NTU


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NTU

Network Termination Unit
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The NTU Rector exhorted the need that parents should keep a vigilant eye on their children so that they could be saved from smoking of cigarettes and using narcotics.
Airbus Defence and Space held an open call for research proposals covering innovative space technologies, and NTU had the only successful entry.
He also lauded the efforts of NTU towards industry-academia linkages and assured full support in organization of informative and academic sittings in FCCI.
NTU said the research findings open new opportunities for developing novel treatment solutions for patients suffering from memory loss due to dementia-related conditions such as Alzheimer's and even Parkinson's disease.
NTU Singapore says the new LIB technology has already been patented (presumably the method of making TiO2 nanotubes), and has attracted interest from the industry.
NTU together with its Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine will offer expertise in multi-disciplinary research fields including bioengineering, nanotechnology innovation, materials science to develop applications such as skin imaging and skin-mimetic materials.
Cathay Financial and the NTU institute pointed out that their indexes measuring the island's stock market performance and stock investor willingness over the past six months have considerably recovered.
In an unpredictable economy like this, just about anyone could use a little more financial certainty, and getting the tax refund they were originally due can help in a big way," said NTU Executive Vice President Pete Sepp.
If assuming the specific total NTU value constant for the heat exchanger, the NTU value for both sides exists in the following expression.
Elaborating on the technology to be explored, NTU's Associate Professor Volodymyr Ivanov, the Principal Investigator who leads the NTU team for the research collaboration, said, "NTU team has developed an innovative patented process, which is well suited for the treatment of industrial wastewater.
NTU dates to 1954, when the Government of Punjab and leading textile industrialists joined hands to form an Institute of Textile Technology in Faisalabad (formerly Layallpur).
Dr Allan Syms, chief executive, said: "I am very pleased with the award of this grant, as not only does it mean we will begin to develop our existing machines to detect superbugs such as MRSA, but it shows how well the collaboration with NTU is working.