Candid Science VI concludes the series by narrating the conversations with famous scientists from the biomedical sciences, chemistry, and physics. There are 31 Nobel laureates and 11 other luminaries among them. The scientists are in the field of biomedical sciences, chemistry and physics. Contents: Francis H C CrickSydney BrennerMatthew MeselsonPaul M NurseRichard Timothy HuntSeymour BenzerChristiane NA¼sslein-VolhardWerner ArberDavid BaltimoreJ Michael BishopHarold E VarmusPeter MansfieldAvram HershkoAaron CiechanoverIrwin RoseAlexander VarshavskyOsamu HayaishiAda YonathIsabella KarleJerome KarleYuan Tseh LeeDarleane C HoffmanRichard L GarwinDonald A GlaserNicholas KurtiHerbert KroemerJames W CroninWolfgang H PanofskyBurton RichterSamuel Chao Chung TingMartin L PerlCarlo RubbiaSimon van der MeerDouglas D OsheroffJack SteinbergerMasatoshi KoshibaRiccardo GiacconiBrian D JosephsonIvar GiaeverVitaly L GinzburgDavid J GrossFrank Wilczek Readership: General readers and scientists. Keywords:Nobel Prize;Famous ScientistsReviews:aRelaxed, doubtless, by the deadpan Hargittai sense of humour, these scientists are remarkably revealing about the freedoms and constraints of later 20th century science. Candid science VI weighs 1.7kg, but is difficult to put down.aChemistry WorldIa#39;ll never forget the turning point of my intellectual life, which was in the fifth grade. ... They told me that there was nothing wrong with what I was doing, but it was against their policy, which is a huge joke in the light of the DNA project. How muchanbsp;...
|Title||:||Candid Science VI|
|Author||:||István Hargittai, Magdolna Hargittai|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 2006-10-23|