NYBCNew York Blood Center
NYBCNew York Building Congress (New York, NY)
NYBCNew York Bicycling Coalition
NYBCNational Yiddish Book Center
NYBCNew York Bondage Club (adult fetish club; New York, NY)
NYBCNew York Business Corporation Law (New York State Division of Corporations)
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According to the NYBC, most politicians agree that the time has come to increase the gas tax in order to keep the Highway Trust Fund solvent and provide revenue for new transportation projects.
After more than 40 years of experiments, NYBC ended itas Liberian project following a campaign by animal activists and the chimps were left on the island with little natural food or water.
Shopee Head of Business Intelligence Martin Yu with NYBC delegates.
The five-year grant was awarded by the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to Dr Sara Lustigman, head of Laboratory of Molecular Parasitology at NYBC's Lindsley F.
Each year, NYBC provides approximately 1m blood products to nearly 200 hospitals in the Northeast.
NYBC's rare collection of homozygous units presents a unique opportunity to make iPSC lines that will be capable of making any human tissue and being matched to a large number of people.
It turns out that, while NYBC employees weren't pleased to depart Manhattan for Queens, they weren't sorry to leave assorted basement spaces for a workplace awash in natural light.
To get involved, or learn more about the New York Bicycling Coalition, visit the NYBC website at www.nybc.net.
Immigrant-born, men and women who had worked a lifetime, became in their later years the most devoted of Lansky's zamlers, collectors of Yiddish books for the NYBC. They were the last representatives of a culture that many of us can recall, but which no longer exists.
In the wake of terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center last Tuesday, New York City hospitals have not registered many survivors or rescue workers who require multiple transfusions, reported NYBC's Linda Levi, communications director of the nation's largest blood collection and disbursal center.
For more than 30 years, the New York Blood Center (NYBC) has been a singular healthcare resource, serving one of the most diverse populations in the world.