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scientist

noun as in researcher

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Once the experiment is done, the platform sends a report to the scientists with the results.

Just as the covid-19 pandemic was taking off, a global network of scientists began mapping the DNA of urban microbes and using AI to look for patterns.

Newman is what scientists call a “supertaster,” and he is not alone in hating broccoli.

For them, becoming a scientist was something completely out of my reach.

The scientists don’t know for sure exactly when each person began shedding the virus.

My friend the political scientist Tom Schaller said all this back in 2008, in his book Whistling Past Dixie.

Theda Skocpol, the esteemed Harvard social scientist, agrees with Cohen that they will set up the exchanges.

Darwin was a British Scientist who developed the theory of evolution and natural selection.

A CDC scientist says he and his colleagues hid research regarding the MMR vaccine and autism.

For me, as a scientist, it all began in 1953 when I first tried scuba.

No Jewish historian nor scientist mentioned the rending of the veil of the temple, nor the rising of the saints from the dead.

“You will have to ask some scientist who has gone into the matter more deeply than I have,” Jessie said demurely.

The world-famous scientist, Herbert Spencer, says, "The universe had its origin in the unknown source of things."

This has attained to the scientist, and to many non-scientists, the level of a self-evident proposition.

He applies practically in his work those laws which the scientist furnishes him with theoretically.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scientist, such as: analyst, chemist, expert, physicist, examiner, and tester.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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