scientific intelligence

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For generations, society has informally regarded intellect as running along two tracks: scientific intelligence, concerned with precise measurement, controlled experiment, and mathematical calculation; and artistic intelligence, the wild and wooly brain behind the liberal arts.
Meanwhile, the scientific intelligence officer was busy plotting the spread of radiation across the area using dummy messages sent by directing staff.
Inside KGB, Loginov was a Line X officer, meaning his work was to get hold of scientific intelligence, blueprints and sample items of Western science and technology.
48, 3: 402-428), y el analisis de John Krige, Atoms for Peace, Scientific Internationalism, and Scientific Intelligence, incluido en el volumen Global Knowledge Power: Science and Technology in International Affairs de la revista Osiris (2006, vol.
Datasets are rich sources of economic, demographic, and scientific intelligence, but big data has little value unless it is made accessible and usable for all businesses, entrepreneurs, and people.
Dr Nestle will be responsible for developing the company's early stage immunology and inflammations range and driving its scientific intelligence across multiple therapeutic areas in the United States.
Scientific intelligence in this regard is a great instrument, though it is not an omnipotent open sesame to salvation or certainty.
The final insult to scientific intelligence is the imminent introduction of dementia screening for all adults over 50 in the UK NHS system, by government decree.
One of the abilities identified by Gardner (1993), is scientific intelligence. Scientific intelligence stresses the viewing of evidence with an open mind and subject to assessment witout bias or opinion.
Speaking on behalf of the ECNP Award Committee, Julien Mendlewicz, Belgium, said, "Bertil Fredholm's leadership in the field and outstanding research achievements, based on broad knowledge and outstanding scientific intelligence, make him the ideal candidate for the ECNP Neuropsychopharmacology Award."
To make the most use of his new parts, Steve became a secret operative for the OSI - variously referred to as the Office of Scientific Intelligence, or sometimes Scientific Investigation or Strategic Intelligence.
The Ministry of Defence set up a secret flying saucer working party in the 1950s drawing in experts from the Directorate of Scientific Intelligence and the Joint Technical Intelligence Committee with nothing better to do in those over-staffed times.

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