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The real importance of science.

I've just been listening to Sir Martin Evans, guest editor of the Today programme. His theme was that the real importance of science doesn't lie in its practical benefits but in the understanding of the world it gives us. Very true -- and something that ought to be drummed into the ears of bureaucrats who control the funding of science and think exclusively in terms of cost effectiveness.


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