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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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In a press statement, Eutelsat said that it wishes to take a direct active part in the discussions on C-band clearing and repurposing.
"While our expanded Audio2Video features can be applied to any length of content, they are particularly effective in turning short-form content such as sports, news and talk segments into catchy visual experiences for repurposing to social platforms and promoting their brand."
In real estate, repurposing a parcel of land can turn out to be favorable to the community, and even to its neighboring areas.
The safety profiles and CMC perspectives of these drug molecules are typically well-established and therefore drug repurposing represents a lower risk approach for drug discovery/development.
The C-Band Alliance, or CBA, was established by Intelsat, SES, Eutelsat and Telesat to implement the safe and efficient clearing and repurposing of C-band spectrum, supporting the United States in its goal of leadership in 5G deployment and innovation.
SOM Biotech is a clinical-stage drug discovery and development company focused on repurposing drugs for orphan diseases of the Central Nervous System.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a meeting of the Michelin Action Group, which is trying to find ways of repurposing the plant and providing a future for staff.
Rather than demolish or sell the property, most board members expressed an interest in repurposing portions of the building.
The museum is one of the best examples of repurposing old buildings in the region, and is emerging as cultural landmark.
'This was designated as a vocational training centre, but we are repurposing it to serve as a centre to provide training to farmers on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), so they can learn new methods for improving their yield on the farm, and also get access to information about what you need to do to reach more markets for your produce,' he explained.
Companies like Healx are paving the way to success by repurposing existing drugs, meaning fewer complex trials, less expenditure, and a quicker timeline.