EurAC

AcronymDefinition
EurACRéseau Européen pour l'Afrique Centrale
EurACEuropean Requirements & Army Capabilities
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The fact that they were buried together also indicates a link between the families and their entourage which went beyond death," explains Niall O'Sullivan, who did his doctorate at Eurac Research and carried out some of the analyses at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena.
High altitude medicine group leader at the Institute of Mountain Emergency Medicine, EURAC Research, Bolzano, Italy
(18) Thomas Benedikter (der.), Europe's Ethnic Mosaic, A Short Guide to Minority Rights in Europe, EURAC Research, Esperia, Trento/ Lavis, 2008, s.132-133.
"Of these, 41 proteins are known to be highly abundant in brain tissue and 9 are even specifically expressed in the brain," microbiologists Frank Maixner of EURAC, Andreas Tholey of Kiel University, and colleagues wrote.
A more detailed analysis is available from the EURAC Institute for Studies on Federalism and Regionalism (European Autonomy and Diversity Papers-EDAP 2013) at http://www.eurac.edu/edap.
The session was hosted by the European Academy (EURAC) which is a private, multi-disciplinary research centre located just outside the historical district of Bolzano/Bozen with stunning views of the beautiful Dolomite Mountains all around.
These countries were invited to European Air Chiefs Conference (EURAC) and Global Air Chiefs Conference which would take place in Istanbul between June 1 and 3, 2011 as well as International Air Show which would take place on June 4 and 5, 2011, stated the Air Forces.
EURAC research, Bozen/Bolzano, Italy, November 2006.
"Building Public Trust and the role of the Internal Auditor." Paper presented at the EURAC Seminar, September 12, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
In 1997 the European Air Chiefs (EURAC) declared multinational suppression-of-enemy-air-defenses (SEAD) exercises under EW conditions as vital to prepare tactics in a multiplayer environment.
Pushed by the Belgian representative, in 1997 the Eurac (European Air Chiefs) conference, with representatives from 17 nations, took up the matter of aircrew training.