Studies Centre

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Religion In Andorra - Education - University of Andorra - Virtual Studies Centre
... a full academic program, and it serves principally as a centre for virtual studies, connected to Spanish and French universities ... The Virtual Studies Centre (Centre d’Estudis Virtuals) at the University runs in the region of twenty degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in ... The Centre also runs various postgraduate programs and continuing-education courses for professionals ...
University College Dublin - Research and Innovation - Research Institutes
... Amongst the research institutes of the university are Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases Centre for Synthesis and Chemical Biology Clinton Institute for American ...
Canadian University Scientific Research Organizations - U15 Largest Canadian Research Universities - University of Toronto
... Science Research Institute for Aerospace Studies, Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research ... Samuel McLaughlin Centre for Molecular Medicine, Centre for the Neurobiology of Stress, Centre for research in Neurodegenerative Diseases, U of T ...
Spy Story (novel) - The Studies Centre
... fascination with military history and computers are combined in Ferdy Foxwell's Studies Centre ... The Centre possesses a mainframe computer, which is used in contract to the Ministry of Defence and its officers for studying likely military scenarios for the Cold War ... The Studies Centre does not only run real-world military strategy simulations it also produces simulations of historical battles, for the education of military ...

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