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incubate

verb appear, arise, become distinct, breed, develop, give form to, grow, materialize, mature, nurture, produce, take form
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The Milestone Incubation and Ventures business unit will identify new opportunities in the markets, build up strategic partnerships and take in the most lucrative potential initiatives with the intention to integrate with the core business of the company.
They discussed their projects' needs and how Dubai SME Incubation could play a pivotal role in providing opportunities for the entrepreneurs to test ideas and projects in the local market and help them understand their customers' needs and how to fulfill it.
Dubai Silicon Oasis has already started to develop an incubation centre in collaboration with Rochester Institute of Technology, and Dubai TechnoPark, and Dubai TechnoPark is also developing one.
The Executive Yuan, Taiwan's Cabinet, passed a biotech-development project in 2009 to open the Food and Drug Administration under the Department of Health, Development Center for Biotechnology, Biotech Venture Capital and Super Incubation Center.
Figure 2 shows the weight changes of the PLGA and PCL sponges with incubation time.
30pm with a networking lunch, are meant to help entrepreneurs and new-start up companies understand the impact business incubation has on new enterprises.
UKBI's Peter Harman said: "Business incubation is a key socio-economic development process.
Business incubation, which is the range of processes that can be used to help small companies survive and grow, such as flexible leases, mentoring, networking, access to management advice and to finance and grow-on space, is a North East success story.
We conducted a retrospective descriptive study of 24 of 30 influenza virus (H5N1) cases in China to estimate and compare incubation periods for different exposure settings, including case-patients exposed only to sick or dead poultry versus those exposed only to a wet poultry market, where small animals and poultry may be purchased live or slaughtered (see www.
Dr Harris who, over the past 24 years, has been instrumental in turning Aston Science Park from a derelict industrial site into a centre of international recognition, was honoured at the UK Business Incubation Awards at the ICC in Birmingham.
The study's authors said the incubation period for bovine spongiform encephalopathy prions in humans could be even longer than that for kuru patients because of species-barrier effects.
The scientists calculate that the minimum incubation time for the disease in these cases was between 34 and 41 years.