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The Beginner's Guide To Winning The Nobel Prize: A Life In Science The Beginner's Guide To Winning The Nobel Prize: A Life In Science by Peter C. Doherty
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“If we want our species to survive in the long term, human beings cannot afford to stop reaching for the stars.”
Peter Doherty, The Beginner's Guide to Winning the Nobel Prize: Advice for Young Scientists
“Reliance on ex-cathedra pronouncements that emphasise authority over reason, discovery and evidence is both death to the spirit of truth and enquiry and physically damaging for our species and for our world”
Peter C. Doherty, The Beginner's Guide To Winning The Nobel Prize: A Life In Science
“Here again is the problem: the scientific community advises practical, responsible steps to ameliorate the situation, but many in the broader public believe that science will deliver miraculous answers that will absolve us from taking those responsible steps. The popular view of science and scientists is, to say the least, conflicted.”
Peter C. Doherty, The Beginner's Guide To Winning The Nobel Prize: A Life In Science
“What could be more gratifying than to discover, describe and explain some basic principle that no human being has ever understood before? This is the stuff of true science. Those societies that foster and harness that passion will be the prosperous, knowledge-based economies of the future.”
Peter C. Doherty, The Beginner's Guide To Winning The Nobel Prize: A Life In Science