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  • Based on his outstanding research work carried out at the MPIC – Mainz, the Scientific Steering Committee of the global change SysTem for Analysis, Research and Training (START), Washington, D.C.,

    Contributor: Bhola R. Gurjar

  • I was under the impression that the most reliable source was the research done in 2006 by the Research and Documentation Centre in Sarajevo, which took four years to make an accurate count.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Greens secured funds for FLOSS research in EU programs 7th Framework programme for Research; Community and Innovation Programme, Interoperability SA programme.

    Green Party on ‘copyright problems’

  • Credit Suisse First Boston research analyst Michael Ounjian downgraded Research in Motion to "underperform" from "neutral" citing "high share price volatility" surrounding the ongoing NTP litigation and increasing competition for the company's BlackBerry device.

    RIM's BlackBerry Faces Steeper Competitive Landscape

  • South Africans overwhelmingly opposed dagga being legalised, national survey by consumer market research company Research

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mr Mandela disappointed African leaders when he refused to sign a "research and development charter" drawn up by the Research and Development Forum for

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • From Regulus, Inc., for research under the direction of Mr.E. S. McVey, Research

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • What kind of Mickey Mouse economics smashes the Fast Forward Fund for research in the primary sector, and cancels the Research and Development tax credit for business, in favour of

    NZ On Screen

  • A new research and development facility opened in Auckland today by Research, Science and Technology Minister Wayne Mapp highlights a vital element of the Government's plan for economic growth.

    NZ On Screen

  • Most market research firms such as IDC and Gartner expect growth in smartphones to outpace PCs in 2010, leading to a flurry of new entrants into the sector once dominated by cellphone makers such as Nokia and Blackberry maker Research in Motion.

    The Globe and Mail - Technology RSS feed

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