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NCC

abbr.
National Council of Churches

NCC

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Environmental Science) (the former) Nature Conservancy Council

NCC

or N.C.C.,

National Council of Churches.
Translations

NCC

N ABBR
1. (Brit) =Nature Conservancy CouncilICONA m, Icona m
2. (US) =National Council of Churches
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Professor William Hwang, Medical Director at NCCS, said, "This important research provides key clinical insights on how oncologists can better overcome the problem of cancer resistance.
PMW 270, NCCS Project Manager, Travis Methvin, from the Program Executive Office for Information Enterprise Systems (PEO EIS), explained his team develops and executes the Navy's overarching cloud brokerage structure.
SBIC's findings are a result of six years of comprehensive preclinical and clinical research in collaboration with Duke University, the NCCS, and the University of Rhode Island.
According to the reports, the NCCS aims to develop advanced tools and research technologies to protect Pakistan's cyberspace, sensitive data, and local economy from the cyber attacks.
According to a statement issued by the Air University, the NCCS aims to become the leading hub of innovation and scientific research to develop tools and technology to protect Pakistan's cyberspace and knowledge transfer to local economy and training.
The anomalies are calculated on the fly using a prototype of a climate data analytics tool in development at the NCCS. Developing this interface was considerably simplified by standardizing the data.
In Asia today, we have 17 NCCs. (7) We can see the strengths and weaknesses of these councils in terms of their commitment, performance, functions, financial situations, sense of ownership by member churches, programmes, visions and new initiatives, staff capacities, and leadership, and the list can go on.
A subset of biological key events relates to the specification, migration and differentiation of neural crest cells (NCCs).
National Co-ordination Councils (NCCs) set up in more than 70 countries now serve as NRNA's global network.
Newly constructed naphtha cracking centers (NCCs) have much larger capacities, most of them producing more than 1 million tons a year and some of them around 3 million tons.
announced today that Hitachi Asia has received an order for a proton beam therapy system ("PBT" system) from the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS), including a 10-year service and maintenance agreement.
This also applies to the National Collaborating Centres (NCCs), which started with a collaborative title, but not a collaborative practice.