Definition of Technology Applications


Technology Applications means coated stents and other coated devices, (including stent grafts, vascular grafts, sweaty balloons and others), perivascular applications (films, pastes and beads), surgical paste applications and rheumatoid arthritis, but specifically does not include vanadium, psoriasis, multiple sclerosis and surgical adhesions (except to the extent surgical paste formulations developed with the University are used) at present and other new product applications conceived of or identified by the Company or its other collaborators in the future independent of the University, (o) UBC Trade-marks": any mark, trade-mark, service mark, logo, insignia, seal, design, symbol, or device used by the University in any manner whatsoever,
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Examples of Technology Applications in a sentence

Effective June 15, 1999, in the case of an employee of Technology Applications, Inc.
Communications Technology Applications, Inc., ASBCA No. 41573, 92-3 BCA P 25,211 (government's right to terminate stayed when bankruptcy filed, not when government notified); See also, Carter Industries, DOTCAB No. 4108, 02-1 BCA 31,738.
In addition, exploratory engineering design parameters of eddy covariance networks for carbon capture and storage have been addressed in the literature, supporting our systems architecture developments for forestry projects.91 PaC Technology Applications Pipeline The PaC applications developed for forest monitoring may also be applicable to other GHG business sectors including: *Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage ("CCUS") verification of CO2 storage performance and permanence.
GIS and Information Technology Applications ...........................................................................................
Artifacts that demonstrate each of the PPR Standards and Technology Applications Educator Standards.