scientific information

scientific information

[‚sī·ən′tif·ik ‚in·fər′mā·shən]
(science and technology)
That part of technical information concerned with the study of natural phenomena.
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He had brought back much scientific information from South Africa, and many a charming evening we have spent together discussing the comparative anatomy of the Bushman and the Hottentot.
Congress directed the FAA to 'issue regulations, based on the best available scientific information, to specify limitations on the hours of flight and duty time allowed for pilots to address problems relating to pilot fatigue,' and
The three establishments will work to share scientific information through training, education courses, and co-research projects to show the value of retinal images in patients at risk of stroke, diabetes and other neurological illnesses such as dementia and multiple sclerosis.
During the ceremony, the UAE will unveil for the first time scientific information and logistical details regarding the first Arab project to planet Mars.
This is one of the questions raised by the European Commission in a public consultation launched on 15 July on access to, and preservation of, digital scientific information.
Scientific information management provider Symyx Technologies Inc (Nasdaq:SMMX) announced on Friday the opening of a new software research and development centre in Bangalore, India.
Environmental Agency (EPA) "lacks adequate scientific information on the toxicity of many chemicals that may be found in the environment--as well as on tens of thousands of chemicals used commercially" in the United States.
This study sought to determine the use of scientific information in monthly livestock magazines to assist editors, writers, and sources of scientific information in coordinating an efficient flow of information from scientific professionals to livestock producers.
The article summarizes scientific information and describes current research on the effects of nicotine on adolescents.
All are excellent books for kids holding the latest scientific information.
The Health and Human Services Department may not deliberately disseminate false or misleading scientific information under a recent federal law.
To expect a legal expert to be able to determine the validity of the scientific information is no more reasonable than to expect a scientist to be able to do a good job of making legal judgments ("Benched Science: Increasingly, judges decide what science--if any--a jury hears" SN: 10/8/05, p.

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