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compelling immediate attention

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occurring unexpectedly and requiring urgent action

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coming into existence

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In its acquisition of the ACAM2000 business, Emergent also acquired a live viral fill/finish facility in Rockville, Maryland that will be responsible for the processing of bulk ACAM2000 into final packaged vaccine vials.
With the additional USD20m cash payment, Emergent has provided a total of USD65m in cash contributions to fund Aptevo's operations as a newly-launched oncology and haematology-focused company with a broad range of commercial, clinical and preclinical assets and a proprietary bispecific technology platform, ADAPTIR, focused on the development of immuno-oncology therapeutics.
This highly decorated and accomplished team of advisors have been brought together "for social good" by Emergent Digital founder and CEO Dave Roth, a digital marketing professional who built significant advertising relationships in his years spent as an early search marketing adopter in Silicon Valley, CA:
The companies will jointly develop ES414, with MorphoSys bearing 64% and Emergent 36% of the total costs.
95) per share in Emergent Group which incorporates an enterprise value of USD70m, including debt assumption.
Our analysis revealed six emergent themes framing changes in learner use of reciprocity in teacher leader thinking.
Emergent will also benefit from Microscience's strong intellectual property portfolio comprised of 18 patent families covering over 350 genes, with 101 initial applications.
The new work with plants is "the first experiment I know of where you can actually see what looks like a distributed computation taking place in a natural system," says Melanie Mitchell, who studies distributed emergent computation at Oregon Health and Science University in Beaverton.
As the monument has mutated into the landmark building, as architects have lost most conventional iconography, they now hope to find through a process of search and invention, some emergent metaphors, those that amaze and delight but are not specific to any ideology.
The workforce is becoming more emergent and less traditional, explains Hart.
We suspect such models can promote better understanding of the spatial-temporal evolution of network congestion, and other emergent phenomena in communication networks.
Murden argues that growing capabilities enable an emergent power to "broaden its interests in international regimes" (p.
This training manual was designed to provide information and support to Head Start teachers, staff, and parents in the area of emergent literacy.
Among those available ideologies, residing awkwardly alongside the dominant, humanist one, is an emergent, or perhaps pre-emergent, feminist one.
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