Also found in: Medical.
NaBrSodium Bromide
NaBrNational Association for Biomedical Research
NaBrNatural Bridges National Monument (US National Park Service)
NaBrNational Alliance for Belizean Rights (Belize)
NaBrNeighbors Allied for the Best Riverfront (Delaware River; Philadelphia, PA)
NaBrNorth American Bavarian Racing (Virginia)
NaBrNot above Baton Rouge (shipping)
References in periodicals archive ?
Under the heading "Combating a movement meant to immobilize research: Over the years, animal rights groups have proven themselves savvy, sophisticated and unrelenting in their aim to halt biomedical research," NABR refers to the animal-rights successes in the Silver Spring Monkey Case and the University of Pennsylvania Head Injury Clinic as "stunts" by an "extremist group.
Combing the resources of the NLBA and NABR will allow both organizations to help serve their members in many new ways," said NLBA president Gary McClenaghan.
Noting, as does the dissent, that "[t]he decision below has broad potential impact on litigation affecting matters of substantial public interest," NABR focused on their concern that the holding is "broadly applicable to many medical research facilities.
After studying a number of reports and hard data, NABR stands in opposition to any legislation that we feel would do more harm than good," said John Burcham, Jr.
For the second time this year, Donlen has been recognized by the NABR.
This award is a powerful recruitment tool in the drive to attract and retain exceptional employees in the Chicagoland area," said Jennifer Kluge, NABR president.
Through this list, NABR recognizes organizations throughout Chicago that display a commitment to excellence in human resources practices and employees enrichment.