scientific knowledgeThis is what is meant by claiming that scientific knowledge is ‘public’ knowledge — that is, that it is in principle testable and verifiable by anyone/everyone and not merely a matter of private belief.
acquire knowledgeAnalysis of mechanisms by which human observers acquire knowledge of faces
knowledge and skillsIn both the OCEA and GAIM projects, for example, teachers note pupils' use of knowledge and skills in the course of problem solving.
product knowledgeAn individual who has no product knowledge but has imagination can often stimulate ideas.
technical knowledgeNourish says: ‘The technical knowledge and equipment to provide adequate containment is available.
sociology of knowledgeNone the less, he did con firm that there was a place for the sociology of knowledge — provided it lost its ‘epistemological impedimentia’(Merton 1957: 508).
lack of knowledgeAnyway that, that I mean lack of experience, lack of knowledge and, put that down to, probably but that's just another story.
background knowledgeThere are four areas in particular where new research and established practice can give you a good framework and background knowledge for your care.
skills and knowledgeThe core units are designed to inculcate the special skills and knowledge that are indispensable to those seeking employment in the area covered by a particular Board.
knowledge of howIn hard-copy systems one finds a paper by applying one's knowledge of how hierarchical systems work.
experience and knowledgeThe answer is reached through the factual conclusions on tests and from the experience and knowledge of the writer.