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What does UKON stand for?
UKON stands for University of Konstanz
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- United Kingdom Natural Selection League
- United Kingdom Newborn Screening Programme Centre (UK National Health Service)
- United Kingdom Network of Sex Work Projects
- United Kingdom Optical Co. Ltd. (eyeglass lens manufacturer; UK)
- United Kingdom Order (gaming website)
- United Kingdom Objectivist Association
- United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Northern Ireland
- United Kingdom Outdoor Institute
- United Kingdom Outdoor Liaison Group
- United Kingdom Office for Library and Information Networking
- United Kingdom Oncology Nursing Society
- Offshore Operators Association (UK)
- United Kingdom Offshore Operators Association
- United Kingdom Onshore Operators Group (trade association)
- United Kingdom Official Publications (catalog of government publications)
- United Kingdom Ocean Research Services
- United Kingdom Occupancy Survey (EU Directive on Tourism Statistics)
- United Kingdom Office Supplies
- United Kingdom Oscillation Study (infants)
- UK Obstetric Surveillance System (Oxford, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In an article, published on 6 January in the international scientific journal Scientific Report by the Nature Publishing Group, the researchers of the University of Konstanz and the University La Sapienza in Rome, Italy, describe how characteristic patterns in the olfactory receptors of transgenic Drosophilae can be recorded when activated by scent.
Thomas Goetz of the University of Konstanz and the Thurgau University of Teacher Education provides insight into how boredom is experienced in everyday life.
He later moved to take an assistant position at the University of Konstanz in Germany where he developed a new line of research that aimed at the combination of scanning probe techniques and laser spectroscopy to investigate the interaction of light and matter at the nanometer scale.
The consortium, led by the University of Konstanz in Germany, brings together 26 other research groups from 14 European countries including universities, research centres, and leading worldwide businesses.
Researchers at the University of Konstanz (Germany), led by Frank Neuner, Ph.
Professor Patschowski of the University of Konstanz compiled in 1999 the Verzeichnis der Handschriften in der Bibliothek des Suso-Gymnasiums in a twenty-two page loose-leaf folder.
The author wishes to thank the students in his Insurance Management class at the University of Konstanz for posing the questions that led to this article.