FUSION


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AcronymDefinition
FUSIONFinland-United States Investigation of NIDDM (Non-Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus) Genetics
FUSIONFilipinos Unifying Student-Engineers in an Organized Network (University of California, Irvine)
FUSIONFunctional, Unexpected, Simple, Integrated, Old and New (design style)
FUSIONFuture Universal Services of Inbound and Outbound Networks (Sprint)
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Jacada Fusion is a platform-independent, risk-free solution that simplifies how users access and manage data in multiple systems, hence accelerating their ability to respond to customers and market changes.
Fusion Communications, based in Tokyo, Japan, is a new breed of carrier established in 2000 and began operation in April 2001.
Many researchers, the federal government and the public eventually became disenchanted, writing off the cold fusion phenomenon as a boondoggle best buried in the literature.
Magma's Blast Fusion technology has demonstrated its ability to complete challenging designs.
Scientists who still think cold fusion holds promise for generating power might fit into a Yugo.
That step would involve substituting a "higher-octane" blend of deuterium and radioactive tritium atoms for the all-deuterium fusion fuel now used in these reactors.
Wolf revealed that he had found tritium -- a potential fusion product -- in several unused segments of palladium wire obtained from Hoover & Strong, Inc.