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 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.
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.
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.
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.
It has taken 150 years but scientists have finally figured out why zebras have stripes and it all has to do with flies, or more specifically, deterring biting flies from landing on the black and white animals.
Newsmax. Fri, 22 Feb 2019 16:32:09 EDT.
The Bramble Cay melomys was a tiny rodent that lived on a tiny Australian island. The now-extinct animal was killed off by climate change, scientists say.
Emily Petsko. Mental Floss. Fri, 22 Feb 2019 13:10:00 -0500.