Diligent inquiry or examination in seeking facts or principles; laborious or continued search after truth; as, researches of human wisdom; to research a topic in the library; medical research.
Systematic observation of phenomena for the purpose of learning new facts or testing the application of theories to known facts; -- also called scientific research. This is the research part of the phrase "research and development" (R&D).
To search or examine with continued care; to seek diligently.
Critical and exhaustive investigation or experimentation having for its aim the revision of accepted conclusions in the light of newly discovered facts.
A carefully planned and performed investigation, searching for previously unknown facts.
Metadata for entity: occurrence A process of inquiry in order to discover, interpret or revise facts, events, behaviors, or theories, or to make practical applications with the help of such facts, laws or theories. The term "research" is also used to describe the collection of information about a particular subject. See also: research and development
Inquiry into a specific subject from several sources.
Scientific process that involves the systematic and careful collection of data. go to glossary index
Scientific study to find out facts, test models and develop theories about the natural world.
Scientific Investigation or Inquiry
study, collection of data, and analysis based on hypotheses regarding a focused topic. It may involve laboratory or clinical study, social and behavioral scrutiny or programmatic evaluation.
Scientific enquiry into a topic. Research includes many different techniques, but has a very rigorous discipline that involves being impartial, thorough, careful, and honest. Research is often funded by grants and conducted by academics and business. It is the practical basis for making new discoveries and devising new theories.
is a systematic investigation, including research development, testing and evaluation designed to develop or contribute to generalized knowledge.
Research programs of study are postgraduate programs of study which involve a student independently researching a specific topic under the guidance of a supervisor and producing a thesis or report. Some research programs do involve a course-work component.
systematic, exhaustive, and intensive investigation and study, usually through hypothesis and experiment, to discover new knowledge, facts, theories, and laws
Systematic, intensive, patient study and investigation in some field of knowledge, usually employing the techniques of hypothesis and experiment, whose purpose is to reveal new facts, theories, or principles.
A study or investigation to find new information.
a systematic investigation, including research development, testing and evaluation, designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge. Activities which meet this definition constitute research for purposes of this policy, whether or not they are conducted or supported under a program which is considered research for other purposes. For example, some demonstration and service programs may include research activities.
to study carefully
A systematic investigation (i.e., the gathering and analysis of information) designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge [Federal Policy §___.102(d)].
n a detailed and careful investigation into some area of study to (try to) discover and apply (new) facts or information. [OFr recercher - To Seek
studious inquiry or examination; to investigate thoroughly; investigation or experimentation aimed at the discovery and interpretation of facts, revisions of accepted theories or laws in the light of new facts, or the practical application of such new or revised theories or laws.127
a close, careful study
Research is defined as a class of activities that have as their purpose the creation of, or contribution to, generalizable scientific knowledge, based on theories and principles that can be corroborated by commonly accepted scientific methods of observation, inference and/or experiment.
collecting and collating information with a view to gaining an understanding of a particular set of circumstances or facts. In art, craft and design, research activity leads to the development of work which is based upon informed judgement. Records of research will show the information collected and organised, the thoughts and ideas gained and the creative application of these in the work.
Funds to cover the costs of investigations and clinical trials, including demonstration and pilot projects. (Research grants for individuals are usually referred to as fellowships.)
Study or investigation to find out useful facts and information about a topic
attempt to find out in a systematically and scientific manner; "The student researched the history of that word"
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Close and careful study.
practical studio, textual or visual enquiry. For example: developing artworks, materials or process testing, library investigation, study of exhibited works, etc.
Research is the investigation or examination of a particular subject.
A systematic investigation (including gathering and analysis of data ) designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge.
indicates an original (includes SECONDARY ANALYSIS), complete research study containing data collection, methodology, discussion of results, etc. For materials about or how to conduct a research study, see specific CINAHL subject headings, such as CLINICAL NURSING RESEARCH or RESEARCH, MEDICAL.
Use for person(s) involved in analytical and exhaustive investigation to determine and authenticate subject matter, objects, costumes, music, and events used in a production; also, in the case of compilation films or programs, those involved in investigating moving and still picture and sound archives to isolate appropriate segments of existing pictures and sound for inclusion into the compilation production.
Systematic, scientific, documented study.
A thorough investigation of a subject, using all appropriate print and electronic resources. A Research Paper is not a report; be sure you understand the difference
Inquiry into a topic to discover or revise facts or add to knowledge about the topic. (Unit 2 Starting Your Search)
An active, diligent, and systematic process of inquiry aimed at discovering, interpreting and revising facts—producing new knowledge. Exploratory research identifies a new problem; constructive research results in the development of a new solution to a problem, and empirical research provides empirical evidence on the feasibility of an existing solution to a problem.
finding out more, investigation to establish the facts. This Association does not support research using animals.
Research is the empirical investigation of the relationships between or among several variables.
Looking into something in a systematic and logical way to find out new facts about it. Cancer research looks into new treatments, but can also find out many other things about cancers for example, who is at risk of particular types of cancer, how to prevent cancer and how to lessen side effects of treatment.
a careful and systematic study in a field of knowledge in order to discover facts or ideas.
