Concepts [noun]

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Such microbial arks might be able to drift among planets, spreading life through the universe, a concept known as panspermia.

This concept of viral dose being related to disease severity has been around for almost a century.

Covid-19 has changed our concept of the office so drastically that if and when we do return, it might be to a workplace that’s changed forever.

Google originally announced the concept of nofollow links in 2005 to fight comment spam.

As a proof-of-concept, the team first engineered DNA strands that self-folded into the shape of a 20-sided die, also called an icosahedron.

Of course, there’s a long way between “building a human ear on the back of a mouse” to “regenerating a wounded ear,” but as proof-of-concept, the study shows that it is possible.

That concept, once a dream, was this month awarded FAA certification for general aviation aircraft, proving the concept to be effective.

This concept was first developed for the Whistler Olympic Village in British Columbia.

The same concept applies to programmers developing a neural network.

We put those concepts on the test because that’s what we want students to learn.