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noun as in laboratory

noun as in testing ground

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Replace that coefficient with a finite measurement from the lab.

Additional lab trials are also ongoing with Samsung, Verizon said.

From Fortune

The coronavirus can usually make 100 million copies of itself inside a cell in about a day, but Coleman says the deoptimized version will copy itself half as well in the lab.

In a lab dish of about 1 million human cells, she says the viral load can skyrocket from about one thousand infectious viruses to 10 million in just two days.

His lab made headlines in 2009 by showing that in mice, NK cells can learn from past experience.

The lab opened the door to a patchwork of grants from around the world which allowed Lavie to begin auditioning actresses.

After his return to the United States, Gillespie took the discovery to the National Transportation Safety Board lab.

“The captain said there was a person on board who worked in a lab at Texas Health Presbyterian,” Lupher said.

Robust work in this area is coming from Jeffrey Gordon lab at Washington University in St. Louis.

Though a lab has also confirmed the presence of the virus, its role in her death is unclear.

The details for the application of the indicator are given in the instructions for laboratory practice, Lab.

I went up the stairs and down the hall to Callahan's lab, next to Dr. Marchare's.

Most of these were workmen of some kind or other, called in to help the lab crew as needed, but all of them were tight-lipped.

He discharged the accumulated energy in a single blue flare that filled the lab with thunder and ozone.

I have talked to him about the relation of conscience to lab-work, but I don't know if my talk all came out at the other ear.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lab, such as: workshop, chemistry laboratory, and research laboratory.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.