It is currently being analysed by the Canadian Conservation Institute.
What does CCI stand for?
CCI stands for Canadian Conservation Institute
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We have 551 other meanings of CCI in our Acronym Attic
- Camosun College International (British Columbia, Canada)
- Camping Card International
- Campus Community Initiative (UC Berkeley)
- Can Combine Icons (software)
- Canada Composting Inc.
- Canada Customs Invoice (exporting)
- Canadian Carpet Institute
- Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- Canadian Classification of Health Interventions
- Canadian Condominium Institute (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Canadian Constructors International Ltd. (North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
- Canadian Copyright Institute
- Canadian Crossroads International
- Canadian Culinary Institute
- Cancer Care International
- Canine Companions for Independence
- Capital Commercial Investments, Inc.
- Carbon Composites, Inc
- Cardijn Community International
- Cardiovascular Credentialing International
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I attended a physics tutorial given by Fred Hedgcock when I was a chemistry undergraduate at McGill, and was thrilled to be introduced to conservation and the work of the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI).
In September 2007, the Canadian Conservation Institute will hold a symposium titled "Preserving Aboriginal Heritage: Technical and Traditional Approaches.
Participating laboratories included: Bureau of Drug Research, Health & Welfare Canada; Canadian Conservation Institute, Communications Canada; Forensic Laboratories, Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Institute for Environmental Chemistry, NRC; Molecular Structures & Dynamics, Steacie Institute for Molecular Structure, NRC; Ultrafast Phenomena, Steacie Institute for Molecular Structures, NRC; Product Safety Branch, Consumer and Corporate Affairs; Department of Chemistry, University of Ottawa; Department of Chemistry, Carleton University; and R.
Parylene at the Canadian Conservation Institute The Parylene method is a Union Carbide process in which thin films of poly-para-xylylene are created on surfaces.