Along this line, we have identified two strands of research themes, namely, the generation of extreme light sources and the study of light-matter interactions, with a view to the development of quantum technology.
What does RT stand for?
RT stands for Research Theme
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Constellation's Technology Optimization and Innovation research theme provides research and advisory to CIOs seeking to invest in innovation and strategic advantage while optimizing the cost of providing ongoing support.
England) present nine papers that draw on a range of research themes, methodological approaches, and international contexts to explore the meaning, critical nature, and value of social and sustainable enterprise development.
The overall research themes and mission of the institute were also emphasised at the event.
Ghannouchi introduced, then, the three research themes of the 14th Political Academy, namely "The Presidential Programme: Together We Meet Challenges," "Tunisia's Presidency of Arab Women Organisation, in the person of Mrs.
Newcastle Science City has the infrastructure to become a TIC for three research themes that have huge potential for the city and the country: ageing and health, stem cell and regenerative medicine and sustainability.
of California at Berkeley) and therefore focusing on his main research theme of understanding the phenomena that govern the processing of metals and other materials.
The Paper of the Year--established by Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) as a means of reinforcing high-quality articles published in the journal, identifying emerging research themes, and tracking the impact of groundbreaking research (Tilson 2008)--is selected by tracking papers published in EHP during the preceding 60 months that have been cited most frequently in the environmental health sciences literature.