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    Laboratories - Research & Development in Providence


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    Business Listing   Axon Sleep Research Labs - Providence, RI - Phone: (401) 274-1901


    Business Listing   National Institute for Sports Science & Research - Providence, RI - Phone: (401) 453-2688


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    Helpful Definition for: Laboratories - Research & Development


    Laboratories for research and development are the facilities where scientists work on a range of applied and exploratory research projects to help clients, governments and universities apply scientific breakthroughs to solve real-world business and societal challenges. These are available with every company and organization headed by leading personnel and top brains of the organization concerned. Research & Development Laboratories can also exist as an autonomous concern, strictly meant for carrying out laboratory projects. Such research & development laboratories in Providence are the significant contributors in the field of scientific & technological achievements of Providence and as a whole, that of the entire world.

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