NEWTON'S APPLE AND OTHER MYTHS ABOUT SCIENCE
Debunks the widespread belief that science advances when individual geniuses experience "Eureka!" moments and enforces the idea that science has always been a cooperative enterprise of dedicated, fallible human beings for whom context, collaboration, and sheer good luck are the essential elements of discovery.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4597311
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