Every young scientist, who starts in a research field, builds her or his work on the experience of previous generations of scientists. We try to absorb the wisdom of those earlier generations, but with time we start to question the validity of their interpretations. Then we venture into new and unknown regions of the field, and over the years we may ourselves generate some valuable new understanding – for the young generations to absorb and to question. It is especially the early experiences as scientists that steer the way we think about science later in life. We start with a...
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Other| October 01, 2021
Bo Barker Jørgensen
Department of Biology, Aarhus University, Denmark
Publisher: European Association of Geochemistry
First Online: 13 Oct 2021
Online ISSN: 2224-2759
Print ISSN: 2223-7755
© 2021 European Association of Geochemistry, EAG. All rights reserved.
European Association of Geochemistry
Geochemical Perspectives (2021) 10 (2): IV.
13 Oct 2021
Bo Barker Jørgensen; PREFACE. Geochemical Perspectives 2021;; 10 (2): IV–. doi:
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