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Semiconductor

Any substance that conducts electricity more slowly than a conductor. Semiconductors are common in products like computer chips and, as such, may be traded as commodities. Silicon and germanium are both semiconductors.
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More than 250 representatives of governments and the sporting industry are discussing anti-doping challenges over the two day conference, in line with the International Convention against Doping in Sport at a time of increasing concern about the use of performance enhancing drugs.
The fight against doping is an external institution that influences the doping behavior of the actors involved.
He emphasised the need for collaboration among international bodies to stay ahead of the doping community and the need for greater emphasis on collaborative.
Kenya's athletics reputation has been damaged by a series of doping cases, most recently that of top female marathon runner and three-time Boston Marathon winner Rita Jeptoo.
WADA president Sir Craig Reedie said: "We are pleased that Mr Richard Pound and Professor Richard McLaren have agreed to look into the grave doping allegations that came to light through the recent German television broadcasts.
But Malcolm, who failed in his bid to make a fifth Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and ran his last race in Wales on Tuesday night admitted authorities have to take a hard line on doping cases.
The consensus signatories including representatives from FIFA, the International Olympic Committee, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), and accredited anti-doping laboratories, met in late November last year at FIFA's headquarters in Switzerland to hear the latest scientific and medical evidence on doping and agree priorities for action.
The study was the first of its kind to survey simultaneously the two categories of doping and brain doping.
Doping is not, as apologists like to suggest, merely a way of leveling the playing field.
Al Haddad stressed that the 2012 London Olympics had the lowest percentage of doping cases compared to other editions, which underlined the growing awareness among athletes on the dangers of doping.
Held in cooperation with the youth and sports ministry and the Moroccan national anti-doping center, the meeting is part of Morocco's efforts to promote awareness to the dangers of doping.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkish Weightlifting Federation head Tamer TaE-pynar has said that over the past five months 33 athletes have been banned from participating in official competitions for two years after failing doping tests.