The Balance of Improbabilities: A Scientific Life
In this book, one of the world's leading cell biologists gives an engrossing account of what it is like to be an experimental scientist. Henry Harris draws on his own extensive experience to create a picture of the process of scientific discovery, also portraying the personal conflict which accompanies years of dedicated research. His story will intrigue all readers interested in the history and human dimension of scientific endeavour.
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A schooling in Australia
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Interlude in a southern city
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