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In this case, ARL is leveraging industrial fabrication capabilities allowing ARL to maximize its return on investment," said John Miller, Army Research Laboratory Director.
Figure 2 further quantifies the low wafer-to-wafer variation obtainable using Novellus' new ARL process technology.
She is also a member of the ARL Special Collections Task Force and has recently compiled the white paper, "Hidden Collection, Scholarly Barriers," which is discussed in this issue of Library Trends.
The 768 400 MHz processors will help to quadruple the ARL MSRC's computing power, making the facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.
Running at a top speed of 160 km/h, Thailand's ARLs are considered semi-high speed, whereas high-speed trains can travel faster than 200 km/h.
True to its heritage of being pioneers and pacesetters and keeping the national interests supreme in all its endeavors, ARL rose to the occasion by conceiving a 165 MW fuel oil fired thermal power plant at Morgah, Rawalpindi and a special purpose company by the name of Attock Gen Ltd (AGL) was incorporated.
The committee assumed that all ARL libraries were involved in special collections to some degree.
Robinson had been due to join the ARL on a four-year contract next week.
Arthur Schwartz, Aura's CTO said, "In May 2009, at NDIA's (National Defense Industry Association) Joint Service Power Expo, ARL reported on the performance of numerous mobile power solutions including the VIPER.
Additional Secretary Kamran Lashari Ministry of Environment was the chief guest on the occasion and presented this award to ARL representative.
ARL has a1s successfully added JP-8 to its range of Jet fuels production, which already includes JP-1.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Animal Rescue League (ARL) of Boston has received a $3 million grant from The Stanton Foundation, the largest private contribution in the ARL of Boston's 109-year-old history.