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Meanings and phrases
- a workplace for the conduct of scientific research; lab; research lab; research laboratory; science lab; science laboratory
- a region resembling a laboratory inasmuch as it offers opportunities for observation and practice and experimentation; testing ground
Air Force Research Laboratory
- a United States Air Force defense laboratory responsible for discovering and developing and integrating fighting technologies for aerospace forces; AFRL
Department of Defense Laboratory System
- a defense laboratory that provides essential services in fundamental science for national security and environmental protection and provides technologies that contribute to industrial competitiveness; LABLINK
Naval Research Laboratory
- the United States Navy's defense laboratory that conducts basic and applied research for the Navy in a variety of scientific and technical disciplines; NRL
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory
- a defense laboratory of the Criminal Investigation Command; the United States Army's primary forensic laboratory in support of criminal intelligence; United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; US Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; USACIL
US Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory
- a defense laboratory of the Criminal Investigation Command; the United States Army's primary forensic laboratory in support of criminal intelligence; United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; USACIL
United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory
- a defense laboratory of the Criminal Investigation Command; the United States Army's primary forensic laboratory in support of criminal intelligence; U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; US Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; USACIL
- a laboratory for biological research; biology lab; bio lab
- a laboratory for research in chemistry; chemistry lab; chem lab
- a laboratory devoted to research and development for national defense
- a workbench in a laboratory; lab bench
- a light coat worn to protect clothing from substances used while working in a laboratory; lab coat
- a laboratory for research in physics; physics lab
- a workplace for the conduct of scientific research; lab; laboratory; research lab; science lab; science laboratory
- A research laboratory was constructed in 1928.
- The research laboratory was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976.
- Sea urchin eggs are transparent and can be manipulated easily in the research laboratory.
- a workplace for the conduct of scientific research; lab; laboratory; research lab; research laboratory; science lab
- In 1978, she became the manager of the analytical science laboratory, working there until 1983.
- The sports science laboratory at the Queensland Academy of Sport was named in Baker's honour in 2010.
- The single-level facility includes 24 classrooms, library, fully equipped science laboratory, multi-purpose room, computer laboratory and large art room.
- a manned artificial satellite in a fixed orbit designed for scientific research; space station; space platform
- Diagnosis of the syndrome is clinical since there are no laboratory tests to confirm it.
- In rats, oral administration of dextromethorphan did not cause vacuolization in laboratory tests.
- The diagnosis and treatment of endocrine diseases are guided by laboratory tests to a greater extent than for most specialties.
- They operate at either 325 or 422 nm in fluorescence microscopes and various laboratory experiments.
- Other "Drosophila" research on reinforcement has been from laboratory experiments and is discussed below.
- The table below summarizes some of the laboratory experiments that are often cited as testing reinforcement in some form.
- In laboratory conditions, this diet is expanded considerably.
- Maturity is reached in 4 to 5 months under laboratory conditions.
- Under laboratory conditions, offspring can hatch in roughly 30 days.
- They have been used as laboratory animals.
- Two prominent murine human commensals have become vital laboratory animals.
- The hamsters were bred as laboratory animals in Jerusalem, but some escaped through a hole in the floor.
- Splint (laboratory equipment) A splint (or spill) is a simple piece of equipment used in scientific laboratories.
- Lucca is a childhood friend of Crono's and a mechanical genius; her home is filled with laboratory equipment and machinery.
- Whole process is relatively easy to perform and require just changes of given solutions with no need for some customized laboratory equipment.
- These laboratory studies by Van Dongen et al.
- After years of laboratory studies, this was used for the first time on a patient in 1953.
- Leibniz's ideas regarding music and tonal perception went on to influence the laboratory studies of Wilhelm Wundt.
- She was a photo laboratory assistant by profession.
- His father was a laboratory assistant and later a research chemist.
- At one time, she was employed as a laboratory assistant at the University of Bristol.
- The T4 ligase is the most-commonly used in laboratory research.
- Carbon dioxide induction is commonly used for the euthanasia of laboratory research animals.
- Couch's works on laboratory research have informed research on negotiation, parent-child relationships ...etc.
- Routine laboratory testing is needed before and after melarsoprol initiation.
- More than 20 addresses were raided by police with evidence taken to be sent for laboratory testing.
- Routine broad panel laboratory testing detects abnormalities in <2-3% of results and is therefore not recommended.
- He was then assigned to laboratory work in Ulyanovsk.
- Teaching is by lectures, laboratory work and small tutorial groups.
- There, he studied the electrical origins of ventricular fibrillation and became skilled at delicate laboratory work.
- In addition to office space, the BioCenter provides wet laboratory facilities to member companies.
- A second cause of the backlog is crime laboratory facilities receiving the rape kits and not testing them in a timely manner.
- The laboratory facilities include conventional and modern machinery with the technology of open-end spinning and air jet spinning.