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NIPSNational Institute for Physiological Sciences
NIPSNorthern Ireland Prison Service
NIPSNetwork Intrusion Prevention System
NIPSNon-Invasive Programmed Stimulation (cardiology)
NIPSNeonatal/Infant Pain Scale
NIPSNeural Information Processing System
NIPSNetwork I/Os Per Second
NIPSNaval Intelligence Processing System
NIPSNumerically Integrated Profiling System
NIPSNetherlands International Partnership for Sustainability (Netherlands and Costa Rica)
NIPSNASA Interactive Planning System
NIPSNMCC Information Processing System
NIPSNocturnal Investigation of Paranormal Situations (online video series)
NIPSNorthern Ireland Pain Society
NIPSNaval Intelligence Processing Center Upgrade Program
NIPSNational Intelligence Processing System
NIPSNavy Information Policy Summary
NIPSNTCS-A Information Processing Services
NIPSNational Internet-Based Partner Services (support group)
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The NIPS Advisory Council consists of eminent multi-sectoral stakeholders to provide high-level advice and guidance to the functioning of NIPS.
Nips Pop Fest 2018 is giving the young and young at hearts an outlet where they can share their flair for music to a wide audience.
NIPS screens for aneuploidies based on analysis of fetal DNA circulating in the maternal bloodstream.
In addition, MIPs have much higher adsorption amount for CAP than NIPs. The reason is that there are apparent differences in tri-dimensional structure between the MIPs and the NIPs.
A typical blown film system uses four cameras to watch the die, winders, oscillating nip, and edge trimming.
Reduced Nip Impulse Pressing--which produces products that can better compete with TAD products--has been gaining momentum.
During the second step, the film is coated on a substrate and then goes through a nip constituted of two rolls: a chill roll cooled down by cold water and a nip roll covered with a rubber layer.
All winders use some combination of nip pressure, web tension, and drive torque to control film winding.
If the fluids encountered in the process cause the hardness to change or the roll cover to swell, the width of the nip area will change.