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For decades, corporate R & D leaders and university researchers have looked at each other across a broad chasm: Companies have wanted access to research they can commercialize quickly, often within a fiscal quarter, and they've had scant patience for the academic pursuit of the frontiers of knowledge, or basic research.
At Fleming College, CITO's first-round funding supported research into ubiquitous location tracking using standard wireless technologies.
One would think that the proponents of embryonic stemcell research would also be proponents of killing society's worst criminals and then giving the criminals' body parts to needy, worthy transplant recipients.
Both of my summer employments were on bleaching projects--one at Kimberly-Clark in Neenah, at their research lab; the other one at Nekoosa Edwards Paper Company in Port Edwards, Wisconsin," he recalled.
Alan Bernstein, president of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
This year, the Foundation developed a new strategic plan with a five-year component, which will provide direction for the research, marketing, education and communication opportunities ahead.
Singer, who is Australian, does not base his opposition to animal research on the concept of rights; his American counterpart, University of North Carolina philosophy professor Tom Regan, does.
Just as the pace of progress to date would not have been possible without the participation in research of patients with mental illness and other volunteers, neither will the advances of tomorrow be realized without their continued participation.
Designing the course around participants' needs, the instructor used a model of action research which incorporated a cycle of planning, acting, observing and reflecting (Hopkins, 1985; Keemis, 1982).
These authors include two valuable tables: one lists examples of content analysis in LIS research from 1991 to 2005, while the other summarizes the characteristics of qualitative and quantitative content analysis.
Our organization utilizes marketing research for many efforts, including concept testing/concept development, branding, positioning, naming, logo testing, etc.
The Center for School Counseling Outcome Research was designed to meet these needs, and it has as its mission "improving the practice of school counseling by developing the research base that is necessary for responsible and effective practice" (CSCOR, 2004, [paragraph] 1).