Creating win-win partnerships: Background and evolution of industry/ university cooperative research centers model.
What does UCRC stand for?
UCRC stands for University Cooperative Research Center
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We have 15 other meanings of UCRC in our Acronym Attic
- Utah Court Reporters Association (West Jordan, UT)
- University of California, Riverside Alumni Association (California)
- Uncomplicated Chronic Relapsing Alcoholic Pancreatitis
- Unconditional Cramer-Rao Bound
- Upper Columbia River Basin (Canada and US)
- Upper Colorado River Basin Compact of 1948
- Ugunja Community Resource Centre (Kenya)
- Union des Centres de Recherche Collective (French: Union of Collective Research Centers; Belgium)
- United Community Resource Council (Arkansas)
- University Clinical Research Center (Hermann Memorial Hospital; Houston, TX)
- University of California Rally Committee
- Undocumented Convention Refugees in Canada Class (refugee resettlement group; Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada)
- United Church Resource Distribution (publisher)
- Urban Chemical Release Detector
- United Country Real Estate
- Upstate Carolina Real Estate Investors Association
- Unit for Computer Research on the English Language
- Uniform Crash Report Form (Vermont)
- United Church Renewal Fellowship (est. 1966)
- University Cancer Research Fund (University of North Carolina)
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The educators are: Frank Kelley, Dean of the world's only College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering and Maurice Morton, Regents Professor Emeritus of Polymer Chemistry and 1988 recipient of the ACS's Polymer Education Award, both from Akron; Alex Jamieson, professor of macromolecular science and director of the department's graduate studies program at Case; and William McKnight, head of the polymer science and engineering department and the Lederle Graduate Research Center, and Simon Kantor, research professor and director of the Center for UMass Industry Research on Polymers, a cooperative research program with industry and the government established under the NSF-Industry University Cooperative Research Center Program in 1980, both from UMass.