergei Rachmaninov International Piano Competition (1990, Morcone, Italy) and Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition (1992, Bolzano, Italy).
BOLZANO, Italy, June 10, 2015 -- For their ability to differentiate into other cell types, the embryonic stem cells hold a large potential in the medical industry.