scientific discipline

NOUN
  1. a particular branch of scientific knowledge
    the science of genetics
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  • Emil Kraepelin was a pioneer in the development of psychiatry as a scientific discipline.
  • The purpose of this book is to initiate a new discipline, namely a formalized epistemological method drawn from the cognitive strategies practised in the most effective among the modern scientific disciplines, as well as from general philosophical thinking. AvaxHome RSS:
  • He often challenged the climate orthodoxy – which in most scientific disciplines is highly valued, but in climate science is a crime. Coyote Blog » 2009 » November
  • We are looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic scientist, with a PhD in a relevant social scientific discipline and with cross-disciplinary research skills.
  • These potential sources of emerging infections are diverse and cross the lines of various scientific disciplines and government agency responsibilities.
  • A multitude of issues in different scientific disciplines - planetary geology, meteorology, seismology, and other fields - could be answered by putting humans on Mars.
  • First, there were the relatively recent advances in the development of wildlife management as a scientific discipline in its own right.
  • The one scientific discipline directly applicable to biblical veracity is archeology and I would like to see the digging continue. An Amazing First Century
  • Second, most scientific disciplines, including molecular biology and genetics are obliged to seek funding for research from industry.
  • Few public figures who wish to be taken seriously in any scientific discipline are still trying to discount Darwin's theory of evolution and natural selection.
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