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Scientists are doing an awful lot of damage to the world in the name of helping it. I don't mind attacking my own fraternity because I am ashamed of it.
There is not much that even the most socially responsible scientists can do as individuals, or even as a group, about the social consequences of their activities.
The optimum amount of sugar in a product became known as the 'bliss point.' Food inventors and scientists spend a huge amount of time formulating the perfect amount of sugar that will send us over the moon and send products flying off the shelves.
Researchers should always consider ethical concerns on scientific research and disclose their data to the public. Scientists also need to discuss issues surrounding their research with those who are concerned.
There are many religious points of view where the conservation of the world is just as important as it is to scientists.
In the 1920s and 1930s, scientists from both the political left and right would not have found the idea of designer babies particularly dangerous - though, of course, they would not have used that phrase.
Whatever the scientists may say, if we take the supernatural out of life, we leave only the unnatural.
Scientists - the crowd that for dash and style make the general public look like the Bloomsbury set.
There's absolutely no reason at all that physicians, scientists, shouldn't be involved in things that affect all of us.
In my research, I've interviewed a lot of people who never fit in, who are what you might call 'different': scientists, artists, thinkers. And if you drop down deep into their work and who they are, there is a tremendous amount of self-acceptance.
People who are scientists today are scientists in spite of the system, typically, not because of it.
Neil deGrasse Tyson
Scientists in different disciplines don't speak the same language. They publish in different journals. It's like the United Nations: You come together, but no one speaks the same language, so you need some translators.
Neil deGrasse Tyson
I think it's important for scientists to speak in their own voices and not just be mediated by journalists or others speaking for them.
Kids are natural scientists.
There is a majority of scientists that say that global carbon emissions by humans causes some changes in the climate.
If scientists can't communicate with the public, with policy makers, with one another, the future is going to be held back. We're not going to have the future that we could have.
If two scientists are giving their papers at a symposium, and one of them is just naturally better at talking to the public or talking to a group of people, that scientist is liable to get more attention - in fact, I'm told that they do get more attention - than the one who's a little more stiff about it. Well, that's not good for science.
Theories of love are found in the works of scientists, philosophers, and theologians.
As someone who has spent many years marveling at the brilliant and painstaking work of the doctors, scientists and researchers at St. Jude, I can attest firsthand to the bone-deep commitment these men and women have made in their fight against disease. They are at it around the clock - every hour of the day, every day of the year.
Psychologists really aim to be scientists, white-coat stuff, with elaborate statistics, running experiments.
Scientists are being portrayed by much of the power structure in politics and business as having a vested interest - that they're just out to get more grant money by exaggerating the threats.
I enjoy mixed audiences, not one particular group. Short, tall, scientists, Jews, gentiles, whatever, as long as they breathe and like to laugh.
In days gone by, scientists would speak solemnly about our solar system's 'habitable zone' - a theoretical region extending from Venus to Mars, but perhaps not encompassing either, where a planet would be the right temperature to have liquid water on its surface.
Already from your own cells scientists can grow skin, cartilage, noses, blood vessels, bladders and windpipes. In the future, scientists will grow more complex organs, like livers and kidneys. The phrase 'organ failure' will disappear.
There's no way that scientists can ever rule out religion, or even have anything significant to say about the abstract idea of a divine creator.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
John F. Kennedy
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