Dennis Swyt, Chief, Precision Engineering Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Small Technology Expert Job Elders Among Participants in Event Designed to Create Partnerships and Opportunities for International Business Development The third Annual Iberoamerican Research and Development Summit (AIRDS) features Dr.
What does AIRDS stand for?
AIRDS stands for Annual Iberoamerican Research and Development Summit (Albuquerque, NM)
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We have 2 other meanings of AIRDS in our Acronym Attic
- Association of Ingersoll Rand Distributors
- ATCCIS Information Resource Dictionary (US Army)
- All India Resort Development Association
- Airborne Infrared Disaster Assessment System
- Air Defense Commander
- Air Delivery Operations
- Air Detachment (USAF)
- Association Internationale pour la Recherche en Didactique du Français (French: International Association for Research in Teaching of French)
- Aircraft Discrepancies Product (WCCS)
- Atmospheric Dispersion of Radionuclides
- Academic-Intellectual Resource Exchange
- Acute Infarction Ramipril Efficacy study
- Advanced Information Retrieval Engine (Illinois Institute of Technology)
- Advanced Intermediate Representation with Extensibility
- Agence pour l'Investissement dans la Recherche à l'Étranger (French: Agency for Investment in Research Abroad)
- Arizona Institute for Renewable Energy (Tempe, AZ)
- Arlington Initiative to Reduce Emissions (Virginia)
- Artificially Intelligent Reverse Engineer (from Mother of Storms novel by John Barnes)
- Association of Irish Riding Establishments
- Asthma Insights & Reality in Europe (asthma survey)
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Walter Bradley, Senators Jeff Bingaman and Pete Domenici Among Participants in Event Designed to Create Partnerships The second Annual Iberoamerican Research and Development Summit (AIRDS) welcomes former U.