Specifically, Christie CP4230 projectors, Christie Boxer 4K30 projectors, and Christie Roadster projectors will form critical
components for the informative keynote and panel sessions to ensure the utmost visual experiences as artists and creators showcase their work.
I refer to the 28S and 18S ribosomal RNAs (rRNAs), which form critical
building blocks of the ribosomal assemblies used for protein synthesis.
Business results are increasingly dependent on external providers who form critical
parts of your value chain -- both in the supply chain and on the distribution side.
It calls for communities to form Critical
Inquiry Teams that include the participation of mental health professionals.
Jim Baker, director of UT Arlington Intercollegiate Athletics, called the Texas Trust partnership a significant endorsement of the University's programs and goals and an opportunity for the credit union to form critical
relationships with individuals and local businesses.
They form critical
production links where unplanned downtime or time-consuming maintenance is intolerable.
This is a historic, collaborative step that will unify the state's two research universities to form critical
advancement in the area of energy storage devices and batteries.
If you do not give students the chance to acquire all the knowledge they want, they cannot form critical
thinking skills, a trait vitally important in college life.
It will help us increase the political power of public health in Massachusetts and it helps us form critical
relationships across sectors to solve these problems.
He begins to change physically hour by hour but what will make his new form critical
is if he is able to use alien weaponry.
Williams said the baby boomer generation "dropped the ball" and did not strive to form critical
connections with Black youth.
These projects, such as a mentoring partnership between the College of DuPage and the Technology Center of DuPage, help to form critical
relationships between students and adults that ensure student success.