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Eco

Umberto. born 1932, Italian semiologist and writer. His novels include The Name of the Rose (1981) and Foucault's Pendulum (1988)

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ECOS project participation is also having a positive impact on overall science learning for both students and teachers.
The ECOS online archive now extends back to the first issue, in 1974, representing over 5000 articles in a unique and valuable 37-year historical spectrum of environmental reporting on which to draw; ECOS can remain accessible free-of-charge thanks to CSIRO support.
At present, ECOS is developing 16 projects in China and Vietnam.
Management believes that the combined effect of the reduction in rents and long-term debt represent major steps forward for ECOS Group.
VIENNA, Austria & Munich, Germany -- After a private equity syndicate, including the lead investors ECOS and S-UBG Bayer, invested a total of EUR 2.
800-444-4980; or Enrique Tomeu or David Langle, ECOS Group, Inc.