SCRI


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SCRIScottish Crop Research Institute (formerly Scottish Horticultural Research Institute, United Kingdom)
SCRISupercomputer Computations Research Institute
SCRISecure Configuration Remediation Initiative
SCRISteel Can Recycling Institute
SCRISugar Crops Research Institute
SCRISpecialty Crops Regulatory Initiative
SCRISecure Compliance Remediation Initiative (DOD, DISA)
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During May 2012-April 2016, we also conducted prospective surveillance for persons with ILI and for asymptomatic persons (controls) at 2 outpatient clinics located in the catchment areas of the hospitals where we conducted SARI and SCRI surveillance: the Edendale Gateway Clinic in KwaZulu-Natal Province and the Jouberton Clinic in North West Province.
The addition of CDG is an important step for SCRI, as we continue to experience rapid growth in the management and oversight of clinical trials," said SCRI chief executive officer, Dee Anna Smith.
If sugar production levels in Egypt remain the same, SCRI Director Samia El-Maghraby said, imports will rise substantially to an estimated 1.
We then offer some insights into how we have used this information to adjust and modify subsequent versions of SCRI.
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The SCRI combustion technology enables practical application of homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI), a process that, in theory, can lower emissions while also achieving reduced fuel consumption.
Vice-president Pierre Dreux presented the award to Dr Ian Toth, the SCRI Head of Bacteriology in Dundee.
In 1994, the isolate Eca SCRI #1039 which originated from a blackleg infected potato plant in Scotland was kindly provided by Dr.
6%) have already purchased and/or expect to purchase H/DTV Production/Broadcast equipment by the year 2000, according to a just published survey by SCRI International, Inc (www.
He said that, according to the SCRI, Americans use 100 million steel cans a day.
SCRI President Bill Heenan reports that the increase in the number of food cans recycled reflects the broadened scope of many recycling programs as well as the growth of curbside programs throughout the nation.
The former president has agreed to remain at his post through September 30, and will continue to serve as a member of the SCRI Board of Directors thereafter.