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Synonyms for catalyze

change by catalysis or cause to catalyze

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We've developed the Catalyzing Conversations Toolkits to help this frontline group create a consistent, effective "tone in the middle" using the blended learning strategies that research shows are the most effective way to educate.
For many years the compounding and catalyzing of materials, fluorosilicone elastomers included, was not recognized as having much if any effect on the properties of the final product.
IEC President John Janowiak stated, "Our DesignVision Awards honor those catalyzing positive change in high-technology, business, and academia, completely in line with the IEC's mission.
The 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, announced as SCIENCE NEWS was going to press, recognizes the development of molecules for catalyzing fundamental reactions used to make countless pharmaceuticals.
IEC President John Janowiak stated, "With hundreds of submissions, our awards program gives tribute to those catalyzing positive change in technology, business, and academia, completely in line with the IEC's mission.
Showing that RNAs could accomplish this step, too, catalyzing the synthesis of proteins, is an important confirmation" of the RNA-world idea, says Michael J.
The IEC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to catalyzing technology and business progress worldwide by providing high-quality educational opportunities for industry professionals, academics, and students.