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The Making of a Scientist

Nature volume 215, pages 14411445 (30 September 1967) | Download Citation

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Scientists are not so much born as made by those who teach them by research, which argues for the perpetuation of centres of excellence. This was the theme of this address by Sir Hans Krebs at the inauguration of the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne earlier this year.

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