Lasea

Lasea

(lāsē`ə), ancient town of Crete, S of Candia. It was near the harbor called Fair Havens. The Acts of the Apostles reports that it is where Paul landed. Some ruins remain.
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In addition to TU Dresden, partners of the LAMpAS project include: Trumpf, Lasea, Bosch, BSH Hausgerate, Next Scan Technology, New Infrared Technologies (NIT) and the European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC).
Speakers include those from: Microrelleus, TU Dresden, Trumpf, Next Scan Technology, New Infrared Technologies - which will present on high speed MWIR cameras for monitoring laser-based surface texturing processes - Lasea, and Femtika.
The project consortium, consisting of partners Fraunhofer ILT, Amplitude Systemes, Lasea, AA Opto-Electronic, and RWTH Aachen University, is now planning the next step in the development of ultrafast laser processing technology.
The consortium counts with three large companies like FAURECIA, PSA and VALEO as end users mainly dedicated to automotive sector, LASEA as SME laser source integrator and ANDALTEC as high-tech SME supporting innovation in the plastic field.
Sympatric Australian Lasea species (Mollusca: Bivalvia) differ in their ploidy levels, reproductive modes and developmental models.
bicolor, Brachidontes solisianus, Lasea adansoni and Hyale nigra; ii) density increase over time, presented by Collisella subrugosa; and iii) constant values of density over time, presented by Syllidae polychaetes (Figure 6).
CASE No: CV-2008-611-1st Division MARQUITA LASEA HALLSTEAD, DEFENDANT
Amphi-Atlantic phylogeography of direct-developing lineages of Lasea, a genus of brooding bivalves.
Thus, small animals that live abundantly in holdfasts of turf algae, such as the bivalve clam Lasea cistula and the gastropod snails Barleeia sp., Caecum sp., and Tricolia sp., were ignored.
Evolution of asexuality in the cosmopolitan marine clam, Lasea. Evolution 49:140-150.
The 'MultiFlex' project consortium, consisting of partners Fraunhofer ILT, Amplitude Systemes, Lasea, AA Opto-Electronic and RWTH Aachen University, is planning what it says is the next step in the development of ultrafast laser processing technology.