They said that undoubtedly war, particularly against such a genius as Bonaparte (they called him Bonaparte now), needs most deeply devised plans and profound scientific knowledge
and in that respect Pfuel was a genius, but at the same time it had to be acknowledged that the theorists are often one sided, and therefore one should not trust them absolutely, but should also listen to what Pfuel's opponents and practical men of experience in warfare had to say, and then choose a middle course.
I was the first man to take up this question armed with antiseptic surgery, and with a really scientific knowledge
of the laws of growth.
His scientific knowledge
, and his vigilance and skill in conducting ingenious experiments, brought him otherwise into moderate request, and he earned as much as he wanted.
The Prime Minister said Muslim scholars kept the passion for scientific knowledge
and inquiry alive even during the darkest ages of Europe.
KARACHI -- The youths have been exhorted to equip themselves with the scientific knowledge
to make headway in the present day era.
Dougherty presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the history of science and the evolution of scientific theories, methods, and the way in which scientific knowledge
and conclusions are codified.
Some are engineers; some are medical doctors; some are secondary school science teachers; some are technical people whose skills employ scientific knowledge
7 million has been inked by Rwanda and Sweden to promote research and use of scientific knowledge
KARACHI -- The Foundation for Diffusion of Scientific Knowledge
(FDSK) has organised the FDSK Interactive Science Gallery at Pakistan Maritime Museum Karsaz.
In this topic, the conceptions could be deeply rooted not only in scientific knowledge
but also in value systems and social practices, because teachers often refuse to teach the ethical, psychological, economic and social issues not strictly reducible to biology, such as sexuality health.
Industrial innovation and firm performance; the impact of scientific knowledge
on multinational corporations.
Beginning in the mid-1970s and intensifying in the 1980s, work in what has come to be known as the rhetoric of science has advanced a variety of rhetorical approaches to science--from relatively commonsensical, focusing on the use of language in scientific writing, to radically anti-empiricist, challenging the very foundations of traditional views of science and scientific knowledge