Research In Medical And Biological Sciences
The famous physician William Osler once said, while instructing a student during an autopsy, “it is always best to do a thing wrongly the first time.” Indeed, in the fledging stages of our scientific careers we are likely to make not just one but many mistakes. Although one can learn from one’s mistakes, we believe that some can be prevented by appropriate instruction and reading. Nobel Prize winner Max Perutz allegedly complained that in his opinion “many young scientists work too much, and read and think too little.”
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