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KITKeep It Together
KITKeep In Touch
KITKick It
KITKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (Karlsruhe, Germany)
KITKyoto Institute of Technology (Kyoto, Japan)
KITKoninklijk Instituut Voor de Tropen (Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands)
KITKey Information Technology (various locations)
KITKunst Im Tunnel (German: Art in Tunnel)
KITKaman Industrial Technologies (Connecticut)
KITKenaitze Indian Tribe (Alaska)
KITKaleil Isaza Tuzman (entrepreneur)
KITKubota Image Tools (digital photography)
KITKeep It True
KITKernel Software for Intelligent Terminals
KITKilled In Training
KITKAPSE (Kernel Ada Programming Support Environment) Interface Team
KITKnowledge in Technology
KITKingston Interactive Television (Hull, UK)
KITKnowledge and Information Technology (journal)
KITKrisen-Interventions-Team
KITKirin International Trading (Japan)
KITKolhapur Institute of Technology (Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India)
KITKnowledge-based Information Tutorial
KITKnight Industries Technology
KITKill in Transit (gaming)
KITKaren Importance Test (Wikipedia article test)
KITKernel for Intelligent Terminals
KITKyushu Institute of Tourism (Japan)
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html) a Japanese research team from Kyoto Institute of Technology and Keio University last year discovered a species of bacteria - Ideonella sakaiensis - that naturally breaks down polyethylene terephthalate, or PET, a lightweight colorless plastic used to manufacture water bottles and polyester clothing, among other products.
TOKYO, Aug 17, 2016 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701), in collaboration with the Kyoto Institute of Technology and a representative Japanese lacquerware artist, Dr.
Kensuke Nakamura of Kyoto Institute of Technology and Takao Kurokawa of Osaka University said that identifying body shape components was critical for designing close-fitting products, whether underwear, everyday clothes, or safety garments.
Jinnai, an invited speaker at the American Chemical Society Fall conference held in Boston during the week of August 20th, uses a JEOL Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) in his nanomaterials research at the Kyoto Institute of Technology.
Scientists at Sea World succeeded in artificially inseminating a killer whale, and researchers at the Kyoto Institute of Technology discovered that dandruff helps dolphins swim faster.
In a paper published in the May issue of the Journal of Turbulence, Yoshimichi Hagiwara of the Kyoto Institute of Technology and his colleagues report that the flaky surface reduces drag, enabling dolphins to slip through the water.
Representatives from the Kyoto Institute of Technology say this method was effective in eliminating voidsfrom epoxy/glass composites.
Japan; Shinzon Kohjiya, Kyoto University, Japan; and Yuko Ikeda, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.
Shinzo Kohjiya, Kyoto University; and Yuko Ikeda, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.
Hsiao, State University of New York at Stony Brook: Masatoshi Tosaka, Sirilux Poompradub and Shinzo Kohjiya, Kyoto University, Japan; and Yuko Ikeda, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.
Ikeda, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan; and Shigeyuki Toki, Igors Sics and Benjamin S.
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