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Synonyms for NRC

an independent federal agency created in 1974 to license and regulate nuclear power plants

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We are excited about moving forward as part of NRC and believe the combination of NRC and Emerald Alaska will enable us to continue to support and expand our services to our customers throughout the state.
For 2014, 17 country programmes as well as NRC s Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC), and ACAPS, a project to support coordinated assessments, will receive Sida funding.
The NRC responded to a NASA request, and its study contains similar findings to the other studies.
Using the first approach with the NRC NOAEL, the RfD would lie in the range of 0.
The NRC made its decision, according to Markey, "at the behest of the nuclear industry.
NRC also is working to dispel many of the myths associated with recycling, such as the idea that it costs more than it can contribute to the economy.
Mining and forestry are the responsibility of Natural Resources Canada, not the NRC.
I chair the Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology (BEST), have chaired several NRC committees, and have served on others.
Under the partnership, the NRC will educate its national network of 20 state affiliates and more than 4,000 member recycling organizations and advocates around the country about the Reuse-A-Shoe program.
The CPFC will build on NRC's Institute for Microstructural Sciences (IMS) located on the Montreal Road campus in Ottawa to take advantage of the extensive expertise and facilities within NRC and the strategic partnership with Carleton University.
Why," asked Michael Mariotte, executive director of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS), "if the information on the NRC's website is so potentially valuable to terrorists, did the NRC wait a full month to review its material?
If you were to stand in front of that for even a few minutes, you could receive a lethal dose of radiation,'' said NRC spokesman Breck Henderson.
Increasingly, they carry out most of the day-to-day research in many laboratories, the NRC panel discovered.
DeBoer, president and chief operating officer of the NRC.