Definition of research-based in English:

research-based

adjective

  • Founded on an accumulation of facts that have been obtained by research.

    ‘research-based findings’
    • ‘Their goal was very specific - to increase the research-based offerings at the conference.’
    • ‘Developmental scientists have research-based interventions that help violent children, but they cost money and take time.’
    • ‘Farmers identified problems and scientists worked to provide research-based solutions.’
    • ‘The discovery, development and marketing of new pharmaceutical products is the essence of the research-based pharmaceutical industry.’
    • ‘Psychologists should inform teachers about effective, research-based teaching practices and related resources.’
    • ‘This volume is a consistently excellent research-based overview of major topics in human sexuality.’
    • ‘Applicants must be doctoral-level psychologists engaged in a research-based program related to violence prevention.’
    • ‘Master's level students are required to earn authorship on a research-based manuscript submitted to a refereed journal.’
    • ‘The information and demonstrations are unbiased and research-based.’
    • ‘We are trying to lead the field in research-based fine art education.’
    technological, technical
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