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research

[ri′sərch]
(science and technology)
Scientific investigation aimed at discovering and applying new facts, techniques, and natural laws.
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Though CITRIS research typically has its eye on future decades, the center already has commercialized some products.
Sheridan College was among the first to receive CITO funding for applied research.
BETWEEN THE LINES: On the controversial issue of stem-cell research, ethics has largely been pushed aside to make way for mass misinformation and manipulation.
magazine spoke with Barker on industry research, his TAPPI involvement, and spreading the word about the paper industry.
Moreover, his commitment to concrete deliverables and his capacity to produce promised results on time and on budget set the standard for scientific public good research in Canada and around the world.
Newly completed projects include the report on Merger Communication, accompanied with a diagnostic tool; the Research Primer; and the report on Communication Functions in Small Businesses.
But biomedical research is coming under another kind of siege.
For More Information on Research into the Brain, Behavior, and Mental Disorders
Involving teachers in the process of research invites teachers to take risks and make changes in their teaching practices and philosophy (Johnson, 2002).
For this volume of Library Trends, each author was invited to describe a particular research method and include examples of its use in LIS studies.
While an important tool, market research can be a tricky for research analysts.
The Center for School Counseling Outcome Research (CSCOR) was founded in January 2003 to give practicing school counselors ready access to the relevant research in order for them to make effective program decisions.