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What does RIGB stand for?

RIGB stands for Royal Institution of Great Britain (UK organisation for scientific research and communication)

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UN peace envoy Mr Blair was set to speak with former US president Mr Clinton at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London.
He goes unplugged in a specially recorded one-hour programme from the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain.
This specially-recorded one-hour programme from the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain sees the Prof take an audience of famous faces and members of the public on a journey through some of the most challenging concepts in physics.
Silence Therapeutics new operating address will be: Silence Therapeutics plc The Royal Institution of Great Britain 21 Albemarle Street W1S 4BS New Telephone Number: 020 7491 6520 New Fax Number: 020 7491 6521 The Company's registered office remains unchanged, being 22 Melton Street, London, NW1 2BW - Ends - Enquiries: For further information, please contact the following: Silence Therapeutics plc Powerscourt +44(0)20 7307 1620 +44(0)20 7250 1446 Iain Ross, Chairman & CEO Paul Durman Melvyn Davies, Finance Director Kay Larsen Nominated Advisers Nomura Code Securities Limited +44(0)20 7776 1200 Chris Collins About Silence Therapeutics plc (www.
The Royal Institution of Great Britain and get your claws into some crustacea.
Today's conference will hear from Professor Anne Glover, the chief scientific adviser for Scotland, and also from Prof Susan Greenfield, director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, who has recently completed a report called Getting to the Future First for the Government of South Australia, which is in the process of developing its science policy.
In February Tommy is due to attend the Art and the Altered Mind conference at London's Royal Institution of Great Britain to find out more about his illness.
This column is excerpted and adapted from Norman Solomon's June 5, 2003, presentation to the "Communicating the War on Terror" conference at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London, England.