laboratory research


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laboratory research

Research done principally in the laboratory.
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Programme interns will gain hands-on laboratory research experience and will learn to conduct scientific research, formulate ideas, design experiments and test hypotheses under the supervision of QBRI researchers.
Rodito Albano insist that various states in the US, as well as countries in Europe, have legalized marijuana use for medical purposes precisely because medical and laboratory researches showed specific medical benefits of marijuana.
He challenged us to explain why we don't just pour all of our resources into laboratory research.
The British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV) on Monday revealed that carriers including Air France, China Southern, China Eastern and Philippine Airlines have recently transported monkeys for laboratory research.
The agency is involved in both epidemiological and laboratory research and disseminates scientific information through publications, meetings, courses, and fellowships.
Each chapter begins with succinct explanations of why the species (or group) is useful for laboratory research, taxonomy, husbandry, genetics, and genomic resources.
Nina Goad, of the British Association of Dermatologists, said: "It's important to note that this is laboratory research and not yet ready for use on patients.
A workhorse rheometer for laboratory research and production-floor QC has a brand-new look plus a smaller diameter spindle shaft, smaller water-jacket accessory, and direct control of temperature from the keypad.
of Iowa) explore the potential benefits of using laboratory research in addition to field experimentation to assist criminologists and others working in the areas of crime, deviance, and law.
Caliper develops equipment and research tools that automate and speed laboratory research.
Xethanol Corporation, a renewable energy company, today said that its latest laboratory research results show "significant increases" in the rate of cellulosic ethanol production specific to a U.S.
Laboratory research has shown it may have the potential to damage the genetic material in cells and cause cancer in animals."

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