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  • Project engineering

    staff to handle small projects, while some major companies have a department that does internal project engineering. Large projects are typically contracted

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  • Engineering

    term civil engineering entered the lexicon as a way to distinguish between those specializing in the construction of such non-military projects and those

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  • Project management

    started to systematically apply project-management tools and techniques to complex engineering projects. As a discipline, project management developed from

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  • Systems engineering

    large or complex projects. Systems engineering deals with work-processes, optimization methods, and risk management tools in such projects. It overlaps technical

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  • Science project

    detailing the results and conclusions and an abstract. Engineering projects, also known as technology projects, start with a design of a machine or mechanical

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  • Engineering Projects In Community Service

    Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) was founded in 1995 at Purdue University by Professors Edward Coyle and Leah Jamieson as a solution to

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  • Macro-engineering

    period. In contrast to conventional engineering projects, macro-engineering projects (called micro-projects or mega-projects) are multidisciplinary, involving

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  • List of engineering branches

    era, engineering is generally considered to consist of the major primary branches of chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, and

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  • Engineering geology

    value engineering and construction phases of public and private works projects, and during post-construction and forensic phases of projects. Works completed

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  • Civil engineering

    Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built

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  • Project Pluto

    Project Pluto was a United States government program to develop nuclear-powered ramjet engines for use in cruise missiles. Two experimental engines were

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  • Master of Engineering Management

    engineering operations or systems. MSEM or MEM graduate programs are grounded in principles such as systems engineering, management science, project management

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  • Engineering, procurement, and construction

    international projects, but this is very different from EPC. EPCM is a services-only contract, under which the contractor performs engineering, procurement

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  • Traffic engineering (transportation)

    Transportation planning Urban planning Human factors engineering. Typical traffic engineering projects involve designing traffic control device installations

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  • Electronic engineering

    Electronic engineering (also called electronics and communications engineering) is an electrical engineering discipline which utilizes nonlinear and active

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  • Engineering economics (civil engineering)

    infrastructure projects. Civil engineers confront more specialized forms of the fundamental problem in the form of the inadequate economic evaluation of engineering projects

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  • Front-end engineering

    for larger-sized projects. During the FEE phase, there is close communication between Project Owners and Operators and the Engineering Contractor to work

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  • Project manager

    management closing the project. Project Tools The tools, knowledge and techniques for managing projects are often unique to Project Management. For example:

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  • Sadbhav Engineering Limited

    implemented projects in Construction of Roads & Highways, Bridges, Mining and Irrigation supporting infrastructure. Sadbhav Engineering Ltd is listed

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  • Project

    or component operational projects: tactical projects. Human Genome Project which mapped the human genome Manhattan Project, which developed the first

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Applied science is the application of existing scientific knowledge to practical applications, like technology or inventions.

Within natural science, disciplines that are basic science, also called pure science, develop basic information to predict and perhaps explain and understand phenomena in the natural world. Applied science is the use of scientific processes and knowledge as the means to achieve a particular practical or useful result. This includes a broad range of applied science-related fields from engineering, medicine to early childhood education.

Applied science can also apply formal science, such as statistics and probability theory, as in epidemiology. Genetic epidemiology is an applied science applying both biological and statistical methods.


Applied research

Applied research is the practical application of science. It accesses and uses accumulated theories, knowledge, methods, and techniques, for a specific, state-, business-, or client-driven purpose. Applied research is contrasted with pure research (basic research) in a discussion about research ideals, methodologies, programs, and projects.

Applied research deals with solving practical problems and generally employs empirical methodologies. Because applied research resides in the messy real world, strict research protocols may need to be relaxed. For example, it may be impossible to use a random sample. Thus, transparency in the methodology is crucial. Implications for interpretation of results brought about by relaxing an otherwise strict canon of methodology should also be considered.

Since applied research has a provisional close-to-the-problem and close-to-the-data orientation, it may also use a more provisional conceptual framework such as working hypotheses or pillar questions. The OECD's Frascati Manual[6] describes applied research as one of the three forms of research, along with basic research & experimental development.

Due to its practical focus, applied research information will be found in the literature associated with individual disciplines.

Branches of applied science[edit]

For a topical guide to this subject, see Outline of applied science § Branches of applied science.

Engineering fields include thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, kinematics, electromagnetism, materials science, earth sciences, engineering physics.

Medical sciences, for instance, medical microbiology and clinical virology, are applied sciences that apply biology toward medical knowledge and inventions, but not necessarily medical technology, whose development is more specifically biomedicine or biomedical engineering.

In education

In Canada, the Netherlands and other places, the Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) is equivalent to the Bachelor of Engineering and is classified as a professional degree. The BASc tends to focus more on the application of the engineering sciences. In Australia and New Zealand, this degree is awarded in various fields of study and is considered a highly specialized professional degree.

In the United Kingdom's educational system, Applied Science refers to a suite of "vocational" science qualifications that run alongside "traditional" General Certificate of Secondary Education or A-Level Sciences. Applied Science courses generally contain more coursework (also known as a portfolio or internally assessed work) compared to their traditional counterparts. These are an evolution of the GNVQ qualifications that were offered up to 2005. These courses regularly come under scrutiny and are due for review following the Wolf Report 2011; however, their merits are argued elsewhere.

In the United States, The College of William & Mary offers an undergraduate minor as well as Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in "applied science." Courses and research cover varied fields including neuroscience, optics, materials science and engineering, nondestructive testing, and nuclear magnetic resonance. In New York City, the Bloomberg administration awarded the consortium of Cornell-Technion $100 million in City capital to construct the universities' proposed Applied Sciences campus on Roosevelt Island.

See also


  1. ^ Roll-Hansen, Nils (April 2009). Why the distinction between basic (theoretical) and applied (practical) research is important in the politics of science (PDF) (Report). The London School of Economics and Political Science. Retrieved September 13, 2018.

  2. ^ "a definition of applied research". Archived from the original on August 18, 2011. Retrieved August 17, 2011.(The site appears to be available, but returns a 'forbidden' response, suggesting that only certain IP ranges or recognized accounts might have access.)

  3. ^ Coombs, Crispin; Coombs, Crispin (2017). "Coherence and transparency: some advice for qualitative researchers". Production. 27. doi:10.1590/0103-6513.006817. ISSN 0103-6513.

  4. ^ Shields, Patricia, and Rangarjan, N. 2013. A Playbook for Research Methods: Integrating Conceptual Frameworks and Project Management. Stillwater, OK: New Forums Press. (See Chapter 5 "Exploration - Working Hypotheses" pp. 109-158)

  5. ^ The following are examples of applied research using working hypotheses 1) Swift, James T. 2010. "Exploring Capital Metro's Sexual Harassment Training Using Dr. Bengt-Ake Lundvall's Taxonomy of Knowledge Principles". Applied Research Projects, Texas State University. 2) Gillfillan, Abigail. 2008. "Using Geographic Information Systems to Develop and Analyze Land-Use Policies". Applied Research Projects, Texas State University. 3) Thornton, Wayne 2000. "A Descriptive and Exploratory Study of the Ethics Program at Austin State Hospital: The Common Elements of the Program and Managers' Beliefs About the Purpose and Usefulness of the Program". Applied Research Projects, Texas State University.

  6. ^ "Frascati Manual Page 30" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on October 7, 2011. Retrieved August 17, 2011.

  7. ^ National Research Council (US) Committee to Update Science, Medicine (2004). The Concept of Basic Research. National Academies Press (US).

  8. ^ "Open J-gate journals". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02. Retrieved August 17, 2011.

  9. ^ Donnelly, Jim. "Applied Science - an invisible revolution?" (pdf). Nuffield Foundation. Retrieved 16 October 2015.

  10. ^ Wolf, Alison (March 2011). Review of Vocational Education - The Wolf Report (Report). Department for Education and Department for Business, Innovation & Skills. DFE-00031-2011. Retrieved 16 October 2015.

  11. ^ Bell, Jacqueline; Donnelly, Jim (2007). Positioning Applied Science In Schools: Uncertainty, Opportunity and Risk in Curriculum Reform (PDF) (Report). The University of Leeds. Centre for Studies in Science & Mathematics Education. Archived from the original (pdf) on 3 October 2011. Retrieved 16 October 2015.

  12. ^ "Applied Science". William & Mary. Retrieved 16 October 2015.

  13. ^ "Mayor Bloomberg, Cornell President Skorton and Technion President Lavie announce historic partnership to build a new applied sciences campus on Roosevelt Island" (Press release). The City of New York. Office of the Mayor. 19 December 2011. Retrieved 16 October 2015.