Erwin Chargaff Quote

The scientific professions began to develop a momentum of their own, thereby creating a vested interest in always having more science, bigger science, better-endowed science. This is, incidentally, quite in contrast, for instance, to orchestra musicians whose influence on the number of orchestra pieces being written is minimal.


Voices in the Labyrinth, Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Volume 18, Number 3, Spring

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The scientific professions began to develop a momentum of their own, thereby creating a vested interest in always having more science, bigger...

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The scientific professions began to develop a momentum of their own, thereby creating a vested interest in always having more science, bigger...

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The scientific professions began to develop a momentum of their own, thereby creating a vested interest in always having more science, bigger...

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The scientific professions began to develop a momentum of their own, thereby creating a vested interest in always having more science, bigger...