Language in Science

IB Biology: Language in Science

In The nature of cell-cycle checkpoints: facts and fallacies by Alexey Khodjakov and Conly L Rieder they state, "Few would disagree that scientific advances rest on the ability of the scientists involved to communicate clearly. An equally important part of scientific cognition is the ability to place individual findings into the larger context of previous and concurrent studies. This requires an in-depth understanding...

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