research in, research into
The noun research is followed by the preposition in when the object of the preposition is a field of research.
- The research in the field is extensive.
- The professor was renowned for her research in biology.
The noun research is followed by the preposition into when the object of the preposition is an issue.
- Scientists are conducting research into global warming.
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