Choudhury is affiliated with the Ian Wark Research Institute at the University of South Australia-Mawson Lakes Campus.
What does IWRI stand for?
IWRI stands for Ian Wark Research Institute (University of South Australia)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 3 other meanings of IWRI in our Acronym Attic
- International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council
- Iowa Waste Reduction Center (Cedar Falls, Iowa)
- Isle of Wight Rural Community Council (Newport, UK)
- Inland Water Resources Division (Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection)
- Instytut Wspomagania Rozwoju Dziecka (Polish: Institute for Child Development)
- Integrated Water Resources Development and Management
- International Wheelchair Rugby Federation
- Irrigation and Water Resources Finance Corporation (India)
- Isle of Wight Rugby Football Club (UK)
- Indian Wells Resort Hotel (California; est. 1957)
- International Workshop on Research Issues in Digital Libraries (India)
- Integrated Water Resources Management
- International Workshop on Resource Mobilisation
- Institut für Wissenschaftliches Rechnen und Mathematischer Modellbildung (German: Institute for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling)
- Integrated Water Resources Management Planning (various locations)
- Integrated Water Resources Management Program
- Inner Western Region Migrant Resource Centre (Australia)
- Integrated Water Resources Management Systems
- Inter-American Water Resources Network
- International Workshop on Railway Noise (est. 1976; various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Last month Biosignal announced the involvement of biomaterials specialists, the Ian Wark Research Institute, in the animal and human trial programs throughout 2005.
PERTH, Australia -- Global nanotechnology company pSivida Limited (NASDAQ:PSDV, ASX:PSD, XETRA:PSI) announced today it has entered into a research and development collaboration with the Ian Wark Research Institute ("The Wark(TM)") at the University of South Australia to evaluate the potential of its BioSilicon(TM) platform for the delivery of protein- and peptide-based therapeutics.