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scientific

(sī′ən-tĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or employing the methodology of science.

sci′en·tif′i·cal·ly adv.
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We are urging the government to test the medicines in modern laboratories so that citizens can be advised scientifically about what they are taking.
Nonetheless, the Association has previously said that if a scientifically validated blood test for HGH was available, we would consider it.
Emerge differentiates itself from the competition with zero-calorie formulations, scientifically supported functional claims and superior value for the money," says Dave Vautrin, vice president of innovation and marketing.
But if we are to discard scientifically based testing and assessment, how are we to estimate the scale and character of the problem we are trying to address, or judge the success of various approaches to dealing with them?
However, recent advances in neuroscience have made more tantalizing than ever the prospect of scientifically explaining consciousness and how we come to understand the world, according to Edelman, the 1972 winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
I have been in love, plenty of people have been in love, yet love cannot be proved scientifically.
According to IES, educational practice needs to be grounded in scientifically based research, which is research that involves the application of rigorous, systematic, and objective procedures in order to obtain reliable and valid knowledge relevant to educational activities and programs.
Key highlights of these projects demonstrate how the NIEHS science education program is working to prepare the next generation of scientifically literate and scientifically engaged citizenry.
shattered myths about women not being scientifically inclined when in July their all-female computer programming team made it to Osaka, Japan for RoboCup 2005, an international robot-building competition.
Contrary to what abusers, underground publications, and pro-steroid Web sites fallaciously preach, there is no scientifically proven "safe" way to self-administer these potentially harmful compounds in every individual case.
combines a scientifically designed reusable SMART Pad[TM] and SMART Brief[TM] with computerized technology that continuously monitors residents' continence status without wires or cords.
To counter the negative and often confused public perception of Earth Science, and to bolster proposals for increased funding from NSERC, we must develop new research that has relevance for society and that matters scientifically.

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