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NUS

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Education) National Union of Students
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These results were based on the latest Joint Graduate Employment Survey 2017, which was jointly conducted by NUS and the other Autonomous Universities.
This partnership between GE and NUS holds promise for adding a new dimension to integrating basic and applied research with commercial application for NUS and Singapore," Prof Shih added.
Since the Bursary Funds inception in 2015, more than S$750,000 has been raised and 34 needy NUS students have benefitted.
Nu Skin Enterprises (NYSE:NUS) offers more than 200 products through a network of 820,000 active independent distributors and preferred customers, and achieves $1 billion sales figures in 40 international markets.
Commenting on the licensing agreement, Professor Jacob Phang, CEO of NUS Enterprise and Director of INTRO, said: "NUS is home to many world-class research groups.
An initiative of the NUS Alumni Advisory Board, the event reinforces NUS strong tradition of serving and contributing to the country and society.
4 GHz and 5 GHz radios, the Cisco Aironet 1200 Series provides NUS with a migration path to the 54 Mbps bandwidth with the IEEE 802.
In the report, NUS Consulting recaps overall developments in the world's electricity industry, including deregulation's effects on electricity pricing.
When deregulation was implemented in 1999, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, capped the prices local utilities could offer in the market," said Richard Soultanian, co-president of NUS Consulting, a 70-year old leader in utility cost-reduction programs.
Substantial cost savings opportunities exist in Massachusetts as a result of certain legislation and its effects on tariffs," said Richard Soultanian, co-president of NUS Consulting, a 70-year old leader in utility cost-reduction programs.
The 14 countries surveyed in NUS Consulting Group's detailed report are: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.