NSC is a three-letter acronym (TLA) that may refer to:

  • National Safety Council, an American nonprofit organization
  • National Salvation Committee, a Ukrainian organization founded during the Orange Revolution
  • National Scrabble Championship, the largest Scrabble competition in the U.S.
  • National Security Council, a type of government agency, found in many countries:
    • National Security Council (India)
    • Israeli National Security Council
    • National Security Council of Pakistan
    • National Security Council (Turkey)
    • United States National Security Council
  • National Security Cutter, a United States Coast Guard ship
  • National Semiconductor Corporation, American semiconductor manufacturer
  • National Senior Certificate, the equivalent of a high school diploma and the school-leaving certificate in South Africa
  • National Skin Centre, a government-run specialised medical facility in Singapore
  • National Software Centre
  • National Sort Code, the bank code used in Ireland.
  • National Space Centre, a British tourist attraction devoted to space science and astronomy
  • National Sports Center, "The World's Largest Amateur Sports Facility" in Blaine, Minnesota, USA
  • National Sports Centre (Isle of Man), a large multi-sports centre and athletics in Douglas, Isle of Man
  • National Statistical Commission, an Indian organisation aiming to improve data collection
  • necessary and sufficient condition, in logic and mathematics
  • Nepean Sailing Club, an active sailing club in the Ottawa area
  • Netscape Communicator, an internet suite produced by Netscape Communications Corporation
  • NetShow Channel, the old name of Windows Media Station
  • Network SouthCentral, an independent train operating company
  • Network Systems Corporation, an early manufacturer of high-performance computer networking products
  • Neural Stem Cell, the self-renewing, multipotent cells that generate the main phenotypes of the nervous system
  • Nevada State College, a state college in Nevada
  • New Safe Confinement, the structure intended to contain the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl, Ukraine, part of which was destroyed by a catastrophic nuclear accident in 1986
  • Nomura Securities Co., a subsidiary of the Japanese Nomura Group
  • NonStop Clusters, an add-on package for SCO UnixWare
  • Norfolk Southern Railway, a major railway company
  • North-South Carrier, a water pipeline in Botswana
  • North Star Conference, a women's college sports conference in the NCAA
  • Northern Southland College, a secondary School in Lumsden, New Zealand
  • Norwegian Space Centre (Norwegian: Norsk Romsenter), a Norwegian government agency that promotes space exploration
  • No-Slot Clock, a chip-like device that could be used directly in any Apple II computer
  • Nouveau Système de Cotation, an electronic trading technology created by Euronext
  • NSC United, an American soccer team based in Minnesota
  • Nursing Service Cross (Australia), a decoration (medal) of the Australian Honours System
  • National Science Council, the main governmental promotion and funding body for science research in Taiwan, Republic of China

Other articles related to "nsc":

National Sports Centre (Isle Of Man) - History
... The NSC is built on the site of the former Belle Vue and King George V Park with phase one being opened in 1991 ... The 2001 Island Games was held on the Isle of Man with the NSC being used for some of the sports and the closing ceremony ... In August 2007 the NSC won the runner-up award in the European City of Sport competition after a visit of assessors from the European Capitals of Sport Association ...
Recovery Projects - The Chernobyl Shelter Fund
... followed by construction of a New Safe Confinement (NSC) ... Bechtel, Battelle, and Electricité de France, and conceptual design for the NSC consists of a movable arch, constructed away from the shelter to avoid high radiation, to be slid over the sarcophagus ... The NSC is expected to be completed in 2015, and will be the largest movable structure ever built ...
Dulles–Jackson–Correa Report - Purpose of The Dulles-Jackson-Correa Report
... the Dulles Report was to "evaluate the CIA's effort and its relationship with other agencies." NSC officials and DCI Roscoe H ... of the intelligence system since World War II in order to determine how the NSC should exercise its routine oversight of the CIA ... that intelligence would serve as the first line of defense, the NSC thought it was necessary that the newly formed CIA's performance was as efficient as possible ...
Network Systems Corporation
... Network Systems Corporation (NSC) was an early manufacturer of high-performance computer networking products ... Founded in 1974, NSC produced hardware products that connected IBM and Control Data Corporation (CDC) mainframe computers to peripherals at remote locations ... NSC also developed and commercialized the HYPERchannel media and protocol standards, adopted by Cray Research, Tektronix and others ...