Big Science


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A popular term for large, long-term, multi-center, and often multinational research efforts that are goal-oriented, initiated by consensus committees, rather than an individual investigator, and costly—e.g., Human Genome Project, War on Cancer, the International Space Station, Large Hadron Collider
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Big Science Business Forum 2018 will be the first one-stop-shop for companies from all over Europe, where they can gain insight into Big Science organisations' future investments and purchases in just one location over the space of a few days.
I am starting my last year at CFI and I think that one of the things I would like to be able to say at this time next year is that the government has committed to the development of a strategy for the big science in Canada.
Hiltzik details the fascinating story of how Lawrence built the foundation for Big Science.
In an epilogue he suggests that Lawrence's story may be an elegy for Big Science itself, but this is needless embellishment.
As we now understand the importance of holding exclusive possession of strategic secret in the fight for world power, it is time to analyze the Big Science of Biology.
As a cautionary point--getting to the vision of Big Science and Big Collaboration must not be a race to the lowest common denominator of data quality.
Steve Mosby Reading outside the genre you write in is always a good thing, and I'm a big science fiction fan.
Summary: LONDON -- Students from the Rashid bin Humaid School, Ajman, won the Big Science Challenge on their project about provision of fresh water in a contest held in London recently.
The Big Science Challenge contest, which runs until February 3, is open to teams of up to five pupils aged between 11 and 16 from secondary schools across the Middle East and the UK.
Lite Modernism describes postwar American modernism as an ongoing cultural debate among intellectuals and artists about common anxieties and themes, including totalitarianism, authoritarianism, the atomic threat, the rise of big science, changing gender roles, and identity formation.
The company already has several educational development programmes already on the ground or in the pipeline for the Middle East, such as the Big Science Challenge with the British Council and having been a founding member of the British University in Dubai (BUiD).
The competition, which is named 'The Big Science Challenge', is open to children between the ages of 11 and 16 in all schools in the country.