CERAR

AcronymDefinition
CERARCentre for Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation (Australia)
CERARCenter for Electronic Recordkeeping and Archival Research (University of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA)
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Slovenian Foreign Minister Cerar noted a good potential of cooperation in winter tourism and education.
Gregor Poglajen [ID], (1) Gregor Zemljic, (1) Sabina Frljak [ID], (1) Andraz Cerar [ID], (1) Vesna Androcec, (1) Matjaz Sever, (2) and Peter Cernelc (2)
Cerar, "Dextran sodium sulphate colitis mouse model: traps and tricks," Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology, vol.
Prime Minister Miro Cerar expressed his great appreciation for Egypt and its influential position in the Middle East.
Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar told The Guardian: "I think that the process will definitely take more time than we expected at the start of the negotiations.
Howard SJ, Cerar D, Anderson MJ, Albarrag A, Fisher MC, Pasqualotto AC, et al.
In the European Council chamber, she sat at the desk of Slovenia Prime Minister Miro Cerar, adjacent to the space used by former United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron, who resigned from office immediately after the fateful Brexit vote.
Cerar is a postdoctoral researcher in the Laboratory for Diagnostics of Borreliosis and Leptospirosis and the Laboratory for Molecular Bacteriology and Mycology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana.
Protests for and against migration centers have also increased in the small nation in recent weeks and Slovenia's Prime Minister Miro Cerar has warned that the European Union could collapse if the refugee crisis is not addressed.
Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar also said the European Union needed a joint solution within weeks to the migrant crisis to avoid possible conflicts between countries.
Prime Minister Miro Cerar said a day earlier that his country expects about 30,000 new migrants to reach Slovenian borders.