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What does MI stand for?

MI stands for Metropolitan Institute


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The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's Philly Green program has converted roughly 10,000 vacant lots over the last two decades, making it the ''gold standard,'' said Joe Schilling, who directs the Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech.
That paper, published in PLOS ONE by Junko Kimura-Kuroda of the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science, found that one of the pesticides, imidacloprid--an insecticide widely used in agricultural and consumer goods--was associated with brain shrinkage and reduced activity in nerve signals in newborn rats.
In the study published by the Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology in August 2013 researchers from the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Public Health demonstrated that synthetic cannabinoids display potent anti-inflammatory activity and marked inhibition of tumor promotion by TPA in the two-stage mouse skin carcinogenesis model.
An expert in both luxury real estate and interior design, Cruz has served as director of the Metropolitan Institute of Interior Design, Adjunct Professor at Briarcliffe College's Graphics Department, and was founder of the Long Island Latino International Film Festival.
But don't expect all the new population density to crop up in traditional cities and suburban towns, argues Robert Lang of Virginia Tech's Metropolitan Institute.
Co-director of the Metropolitan Institute Robert E.
Suggesting that these "boomburbs" have been neglected in the field of metropolitan studies, the authors (the co- director and former deputy director of the Metropolitan Institute, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) offer a profile of America's 56 boomburbs and 86 baby boomburbs (those with the same growth characteristics but only 50,000-100,000 in population as of 2000).