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pure research

[′pyu̇r ri′sərch]
(science and technology)
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In order to develop research in the clinical subjects it is suggested that there should be pure research degrees in the clinical subjects at the universities, the eligibility should be those having FCPS in the clinical subjects.
"We have carried out a range of studies using thousands of clinical samples, that show WGS could work for diagnosing drug-resistant TB, ranging from pure research to the practicalities of implementing tests in a public health laboratory.
This once unchallenged role has been eroded as teaching-focused colleges and vocationally-oriented institutes of technology, once barred or at least discouraged from undertaking research, now boast growing research agendas, usually called "applied research" to differentiate it from the "pure research" of universities, as they offer degree programming in their respective domains.
In pure research, the information gathered is driven by curiosity or interest in a scientific question.
This penchant for bringing the virtues of pure research to the applied needs of industry inspired the venerable industrial chemist and Queen's University benefactor Alfred Bader to approach Snieckus a decade ago, just as he was being promoted to emeritus status.
The discoveries made possible in pure research that may yield significant benefits in long-term and/or remote contexts are very different from the more evident relevance of community-based participatory research as described by Farrah Jacquez, Elaine Ward, and Molly Goguen in their chapter "Collaborative Engagement Research and Implications for Institutional Change."
Emphasis, however, is on in-depth review articles and practical or applied aspects of marine fisheries rather than pure research.
Egbert Schillings, CEO, WISH, stated: "It is immensely gratifying to see one of the innovations featured at WISH get such wide traction around the globe, especially since the conference in Pakistan is geared towards deployment in a live clinical setting, rather than pure research. All of us will be patients at one time or another in life, and making that experience safer should be a core mission for all leaders in healthcare.
Pure research is a scale game which might seem to put smaller countries at a disadvantage; however the good news is that collaboration is getting easier and the ability to gain scale in a defined area of research is levelling the playing field.
He connects pure research on the human genome to applications in medicine.
In terms of research, the institute will focus on pure research, developing patents and delivering solutions to industry for significant return on capital employed.
While laboratories for pure research are welcome, Pritzker said they should function in parallel with commercialization labs, which work a bit differently due to the sensitive nature of corporate patents.