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Saturday, April 18, 2009


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'Ethics is our refusal to be less than what we understand to be right.'

I am so with you on this.

Ethics is a personal choice. At some point I always tell my students that will have to decide what kind of scientist they want to be: one that exploits others for gain...or not. And I tell them that this decision will define them.

Thanks for this.

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