As they say, you don't have to have a science degree and wear a labcoat
to be a scientist.
Three brothers: a chemist, his brainpower a tool I admire, uniform a labcoat
of brilliant white; a student, spare time filled with the gentle pluck of fingerpicked guitar, silence cut by the soft ring of piano keys; a prospective businessman, dressed in sleek fabric of blue, black, green, soft clothing a cover for the jagged scar on his chest.
And why is Bunsen wearing a labcoat
if he's now working as a TV executive?
The CoverMe[TM] labcoat
is available exclusively through authorized distribution across Canada.
pocket for a sweet she'll open after it's closed
offers a lab grade, SEFA certified chemical-resistant finish.
We're influencing wireless medicine by introducing portable devices that bring all the information doctors need into their labcoat
Rifkin Jeremy, (1998) "God in a Labcoat
: Can We Control the Biotech Revolution before it controls us?" Utne Reader, mai-juin: 66-71 et 106-108.
LANDING her dream job as a research scientist was the answer to Jan Lowe's prayers - until she got a higher calling and ditched her labcoat
for a surplice.
Who can forget the frisson of first reading--or, for the lucky ones like me, hearing Atwood read from--her 1971 Power Politics: I approach this love like a biologist pulling on my rubber gloves & white labcoat
(23) In order to balance the factors (and overcome any vestiges of bias in favor of "white labcoat
" scientific research over field-based or factory-floor experimentation), the following factors should be added to the three listed in Prop.
The book's final paragraph emphasizes that "what counts fundamentally in all these explorations is acting in good faith, with both the process and the participants in it," without "all the measurement tools of scientists, or the metaphorical labcoat
to hide behind" (p.