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repurpose

To change the media format; for example, to go from print to online.
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Repurpose

Using a structure for a purpose other than for what it was originally intended.
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A total of 13 fortifications have been repurposed in Kinmen to date.
The company will operate Smart-ACT, a computational repurposed drug discovery, modelling and validation platform, which uses latest technology for systematic screening of present approved drug molecules against certain therapeutic targets.
would then be repurposed into the college and career center.
Market Inspector highlights several ways that used coffee grounds can be repurposed, such as for heating, creating biofuel, and producing environmentally friendly coffee cups.
Michale will be focusing on fragile X case study: the case for AI-driven drug repurposing vs conventional drug repurposing, setting up an online tool to share data: how patient groups can accelerate data access and data quality for their rare diseases, and translating repurposed drugs to pharma: how we can build viable commercial cases for the pharmaceutical industry.
Once the tanks have been repurposed, Fitch expects to see an improvement in utilization.
"However, plastic tarpaulins should only be repurposed for non-food and non-child applications as these often contain toxic additives such as cadmium, which may leach and contaminate the food or expose children to chemical hazards," reminded Alejandre who also noted that repurposing such tarpaulins as a stop gap measure.
"It was originally developed for angina, repurposed for erectile dysfunction and then again for pulmonary arterial hypertension, and now it has the potential to be repurposed again as an anti-cancer drug."
Educycle has repurposed more than 1,350 Windows computers and 300 Apple devices, at an estimated $1.8 million less than buying new.
The deal represents the first-ever repurposed programming arrangement done by a new-generation broadcast network, also known as a multicast network.
The purpose of this study is to determine if a repurposed antibiotic drug can improve the outcome for dogs with large cell lymphoma receiving concurrent prednisone compared to dogs receiving prednisone alone.