Zu Hauptinhalt springen
UR Home

Reflections*

 

* Thanks to all that have also shared with me these stimulating articles

 

"... Chemistry is marked by magic moments" Yves Chauvin (Nobel Lecture)

 

The Uncertainty of Science 

Richard P. Feynman

 

The Value of Science

Richard P. Feynman

 

Slow science 

J.-F. Lutz wonders whether chemist should slow down

Nat. Chem. 2012, 2, 588-589

 

A. Kekule and the birth of the structural theory of organic chemistry in 1858

J. Chem. Educ. 1958, 35, 21-23

 

The Meaning of It All

Richard P. Feynman

 

Controversial research: Good science bad science

Nature 2012, 484, 432-434

 

Science Mentoring: I'm just not clever

Soapbox Science (A community guest blog from nature.com

 

What is Science? (Richard Feynman)
Excerpt of: The Physics Teacher 1968, 7, 313-320 

 

The Relation of Science and Religion

Some fresh observations on an old problem by Richard P. Feynman

 

Strong Inference (John R. Platt)

Certain systematic methods of scientific thinking may produce much more rapid progress than others

Science 1964, 146, 347-353

 

Problems with scientific research: How science goes wrong

El Economist, 2013

 

The Art of Talking about Science

Lawrence Bragg

Science, New Series, 1966, 154, 1613-1616

 

Celebrate the unknowns

Philip Ball

Nature, 2013, 496, 419-420

 

Beyond the bond

Philip Ball

Nature, 2011, 469, 26-28 

 

How Academia and Publishing are Destroying Scientific Innovation: A Conversatin with Sydney Brenner

Elizabeth Dzeng

King's Review – Magazine 

 

The Illustrated Guide to A Ph.D.

Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License. 

 

The Art of Mentoring

Mike Pegg

Industrial and Commercial Training, 1999, 31, 136-141

 

On the Existence and Uniqueness of the Scientific Method

Jorge Wagensberg

Biol Theory2014DOI 10.1007/s13752-014-0166-y

 

 

“Some people say, How can you live without knowing? I do not know what they mean. I always live without knowing. That is easy. How you get to know is what I want to know.”

Richard FeynmanThe Meaning of It All: Thoughts of a Citizen-Scientist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Never, ever disrespect your colleagues"


 

 

 

EVERYTHING begins here ...

THANKS!

 

"Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly" (Anonymous)

 

  1. Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
  2. Institute of Organic Chemistry

Research Group
Dr. David Díaz-Díaz

Prof. Dr.
David Díaz Díaz

Heisenberg Professor

Location

CH 23.2.80

Phone +(0) 941943-4373
Fax +(0) 941943-4121
E-Mail