He is also the Director of Physical Research Laboratory in Ahmedabad.
What does PRL stand for?
PRL stands for Physical Research Laboratory (India)
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- Personnel Research Lab
- Philips Research Laboratories (IRedhill, England)
- Phosphate Resources Limited (Christmas Island)
- Photo Red Light (various locations)
- Photonics Research Laboratory (University of Melbourne, Australia)
- Physical Review Letters
- Pittsburgh Research Laboratory
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- Plan Rozwoju Lokalnego (Polish: Local Development Plan)
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95 Hardcover GB661 For students in earth and environmental science and civil engineering, and professionals in environmental planning, civil engineering, municipal and industrial water supply, irrigation, and catchment management, Gupta (hydrology, Physical Research Laboratory, India) discusses the fundamental principles, methods, and problems associated with modern hydrology and its major subsections.
Goswami, principal scientist of Chandrayaan- 1 and head of the ISRO's Physical Research Laboratory.
Goswami, principal scientist of Chandrayaan- 1, and director of ISRO's Physical Research Laboratory in Ahmedabad.
Bhatt of the Physical Research Laboratory in Ahmedabad, India, then occasionally one of their comets ought to strike other stars.
Goswami, director of Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, and principal investigator of Chandrayaan- 1.