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KHR stands for KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Humanoid Robot
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- Kansas Historical Quarterly
- King's Health Questionnaire
- Kentucky Heritage Quilt Society
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- Internationale Kommission für die Hydrologie des Rheingebietes (International Commission for the Hydrology of the Rhine basin)
- Katekyo Hitman Reborn! (anime)
- Kelly Healthcare Resources (staffing company; Troy, MI)
- Khairuddin Hasyudeen & Razi (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- Kyokuto Hoso Radio (Japanese broadcasting company)
- Kentucky Horse Racing Authority
- Ketchikan Harley Riders Association
- Kingsport Housing and Redevelopment Authority (Tennessee)
- Kosciusko Human Resource Association (Warsaw, IN)
- Kenya Health Rights Advocacy Network (HIV/health advocacy; est. 2006)
- Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (Topeka, KS)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A joint working group comprising of scientists, experts and professionals from KAIST and Saudi Aramco will oversee the establishment and operations of the Saudi Aramco-KAIST CO2 Research Center and the agreement provides the framework for the group to share carbon management technologies, establish exchange programs and conduct joint projects.
Research institutes, including CEA LETI, various Fraunhofer organizations, IME, IMEC, ITRI, KAIST, RTI, and others, provided details of research underway.
KAIST said the project, initiated in 2009, was a result of 'thinking outside the box' - why could a harbour not sail to a ship instead of vice versa But this was easier said than done.
Editor Buglass is affiliated with the chemistry department at KAIST, Republic of Korea.
While negotiations are underway to sign a MoU with KAIST and Yonsei University.