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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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Behavioral laboratory experiments can be classified as an empirical method since they rely on the observation of behavior and on the analysis of data.
Chapter 10, Advanced Microscale Organic Laboratory Experiments, (formerly chapter 7) has been moved to the book companion web site.
They're performing laboratory experiments with microscopic shell-building phytoplank ton known as coccolithophores.
The BUAV and Animal Aid believe that the same principle applies to all non-human primates and they are calling for that ban to be extended to protect all monkeys from laboratory experiments.
Chemistry teachers, in particular, have complained that overcrowded classrooms have made it dangerous for them to assign laboratory experiments.
In laboratory experiments, when the brain protein alpha-synuclein combines with dopamine in nerve cells it can trigger the production of toxic reactive oxygen molecules that kill the nerves, according to a research team led by Dr Bruce Yankner of Harvard Medical School.
The lectures are supplemented by laboratory experiments.
It includes skill-building, problem-solving laboratory experiments and lectures on radiometry fundamentals, emissivity, blackbodies, the signal measurement equation, the temperature measurement equation and NIST temperature calibration services.
Studies such as Welleford and Owens's interviews lack the drama of laboratory experiments that are conquering the biology of dementia, but bringing the whole person back into studies of aging appears to be a trend in federally sponsored research that will be welcomed by the long-term care field.
As currently designed, stockpile stewardship enables the United States to continue developing nuclear weapons through sophisticated laboratory experiments, "subcritical tests," and computer simulations based on the thousands of nuclear tests it has already performed.
The Blood paper describes these first successful laboratory experiments which resulted in permanent genetic modification of killer T cells specific for HIV.
Inspired by Richard Preston's account of a horribly aggressive virus carried by monkeys shipped to the United States for laboratory experiments, Applebroog's paintings depicted these silent, uncomprehending carriers of a menacing new virus.
Lot 1 Laboratory equipment for laboratory experiments with Electrical Machines.
In laboratory experiments using budding yeast, the same type used in baking and brewing, scientists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, developed a new approach to determine the location of unrepaired breaks in DNA.
Robinson says that she wasn't thinking about repellents when she started her laboratory experiments on foraging trails in pharaoh's ants (Monomorium pharaonis).
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