cross-disciplinary

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cross-disciplinary

[kraws-dis-uh-pluh-ner-ee, kros-]
adjective
involving two or more academic disciplines; interdisciplinary: cross-disciplinary studies in Biblical archaeology.
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Many of these new innovations are cross-disciplinary, requiring patent examiners to have expertise in multiple technical areas.
There is a surprising amount of discussion among educators about cross-disciplinary teaching.
Cross-disciplinary talks are particularly encouraged.
To expose the students to cross-disciplinary activities and teamwork, the projects are selected carefully and critically.
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