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The research plan primarily consisted of the following: Research Instruments The best research instrument suitable for this project was identified as an open-ended questionnaire, developed separately for different types of target candidates, namely manufacturers, distributors, end users, and industry experts.
BBSRC will invest Au10M in advanced scientific research instruments to keep the UK at the forefront of biological sciences research.
The facility will house ten laboratories equipped with state-of-the-art research instruments and a multi-purpose processing high-bay area designed especially for the installation of prototype manufacturing apparatus for innovation in fabrication of materials and devices, particularly in collaboration with industry.
The invention and development of new research instruments will lead to advances in scientific innovation and to the discovery of new things that have yet to be explained, such as fast electron dynamics in semiconductors.
Also of interest are clinical and applied investigations that may lead to the development of diagnostic research instruments, treatments, and intervention strategies.
As a research instrument to measure culture change in dementia care, as well as how well person-centered care is being practiced.
Engineers designed the EUVE so that shuttle astronauts can transform it into another orbiting research instrument when its original mission ends -- about two years from now.
BERGISCH GLADBACH, Germany -- RI Research Instruments GmbH, a majority-owned subsidiary of Bruker Energy & Supercon Technologies, Inc.