GCRS

AcronymDefinition
GCRSGreat Central Railway Society (UK)
GCRSGroupe Chalonnais de la Retraite Sportive (French: Chalon Retirement Sports Group)
GCRSGeocentric Celestial Reference System
GCRSGulf Coast Robot Sports (Bradenton, FL)
GCRSGalactic Cosmic-Ray Source
GCRSGulf Coast Rock Station (Internet radio; Pensacola, FL)
GCRSGovernment Cost and Rate Studies (Stanford University; California)
GCRSGynecological Chylous Reflux Syndrome
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The primary sample of adolescents with diabetes completed surveys to develop the new Glucose Control Resistance Scale (GCRS), and to compare which of four adolescent beliefs best explained variance in the adolescents' HbA1c levels (see Table 1 for descriptive statistics).
So far, most researchers have found that people in LDRs report high relationship and sexual satisfaction, similar to individuals in GCRs (Dargie, Blair, Goldfinger, & Pukall, 2015; Kelmer, Rhoades, Stanley, & Markman, 2013; Roberts & Pistole, 2009; Stafford & Canary, 2006; Stafford & Merolla, 2007).
The effect of the Galactic Cosmic Rays (GCR) on the human body has to be studied in depth to effectively counter it.
Although the winners were not able to identify a solution that ultimately solves the problem of GCR risk to human crews, it did provide a novel approach to using and configuring known methods of protection to save substantial launch mass and lower launch costs over multiple missions.
While the Global Competitiveness Report (GCR), which is reported yearly by the WEF, displays the results of the 12 pillars of global competitiveness separately (Table 1), it is important to keep in mind that these attributes are not independent: they tend to reinforce each other, and a weakness in one area often has a negative impact in others.
Don Hassler, a Southwest Research Institute program director and RAD principal investigator said that the RAD surface radiation data show an average GCR dose equivalent rate of 0.67 millisieverts per day from August 2012 to June 2013 on the Martian surface.
In brief, previous studies link single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) of FKBP5, a negative regulator of GCR sensitivity to a greater risk for PTSD onset [29, 49, 50].
Here, we studied the effects of single-dose Dex therapy and the role of GCRs on hippocampal development.
With an orbit of about 400 miles, the earth's mass itself blocks about a third of the GCRs, with another third deflected by the earth's magnetic field.
As raised by interviewee A "they should provide maybe 10 pages, a clear guideline or maybe they can bring someone from the office of research in to teach us about research in one or two sessions." A year long subject is hardly required for all participants, however, for the participants who do not have research experience perhaps the Graduate Certificate in Research studies (GCRS) may be appropriate after completing module two as they would be better prepared to complete module three.
Unlike persons in geographically close relationships (GCRs), LDR partners live in distal sites for days or weeks, reunite for a short time, and then separate again.
Should future crews undertake many-months-long trips to Mars, they'll face yet another hazard: galactic cosmic rays (GCRs).