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CRL

Carnegie Representation Language.

Carnegie Group, Inc. Frame language derived from SRL. Written in Common LISP. Used in the product Knowledge Craft.
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Paul Leff, VP of Discovery Enabling Capabilities and Sciences, AstraZeneca adds, "We chose to work with ChemBridge and CRL because of their reputation and abilities in drug discovery chemistry and library synthesis.
The CRL Push-Through Gloveport system from DE-STA-CO allows for rapid glove changes and minimized risk of operator or material exposure.
Scheduled to launch in conjunction with the new technology, CRL Imaging Southdale has rebranded its breast related services to, "CRL Women's Imaging.
By tracking prospect conversion ratios, cost per lead, and additional marketing metrics, Voyager Senior Housing helps CRL determine the effectiveness of newspaper ads, direct mail, and other marketing campaign elements in attracting prospects.
The DE-STA-CO booth at WM2015 will include a glovebox/hot cell equipped with CRL Push-Through Gloveports and a CRL Waste Drum Transfer System, as well as two CRL products introduced last year: the G-LDR telemanipulator and CleanRTP rapid transfer port.
HTG's assay technology will be exhibited at CRL Global Services' Booth #626 at the Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference in San Francisco from February 25-27, 2009.
The CRL contains requests for additional information on the Zalviso System to ensure proper use of the device.
This partnership will enable us to provide wider access to rare American materials," said Bernard Reilly, President of CRL.
Our new G-LDR was developed in response to changing customer needs," explains Jeff Graupmann, CRL global product manager for remote handling.
CRL has joined a coalition of civil rights, consumer, labor and community development organizations calling on policymakers to rein in risky lending practices in the loosely regulated mortgage market.