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In an experiment with chicken embryos, a temporary rise in incubation temperature — meant to mimic feverlike conditions — was enough to produce defects to the face and heart.
Still, for that to work, the sensitivity needs to increase to the point where incubation is not required.
Over its 18 years, the Houston Technology Center has coached more than 1,000 companies, including 277 that went through its acceleration and incubation program through 2016 and raised more than $3.5 billion in funding.
Hidden high tech To eliminate the 24-hour incubation time, researchers have developed a test based on a molecular recognition scheme.
An exhibition on designs that never got past incubation is therefore at a distinct advantage.
This suggests a time when genetic diversification occurred, an incubation lasting maybe 10,000 years.
The economic stakes for 5G may be significantly higher than for 4G, led by large-scale job creation and incubation of new devices, applications, and business models that could dramatically stimulate the U.S. economy.
Separate initiatives will seek to spur cross-border venture capital investments and startup and business incubation.
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First Known Use of incubation
INCUBATION Defined for Kids
- incubation of eggs
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