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SuperStackers are essential to building a desegregated stockpile and ensuring product quality, the company said.
APHA is encouraging the public to remember to make sure that their emergency preparedness stockpiles are up to date when they change their clocks this month.
Baxter has supplied stockpiles of vero cell-derived smallpox vaccine to the U.
Japan last tapped its oil stockpile in 1991 during the Gulf War as part of world efforts to curb soaring oil prices.
By sticking to Teri's List, your need list gets smaller as your stockpile grows,'' Gault said.
I don't know, because it was the stockpile that presented the final little piece that made it more of a real and present danger and threat to the region and to the world.
Over eight times larger than ASCI White, the Purple machine will provide scientists here at Livermore--and at the other NNSA laboratories--with much-needed and unprecedented levels of supercomputing capability, to meet demanding stockpile deliverables for the Department of Defense.
It has a stockpile of the nerve agent sarin and is engaged in research and development of the more toxic and persistent nerve agent VX.
Initial tests show that the doses remain potent, and Aventis Pasteur has offered the stockpile to the U.
We are creating, and will be maintaining, an unprecedented national stockpile of drugs and vaccines for civilian use in case of a bioterrorist attack.
Over the next ten years, the Department of Energy plans to spend $40 billion to build new facilities to ensure the "continued safety and reliability" of the existing stockpile of nuclear weapons.
nuclear weapons stockpile to take effect by the end of 2007.