a room in which contaminants such as dust are reduced to a very low level by special procedures so that operations such as the manufacture and assembly of delicate equipment or the manipulation of biological materials can be performed effectively.
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How to use clean room in a sentence
He cited the bank’s decision to use a data clean room provided by ad tech vendor Infosum as an example of this focus.‘A challenging point for ID resolution’: Advertisers scramble to plan for the uncertain ‘cookieless future’ | Seb Joseph | January 11, 2021 | Digiday
More and more advertisers have been testing these partnerships in 2020, and the results are encouraging the industry to invest more into data clean rooms into the year ahead.
Critically, data clean rooms give all parties peace of mind by protecting against data leaks and ensuring that partnerships do not come at the cost of giving up competitive advantage.
Data clean rooms are one innovative solution that paves a way towards mutually beneficial data cooperation between industry players, and one we can expect to see more of in the year ahead.
BioNTech is seeking more of the raw materials it needs for its mRNA vaccine, more clean rooms and more cooperation partners, Sahin said.BioNTech CEO says its joint vaccine with Pfizer will likely work on new U.K. virus variant | kdunn6 | December 22, 2020 | Fortune
A bare enough room, certainly, not even a bit of carpet laid before the bed, but it was a clean room.Ester Ried Yet Speaking | Isabella Alden
We were shown at once into a clean room, and were soon surrounded by bustle and preparation for our comfort.In Indian Mexico (1908) | Frederick Starr
Miss Joyce: A very respectable place, indeed, and a very clean room you will get.Seven Short Plays | Lady Gregory
After the disappointments of the day, welcome once more, Charles, to the comforts of a clean room and a good fire.She Stoops to Conquer | Oliver Goldsmith
This fragrant, clean room bespoke character and family history.The Stolen Singer | Martha Idell Fletcher Bellinger
Scientific definitions for clean room
A room that is maintained free of contaminants, such as dust or bacteria. Clean rooms are used in laboratory work and in the production of precision parts for electronic or aerospace equipment. Also called white room
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