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applied science

Any project that employs scientific methods to make practical or useful changes to the physical environment, e.g., any form of engineering or technology.
See also: science
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Krystin Macdonald Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing Student--Western Nevada College
The BTEC First Certificate in Applied Science course is for those seeking a science-based career.
Wartsila said that it has already started joint projects with Svenska yrkeshogskolan and the Vaasa University of Applied Sciences connected to the agreement.
Laura Janes, of the University's First Campus team, said, 'The pupils who took part in this pilot event are all GCSE students studying applied science, a new course with a high practical content with links to industry.
Mr Bell said: "The GCSE course in applied science is getting off to a good start at Northallerton College.
CHESHIRE - Associate of applied science in associate degree nursing: Susan Allen.
Wilson has announced the release of Applied Science & Technology Full Text, a new database containing the full text of 100 leading science periodicals, industry publications, and professional and technical society journals.
Instead of a one-step learning-by-doing process, the model is designed around three innovation levels defined by the National Science Foundation as basic science, applied science, and development.
SIMON, CEO of TOUCHSTONE APPLIED SCIENCE ASSOCIATES, describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
Advocates of applied science should be encouraged by the crop of 40 high school seniors named as this year's finalists in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search.
From it the spokes of the four schools: technology, business, design and applied science whizz out into the parkland.
At x + 2, activity is increasing: the topic is diffusing into additional databases, the number of occurrences is increasing, and the topic is recognized for the first time in an applied science database.

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