"I have only been trying experiments with
a letter of my own, before I wrote to Mr.
Heidegger, motioning them to be seated, "I am desirous of your assistance in one of those little experiments with
which I amuse myself here in my study."
He had not been forgetful of "Visible Speech" all this while, but had been making experiments with
two remarkable machines--the phonautograph and the manometric capsule, by means of which the vibrations of sound were made plainly visible.
Microarray experiments with
mouse strains that exhibited both high and low levels of response to inhaled lipopolysaccharide compounds (which trigger immune responses) identified about 500 genes that were responsive in at least one of the strains.
Finally, the design of an independent external experimental facility allows the opportunity to address seismic/vibration noise that is particularly important for some experiments with
From the theme park to the classroom, physics, chemistry and biology students can now perform experiments with
greater accuracy and speed than ever before.
Instead of examining samples after the substances had solidified, as in the earlier experiments with
the metals themselves, the researchers included in the shuttle experiment a videocamera that taped the progress of the solidification.
Through his experiments with
rabbits and other animals, French scientist Louis Pasteur develops a vaccine against rabies.
The real story about Wisconsin's experiments with
welfare is that they don't work.
This equation closely fits the results of the Phase 1 and 2 experiments with
a slight modification to account for the formation of the intermetallic:
Also in 1954, Box and other co-workers at ICI in the UK in Davies illustrated the different methods of design and analysis of experiments with
practical industrial problems, including the study of abrasion of rubber, road tests on tires and wear resistance.
It is important also for the experiments with
In 1991, Sridhar provided the first direct observations of these scars in microwave experiments with
a rectangular cavity con-taining a large disk.
Research with animal embryos can far outstrip the technical achievements of experiments with
human embryos, he adds, largely because animal research is unfettered by the same ethical constraints as research on humans.
After conducting a series of communications experiments with
the satellite over the next two years, NASA plans to turn ACTS over to private industry