- n. Research performed using the scientific method.
- n. research into questions posed by scientific theories and hypotheses
“The story of warfarin, the most widely used rat poison in the world, helps illustrate how scientific research aimed at solving one problem led to a technologi cal innovation that is tremendously effective at solving a quite different problem.”
“Autism Science Foundation: Founded in 2009 by Alison Singer and Karen London to fund and promote scientific research into autism”
““Terrifying Landscapes: a study of scientific research into understanding motivations of non-state actors to acquire and/or use weapons of mass destruction.””
“A biophysicist by training, Dr. Rubik helped conduct scientific research and education in the fields of mind-body, subtle energies, and complementary medicine.”
“The da Vinci has been assigned to the planet Vemlar in the Norvel system, where the Federation has entered into a partnership with business tycoon Rod Portlyn to transform the planet from a farm world into a major industrial complex and scientific research and development center.”
“The dis - covery of the technique of directed scientific research has brought developments in social organization whereby scientific manpower can be deployed to solve such massive problems as those of nuclear power and space travel.”
“So we set about assembling a team of cross-disciplinary professionals including Dr. Patricia Muehsam, on the faculty of Mount Sinai Medical School; Dr. Peter Roche de Coppens, professor of sociology, anthropology, and psychotherapy at East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania and the Sorbonne in Paris; Dr. Beverly Rubik, a biophysicist who had conducted scientific research in mind-body, subtle energies, and complementary medicine; Dr. J.”
“National Alliance for Autism Research: Founded in 1994 to fund scientific research into autism; merged with Autism Speaks in 2005”
“Jorge Mardones was one of the pioneers in scientific research into alcoholism.”
“It will mean an America in which we continue to mortgage our assets to foreign lenders and expose ourselves to the whims of oil producers; an America in which we underinvest in the basic scientific research and workforce training that will determine our long-term economic prospects and neglect potential environmental crises.”
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