FERST

AcronymDefinition
FERSTFacility for Environmental Remote Sensing and Test
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Caption: NOW YOU SEE IT: David Ferst understands the cognitive limitations of many people with intellectual disabilities and selects effects that are "stand-alone," astonishing and only requires a moment of shock and awe.
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He also serves on multiple boards including the Aurora Theatre, Ferst Foundation and the advisory board of the Alliance Theater.
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR: Annalisa Bracco, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, 311 Ferst Dr., Atlanta, GA 30332-0340 E-mail: abracco@gatech.edu
Yeatman, who also joins URDANG's management committee, is taking on private real estate responsibilities formerly held by Richard Ferst, who retired in December.
Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 801 Ferst Drive Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30332, USA
(2006) 'Ferst of fremst for a forsta hva som skjer: Utviklingen av TV 2s nyheter' ('Understanding What's Happening: The Development of TV 2 News), in Enli, G.
CARA GORMALLY is Director of Introductory Biology Labs at the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Biology, 310 Ferst Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30332; e-mail: cara.gormally@biology.gatech.edu.
In 1952, Westfield, Mass., entrepreneur Albert Ferst launched the company, with a focus on the sporting goods market.
Alison Ferst, communications manager at Teesside University says: Taking inspiration from his native town Mackenzie Thorpe created an evocative exhibition reflecting the industrial heritage and way of life in Middlesbrough in a striking and thought-provoking way.
Placet and Streets, 1987 Placet, M., Streets, D.B., Ferst interim assessment, National acid precipitation assessment programme, 722, Jackson Place, NW, Washington DC, 1987.