UNBSUganda National Bureau of Standards
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The LPN bridge program was piloted at UNBs Saint John campus in 2013 with four cohorts.
With support from the federal government and the City of Fredericton, the University of New Brunswick (UNB) hosted the 62nd annual Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) in Fredericton this week.
In 1993, the FDA was revised to provide for the institutionalisation of the National Drugs Authority (NDA) and the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS).
The executive MBA students are also encouraged to apply theory in their own organisations in areas such as business innovation, large-scale and complex project management and e-business, all of which are the research strengths of UNBS.
Matt DeCourcey, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, on behalf of the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Canadas Minister of Natural Resources, today announced an investment of $300,000 to University of New Brunswick (UNB) for a climate change adaptation project.
A 50-year time capsule was placed in the buildings cornerstone, containing dozens of items such as a handcrafted pencil from a former kinesiology dean, a Fitbit, the UCard of UNBs 2017 Student Union president, and a 3D printed whistle created by an engineering student.
Thanks to investments by the Government of Canada and the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, the University of New Brunswicks (UNB) Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence will help to revolutionize the marine industry in Atlantic Canada.
This project builds on UNBs past collaborations with IBM to develop state-of-the-art runtime systems, which control a computers workflow and functionality.
Part of the money totaling to UGX 8.5billion will be financed by UNBS and the rest by government.
The RBC Innovative Action Fund will support a variety of experiential activities associated with UNBs Technology Management & Entrepreneurship program, creating new opportunities for students as well as members of the community.
It will make use of the e-tag quality certification and auditing operation of Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) and mPedigree s Goldkeys serialization and verification engine.
Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) is set to bring in new hi-tech machines worth $2.5m (about sh6.5b) to boost efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery.