The Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI) requires one compact, bench-top, mass spectrometer, which is:
What does BSI stand for?
BSI stands for BioSciences Institute (Ireland, UK)
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We have 282 other meanings of BSI in our Acronym Attic
- Bilan Social Individualisé (French: Individual Social Assessment)
- Billing Solutions, Inc.
- Bina Sarana Informatika
- Biodiversity Surveys and Inventories (Smithsonian Institution program)
- Bioinformatics Solutions, Inc. (Waterloo, Canada)
- Bioinformatics Summer Institute (University of Minnesota)
- Biological Sciences Initiative
- Biological Sciences Institute (various locations)
- Biological Specimen Inventory System (Information Management Services, Inc.)
- Biophotonic Solutions, Inc.
- Biospherical Instruments Inc. (est. 1977)
- Biotechnical Services, Inc.
- Biothane Systems International BV (Netherlands)
- Black Sheep Inn (various locations)
- Blanchier Solutions d'Impression (French printing company)
- Blind Spot Information System (vehicle safety)
- Blood System Infection
- Bloodstream Infection
- Bloody Sunday Inquiry (UK)
- Blue Sky Institute (West Jordan, UT)
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The Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute is a leading provider of scientific research and services to government, non-governmental and commercial organizations.
Queen's University, the University of Ulster, Invest Northern Ireland, Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, Inter-TradeIreland and Brussels-based Northern Ireland government staff are all involved in the network.
The group also called at the Agri-food and Biosciences Institute in Hillsborough to hear of research into reducing the carbon footprint of cattle.
Scientists from the Energy Biosciences Institute write that a \"one size fits all\" approach is probably not sustainable, especially if the crops use a lot of water.
In Brief: Researchers at the Energy Biosciences Institute at the University of Illinois (U of I) have discovered widespread occurrence of plant-parasitic nematodes in the first reported nematode survey of Miscanthus and switchgrass plants used for biofuels.
The warning comes from the Farmers' Union of Wales and follows publication of a joint report - by Queen's University, Belfast; the Northern Ireland Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, and the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute of University of Missouri - on the impact of changes to the European CAP proposed by Defra and the UK Treasury back in 2005.
Now completing its second year of a 10-year funding commitment from the energy company BP, the Energy Biosciences Institute (EBI) finds itself a central player in the international network of scientists looking for sustainable, renewable, environmentally friendly alternatives to transportation fossil fuels.