Nullius in verba - Wikipedia

Nullius in verba Nullius in verba (Latin for "on the word of no one" or "take nobody's word for it") is the motto of the Royal Society. John Evelyn and other fellows of the Royal Society chose the motto soon after the Society's founding in 1660. Meaning and etymology [ edit ]…

Nullius in verba – The Black Goat

Nullius in verba When a group of “natural philosophers” got together to found the Royal Society in 1660 – now the oldest scientific society in the world – they chose as their motto a Latin phrase meaning “Take nobody’s word for it.” In today’s episode we talk about the role of trust in science.…

Nullius in verba

Nullius in verba Peregrinations of a restless soul. Monday, July 30, 2012. Gene duplication and molecular promiscuity Head over to the Scientific American blog for a post that discusses a recent article suggesting a link between gene duplication and the promiscuity of enzymes involved in secondary metabolism in plants. Since gene duplication ...…