CWAF

AcronymDefinition
CWAFCameroon Wildlife Aid Fund
CWAFContinued without a Finding (band)
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The other highly abundant component of the CWAF ethanol/water sub-fraction was DOSS.
Collectively, the results above implicate a COREXIT component(s) in the PPAR[gamma] transactivation observed in the CWAF prepared from MC252 oil.
PPAR[gamma] transactivation by the 50:50 ethanol:water CWAF volume fraction.
e CWAF members will be jointly exhibiting at Farnborough 2014 - the biggest airshow in the UK.
CWAF has also led to the rst SME link-up with the MTC at Ansty Park to work on a major research and development project, which would, ordinarily, only be open to larger companies.
More generally, CWAF has proved to be a real benet to us as a company and, in turn, the whole region.
Jason Aldridge, managing director of Arrowsmith Engineering and present chairman of the CWAF, said: "The group, as a whole, has invested heavily over the last five years and every company is now a strategic supplier to global aerospace companies.
According to leaders, the CWAF is believed to be the most mature aerospace cluster in the Midlands.
CWAF has secured the backing of regional development agency Advantage West Midlands as well as local MP Bob Ainsworth, who officially launched the group.