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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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If experimental science is formally mathematical then it would seem that the evidence about nature it would provide is formally mathematical.
Shahriari was a researcher in the SESAME project, or Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications for the Middle East, a regional organization for scientific cooperation, other reports said.
Our homegrown labs at Lums are an indigenous effort towards transforming the way experimental science is done at the undergraduate level.
Prof Barham, from the University of Bristol, said: "To me, a kitchen is just like a science laboratory and cooking is just another experimental science.
His account could interest student or professional scientists interested in the philosophy and approaches of experimental science.
And the significance of this is akin to the European preoccupation with alchemy, with the growth of experimental science, the poetry of science as well as of explosive nature which is informed by a solution of images, agnostic humility and essential beauty, rather than vested interest in a fixed assumption and classification of things.
What this book does effectively is to contextualize Rhine's vision of parapsychology as an experimental science in the broader, more emotionally intense, less scientifically controllable paranormal activities in which the general public was (and is) really interested.
So everyone said that's great but what's it mean, and I figured out what it could mean: Synchrotron light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East.
With great erudition and acute insight, he pursues what he calls the interrogative model of inquiry--which models information-seeking inquiry on a sequence of questions and answers--and its applicability to traditional epistemological problems, such as the nature of abduction, the role of the a priori in experimental science, logical explanation, and so on.
Physics is defined as the experimental science of matter and its motion, as well as space and time.
Crombie, for example, comes to the conclusion that "The natural philosophers of Latin Christendom in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries created the experimental science characteristic of modern times.
In short, the social protocols and methods governing the new experimental science were drawn from natural history, which was promoted by the contractual practices and laws of trade in material goods, which was at root funded by market demand for new drugs and exotic goods.
He played key roles in the development and construction of several other key experimental science facilities, including the Princeton-Penn Accelerator, the Tevatron at Fermilab, the Bates accelerator at MIT, and the Isabelle project at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
LIVES OF THE PLANETS: A NATURAL HISTORY OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM offers a survey of the most recent advances in astronomy which are leading into new areas of experimental science.
From his childhood and schooling, to his contributions to science such as the invention of analytic geometry and his methods for testing hypotheses that formed the foundation of experimental science, to his piety as a Christian and much more, Cogito, Ergo Sum closely follows Descartes' life.
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