language of genetics?

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Mon Jul 31 10:08:00 EST 2000


On Tue, 30 May 2000 11:18:50 +0100, "Colin Davidson"
<c.davidson at biotech.cam.ac.uk> wrote:

>

 The language to learn is the language of science. It doesn't matter
if you speak chinese,english,german etc. If you come up with something
the point will travel across all languages. 









>Dean Siren <das at iu.net> wrote in message
>news:sj31o1m95pj75 at corp.supernews.com...
>> What is the best language to learn if I want to study genetics?  Offhand,
>many
>> people say Latin because biological terms are recorded in it, but I have a
>> feeling that Chinese is the language of genetics because the people of
>China are
>> ver eager to make use of genetic engineering, compared to the United
>States
>> people who fear it somewhat.
>
>English. Without any doubt.
>
>As Prof. Moo-Young mentioned at a conference a year or two ago, broken
>English is the international language of science.
>






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