Dan at Bitesize Bio is reading the late Arthur Kornberg's book, For the Love of Enzymes. One section of the book includes a discussion of NIH policy decisions that were successful, including the decision to not consider politics or geography in awarding grants and how that "international spirit" in turn helped the US. Dan writes, "It also probably was the impetus for the view commonly held today, that science is a unifying and globalizing enterprise."
Like Math Being the Universal Language
Aug 27, 2008