scientific research

NOUN
  1. research into questions posed by scientific theories and hypotheses
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  • His team are at the forefront of scientific research into vaccines.
  • Chinese officials emphasize that the money is for scientific research cooperation, and doesn't a rental fee.
  • 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. Manifesting Michelangelo
  • It deals with the present practice in museography, which is dedicated to distribution of knowledge and realization of modern scientific researches.
  • It seems that light energy will be an important subject of scientific research in the future.
  • Among its roles are stimulation of scientific research and provision of scientific information to scientists and the general public.
  • Plus, a fair bit of the scientific research is inconclusive. The Sun
  • Some astrologers claim that scientific research is impersonal or unspiritual or insensitive to deeper truths.
  • One of my shticks is about why we need to do hard scientific research on religion.
  • He'll keep the budget for scientific research. The Sun
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