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    The research goals is the realization of industrial critical technologies

    Dear friends,

    Help me, please, with the usage of "realization" in the list below:

    "The research goals is the realization of industrial critical technologies of applied hydroacoustics."

    Here I mean that there are critical technologies formed by our President (some of them concern hydroacoustics) and the goal of our team's research is to carry out the main ideas of these technologies.

    Is the usage of "realization" correct?

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    Re: The research goals is the realization of industrial critical technologies

    "Realization" is the fulfilment or achievement of a desire.

    What do you mean by "critical" technologies? If the technologies are there, you do not say your President "formed" them. Do you mean "identified"?

    I think "application" works better than "realization.

    The title should read, "the research goals are..".
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: The research goals is the realization of industrial critical technologies

    ...or 'The research goal is ...'

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    Re: The research goals is the realization of industrial critical technologies

    Quote Originally Posted by tedmc View Post
    "Realization" is the fulfilment or achievement of a desire.

    What do you mean by "critical" technologies? If the technologies are there, you do not say your President "formed" them. Do you mean "identified"?

    I think "application" works better than "realization.

    The title should read, "the research goals are..".
    Of, course "are" goes with "goals", it was just a misprint.

    Here are some links containing "critical technologies" (found in google):

    https://www.google.ru/?gws_rd=ssl#ne...hnology+russia

    I still want to write "realization" because "application" and "applied" aren't very good in one sentence (there is "applied" at the end).

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