The customs' dog unit was brought in along with a mobile laboratory, which has cutting-edge equipment to accurately detect narcotics.
What does MOLAB stand for?
MOLAB stands for Mobile Laboratory (Lunar)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Mystery Of Life
- Molecular Weight
- Major Orchestra Librarians Association (est. 1983; Philadelphia, PA)
- Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter
- Meeting of Officials on Land Administration (UN Economic Commission for Europe)
- Ministry of Legal Affairs (various locations)
- Ministry of Local Administration (UN)
- Missoula Outdoor Learning Adventures
- Museum of Living Artists (Germany)
- Museum of Latin American Art
- Multidimensional On-line Analytical Processing
- Ministry of Land and Resources (China)
- Modular Linux and Adaptive Runtime (computing; various schools)
- Ministry of Lands Agriculture and Rural Resettlement (Zimbabwe)
- Museum of London Archaeology Service
- Management of Learning Committee (EU)
- Monocyte-Derived Langerhans Cells (microbiology)
- Mothers of Lost Children (Davis, CA)
- Music of Life Church (Kimberly, WI)
- More or Less, at Charterer's Option (shipping)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Customs Dogs Unit and the Mobile Laboratory at Dubai customs, which incorporates modern drugs scanners, were called in.
Chief Scientist John Grotzinger said: "The most important thing about our mobile laboratory is that it eats dirt - that's what we live on.
The university's Intelligent Transport team has converted an electric car into a mobile laboratory.
Their mobile laboratory is self-contained with its own power generator, water supplies, and everything needed to spend as much time as needed in the field where it belongs.
Dubai Customs inspectors carried out both an X-ray scan and a manual search of the package before dispatching a mobile laboratory and sniffer dogs unit to verify the substance which is also known as crystal meth.
Japan's leading toilet manufacturer Toto, is the brainchild behind this curious creation, which uses a modified lavatory and a mobile laboratory for processing.
Tommy Swemmer and Agnes Hakweenda, learners at the Kleine Professor College are seen here experimenting with laboratory equipment as part of the mobile laboratory trolley used to carry out experiments which were on exhibition at the Millennium 2000 Computers stand.