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An Interview with Eugenie Samuel Reich


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Ms. Reich states regarding the subject of her book,"He did get another job, not in science but in industry". This is an unwarranted, gratuitous, cavalier and egregious insult to those of us who do or have done science in industry. These (science and industry) are not mutually exclusive domains despite the arrogance of Ms. Reich's interview comments and constructions.

posted by Donn Lobdell
June 19, 2009

 

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