- n. Plural form of science.
“A single modern observation on a star has to undergo a careful analysis by the combined aid of various sciences -- has to _be digested by the organism of the sciences_; which have severally to assimilate their respective parts of the observation, before the essential fact it contains is available for the further development of astronomy.”
“In many of what we term sciences, these two kinds are mixed up together; but systematic botany is a pure example of the former kind, and physics of the latter kind, of science.”
“I spent years learning what you call the sciences but it was difficult to find entities who knew how to teach them.”
“In many of what we term our sciences, these two kinds are mixed up together; but systematic botany is a pure example of the former kind, and physics of the latter kind, of science.”
“No, as I said, it's just a matter of basic cultural literacy about reality -- which, relative to the sciences, is sorely lacking regarding economics.”
“This osteo story shows again, and again, that the lack of space life sciences is not only bad for exploration, it is unethical for astronauts.”
“It also wants Obama to create new positions at the Patent and Trademark Office, the United States Trade Representative, and the Department of State dedicated to, “promoting innovation and advancing the cause of progress in sciences and the useful arts”.”
“It basically implied that scientists with a more diverse background in sciences and life experience are more probable to recognize the accidental discoveries they witness.”
“• (Eva) Xiaoyun Nong, Harvard University; home: Miami; major: biochemical sciences; is researching a simple structural model to predict viral and bacterial replication rates.”
“Even in sciences like physics, few students take classes past century old topics like special relativity.”
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