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INFUSEInclusive Finance for the Underserved Economy (East Timor)
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We are excited to initiate this partnership with Gavi through INFUSE, which selects innovators who deploy technologies that solve challenging constraints and build data systems, said AAICs Director, Shigeru Handa.
With immunisation systems in developing countries often reliant on technologies that have not been updated in years, Infuse seeks private sector innovations with proven potential to improve vaccine delivery.
The bank is to infuse equity capital of INR9.47bn into Canara Bank.
The company is not admitting any liability in the case, and according to a Medtronic statement, the company "continues to stand behind INFUSE Bone Graft." The product was developed and sold by Medtronic's Memphis-based spinal division.
Food and Drag Administration (FDA) approved Infuse in 2002, the device was not approved for use for posterior lumbar interbody fusion.
" We will infuse a sum of ` 12,517 crore before the end of this fiscal year.
InFuse is a genetically engineered protein (rh-BMP-2 or bone morpnogeneuc protein 2) manufactured by Medtronic that stimulates bone growth.
Heat water to 100[logical not]C, infuse for three to five mins.
However, little is yet known about how best to infuse engineering concepts into the K-12 curriculum.
India, May 9 -- Samsung has just introduced a new Android device (I997) into the American market, a monster of a phone called the Samsung Infuse 4G - with an extra large 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display.
Infuse thermoplastic olefin block copolymers (OBCs), unveiled by Dow Chemical, Midland, Mich., a year ago, are now reported by Dow to comply with all requirements for food contact of the U.S.
Some CoGS members opposed the decision to infuse Letting Down the Nets with funds from undesignated bequests.