In other words, the synthetic acts a whole lot like old-school weed.
One key ingredient of the stuff: Propylene glycol, a synthetic liquid that absorbs water.
There is evidence that synthetic tracks may be safer for horses than dirt, but synthetic tracks are slow to catch on in the US.
But the arguments over drug testing may cease to matter if the synthetic drug epidemic continues.
Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute produced the first living organism with synthetic bacteria this May.
Humes problem, thus viewed, finds its final and complete expression in the formula: How are synthetic a priori judgments possible?
Phillips had a logical mind and a capacity for synthetic induction.
One of the latest and most striking of these achievements of synthetic chemistry is the manufacture of indigo.
No mention now of the Eurasian exemplar, the synthetic "over-man."
This is another instance of the synthetic or assimilative phase of scientific thinking.
1690s, as a term in logic, from French synthétique (17c.), from Modern Latin syntheticus, from Greek synthetikos, from synthetos, past participle of syntithenai (see synthesis). From 1874 in reference to products or materials made artificially by chemical synthesis; hence "artificial" (1930).
synthetic syn·thet·ic (sĭn-thět'ĭk)
Relating to or involving synthesis.
Produced by chemical synthesis, especially not of natural origin.