differentiation : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a discrimination between things as different and distinct
  • n  the mathematical process of obtaining the derivative of a function
  • n  (biology) the structural adaptation of some body part for a particular function
    cell differentiation in the developing embryo

  • Will stem cells help us understand the course of cellular development and differentiation? Could we develop stem cells for transplant that did not set off an autoimmune attack from .
  • Now that there is little differentiation among benefits across the private sector, many companies rely less on benefits in attracting ideal applicants.
  • In absolute terms, the differentiation between good and bad is itself indeterminate.
News & Articles

  • Apple musing 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch iPhone expansion tip insiders
    Apple is considering a 4.7-inch iPhone and a 5.7-inch iPhone for launch as early as 2014, alongside a $99 entry-level model in a range of color plastic finishes, according to new insider rumors. The bigger iPhone whispers would see Apple echo some of Samsung’s handset differentiation, Reuters sources claim, though so far no final decisions Read The Full Story
    June 13, 2013 - SlashGear

  • Bob Ctvrtlik in International Herald Tribune
    The legacy projects, coupled with the guarantees they have offered, I believe gave our board a level of assurance that might have been the differentiation between the cities,USOC international vice president Bob Ctvrtlik said.
  • Howard Schultz in KBCI CBS 2
    We are confident that our actions will get us back on track in redefining the customer experience and further expanding the differentiation between us and others in the coffee business,Schultz said in a statement.

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