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a person of great and varied learning

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Such articles highlight the contrast between the special- ists who seemingly rule today's world and the multi- disciplinary polymaths of previous centuries.
Ideally, and if they were being strictly truthful, most businesses in our industry would love to employ crea- tive parrots, not polymaths.
Because, with well-stocked brains, the real creativity will follow -- and I for one would rather work with polymaths than parrots.
In presenting the award, activist Todd Stiefel (Stiefel Freethought Foundation) referred to Graffin as a polymath and fondly recalled slam dancing with his kids backstage at the Reason Rally during Bad Religion's performance.
The initial spurt of learning gives out, and the expert is left, like an animal, merely defending his territory," according to British polymath Robert Twigger.
The Polymath Project is a good example of how research takes place in this new era of networked science.
The Polymath Project was set in motion, in January 2009, by Tim Gowers, a brilliant mathematician, recipient of the Fields Medal, the highest honor in mathematics, dubbed the Nobel Prize of mathematics.
The New Polymath is an enterprise which has learned to amalgamate 3, 5, 10 strands of technology-infotech, cleantech, healthtech, nanotech, biotech-to create compound new products and to innovate internal processes.
Anchors around case studies on innovations and creative processes at 8 New Polymath enterprises - BP, Cognizant, GE, Kleiner Perkins, National Hurricane Center, Plantronics, salesforce.
The New Polymath brims with innovation examples from a variety of industries, countries and business processes.
PART II THE R-E-N-A-I-S-S-A-N-C-E FRAMEWORK: BUILDING BLOCKS FOR THE NEW POLYMATH.
Jonathan Williams (1929-2008): Poet, Publisher, Polymath
FRANCIS GALTON (1822-1911) was a distinguished polymath who made major contributions to a variety of intellectual fields.