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.
Still, as scientific information about the disease surfaced in bits and pieces--and as more and more gay men got sick and died--"an incredible energy coalesced" around GMHC, he says.
* the latest scientific information on drug abuse and addiction
Recently, a scientist at the Institute of Scientific Information, noted that one such NIST paper was the most highly cited article appearing in this journal over the past 30 years.
Though critics of GM foods have not been able to shut down laboratories, they have been mildly successful in scaring the public from buying such products by filling the vacuum of hard scientific information with "what if" scenarios, an alarmist strategy employed in nearly every paragraph of Eating in the Dark.
The need for accurate and current scientific information in the fast paced Internet-aware world has prompted the scientific community to develop tools that reduce the scientist's time and effort to make digital information available to all interested parties.
The Safe Consortium, the European network alliance among scientific research centers involved in food safety research, has the potential to be an important source of reliable scientific information because it draws on an active network of recognized scientific institutes.
Is the scientific information needed for coastal resource management available?
EPA currently is developing a Criteria Document (CD) to assess relevant scientific information. The agency's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards will also prepare a staff paper that will evaluate the policy implications of the key studies and scientific information contained in the CD and additional technical analyses.
Drawing on new medical insights about venereal disease, these early activists substituted the dissemination of scientific information by experts for religious preachments in order to uphold traditional values about pre-marital chastity.
A SCIENTOMETRIC MODEL (ISI-S model) is introduced for describing the institutionalization process of scientific information. The central concept of ISI-S is that the scientific information published may develop with time through permanent evaluation and modification processes toward a cognitive consensus of distinguished authors of the respective scientific field or discipline.
TheScientificWorld, Inc., a company delivering research information to the scientific community, has announced new features to its commercial Web site (http://www.thescientificworld.com) that offer integrated access to scientific information, resources, and tools designed to enhance scientific and medical research.

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