Edmond Fischer

Edmond Fischer

Swiss American biochemist, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1992
I thought I would reflect here on a theme most scientists enjoy recalling: the part luck played in their accomplishments.More Edmond Fischer quotes [09/02/2011 02:09:08]
It is commonly said that a teacher fails if he has not been surpassed by his students. There has been no failure on our part in this regard considering how far they have gone.More Edmond Fischer quotes [09/02/2011 02:09:14]
There is no escaping the fact that, even in a great career, sometimes the best advances happen through luck, chance and accident.More Edmond Fischer quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
We owe our success to them, and also to the fact that, as the saying goes, two "Eds" are better than one.More Edmond Fischer quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
We owe our success to them, and also to the fact that, as the saying goes, two "Eds" are better than one.More Edmond Fischer quotes [09/02/2011 02:09:19]

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