Experiment [noun]

Definition of Experiment:

investigation, test

Opposite/Antonyms of Experiment:

Sentence/Example of Experiment:

IBM hopes that a platform like RoboRXN could dramatically speed up that process by predicting the recipes for compounds and automating experiments.

The hope there is for improved sensitivity in searches for dark matter or experiments that might reveal some long-sought flaws in our standard model of particle physics.

The experiment represents early progress toward the possible development of an ultra-secure communications network beamed from space.

The new experiment represents, however, the first time scientists have applied machine learning to “validation,” a further step toward confirming results that involves additional statistical calculation.

At first, the sites amounted to experiments on the outer edges of the crypto universe, but in 2020 they have started to attract real money.

“All across the world, students and parents are involved in a vast cyber-education experiment,” writes Lizzie Widdicombe in a prescient New Yorker item from April titled “The Great Zoom-School Experiment.”

Laboratory experiments have shown that good cloth masks and surgical masks could block at least 80% of viral particles from entering your nose and mouth.

“There’s a lot of ways that the future of news is going to look, and we just have to be more forgiving and open and able to see more of these experiments so that we can see which of them are worth continuing and adding fuel to,” Krewson said.

To show causation, scientists need to do experiments that test their hypotheses.

That’s not so different from how a scientist runs experiments.