HTEC

AcronymDefinition
HTECHigh Technology
HTECHoly Trinity Episcopal Church (various locations)
HTECHaas Technical Education Centre (Turek, Poland)
HTECHuman Tracheal Epithelial Cell Lines (cystic fibrosis)
HTECHuman Thymic Epithelial Cell
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The HTEC website has been created to offer improved communications for everyone involved with HTEC in Europe, including students, teachers, HTEC Industry Partner companies, government departments, manufacturing companies and potential employers.
SingaporeMedicine is currently participating in this year's Healthcare Travel Exhibition and Conference (HTEC) taking place from November 2-4, 2008 at the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel in Dubai.
SingaporeMedicine is currently participating in this year's Healthcare Travel Exhibition and Conference (HTEC) taking place from 2-4 November 2008 at the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel in Dubai.
El presente estudio se realizo en 6 muestras de tejido contuso derivadas de 6 personas con diagnostico de contusion cerebral focal, con hipertension endocraneana (HTEC) severa y que, de acuerdo con el criterio del neurocirujano tratante, se le podia ofrecer como alternativa quirurgica una craniectomia decompresiva con apertura y/o plastia de la dura, y/o drenaje del parenquima cerebral contuso para el manejo de la HTEC secundario al efecto focal de la contusion.
Aside from the launch of the its new products, the big news from Haas Automation at this year's show was undoubtedly the official introduction of the Haas Technical Education Centre (HTEC) program for Europe.
They machined the wheels in the CNC lab--a Haas Technical Education Center (HTEC).
After five years at Dennis Listers obtaining my BTEC and HTEC to qualify as an architectural technician I moved on to a more senior role at Johnson Turnbull Associates, another private practice at Stokesley.
"The HTEC network is designed to give engineering students access to modern CNC machine tools," explains Haas Europe managing director, Peter Hall.
The National Research Council Canada (NRC) recently announced the opening of a new $2-million hydrogen technology environmental chamber (HTEC) at the NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation (NRC-IFCI) on the University of British Columbia campus in Vancouver.
Its popularity this week arose from comment on its acquisition of a company called HTEC.