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What does WAU stand for?
WAU stands for Wageningen Agricultural University
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We have 7 other meanings of WAU in our Acronym Attic
- World Administrative Telegraph and Telephone Conference (various locations)
- Worldwide Administration Telegraph and Telephone Conference
- Wave and Tidal Technology Symposium (UK)
- Western Atlantic Thermohaline Transport Study (marine science)
- Wide Area Telecommunication/Telephone Service
- Western Approaches Tactical Unit (US Navy)
- Writing Across the University
- Washington Alliance of Technology Workers
- We Are the World (song)
- WWMCCS ADP Traffic Working Group
- Waupaca (Amtrak station code; Waupaca, WI)
- Wausau (Wisconsin)
- What About You
- Windows Anytime Upgrade (Microsoft program)
- Wireless Access Unit
- Women for Aryan Unity
- World Around Us
- West African Unit of Account (currency)
- Wisconsin All-computer Users Club (Milwaukee, WI)
- World Association of Universities and Colleges
Samples in periodicals archive:
Scientists at Wageningen Agricultural University, (PO Box 8129, 6700 EV Wageningen, The Netherlands) are developing a general technique for quantifying the effects of microbial interactions.
In the April 13 NATURE, Madeleine Beekman, now at the University of Sheffield in England, and her colleagues at Wageningen Agricultural University in the Netherlands give the first detailed account of Cape conquests in experimental hives of European bees.
Scientists at Wageningen Agricultural University, (PO Box 8129, 6700 EV Wageningen, The Netherlands) are developing a general procedure for quantifying the effects of microbial interactions.
Several years ago, Willem Takken and his colleagues at Wageningen Agricultural University in the Netherlands found that a species called Anopheles gambiae loves both stinky feet and Limburger cheese.
After his PhD at Lublin Agricultural University he worked for four years at Wageningen Agricultural University after which he returned to Lublin.
With antibiotics, "you can cure a line of its parthenogenesis and make it sexual," says Stouthamer, now at the Wageningen Agricultural University in the Netherlands.
Jaski graduated from Wageningen Agricultural University in the Netherlands, and later obtained an MBA at INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.