ADC may refer to:

In aviation:

  • ADC Aircraft, a British firm established in March 1920
  • ADC Airlines, based in Ikeja, Nigeria
  • Aerospace Defense Command of the U.S. Air Force
  • Air data computer

In biology and medicine:

  • ADC (gene), a human gene
  • ADC Bioscientific, a British company which manufactures equipment for research into plant physiology
  • AIDS dementia complex, a common neurological disorder associated with HIV infection and AIDS
  • Antibody-drug conjugate, a type of anticancer treatment
  • Automated dispensing cabinet, a computerized drug storage device designed for hospitals

In entertainment and the arts:

  • ADC Theatre, venue of the University of Cambridge Amateur Dramatic Club
  • Australian Dance Council, a national dance advocacy organisation

In government and politics:

  • Aid to Dependent Children, an American government social program from 1935–1960
  • American Deserters Committee, an anti-Vietnam War group
  • American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, a civil rights organization
  • Arizona Department of Corrections
  • The Asociación Democrática de Colima, a political party from the State of Colima, Mexico

In technology:

  • ADC Telecommunications in Eden Prairie, Minnesota
  • Advanced Data Connector, a Microsoft technology used in conjunction with ActiveX Data Objects
  • Advanced Direct Connect, a peer-to-peer file sharing and chat protocol
  • Analog-to-digital converter, an electronic circuit that converts continuous signals to discrete digital numbers
  • Android Developer Challenge, a competition
  • Apple Developer Connection, Apple Computer's developer network
  • Apple Display Connector, a proprietary modification of the DVI connector
  • Application Delivery Controller, a device for accelerating web site performance
  • Armenian Datacom Company, in Yerevan, Armenia

In other fields:

  • Acadia Divinity College, a seminary located on the campus of Acadia University
  • ADC Map, an American publisher of maps and street atlases
  • Adlington (Cheshire) railway station's (British) National Rail code
  • After-death communications, the pseudo science alleging communications from a person who has died
  • Aide-de-camp, a personal assistant, secretary, or adjutant to a person of high rank
  • Andrew Dice Clay, an American comedian
  • Australian Defence College, located at Weston Creek in Canberra
  • CR-39, also known as allyl diglycol carbonate

Other articles related to "adc, adcs":

Mowahid Shah - Career
... envisioned and founded the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) ... ADC’s founding director was Dr ... Zogby wrote ADC's first publication, "The Other Anti-Semitism" and worked together in researching and analyzing similarities between 19th century anti-Jewish cartoons and ...
Android Developer Challenge - Android Developers Challenge II - Second Round, ADC II
... in each category and evaluate them in the same manner as during the First Round using the ADC 2 judging app ... Google announced the top winners of ADC II on November 30, with SweetDreams, What the Doodle!? and WaveSecure being nominated the overall winners of the challenge ...
African Diplomatic Corps
... The African Diplomatic Corps (ADC) is a body consisting of the 53 ambassadors to the United States that represent African countries ... The goal of ADC is to lobby United States politicians and educate diplomats, educators, policy analysts, and the media about current events in Africa ... The ADC founded "Africa Week" in Washington, D.C ...
La Grande Armée - Staff System - Napoleon's Military Household
... and included the department of aides-de-camp (ADCs), orderly officers (until 1809), the Emperor's Cabinet with the Secretariat, a department that collected intelligence about the enemy using spies and ... The ADCs to the Emperor were mainly loyal, experienced generals or, at times, other senior officers whom he knew from his Italian or Egyptian campaigns ... The appointment of ADC to the Emperor was so influential that they were considered to be "Napoleon's eyes and ears" and even marshals were wise to follow their ...