Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at tigr.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • And a new group, called TIGR (a Russian acronym for Fellowship of Active Russian Citizens), is trying to turn the protests into a political challenge against the ruling elite.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • Obama has also formed a Technology, Innovation and Government Reform Team - known as TIGR - to work on implementing the use of new technology in government business.

    seMissourian.com Headlines

  • Mari Maeda of DARPA and Samuel Earp of Multisensor Sciences told about "Street Patrols in Iraq" that use a map-based application called TIGR

    GISuser - GIS and Geospatial Technology News

  • With just hours to go before the Obama transition finishes and the new government is born, the Technology Innovation and Government Reform group (i.e. TIGR) is featured on the Change. gov website.

    TIGR's Moment in the Sunlight: Noveck, Kundra, Mclaughlin Explain How Obama Transition is Using Tech to Innovate

  • Inside TIGR: A new video from the Obama transition introduces us to the TIGR team -- that is, the Technology, Innovation and Government Reform crew tasked with taking stock of what's what when it comes to U.S. government tech.

    Daily Digest: The Dawn of Day One

  • A new video from the Obama transition introduces us to the TIGR team -- that is, the Technology, Innovation and Government Reform crew tasked with taking stock of what's what when it comes to U.S. government tech ...

    Daily Digest: As the CTO Splits, OFA Meets the DNC

  • The video is only a few minutes long, but it gives a useful glimpse at the TIGR group's work and hints a broader changes to come under the Obama Administration.

    TIGR's Moment in the Sunlight: Noveck, Kundra, Mclaughlin Explain How Obama Transition is Using Tech to Innovate

  • By the following summer, Venter had quit NIH and raised enough venture capital to found the Institute for Genomic Research, or TIGR, where he would have complete control of all research, although any marketable discoveries would belong to the commercial wing of the enterprise, a company called Human Genome Sciences; this was his initial step onto the nonprofit/for-profit tightrope he has walked ever since.

    The God of Small Things

  • The institute is based in the same Rockville headquarters as TIGR — a miniature campus, with three low buildings roofed in Spanish tile, interspersed with ponds and greenery, and a taller building whose exterior panels are colored red and green, blue and yellow, to represent the four nucleotides (adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine) that bind together the DNA double helix and make up the code of life.

    The God of Small Things

  • TIGR is designed to surface information in bottom-up, web 2.0 fashion.

    Information, Culture, Policy, Education: Information warfare

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.

  • The Institute for Genomic Research

    September 17, 2014