InSPACE

AcronymDefinition
InSPACEInvestigating the Structure of Paramagnetic Aggregates from Colloidal Emulsions (US NASA experiment)
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VR and inspace images clearly displayed the relationship of the lesion to vascular and peripheral tissues.
Colin Enticknap, chief executive of Willmott Dixon, said: "The launch of Inspace brings into reality the exciting and ambitious growth plans we have.
It is as if the figures remained surrounded by the enormous borders of a scuffed and dusty background--but that groun d becomes the room, the street, the tricky inspace of the viewer's mind.
A, BBC, Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG), Conhem, Court TV, E-Channels Corporation, Energis, iFilm, Inspace (PaseLatino), PBA, Skanova, Telia, Vidzone, and Warner Bros.
Inspace, astronauts Velcro[TM] themselves to their bunks, so they don't float around when they are sleeping.
Surles, now a vice president at Inspace, the space insurance brokerage that is part of Willis Corroon, Spacehab's new brokers.
Permanent human occupancy inspace, with crews continually present aboard earth-orbiting stations, is a goal that has been cited in the past by both U.
Located in Caesarea, Israel, OrthoSpace is a privately held medical device company that manufactures InSpace, an orthopedic biodegradable balloon system that is simple, safe and a minimally invasive method that addresses unmet clinical needs in rotator cuff repair.
Proceeds from the transaction will support the company's flagship product, InSpace, a disruptive technology for the treatment of severe rotator cuff tears.
Last May, Mark Quinn, senior vice president of Willis Inspace, led a team of brokers that placed launch and in-orbit travel coverage for two powerful communications satellites.
Steven Curley and Kieran Dunn are both roofing apprentices at Inspace in Kingstanding.