DICE

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DICEDNA Integrated Cybernetic Enterprises (TV show)
DICEDynamic Internet Collaboration Environment
DICEDynamic Internet Configuration Environment
DICEDashboard Integrated Central Electronics
DICEDolby'S Interactive Content Encoding
DICEData Processing Independent Consultants Exchange
DICEDurrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom)
DICEDynamic Ionosphere Cubesat Experiment (satellite scientific mission)
DICEDesign, Innovate, Communicate, Entertain (game developers' conference)
DICEData-Intensive Computing Environment
DICEDARPA Initiative in Concurrent Engineering
DICEDynamic Integrated Model of Climate and the Economy
DICEDiabetes in Canada Evaluation
DICEDanube Integrated Circuit Engineering GmbH & Co. (Linz, Austria)
DICEDelivering Information in a Cellular Environment
DICEDepartment of Defense Interoperability Communications Exercise (US DoD)
DICEDefensive Information to Counter Espionage
DICEDistributed Information Warfare Constructive Environment
DICEDistributed Interactive C31 Effectiveness (simulation program)
DICEDigital Image Correction Enhancement (scanner)
DICEDashboard Integrated Control Electronics (Saab)
DICEDigital Interface Countermeasures Equipment
DICEDeployed Interoperability Communications Exercise
DICEDillon's Integrated C Environment (C compiler for Amiga)
DICEDestroyed in a Colored Environment (hip hop artist)
DICEData Integration & Collection Environment
DICEData Integration, Collation and Export (multiple data source aggregation environment)
DICEDeployable Independent Communications Element
DICEDiscipline Choice in Engineering
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The man largely responsible for setting up the Peru project is Dr Richard Bodmer, a British ecology expert from the University of Kent and the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE).
If we take the number of species that are currently known to be threatened, and add to that those that are yet to be discovered, we can estimate that between 27 percent and 33 percent of all flowering plants will be threatened with extinction," co-author David Roberts of the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology at the University of Kent said.
Not necessarily, says Dr Helen Newing, professor of conservation and tourism at Kent University's Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology.