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The astrophysics division would be cut by 12 percent, but overall, the budget would give an increase to NASA’s science directorate, primarily for robotic planetary missions.
Ironically, Intel was itself fined $1.3 billion by the Commission’s antitrust directorate in 2009—a record at the time—for paying PC manufacturers to exclusively use its processors.
Designed as a check against political Islam, the directorate has become one of its main platforms.
Based in Alexandria, Virginia, NSF is constantly tinkering with its grant review system, which varies across the six research directorates and reflects the culture of a particular scientific community.
The provincial health directorate said 16 civilians and members of the security forces had also been killed.
The competition directorate’s standing as a neutral arbiter may get damaged in the process.
Their Man in Brussels | France named Philippe Leglise-Costa, currently head of the country’s European affairs directorate, as the country’s new ambassador to the EU.
The education ministry, says Feray Aytekin Aydogan, the head of a leftist teachers’ union, is working more closely than ever with Islamic NGOs and with the directorate of religious affairs.
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