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being in the original position

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In-Situ uses 3D augmented reality for people to scan video of their room, drop in scale versions of the product, even giving close-ups of the fabric or grain of the wood.
For this study, the in-situ rain gauge data is considered as reference and CMORPH SRE as raw data that needs to be assessed and then corrected.
The global in-situ hybridization market was valued at $554.
The project had obtained all major environmental permits under BHP in the late 1990s, and Curis has been in the process of amending and updating these permits for a Phase 1 in-situ production test facility.
Among the topics are spatially resolved X-ray absorption spectroscopy, the pair distribution function analysis of high-energy X-ray scattering data, infrared spectroscopy on powder catalysts, applying ambient-pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy for the in-situ investigation of heterogeneous catalytic reaction, combining infrared spectroscopy with X-ray techniques for interrogating heterogeneous catalysts, and catalyst imaging using synchrotron-based multi-technique approaches.
Ur-Energy Inc (TSX:URE)( NYSE MKT:URG), a uranium mining company, has started uranium production activities at its wholly-owned Lost Creek in-situ recovery project in south-central Wyoming on August 2, 2013.
After a MPM meter has been successfully installed in the field, the purpose of the in-situ verification system is to provide the user with documentation of the integrity of the measurements from the meter and to further improve the robustness and accuracy of the measurements.
Both strip mining and in-situ mining take up a lot of arable lands.
Additionally, the company stated that the patent covers its equipment and process developed to perform in-situ orientation of its sapphire crystals within different fabrication tools used by it.
Recent work within Chelsea's R&D department has now yielded equivalent sensitivity performance from the UviLux in-situ fluorometer.
Assigned: Goodyear Tire & Rubber Key statement: The present invention discloses an emulsion polymerization process that comprises: (1) preparing an aqueous polymerization medium which is comprised of (a) at least one monomer, (b) a polymerization control agent, and an emulsifier, wherein the emulsifier is prepared in-situ within the aqueous polymerization medium; and (2) initiating polymerization of said monomer within the aqueous polymerization medium.
The breakthrough ST100 Series Thermal Mass Flow Meter from Fluid Components International (FCI) (San Marcos, CA) is now available with FCI's VeriCal In-Situ Calibration Verification System, combining advanced measurement capability with the convenience of in-situ calibration verification, to lower operating costs in flare gas applications aboard offshore platforms, land-based oil/gas facilities, and chemical plants.
1 November 2011 - US environmental and aquaculture monitoring systems developer In-Situ Inc announced on Tuesday it had bought PR Aqua Supplies Ltd, a Canadian aquaculture solutions provider, the buyer said in a statement.
In-situ method for manufacturing of these composites, comes into sight in the middle of '80 years, offers a thermodynamic stability of fine and disperses particles into the aluminum matrix due to the fact that germination and reinforcement particles growth take place exact in the alloy matrix, ensureing a strong connection at the interface between particles and matrix [5].
Northampton based product design company 3di Consulting has designed a construction industry headwall system which cuts costs by 30 per cent and greatly reduces installation time when compared with a traditional cast in-situ concrete headwall.
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