Aglaia


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(Greek mythology) one of the three Graces

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(NASDAQ: AMBA), a developer of high-resolution video processing and computer vision semiconductors, and HELLA Aglaia, one of the global developers of intelligent visual perception software, have announced that they are partnering to deliver a platform for the next generation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), the company said.
It also shows the confidence of our investors M Ventures, Aglaia BioMedical Ventures and Novo Seeds in the highly innovative approach we are taking to address unmet needs in the field of oncology says CEO Uli Kessler.
Founded by Aglaia Oncology Fund, the company aims to harness its expertise in RNA delivery technologies and manufacturing to bring microRNA therapeutics to cancer patients.
Aglaia (1852-1906), beautiful and very lonely, had a son who went from a madhouse to another, dying away with paranoid schizophrenia; she herself was killed in the end by the Graves-Basedow disease.
Following our announcements on the R-Car V3M SoC and our partnership with HELLA Aglaia for front camera application software, the starter kit completes the offering to develop state-of-the-art front camera solutions.
Voravuthikunchai, "Terpenoid constituents and antifungal activity of Aglaia forbesii seed against phytopathogens," Canadian Journal of Chemistry, vol.
Studies on bioactivities of Pogostemon cablin essential oil to Delias aglaia L.
peishaensis, Cyclobalanopsis disciformis, Quercus bawanglingensis, Aglaia lawii, Toona ciliata, Cephaelis laui, Scutellaria hainanensis, Hedychium villoswn, Acanthephippium sylhetense, Bulbophyllum delitescens, Ceratostylis hainanensis, Cleisostoma simondii var.
The series A investment round was led by CPF and joined by two specialist investors; Novo Seeds, part of Novo A/S, and Aglaia Biomedical Ventures.
From Aglaia erythrosperma Pannell, ethyl eichlerianoate, eichlerialactone, and aglaialactone (all showing MIC of 25 [micro]g/ml) and cabraleadiol, cabraleahydroxylactone, cabralealactone, and flavagline (all showing MIC values of 50 [micro]g/ml) were obtained.
Aglaia (Meliaceae): an evaluation of taxonomic concepts based on DNA data and secondary metabolites.
Aglaia is the Managing Director of Sustainability Knowledge Group, providing Sustainability and CSR advisory and training services at international corporate level.
Separated from humans and living on an island, the sisters keep to themselves, as it is dangerous to mix with the world of man--until one day an astonishingly beautiful human girl arrives named Aglaia. She shares a tale of Endymion and the raiders who brutally attacked her village and stole everything from her, killing her family and leaving her with a lifelong burden and thirst for vengeance.