- n. Plural form of breakthrough.
“By carefully amalgamating myth with certain breakthroughs and future possibilities in the field of biotechnology and telecommunications as described in many sf stories we made attractive tableaux to lure the public and then to educate them about S&T principles and background.”
“In his presentation at Fedtalks, Kemp emphasized the need to focus on the mission and how innovation that leads to breakthroughs is catalyzed at institutions.”
“Near-term breakthroughs in communication could make business air travel "virtually" obsolete.”
“Senior State Department officials, however, said they didn't expect any major breakthroughs from the talks.”
“What bills did he sponsor; what committees did he lead; what political breakthroughs is he responsible for?”
“To get this industry going, you need some short-term breakthroughs, by which I mean the next five to seven years," says Martin Keller, a micro biologist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and director of its new BioEnergy Science Center.”
“… [Greene's] excitement for science on the threshold of vital breakthroughs is supremely contagious.”
“Although it appears unlikely to lead to any near-term breakthroughs, Obama's new Iran policy could undercut Iranian hawks who oppose better ties with the United States just as Iran prepares for presidential elections in June.”
“I repeat, it is time for President Obama and Energy Secretary Chu to drastically scale back the federal hydrogen fuel cell vehicle program, to a small basic research program focused on long-term breakthroughs in hydrogen storage, fuel cells, and renewable hydrogen.”
“The dark side of these medical breakthroughs is that if you don’t pay your bill, The Union sends its highly skilled repo men to take back its property … with no concern for your comfort or survival.”
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