A scientist is a professional who uses the scientific method to acquire knowledge. They may specialize in one or more areas of science, such as astronomy, biology, or chemistry. Scientists may be employed by universities, industry, or the government. A scientist must have at least a bachelor's degree, and a doctoral degree if desiring a research position.
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- Nanotechnology Scientists
Nanotechnology is on the cutting-edge of scientific research. Learn about some of the big names in nanotechnology with this guide to nanotech scientists and business leaders.
Lab Design (Photograph)
A bright, white, and very clean laboratory room is ready for use. An expansive tile table features seating for more than a dozen, allowing for collaboration among scientists and researchers.
Microbiology Lab (Photograph)
Glass doors provide an unobstructed view to a clean and aseptic microbiology lab. The equipment inside the room will be used by physicians, researchers, and scientists to study microbes and bacteria, in an effort to make the world a healthier place.
- Laboratory Equipment
The type of equipment in a particular laboratory will vary greatly depending upon the tests and experiments being done by the scientists.
- Nanotechnology Industries
Nanotechnology is a cutting-edge science that is being used in many industries. Learn about the industries utilizing nanotechnology and find links to newsworthy nanotech companies and scientists.
Antarctica currently hosts an ever-rotating group of scientists who study the unique and pristine environment there.However, Antarctica has no permanent residents and no native population.
- Laboratory Workstations with Fume Hoods (Digital Image)
A well-equipped laboratory includes several workstations with fume hoods. In this laboratory, everything is in its place, including beakers, test tubes, and chemicals.
- Scientists Have Re-Created The Deadly 1918 Flu Virus. Why?
With all the controversy about gain-of-function work in viruses, you might think that scientists have stopped doing that kind of work. You'd be mistaken.
By Steven Salzberg, Contributor. Forbes. Mon, 15 Aug 2022 07:30:00 -0400.
- 'Game-changing' breakthrough for organ transplants as scientists alter blood type of donor kidney
Scientists have worked out how to convert kidneys to the universal O blood type, which can be used for any patient. This will allow more transplants to take place.
Daily Mail. Sun, 14 Aug 2022 23:02:26 GMT.
- Mangrove forests: How 40 million Australian trees died of thirst
The mass loss of trees in 2015 provides important lessons for the future, scientists say.
BBC News. Sun, 14 Aug 2022 21:03:10 GMT.
- Singapore scientists studying Asian skin to gain insight into common skin disorders
While some may think that differences between human skins is only skin-deep, a group of scientists in Singapore is studying the differences between Asian and Caucasian skin.
Straits Times. Mon, 15 Aug 2022 05:00:00 +0800.
- Life for the left-handed
Even though an estimated ten percent of the world's population is left-handed, scientists have not definitely figured out why. ...
CBS News. Sun, 14 Aug 2022 09:10:21 -0400.
- Campbell, Emma, and Meredith MacArdle. Scientists. New York, NY. Metro. 2008.
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