EBM

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AcronymDefinition
EBMEvidence-Based Medicine
EBMElectronic Body Music
EBMEvidence-Based Management
EBMecosystem-based management
EBMEvidence Based Medical (statistics)
EBMEspresso Book Machine
EBMExtrusion Blow Moulding
EBMEnterprise Business Modeling (software)
EBMExpressed Breast Milk
EBMExtended Battery Module (various companies)
EBMExtended Battery Module
EBMExternal Bus Master
EBMExecutive Board Meeting
EBMEntrepreneurship Business Management (Wayland High School; Wayland, MA)
EBMÉquipements et Biens Mobiliers (French: Equipment and Furniture Goods; taxation)
EBMEveryone but Microsoft
EBMElectron Beam Machining
EBMEnvironmentally Benign Manufacturing
EBMEuropean Business Manager
EBMEvent Based Maintenance (US Navy)
EBMEvangelical Baptist Mission
EBMÉcran Bleu de la Mort (French: Blue Screen of Death)
EBME-Business Model
EBMEpidermolysis Bullosa, Macular Type
EBMEager Brothers Music
EBMEmirates Business Management
EBMEntity Based Model
EBMElectron Beam Melted
EBMEvangelical Bible Mission, Inc.
EBMEngagement Battle Manager
EBMEnterprise Business Message (Oracle)
EBMEmbedded Base Migration (Sprint)
EBMEmerging Business Model
EBMElectromagnetic Bandgap Material
EBMEvan Burton-Martin (design)
EBMEnterprise and Business Management
EBMElite Business Machines Co. Ltd. (Hong Kong)
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Bartell will also offer an expanded assortment of photo books via the Espresso Book Machine beginning in the spring.
(18) Rick Anderson, "The Good, the Bad, and the Sexy: Our Espresso Book Machine Experience," August 2, 2011, Scholarly Kitchen blog, http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2011/08/02/the-good-the-bad-and-the-sexy-our-espressobook-machine-experience/
The University of Melbourne's Custom Book Centre acquired an Espresso book machine in April 2010.
Xerox and US-based On Demand Books will jointly market and sell, on a worldwide basis, the Xerox 4112 copier/printer together with the Espresso Book Machine - a fully integrated solution that prints, binds and trims books with full color covers on demand in retail locations and libraries.
Find out if there's an Espresso Book Machine near you by clicking on "locations" at ondemabdbooks.com.
As the publishing industry has seen ever more consolidation, Chuck sees the Espresso Book Machine as a way to build self-publishing into a viable way to break into the market.
Like its name implies, the Espresso Book Machine can print and bind a library-quality paperback book with a full-color cover in about the time it takes to brew a cup of coffee.
The Espresso Book Machine at Blackwell's branch in Charing Cross, London, enables customers to choose from thousands of titles, including rare texts, from a digital file onsite or online at http://www.blackwell.co.uk and have their new paperback book printed at 112 pages per minute, complete with colour covers.
The company is working to commercialize the Espresso Book Machine (EBM), brainchild of serial inventor Jeff Marshall.
The Espresso Book Machine uses digital files to make books listed on a catalogue submitted by publishers or institutions such as universities.
Shakespeare & Co has operated on the Upper East Side since the 80's and introduced Espresso Book Machine technology, an on-demand express book printing and binding machine that can deliver over seven million books in-store.