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Being with Jane Goodall

ByAnna BickThe Secret Life of Scientists and EngineersThe Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

“Only when our clever brain and our human heart work together in harmony can we achieve our full potential.”

When the legendary Dr. Jane Goodall first gave names to the chimps that she studied, she was fiercely criticized. When we sat down with Dr. Goodall, she responded to her critics and stressed the importance of practicing science with humanity.

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