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International unit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (375 words)
In pharmacology, the International unit (IU, alternatively abbreviated UI) is a unit of measurement for the amount of a substance, based on measured biological activity (or effect).
To define an IU of a substance, the Committee on Biological Standardization of the World Health Organization provides a reference preparation of the substance, (arbitrarily) sets the number of IUs contained in that preparation, and specifies a biological procedure to compare other preparations to the reference preparation.
For some substances, the equivalent mass of one IU is later established, and the IU is then officially abandoned for that substance.
IU Computer Science Department (705 words)
IU Computer Science student selected as first Purdom Fellow: George H.L. Fletcher, a Computer Science doctoral student, is the first recipient of the Paul W. Purdom Fellowship in Informatics.
IU team wins CHI2006 Student Design Competition: A team of students from the Indiana University School of Informatics competing against other similar groups from around the globe at the Computer-Human Interaction 2006 annual Conference, April 22-27, in Montreal, has won first place for designing the "Chick Clique" system to encourage teenage girls to exercise.
IU Computer Science is now accepting applications for a Post-doc position in the area of embedded systems software specification, design, and verification.
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