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Rosetta

(rəʊˈzɛtə)
n
(Placename) the former name of Rashid

Ro•set•ta

(roʊˈzɛt ə)

n.
a town in N Egypt, on the Nile. 36,700.
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The Rosetta 2017 Advisory Group meeting will explore a range of topics, including the importance of digital preservation itself, major challenges facing digital preservation in the future, and ways in which users are taking advantage of the integration capabilities of Rosetta to further streamline their workflows and facilitate their day-to-day preservation and management tasks.
Based on the positive reception to their initial partnership announced in March, SourceNext has entered into an agreement to pursue the acquisition of Rosetta Stone's Japanese entity, in order to accelerate plans to develop innovative applications for the Rosetta Stone brand in Japan.
said Noble Energy (NYSE: NBL) has agreed to acquire Rosetta Resources Inc.
Rosetta Cancer Tests are a series of microRNA-based diagnostic testing services offered by Rosetta Genomics.
According to Kenneth A Berlin, president and CEO of Rosetta Genomics, the total number of covered lives for which the Rosetta Cancer Origin Test could be adjudicated as 'in-network' now exceeds 61m, which means that one-in-five Americans are covered for the Rosetta Cancer Origin Test.
Alexander believes the Rosetta mission represents this generation's attempt to explore an entirely new environment.
We get mixed reactions,'' said Rosetta, who has raised about $4,000 over two years for Washington-based nonprofit SOS Children's Villages, which operates 450 orphanages worldwide.
As a result of the transaction, Murphy will own 80 percent of the issued and outstanding common shares of Rosetta.
This order of the Rosetta Resolver system by a biopharmaceutical company of the caliber of Immunex is further evidence of the strength of the Rosetta Resolver gene expression system for the analysis of the genetic causes of disease in combination with DNA microarrays," said Stephen Friend, M.
Following the transaction, shareholders of Rosetta are expected to own 9.
I don't know if he's alive or dead,'' Rosetta Effinger said.