IPY

AcronymDefinition
IPYInternational Polar Year
IPYIn Por Ylem (gaming forum)
IPYInches Per Year
IPYIngalls Planning Yard
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IPY seeks to provide end-to-end real estate fund, pension and private mutual funds, discretionary portfolio management services including sourcing, structuring and arranging finance for assets.
The content of the immobilized protein (IP) and Immobilized Protein Yield (IPY) were almost the same (IP, 12 mg protein/g support and IPY, 86%) in all derivatives (A, A', B, and B').
The Canadian International Polar Year (IPY) program office; the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC); the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) Program; Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI); and numerous international partner organizations which provided funding for the CFL project are acknowledged.
During IPY, a seven-nation team made up the Antarctica's Gamburstev Province (AGAP) project, consisting of scientists from Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.
The second IPY took place in 1932-1933 and, as could be expected, focused on concerns of the day, including the need for better weather forecasting and better navigation in the Northern Hemisphere--particularly given the new phenomenon of airplanes.
The federal IPY program in particular moved the agenda forward for northern-based health research and made special efforts to support both academic and community-based researchers.
Geological Survey, Expressions of Intent for IPY 2007-2008 Activities, I.D.
Australian Antarctic scientists joined with polar researchers around the world on 25 February 2009 to officially celebrate two years of intensive, internationally coordinated scientific research for the International Polar Year (IPY).
Head of the School of Ocean Sciences Professor Colin Jago said: "This conference comes at the end of the International Polar Year (IPY) project, which has involved scientists from over 60 nations examining a wide range of physical, biological and social research topics, especially concerned with issues relating to climate change and ocean acidification.
The CEO team is currently engaged in a major collaboration to support NASA-funded International Polar Year (IPY) activities.