Here, Wall lays the groundwork for her fifth chapter, in which she examines recipes' place in the rise of experimental science
It generates excitement and curiosity in science by letting them explore experimental science
for themselves with the help of expert mentors.
In this article, De Koninck argues, following Aristotle, that the philosophy of nature and experimental science
are parts of one science of nature.
How do we teach such a fundamental concept of experimental science
to our students when it may challenge the way they have learned to learn?
From another, the unruly spirits were those of the psychical researchers, who embraced experimental science
and a naturalistic worldview, bur could not accept that mind was reducible to matter: they tried to turn the seance-room into a laboratory, but were ultimately unable to control for their own subjectivity.
It is gratifying to see these works receive critical notice--in particular The Kingdom of God, where Traherne undertakes his most deliberate and sustained foray into the discourse of experimental science
Accordingly, one can do experimental science
and develop theories summarizing the data without invoking God; however, the true nature of humans, who are the doers of science, will remain hidden from studies that assume methodological naturalism.
Coupled with a vigorous experimental science
program, ASC designs, procures, and operates some of the world's largest supercomputers while also developing, implementing, validating, and maintaining software to enable simulation of nuclear weapons and conduct leading-edge scientific research.
Clegg credits Bacon as being the first true scientist, moving science away from its former discipline, philosophy, and separating observational philosophy from experimental science
Shahriari was a researcher in the SESAME project, or Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science
and Applications for the Middle East, a regional organization for scientific cooperation, other reports said.
Our homegrown labs at Lums are an indigenous effort towards transforming the way experimental science
is done at the undergraduate level.
Prof Barham, from the University of Bristol, said: "To me, a kitchen is just like a science laboratory and cooking is just another experimental science