On the Emerging Science of Biology

It is an old saying, abundantly justified, that where sciences meet there growth occurs. It is true moreover to say that in scientific borderlands not only are facts gathered that [are] often new in kind, but it is in these regions that wholly new concepts arise. It is my own faith that just as the older biology from its faithful studies of external forms provided a new concept in the doctrine of evolution, so the new biology is yet fated to furnish entirely new fundamental concepts of science, at which physics and chemistry when concerned with the non-living alone could never arrive.


Destined to make new discoveries because it explores new territory.

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 Biological Thought and Chemical Thought: A Plea for Unification
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Hopkins , Sir Frederick Gowland (1949), Biological Thought and Chemical Thought: A Plea for Unification, Hopkins & biochemistry, 1861-1947, Retrieved on 2012-06-05
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