An Illustrated Chinese-English Guide for Biomedical Scientists

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CSHL Press, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 115 pages
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Many visiting scientists from China and Taiwan lack confidence in their abilities with the English language. This handbook is designed to aid native Chinese-speaking scientists learn English scientific terms. The book has three parts: a cultural guide for working in American laboratories; a list of common terms used in the lab, with translations into both simple and complex Chinese; and illustrations of equipment in common use.

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