The data indicate that technologic
skills, training librarians for information technology usage, assessment of digital resources, identification of all types of electronic resources, and delivery service of electronic documents are the most important librarians' competencies in Indian schools.
For the modal test, the measurements of the frequency response functions are carried out under controlled conditions, where the structure of the analyzed technologic
equipment is artificially excited (Zapciu & Bisu, 2007).
The second technologic
advance is more idiosyncratic to EAR, NOSE & THROAT JOURNAL.
Yet several technologic
tools can be used to improve financial performance starting from the first encounter with the client.
The authors indicated that technologic
advances have improved the specificity of detecting SV40 antibodies and used an enzyme immunoassay based on viruslike particles (VLPs) to perform the analysis (1).
In an era when ethical issues are complicated by legal paperwork, technologic
advances, and bureaucratic rules, evaluating an issue from an ethical standpoint has become more difficult.
The clinical chemistry laboratory continues to be the site for utilization of a staggering array of alternatives for new and innovative analytical technologies, with increasing automation of even the more enduring methods, applying technologic
updates and variations of established principles.
Science literacy is key to helping us make sense of the information we receive in this fast-paced world where technologic
and scientific advances are made at an ever increasing rate.
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"The traditional model of publishing biomedical research fails to take advantage of technologic
advances that make the scientific literature more useful for scientists, physicians, and the general public," said Dr.
The KGB was reportedly the first to develop an antihangover preparation to enable Soviet agents to outdrink their so-called "opposite numbers." The Cold War may be over, but the technologic
and medical advances that it spawned live on.
Today, medical ethics has taken on added significance, especially in obstetrics, because of technologic
and medical advances, a litigious medicolegal climate, and an increasing interest in informed decision making by patients.