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Nobel Laureates Have a Message for Scientists: Stop Being Pretentious

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I was watching the Nobel Minds 2017 round table discussion (which is very thought-provoking, I encourage you to watch it for yourself) and a question was raised to the group about whether or not a researcher has a duty to make his research understandable to a non-expert person. In other words:

Does a scientist have a responsibility…




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