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What does DIAS stand for?
DIAS stands for Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (Ireland)
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We have 37 other meanings of DIAS in our Acronym Attic
- Database on Introductions of Aquatic Species (FAO)
- Defence Intelligence Analysis Staff (UK MoD)
- Design Implementation and Adaptation of Sensors (networks)
- Detroit International Auto Salon (Allen Park, MI)
- Deutsches Institut für Anlegerschutz (German: German Institute for Investors' Protection)
- Diabetes Advisory System
- Digital Information Archiving System
- Distributed Intelligent Actuators and Sensors
- Draw Includes All Survivors (Diplomacy boardgame)
- Drop in Auto Sear (firearms)
- Dynamic Image Analysis System
- Dynamic Information Architecture System
- Dynamic Inventory Analysis System
- Digital Instrument for Additive Sound Synthesis
- Advanced Diagnostic System for Sub-PPE Metal Contamination in Silicon Wafer Manufacturing and Processing
- DCGS Integration Activation Team
- Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (Pune, India)
- Denso International Asia Co., Ltd
- Digital Infrared Audio Transmission (Sony)
- Dismounted Incident Analysis Team (US Army)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tom Blake, experimental officer with the School of Cosmic Physics run by the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, said the earthquake was one of the most powerful on record.
Professor Luke Drury of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies explained "the Earth is gradually slowing down" in its old age.
7, 9, and 11 (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1968-81).
The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies said the powerful surge was picked up by pupils operating a small seismometer in Co Wicklow.
A team from Dublin Institute For Advanced Studies is involved in making the James Webb Space Telescope with Nasa.
Tom Blake of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS), said yesterday: "We are talking about waves in the region of 10 to 15ft.