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CELSCentro de Estudios Legales y Sociales (Center for Legal and Social Studies; Argentina)
CELSCareer Enhancing Life Skills
CELSCentre for English Language Studies
CELSCoalition for Education in the Life Sciences
CELSCertificates in English Language Skills
CELSCentre of Excellence for Life Sciences
CELSCollege of Environment and Life Sciences
CELSCambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences
CELSCertified Employment Law Specialist
CELSCoded Explosive Logic System
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The merger will provide an opportunity to boost the existing plants' competitiveness, sort out dairy logistics and jointly position our Latvian-Estonian cooperatives' plat and products on local markets," said Martins Neibergs, chairman of the Piena Cels supervisory board.
Cels managing director Dr Mike Nichols said: "This is the fifth anniversary of the awards and Cels is determined to make them the best so far.
Cels chief Mike Asher said: "The North East is rich with healthcare and life sciences companies doing exciting, groundbreaking work across a range of fields and they deserve to be recognised.
For example, we have wonderful concept artwork from films such as the "Pirates of the Caribbean" trilogy, the "Star Wars" films, "Moulin Rouge," "Narnia" and Disney's upcoming animated and live action film "Enchanted." ACME specializes in this production-validated artwork whether it's an original production cel or a limited-edition reproduction of a concept painting.
Four different doses of (0.1, 1, 5 and 10 mg/kg) CELS and three different doses of MPE (0.1, 1, and 5 mg/kg) and indomethacin at a dose of 20 mg/kg were administrated to rats orally through the feeding tube.
VALUE of a cel depends on several things: the movie (is it a classic?); the subject (is it a lead character?); and expression (are they smiling with their eyes wide open?) An original cel from The Simpsons can cost pounds 140.
Well, I said I would like to do cel animation, and we started on Teamwork--Past and Present, which was a cel-animation film.
In an interview with The Journal earlier this year, Cels managing director Mike Nicholds stated the organisation was increasingly pushing companies to think outside the region.
Working from bases at the Centre for Life in Newcastle, NetPark in Sedgefield and at Newcastle University Medical school, Cels is making a strong impact on the region's healthcare economy.
An important goal of this research was to compare in vitro antioxidative effects of MLS and CELS with the same dose of commercial and standard antioxidants such as [alpha]-tocopherol, butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT), and trolox which are commonly used by the food and pharmaceutical industry.
An animator would need 20 to 100 cels for a single cartoon scene, says Steve Grossfeld, seller of animation art for 25 years and now co-owner of Gremlin Fine Art Gallery, Manchester Center, VT.
The Business for Life Awards, which are now in their third year, are organised by Cels, the organisation driving the growth of the healthcare and life sciences' sector in North East England.