GNU Webster's 1913
- n. research and development; used mostly to refer to the division of a corporation responsible for performing research and developing new products; -- a commonly used abbreviation.
“Related to my previous post, if the agency evolves any more toward earth science and not being an aerospace r&d agency, then rename/rebrand/repurpose the whole darn thing.”
“I don't think there has been much r&d from racing in the past 20 years that has been directly applicable to the family car other than some of the light weight construction techniques, but most of those were taken from the aviation industry by racing.”
“* Manufacturing provides 70 of all r&d, 90% of all patents, so if you care about innovation, next best thing ...”
“Mars landing testing and first footprints r&d for permanent base sc220”
“On one side, companies such as Intel are already on the record supporting r&d tax credits.”
“But in Qian Hu's case it's backed up by r&d that would do any high-tech company proud.”
“It would be erroneous to assume then that the additional r&d costs are significant.”
“The company established an r&d center in Chengdu in 2007.”
“Let ` s start taxing the Suzuki Foundation and other econutjob handouts, and eliminate those Liberal handouts given to the oil companies by Martin (to hurry up the oilsands) and use that Canadian taxpayer money for r&d into alternative energy.”
“GM wants to move ahead on fuel cells as well with its large, 20-year-old, $1 billion program -- government money or not (Other than what seemed to have been relatively small bucks in the early '90s when GM acquired fuel cell technology from Los Alamos National Laboratory, GM never took DoE money for fuel cell r&d but still participates in DoE demo programs) -- but there is that pesky potential bankruptcy problem.”
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