conduct peer reviews
because their inventions are not reliable.
B. Other scientists need to be able to repeat a scientist's experiments.
so they can find cures to diseases
The government uses funding to force scientists to do research that won't hurt people.
they have to get entouch with the federal food assoc.
Medical research scientists.
In most cases, scientists are testing a hypothesis to find out if it is true. After they have concluded their research and made certain they have enough information to determine a reliable result, they will usually write up their findings and publish the results in a journal, so that other scientists can learn from the research, and perhaps expand upon it in future scientific investigations.
4 out of 5 scientists have proven through extensive research on small, insignificant creatures that they are not sure who "they" are.
its a good place to research but its not always reliable.
Sotware.com is a reliable source to purchase software from. You should always do your research on the product description before purchasing to make sure it is compatible with your computer.
Scientists get information from research, observations, experiments, and other scientists.
Because scientists want to obtain correct, sure, reliable experimental data.
Exploratory research is that is in explicit in nature. And the result of this research is reliable.
It's as reliable as Wikipedia.
They aren't tempted to lie because if they lie and their research doesn't prove to accurate they are disgraced and their research is trash. They do everything possible to make sure what they do can be verified and proven.
Information that you can trust would be termed reliable. If you aren't sure of the source, or the source is someone that you don't trust, then the information would be unreliable, and you wouldn't count on it in an important situation. If the information is reliable, then you might trust it without doing your own research.