Science Laboratory Definition

Define what is Science Laboratory?

1. lab, laboratory, research lab, research laboratory, science lab, science laboratory (noun)

a workplace for the conduct of scientific research.

    Hypernyms

    workplace, work noun
    a place where work is done.

    Hyponyms

    bio lab, biology lab, biology laboratory noun
    a laboratory for biological research.

    chem lab, chemistry lab, chemistry laboratory noun
    a laboratory for research in chemistry.

    defense laboratory noun
    a laboratory devoted to research and development for national defense.

    physics lab, physics laboratory noun
    a laboratory for research in physics.

    Nearby Terms

    science museum (noun)
    a museum that collects and displays objects having scientific interest

    science teacher (noun)
    someone who teaches science

    scienter (adverb)
    (law) deliberately or knowingly

    scientific (adjective)
    of or relating to the practice of science

    scientific agriculture (noun)
    the application of soil and plant sciences to land management and crop production

    scientific discipline (noun)
    a particular branch of scientific knowledge

    scientific fact (noun)
    an observation that has been confirmed repeatedly and is accepted as true (although its truth is never final)

    scientific instrument (noun)
    an instrument used by scientists

    scientific knowledge (noun)
    knowledge accumulated by systematic study and organized by general principles

    scientific method (noun)
    a method of investigation involving observation and theory to test scientific hypotheses

    scientific research (noun)
    research into questions posed by scientific theories and hypotheses

    scientific theory (noun)
    a theory that explains scientific observations

    scientifically (adverb)
    with respect to science; in a scientific way

    scientist (noun)
    a person with advanced knowledge of one or more sciences

    Scientology (noun)
    a new religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard in 1955 and characterized by a belief in the power of a person's spirit to clear itself of past painful experiences through self-knowledge and spiritual fulfillment