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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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We are looking forward to more collaboration with Blockchain Japan, not limited to incubating more quality projects, but also increase the awareness of regional market on blockchain technology applications."
Badir Program for Technology Incubators is currently incubating about 127 technical projects, 34 out of which have a market value of SR334 million ($89.06 million), while the incubated companies created about 786 job opportunities to Saudi young people, said a statement.
When most folks think of incubating eggs, their minds turn to any manner of electromechanical devices that provide the right temperature and humidity.
We hypothesized that survival would be lowest during the nesting season because incubating females remain on or close to the nest, which could make them more vulnerable to predation.
Stating that the budgerigars incubating almost 6 times per year, Orak added that warm and peace environment is highly important for those birds.
"The lapwing attracted our attention and we moved close to the area and were astonished to see the female incubating the clutch of eggs half submerged in the puddle formed by the leaked water that made a temporary pool in about 7-8 square metres," said Dr Khan.
According to the Northern Territory News, Bustopher, a four-year-old tabby belonging to Naomi Oliver, took over after the hens did not show much interest in incubating the eggs.
After incubating the cells with vitamin C for 1 hour, Levine and his colleagues found that the nutrient killed go percent of cancer cells in 5 of 10 cancer-cell cultures but had no effect on healthy cells.
While world attention focuses on the AIDS problem in Africa, many analysts think India is incubating a greater AIDS disaster.
Heat treatments were performed by incubating the seeds at 55 C for different periods of time.
Further research might involve creating a lower limit of detection or finding successful methods for incubating aluminum cans or pipeting carbonated soda samples.
For the next two summers, terns flying over Eastern Egg Rock looked down on a "colony" of 33 wooden terns -- some standing alert, others apparently incubating -- from whose midst arose the recorded racket of a typical tern gathering.