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Biotechnology: Traditional Chinese medicine for global market
This entry is located in the following units:
bio-, bi-, -bia, -bial, -bian, -bion, -biont, -bius, -biosis, -bium, -biotic, -biotical
Information Technology (IT): Units Listed
-ology, -logy, -ologist, -logist
Education: Jobs and Global Trade, Part 1
Education: Jobs and Global Trade, Part 2
Research and development in the United States where education, jobs
, and global trade exist in a changing world.
Education: Jobs and Global Trade, Part 3
A view as to how we now exist in a flat world
in such areas as: technology, education, commerce, communication, and?
A non-profit organization set up the Uniform Code Council and EAN International, the two organizations that maintain barcode standards, to commercialize EPC technology.
EPC Global is made up of chapters in different countries and regions. It is commercializing the technology originally developed by the Auto-ID Center.
EPC Global Network or EPC Network
The internet-based technologies and services that enable companies to retrieve data associated with EPCs.
The network infrastructure includes the Object Name Service, distributed middleware (sometimes called Savants), the EPC Information Service and Physical Markup Language.
global aphasia, mixed aphasia, total aphasia
1. Total aphasia involving all the functions that go to make up speech and communication.
2. A condition in which all aspects of speech and communication are severely impaired.
At best, patients can understand or speak only a few words or phrases; however, they cannot read or write.
Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS)
Global Positioning System (GPS), Part 1
Information about Global Positioning System or GPS, Part 1
, Defined and Showing Improvements in Accuracy.
Global Positioning System (GPS), Part 2
Information about Global Positioning System or GPS, Part 2
, with more background.
Global Positioning System (GPS), Part 3
Information about Global Positioning System or GPS, Part 3
, with more technical background.
Global Positioning System (GPS), Part 4
Information about Global Positioning System or GPS, Part 4
, explains that both military and civilian uses are available.
Global Positioning System (GPS), Part 5
Information about Global Positioning System or GPS, Part 5
, GPS expected to advance into consumer mainstream.
Global Positioning System (GPS): Index of Articles
Global Positioning System (GPS): Pygmy elephants tracked by GPS
Using satellite tracking (GPS) of five pygmy elephants
in Borneo with the objective that these and their fellow species can survive man's expansion into their natural habitat.
Global Positioning System (GPS): Segway and GPS
Segway, a modern invention, offers GPS with their transporter
global tag, GTAG
A standardization initiative of the Uniform Code Council (UCC) and the European Article Numbering Association (EAN) for asset tracking and logistics based on radio frequency identification (RFID).
The GTAG initiative was supported by Philips Semiconductors, Intermec, and Gemplus, three major RFID tag makers; but it was superseded by the Electronic Product Code.
Earth movements and interactions on a global scale; especially, as they relate to the causes and results of the dynamics of the crustal plates and sea-floor spreading.
GPS: Global Positioning System
1. A system of satellites, computers, and receivers that is able to determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by calculating the time difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver.
2. A satellite-based radio navigation system run by the U.S. Department of Defense.
It was designed so that signals from four satellites would be available at any point on the earth. By triangulation of these signals, a receiving unit can pinpoint its current location (longitude and latitude) as well as altitude to within 20 meters. The first GPS satellite was launched in 1978.