FRSE


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AcronymDefinition
FRSEFellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
FRSEFundacja Rozwoju Systemu Edukacji (Polish: Foundation for the Development of the Education System; Warsaw, Poland)
FRSEFree Radical Scavenging Enzyme
FRSEFreundeskreis Rhein-Sieg-Eisenbahn (German: Friends of the Rhine-Victory Railway)
FRSEFast Rate of Solvent Evaporation
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(Edinburgh) Professor David Porteous, FRSE Professor of Human Genetics and Molecular Medicine, University of Edinburgh.
Table 3 shows that compared with the CT treatment for each year of the study, the NT/ST/NT treatment increased the FRSE by 14.8, 9.4, and 21.6%, while the ST/NT/ST treatment increased FRSE by 28.9, 14.1, and 36.7%.
The company was co-founded by Professor Roland Wolf FRSE, FRB Med Sci, FSA and Dr.
has a thing called "financial reporting for small enterprises," FRSE. Canada has some differences, and IASB is going through some thinking on this subject.
Porritt, M.Sc., FIC, FRSE, was appointed director of research on March 31, 1920.
(Newcastle) Northumberland DBE Professor Victoria Geraldine Bruce, OBE, FBA, FRSE. Vice-president for Public Engagement, British Academy and Professor of Psychology, Newcastle University.
PROFILE Dr Malcolm Kennedy CBE, FREng, FRSE, is former chairman of Merz and McLellan.
Prof Sir JOHN BELL FRS HonFREng PMedSci, President, Academy of Medical Sciences; Lord WILLIS of Knaresborough, Chairman, Association of Medical Research Charities; ALASTAIR KENT OBE, Chief Executive, Genetic Alliance UK; Sir JOHN SAVILL FRSE FMedSci, Chief Executive, Medical Research Council; ROBERT MEADOWCRAFT, Chief Executive, Muscular Dystrophy Campaign; SARAH NORCROSS, Director, Progress Educational Trust & Sir MARK WALPORT FMedSci, Director, Wellcome Trust