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known facts, ideas, and skill that have been imparted

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Our civilization has advanced largely by scientific discoveries and the application of such knowledge.
This book examines the connection between Darwin's world-changing theory of evolution, subsequent scientific discoveries, and the literary imagination.
14 November 2011 - Plexxikon Inc, a unit of Japan's Daiichi Sankyo Group (TYO:4568), said on Sunday that it has made two significant scientific discoveries in its oncology programme.
Dyson conveys the excitement of scientific engagement, as well as his dedication as a citizen responsible for scientific discoveries and their consequences.
says, "Where topics are taught that may generate controversy (such as biological evolution), the curriculum should help students to understand the full range of scientific views that exist, why such topics may generate controversy, and how scientific discoveries can profoundly affect society.
politics, Franklin might have a body of scientific discoveries the likes of that accomplished by Isaac Newton.
Readers will learn of the collective findings and studies of Gardner in his endeavors involving medical and travel emergencies, magical fights, natural dangers, playful friends, and scientific discoveries as he focuses his research whence among the many hunter-gatherer tribes of Canada's Northwest Territories, Japan, India, and many more.
Going from scientific discoveries in 1740 to the cutting-edge research of the modern day, The Proteus Effect looks at not only issues of research and learning, but also political and social concerns regarding stem cell research and ethical questions of a morally slippery slope.
This shocking anthology of incriminating stories and scientific discoveries is a must read for every consumer who owns a toothbrush.
1940), in his multivolume commentary on the Qur'an (3), argues that all scientific discoveries can be shown to have been mentioned in the Islamic scripture.
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