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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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After establishing NIC in Lahore and Peshawar, the ministry has announced the award of the contract to setup a pioneering National Incubation Center (NIC) in Karachi as well.
Pakistan's first largest National Incubation Center (NIC) at Islamabad is running, under the public-private partnership and providing a comprehensive eco system for startups, incubators and accelerators.
We are honoured that the KP IT Board has selected PTCL as a partner for establishing incubation centers and STPs in the province.
During incubation, exposing eggs to light can increase the embryo's growth (Shafey, 2004) and decrease time of incubation (Fairchild and Christensen, 2000).
For routine incubation timings, incubation periods of half an hour following addition of serum and one hour following complement were followed.
EIP is the time taken for incubation of the virus in the mosquito.
His account of Greco-Roman Egypt led him back to Pharaonic Egypt as well, and his search for possible origins of Greek incubation required him to examine the phenomenon among the Sumerians, Babylonians, Hittites, and other people of the ancient Near East.
Atal Incubation Centres (AICs) that would nurture innovative start-up businesses in their pursuit to become scalable and sustainable enterprises.
Implementation of heat inactivation method requires very precise control of experimental conditions such as temperature and incubation period.
The government will fund the effort and ensure that roads, electricity and digital networks are provided for the one of the largest upcoming incubation facilities in the country.
The NIC will provide startups with a free of cost workspace, incubation, acceleration - Jazz xlr8 programme - seed funding and access to 50 million plus mobile customers.
Nevertheless, outperformance does occur and may be the result of favorable treatment of a specific fund within a family (Guedj and Papastaikoudi, 2004; Gaspar, Massa, and Matos, 2006) or incubation (Evans, 2010).