Scientific definition

Scientific means an activity that is taught at universities; cf. ibid., § 53, para. 19; with a broader definition: Schulze, note 135 above, § 53, para. 23.
Scientific means an activity that is taught at universities. Cf. ibid., § 53, para. 19; with a broader definition Dreier, in Dreier/Schulze (eds), note 135 above, § 53, para. 23.
Scientific. – means according to rules laid down in exact science for performing observations and testing the soundness of conclusions; systematic, accurate; used in, engaged in, or relating to science (OED 9th)

Examples of Scientific in a sentence

The “Council” means the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 of the Govt.

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is one of the leading scientific research and technology development organisations in Africa.

The dispute shall be referred to the Director General, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research and if he is unable or unwilling to act, to the sole arbitration of some other person appointed by him willing to act as such Arbitrator.

A signed original of this written statement required by Section 906 has been provided to Electro Scientific Industries, Inc.

More Definitions of Scientific

Scientific means anything that has been substantiated and proved on the protocol of evidence-based medicine.
Scientific here means that instructors draw on established quantitative or qualitative methods of analysis and interpretation. Quantitative methods include, but are not limited to, statistical analysis of data and controlled experiments. Qualitative methods include, but are not limited to, fieldwork, surveys, document analysis, ethnographies, case studies,
Scientific means able to increase scientific and technological knowledge by using rigorously experimental method
Scientific. Scientific NRG, Inc., a Minnesota corporation By: /s/Fred G. Luke Fred G. Luke, President ATTEST: /s/ Jon L. Lawver Secretary
Scientific. Section: Circular 784. Washington, DC: National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Association (undated). Labine, Clem. "Selecting the Best Exterior Paint." The Old House Journal. Vol. 4, No. 7 (July 1976), pp. 1, 1011. Morton, W. Brown III and Hume, Gary L. The Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Historic Preservation Projects with Guidelines for Applying the Standards. Washington, DC: Department of Interior, 1979. Paint Problem Solver. St. Louis: National Decorating Products Association, 1980.
Scientific means of or relating to a systematic attempt, made at a public or private college, university, secondary school, or primary school, which college, university, or school is accredited by either the Georgia Accrediting Commission, Inc., or the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; or made in the course of an independent study conducted in affiliation with any of the aforementioned institutions; or made by any chartered association or society organized for the purpose of conveying knowledge to its members; or made by a research facility or a governmental agency, for the purpose of discovering new knowledge through the possession of wild animals or wildlife for the testing of a theory or hypothesis, such theory or hypothesis to be tested according to the accepted procedures of observation, comparison, objective data collection, and analysis.
Scientific means a scientific indication.