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an operation employed to resolve an uncertainty

to engage in experiments

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a venture at something new or different

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to conduct a test or investigation

try something new, as in order to gain experience

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The scheme of experimental research in the SevSU Ocean Technology Research Laboratory wave basin is shown in Figure 1.
Our paper, which frames the collection, draws on a review of the governance literature and a systematic review of experimental and quasi-experimental studies on governance to discuss the major contributions and limits of experimental research in this area.
Establishing a verification system formed of 6 control tests for the evaluation of the level of manifestation of the physical capacities "speed" and "power" and a set of 12 plyometric exercises, I have configured the base of performing the experimental research, within which the experimental class performed, during 64 classes of physical education, a 10-minute program included in the structure of "development of physical qualities", when the rationalised and standardised plyometric exercises in execution were used.
cl is an experimental research project focused on the future of social experiences and learning, especially among younger people," she added.
Created and manufactured wind micro power plant electric power conversion and energy storage prototype experimental research results of autonomous, autonomous stand--by and electrical network operating conditions are presented at paper.
Often, however, these techniques are offered without regard to the psychological theories that should inform their operation and the limits that clinical and experimental research suggest.
Investigators will conduct experimental research, formative research to increase understanding of populations being studied, small studies known as proof of concept trials, and pilot and feasibility studies to identify promising new avenues for encouraging behaviors that prevent or treat obesity.
A review published in a recent issue of Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research summarizes the health-promoting effects of resveratrol, a polyphenol compound found in red grapes, wine, and other plant foods.
David Hall, head of Science, said: "This is a great part of the IB as it's devised around experimental research.
In each of these cases, both theory and empirical and experimental research have influenced the design of market institutions.
In this review of recent experimental research and clinical trials, international contributors to nine chapters present findings on gene therapy strategies relating to treating breast and other cancers; understanding the mechanisms of action involved; delivery systems for enhanced gene therapy (e.
In their report, scheduled to appear in the October issue of Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, they offer two hypotheses: Loud music causes higher arousal, which leads to faster drinking--or loud music makes it hard to communicate, so people drink more and talk less.
A study in the September issue of Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research finds that men in their 50s who drink alcohol have higher blood pressure than non-drinkers, and, compared with younger men, their blood pressure is more sensitive to alcohol.
And the institute's executive director, Maurice Arnaud, will join the advisory board of the academy's Experimental Research Center.
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