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Pneumocystis carinii in Hypopharyngeal Material
RARELY has the clinical diagnosis of pneumonia due to Pneumocystis carinii been confirmed by ante-mortem demonstration of the organism in biologic material. It is therefore pertinent to report a caseExpand
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The Royal Society and the founding of the British Association for the Advancement of Science
  • L. P. Williams
  • Sociology
  • Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London
  • 1 November 1961
In 1831 the role of the Royal Society as official spokesman for English science was successfully challenged by the founding of the British Association for the Advancement o f Science. The origins ofExpand
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Michael Faraday's Education in Science
M XICHAEL FARADAY'S scientific apprenticeship has received little attention. The standard biographies merely mention those works which he himself said had aroused his interest in science and thenExpand
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The origins of field theory
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Science, Education and Napoleon I
T HE Napoleonic coup d'etat of i8 brumaire an VIII (9 November I799) was hailed in France as signifying the end of the revolutionary turmoil which had racked the country for a decade. Disappointed inExpand
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Canine filariasis in Colombia.
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Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge: Normal Science, Scientific Revolutions and the History of Science
I should like to comment very briefly on the Kuhn-Popper disagreement over the essential nature of science and the genesis of scientific revolutions. If I understand Sir Karl Popper correctly,Expand
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