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scientia potentia est

A Latin phrase meaning "knowledge is power." Renaissance scholar Sir Francis Bacon is usually credited with popularizing the phrase. A successful life starts with a good education—after all, scientia potentia est.
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5billion through her home-making media empire, invested in Scientia and in Bermuda-based drug company ImClone.
As this framework dissolved, a comprehensive conception of Christian piety was lost, and virtues such as religio and scientia ceased to be parts of an integrated moral picture.
ex scientia, a United Kingdom-based polypharmacology driven drug discovery company, has signed a contract with Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, a pharmaceutical company.
Head of the Transfer Department of the Tajikistan's National Bank, scientist and poet, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences Mirzokhasan Sultonov received the Labore et Scientia (by Labor and Knowledge) Order of the European Scientific and Industrial Consortium (ESIC).
In the midst of this, there is an offer of help from Scientia, a far-off city where Bayne's family ruled--and they must not be trusted.
Majumdar, On some Smarandache determinant sequence, Scientia Magna, 4(2008), No.
Speaking about the decision to choose Scientia, Anemie Depuydt, Director ICTS said, “We chose Scientia because it already has a strong track record working with some of the world's best universities.
Called Scientia International, the magazine is printed in an "international auxiliary language" called Interlingua (akin to Esperanto): "In other countries there is no journal like Science News Letter.
This is nearly 100 times more accurate than the best atomic clocks we have now," said one of the researchers, Scientia Professor Victor Flambaum, who is Head of Theoretical Physics in the UNSW School of Physics.
El saber metafisico constituye el saber mas excelso y es denominado scientia divina, que se articula con la teologia a modo de una gradacion de distintos estadios de inteligibilidad, y pone de manifiesto el problema dialectico fe-razon.
This narrowly focused collection of papers seeks to explicate competing notions of scientia in the works of 17th century natural philosophers and to show how natural science conceived as a unified domain of enquiry gradually emerged from these disparate sources.
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