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HARCHouston Advanced Research Center
HARCHawaii Agriculture Research Center
HARCHalon Alternatives Research Corporation
HARCHuman Dimensions of the Arctic System
HARCGreater Hartford Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc.
HARCHouston Athletic Rugby Club
HARCHitachi Asynchronous Remote Copy (Japan)
HARCHighly-Available Resource Co-allocator
HARCHandicapped And Retarded Citizens, Inc.
HARCHighway Amateur Radio Club (South Africa; est. 1996)
HARCHoodview Amateur Radio Club (Gresham, OR)
HARCHorsham Amateur Radio Club (UK)
HARCHanford Academic Research Committee
HARCHercules Amateur Radio Club (KF6MSR)
HARCHazard Analysis and Risk Control
HARCHybrid Automatic Rate Control
HARCHUMINT Analysis and Requirements Cell
HARCHigh Antennas for Radio Communications (US DoD)
HARCHousatonic Amateur Radio Club (Stratford, CT)
HARCHistoric Average Room Count (hospitality industry)
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CONTACT: Houston Advanced Research Center, (281)367-1348, www.harc.edu; Water in the West, www.waterinthewest.org/riverbasins/ riogrande/riogrande.htm.
(ESWA) has been awarded a $731,000 grant for EPA verification of the company's proprietary XTRM Cat marine/locomotive catalyst technology from the Texas Environmental Research Consortium (TERC) and the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC).
Mary Jane Cunningham is the associate director of Life Sciences & Health at the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) in The Woodlands, Texas.
The Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) recently announced that a group of 14 corporations, regulatory agencies and universities has agreed to work together in support of a HARC program designed to "evaluate the performance of stationary fuel cell [(FC)] systems."
Since late last year, the Houston Advanced Research Center's (HARC) Fuel Cell Initiative Advisory Committee has been working on a plan to accelerate the commercialization of fuel cells in Texas.
Rypos will conduct the tests under the aegis of the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC), a not-for-profit research management firm in Woodlands, Texas.
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