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applied research

[ə′plīd ri‚sərch]
(engineering)
Research directed toward using knowledge gained by basic research to make things or to create situations that will serve a practical or utilitarian purpose.
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Thanks to the Government of Canada through FedNor, we are now able to invest in sustainable applied research in the welding industry," Jeff Molyneaux, executive director of MaJIC, said in a news release.
support of applied research in the Czech Republic with the utmost expertise and quality
AGiLE Applied Research Labs specializes in providing actionable insights through applied research using contemporary practices that can include, but also range far beyond standard brand awareness, image perception and commonplace types of research and marketing analyses.
The second misconception is that applied research projects can always be conducted without pure science bottlenecks being encountered.
Ronald Fisher of Florida International University, Editor-in-Chief of the journal said, "Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (JARMAC) will feature innovative, creative empirical research targeting the overlap between cognitive theory and real-world application.
Members of the field should give some consideration as to how evidence-based practice can be enhanced along with the conduct and publication of applied research and development.
To sustain growth in an era of flat federal funding for basic research, "we seek to enable scientists and engineers at WHOI to pursue a wider array of applied research opportunities by making connections with industry partners, foreign governments, and U.
Using examples from courses and applied research on community development, housing, and poverty, the essay explains how meaningful relationships with community organizations act as a counter-balance to the isolation of an academic career.
Workplace management and portfolio optimization are rated by senior-level corporate executives as the most important business practices for corporate real estate now and in the coming years, according to new research released by the CoreNet Global Applied Research Center during the Toronto Global Summit.
The chief medical and scientific director of Humanetics is John Zenk, who is also president and medical director of a clinical research firm called the Minnesota Applied Research Center.
4 billion) of basic research funding and 51% of applied research funding.

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