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an industrial city in Moravia in Czech Republic to the southeast of Prague


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BioVendor group is an international diagnostics holding with headquarters in Brno, Czech Republic.
Assistant professor, PhD, Department of Regional Economics and Administration, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
BRNO, Czech Republic - Oregon volleyball player Canace Finley was part of the U.
NASDAQ: MLNK) said that Toshiba Electronics Europe GmbH has selected ModusLink's solution centre in Brno, Czech Republic to provide on-demand configuration capabilities.
Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, announced that scientists at the school have established a team of experts to examine issues related to locating a permanent nuclear waste repository for the country.
AUO built its solar module factory in Brno, Czech Republic in 2010, and has reached 150MW in capacity in 2012 This factory is in central Europe and the first Taiwanese automated solar module plant in the region.
3m to set up microdot production, and left soon after to set up holographic production at Allin Security, near Brno, Czech Republic.
With a stipend from the Canada Council of Arts and winnings from the Talent Competition of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, he studied in London with Barry Tuckwell and in Brno, Czech Republic with Prof.
Chloe was part of the England Schools team that won the bronze medal in the World Schools' Championships in Brno, Czech Republic, last month.
Slovak is affiliated with Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.
00pm) Action from both races at the 10th round, staged at the Masaryk Circuit in Brno, Czech Republic.
00pm Formula Masters, Brno, Czech Republic (Eurosport)
AUTO: Aberdeen's Ryan Sharp won his third FIA World GT Championship race of the season, powering his Jetalliance Aston Martin DBR9 to an eight-second victory at Brno, Czech Republic.
After thirty-three years spent supervising inventory in a state-run home-supplies store in Brno, Czech Republic, Jana Seda (1930-2007) retired and began to drift into a diminished old age.
Researchers in Brno, Czech Republic, put 401 children aged six-10 who had colds or flu into two groups, one receiving standard medication and the other receiving a nasal wash with a modified processed seawater solution.