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a city in western Germany near the Dutch and Belgian borders

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Target: Ownership rights over land in Aachen, Germany
Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, RWTH Aachen University, PauwelsstraBe 30, 52074 Aachen, Germany.
PAION is a listed biopharmaceutical company based in Aachen, Germany (Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Prime Standard, ISIN DE000A0B65S3).
Scotland boss Craig Brown will be relieved that the likes of France, Germany, Italy, Romania and Portugal won't be in the draw to be made in Aachen, Germany.
BOXING: Michael Loewe of Romania, pulling out the fight in the later rounds, won a split decision over Irishman Michael Carruth to retain his WBO welterweight title in Aachen, Germany.
Guest Speaker: Martin Moeller, German Wool Institute/Technical University of Aachen, Germany
Contract notice: Technical building equipment, heat equipment building new dikes 4th overall school gym, sandkaulstraE-e 75, 52062 aachen, germany.
The IKV in Aachen, Germany, is known internationally as one of the foremost academic incubators of new plastics technology.
Institut fur Kunststoffverarbeitung, 23rd International Plastics Technology Colloquium, Eurogress, Aachen, Germany, IKV, tel.
Results could be available by the end of this year, says Mariola Sohngen, a physician and managing director of Paion, the company commercializing the drug in Aachen, Germany.
AACHEN, Germany & TOMSK, Russia -- MainConcept AG and Elecard Ltd, two leading providers of video and audio compression technology, today announced that the companies have separated, split resources and will be focusing on different market segments in the future.
Around the same time, plastic flow and cooling behavior was being analyzed at the IKV (Institute for Plastics Processing) in Aachen, Germany, and at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.
Langer and Andreas Lendlein of the company mnemoScience GmbH and the Rheinisch-Westfalische University of Technology in Aachen, Germany, describe the new material in an upcoming issue of Science.