Diligent and thorough inquiry and investigation into a topic. This includes using all appropriate print and electronic sources, asking the reference librarian for help, and making use of bibliographies given by other authors.
Usingmultiple sources to thoroughly study a human rights topic. Such sources can be books, newspapers, magazine or journal articles, or primary human rights documents (e.g., the Universal Declaration of Human Rights).
Special investigation or studies of a scholarly nature
to study a subject or look for an answer to a question
Finding information about a topic.
Diligent investigation or experimentation aimed at the discovery and interpretation of facts, revision of accepted theories or laws in the light of new facts, or proactical application of such new or revised theories or laws about a particular subject.
A systematic investigation to establish facts. Much of Environment Canada's work involves conducting research on a wide range of environmental topics.
A means of postgraduate study, where students undertake supervised research which will lead to a thesis or other piece of written material, within a set period of time. Masters degrees and Doctorates can be obtained in this way.
Systematic search for information and study to discover facts about reality that can guide decisions and solve problems.
A careful hunting for facts or truth about a subject; inquiry; investigation.
(RE search, or re SEARCH) Literally, to search again. In common usage to research means to study a subject thoroughly by collecting information from various sources.
The investigative process directed to the discovery of new knowledge. Research Project - Any product - including a n expository paper, oral presentation, video, or other means of communicating information - which presents the results of a careful investigation of some chosen topic and includes documentation for all information sources.
Riverine archaeology(French: archéologie fluviale) Maritime archaeology, specialising in the study of artefacts of early river traffic, such finds may often consist of e.g. ancient barrages (pole palisades) or logboats. Example from historic times: Ice Boats of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, by Albert Fischer. Another example is the Excavations in Saône River, France.
A systematic investigation, including research development, testing or evaluation designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge. Such activity may or may not differ in any significant way from customary medical or other professional practice. Research extends to clinical research regulated by the FDA as well as clinical research that supports applications for research or marketing permits for products regulated by the FDA, including drugs, medical devices, and biological products for human use.
focused, systematic study and investigation undertaken to increase knowledge and understanding of a subject. At SIUC, the term is used inclusively to refer to scholarly, empirical, creative, critical, and/or expressive activities in the sciences, humanities, arts, and other scholarly fields, which expand, clarify, reorganize, or develop knowledge or artistic perception. Includes Research training. Research may be basic or applied.
Standard investigations designed to develop or add to general knowledge.
looking for facts or information.
A systematic investigation, including research development, testing, and evaluation, designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge. Activities that meet this definition constitute research for purposes of 45 CFR 46, even if they are conducted or supported under a program that is considered research for other purposes. For example, some demonstration and service programs may include research activities.
usually indicates funds awarded to institutions to cover costs of investigations and clinical trials. Research grants for individuals are usually referred to as fellowships.
A detailed study of a subject to discover information or achieve a new understanding.
Systematic investigation, including research development, testing, and evaluation, designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge [45 CFR 102(d)].
Investigation or experimentation aimed at the discovery of new theories or laws and the discovery and interpretation of facts or revision of accepted theories or laws in the light of new facts. (49CFR171)
Many varieties and categories of research are relevant to dietary supplements. See clinical trial, control group, double-blind study, in-vitro research, peer review, placebo, randomized controlled trial, single-blind study, treatment group.
a systematic investigation to develop or contribute to knowledge (which is expressed, for example, in theories, principles, and statements of relationships). Intent to disseminate the results of the investigation in the form of a report, thesis, book, journal article or conference presentation may also signal a scholarly intent.
UOW provides research training for people who are interested in academic and research careers and for those who wish to advance their level of professional practice. A research program is defined as having at least 2/3 of its requirements as supervised research leading to a thesis. Coursework to the following definition in the glossary: Coursework programs may have all (or the majority) of their requirements met by the completion of coursework subjects in a particular discipline/professional area. Normally, a full-time student undertakes 8 subjects (48 credit points) per year. Each subject is allocated a credit point value. You will normally undertake Sessional subjects (one session to complete) - usually 6 credit points each.
Systematic, intensive searching conducted to discover new knowledge.
A systematic investigation, including research development, testing, and evaluation, designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge. This includes the development of research repositories and databases for research.
Measures selective ability of taking a large amount of information and quickly discover what is and isn't useful and compile a collection of interesting facts. This skill is recommended for all members of guilds or order to obtain and denote lessons to.
Finding information; often used when referring to traditional, formal (qualitative or quantitative) studies.
Often described as an active, diligent, and systematic process of inquiry aimed at discovering, interpreting and revising facts. This intellectual investigation produces a greater understanding of events, behaviors, or theories, and makes practical applications through laws and theories. The term research is also used to describe a collection of information about a particular subject, and is usually associated with science and the scientific method. Rhodes House in Oxford
Research is an active, diligent, and systematic process of inquiry aimed at discovering, interpreting, and revising facts. This intellectual investigation produces a greater knowledge of events, behaviors, theories, and laws and makes practical applications possible. The term research is also used to describe an entire collection of information about a particular subject, and is usually associated with the output of science and the scientific method.