REOs and NCCs
also have a responsibility to encourage ecumenical formation among their constituencies and they are asked to work with theological institutions in their regions to organize seminars on ecumenical formation.
In 1995 the WCC central committee approved "Guidelines for the relationship between NCCs
and the WCC" which sought to set out guidelines for a fuller partnership between the local/ national and the worldwide.
She serves as an inspiration to us all, which is why Lilly Oncology and NCCS
are proud to present her with this year's Ellen Stovall Award.
Using the Form 990 data, the NCCS
researchers also explored whether mid-sized arts organizations differ substantially from other arts organizations on some standard measures of financial vulnerability.
When providers deploy the Bivio NCCS
in their networks, they quickly discover that this carrier-grade platform delivers on performance, manageability and scalability, leaving their subscribers with complete control of their family's Internet experience," said Steve Wallbank, Bivio's Vice President of Sales.
Through developing sub-specialisation among its clinical oncologists, NCCS
patients receive the best in treatment and care.
With 14,400 processors, the new Dell-based cluster will double NCCS
computational capabilities to more than 300 trillion floating-point operations per second.
Dell's PowerEdge C6100 server, which is one of the HPC solutions, will empower NCCS
to look into minute environmental details with the help of faster research and innovation, thereby reducing energy consumption.
New Dell servers will enable NCCS
users to fine-tune model resolutions and increase data analysis capacity for NASA's earth and space science user community
Complex, Pune University Campus, Gk, Pune
One good resource for parents is a 504 Plan, recommends the NCCS
According to Dr Andreas Jenne, CEO of New Oncology, We are very pleased to work with NCCS
, one of the most prestigious centres for research and treatment of cancer in Southeast Asia.