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CEERCenter for Engineering Education Research (Michigan State University)
CEERCenter for Energy and Environmental Resources (University of Texas)
CEERCentro de Estudios Economicos Regionales (Spanish: Regional Center for Economic Studies; Cartagena, Columbia)
CEERCouncil of European Energy Regulators
CEERCenter for Electrochemical Engineering Research (Ohio University)
CEERCatasto Energetico Edifici Regionale (Italian: Land Regional Energy Buildings)
CEERCentre for Energy Education and Research (Canada)
CEERCentro de Educación Especial y Rehabilitación (Spanish: Center for Special Education and Rehabilitation)
CEERCenter for Earthworks Engineering Research (Iowa State University)
CEERCenters for Excellence in ELSI (Ethical, Legal and Social Implications; Human Genome Project) Research
CEERCentres for Environment-Friendly Energy Research (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
CEERCivil and Environmental Reports (journal: University of Zielona Góra; Poland)
CEERCentre for Education and Employment Research (University of Buckingham; UK)
CEERRada Europejskich Regulatorów Energii (Polish: Council of European Energy Regulators)
CEERCenter for Energy and Environmental Research (University of Puerto Rico)
CEERCenters of Excellence in ELSI (Ethical, Legal and Social Implications) Research
CEERConcejo Empresario de Entre Ríos (Argentinian business council)
CEERCentre for Environmental Education Research (University of Malta)
CEERCenter for European Economic Research
CEERCentral and Eastren European Review (UK)
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A turning point for initiating change came through CEER, which pooled and leveraged the strengths of a broader set of diverse partners consisting of people from a variety of racial/ ethnic and professional backgrounds.
According to the CEER and based on data from 18 member states, the cost of renewable energy support varies between ten eurocents and 25 per MWh.
While a few centers are funded directly and dedicated entirely to ELSI research (Centers of Excellence in Ethics Research, or "CEER" grants), most of the current funding schemes for ELSI projects result in serious structural conflicts of interest.
Our newly-renamed "Continuing Education, Exchange, and Relations" (CEER) office handles much more than alumni relations.
Liverpool CEER's recent work has included studies on teacher supply, access to higher education and technology iin schools.