By P. B. Medawar
To these drawn to a lifestyles in technology, Sir Peter Medawar, Nobel laureate, deflates the myths of invincibility, superiority and genius; in its place, he demonstrates it's normal feel and an inquiring brain which are necessary to the scientist's calling.
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