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What does HARC stand for?

HARC stands for Houston Advanced Research Center

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The Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) recently announced the publication of its annual Fuel Cell Industry Assessment Report, which provides summaries of the commercial activities of 110 key fuel cell stack developers and system manufacturers.
Mary Jane Cunningham, currently with the Houston Advanced Research Center (Houston, TX) and formerly from the Molecular Mining Corporation (Kingston; Ontario, Canada), has used genomic tools to probe the effects chemicals have on gene expression in both male and female rats.
It's a semi-arid region and the availability of water has always been a constraint on development," says economist Mitchell Mathis, a senior researcher at the Houston Advanced Research Center in Woodlands, Texas, who directed an international study on the lower Rio Grande basin.
The Houston Advanced Research Center will unveil an interactive multimedia web application in September demonstrating the latest advances in environmentally friendly drilling technologies.
Mary Jane Cunningham is the associate director of Life Sciences & Health at the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) in The Woodlands, Texas.
The Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) recently announced that a group of 14 corporations, regulatory agencies and universities has agreed to work together in support of a HARC program designed to "evaluate the performance of stationary fuel cell [(FC)] systems.
PASADENA, Texas -- The Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC), in partnership with the Pasadena Independent School District (PISD) and Ignite Solar, LLC, today announced that construction is complete for the installation of three solar installations totaling approximately 145 kilowatts (kW) of energy at Sam Rayburn and South Houston High Schools.