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natural science

n.
A science, such as biology, chemistry, or physics, that deals with the objects, phenomena, or laws of nature and the physical world.

natural scientist n.
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A natural scientist, organizationally restricted to a social science unit, can then be subjected to whatever pressures represent the enforcement of that prevailing ethical position.
1 x AN - Radiation protection engineer / natural scientist / economic engineer Duration of the project: expected from: 14.
This ability of Merkel, a highly-intelligent natural scientist, has also helped her to outmanoeuvre democratic challengers and to become a politician that is easy to underestimate.
Ludwig Leichhardt was a natural scientist who emigrated from Germany to Australia in 1842 and proceeded to have major adventures in the outback.
Chung, assistant professor of pediatrics at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA and a senior natural scientist at the RAND Corp.
Professor Alister McGrath, a Natural scientist at Oxford University, was an atheist who is now a professor in theology at Oxford.
Here two professors were especially important for the student: Reformed pastor Christian Krafft and natural scientist Karl von Raumer.
It is unusual to have a natural scientist invited to talk to anthropologists.
The resources required to take a young and intellectually unspoiled person and engineer the production of a new behaviorologist are substantially less than the vast resources that would have to be expended to convert an established traditional psychologist into a competent and productive natural scientist of behavior--environment relations.
A Prussian natural scientist, he began a five-year journey through Central and South America in 1799, at the age of 29.
In his Ohio days, he began to preach the teachings of Emmanuel Swedenbourg, a Swedish natural scientist and philosopher.
The exemption clause allows the professional natural scientist to performing his job but does little to raise his or her professional image in the eyes of our society which protects itself through the licensing process.

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