At least 12 federal agencies have provided support to wood utilization research and product development activities, including the U.
What does WUR stand for?
WUR stands for Wood Utilization Research (USDA)
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We have 7 other meanings of WUR in our Acronym Attic
- World Union for Progressive Judaism
- Washington University Physician Network (St. Louis, MO)
- Wad Up Printer Output (assembly language opcode)
- Waynesburg University Payment Plan (Waynesburg, PA)
- Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photopolarimeter Experiment (space)
- World University Presidents Summit
- Verkehrsverbund Wupper-Sieg
- Wageningen Universiteit en Researchcentrum (Dutch: Wageningen University and Research Centre; Netherlands)
- Wageningen University and Researchcenter (Netherlands)
- Whole Unit Repair (repair services)
- Work Unit Rate (construction)
- Work Utilization Ratio (intensive care research)
- World University Ranking
- Writes Upon Request (education; Florida)
- Wimbledon Union of Residents Associations (UK)
- Winding-Up and Restructuring Act (Canada)
- Wageningen University and Research Centre (Netherlands)
- West Ukrainian Resource Center (est. 1994)
- Wood Ultrastructure Research Centre
- Worldnet User's Reference Desk
Samples in periodicals archive:
Although many agencies have provided support for wood utilization research and product development, the Forest Service has the most experience in this area.
The committee refrained from funding many infamous earmarks from years past, including wood utilization research, which had received $100 million since 1985; and shrimp aquaculture research, which had received $74.
The following are examples of pork added to the bill: * $4,841,000 by 19 senators for wood utilization research in Alaska, Idaho, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, and West Virginia.
8 million for wood utilization research and almost $2 million for the Charles B.
8 million going to wood utilization research, on which the government has spent $91 million since 1985," concluded Schatz.
Faculty researchers in the Division have been recognized as some of the most productive in the nation by the Journal of Forestry, and the Division is home to one of a handful of USDA-sponsored Centers for Wood Utilization Research, devoted to enhancing the competitiveness of the U.