- Dalton (unit) or Da, the atomic mass unit
- Deca- or da-, an SI prefix for a factor of 10
- Domoic acid, a neurotoxin produced by phytoplankton
- Dopamine, a monoamine neurotransmitter
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Famous quotes containing the word science:
“Nothing great in science has ever been done by men, whatever their powers, in whom the divine afflatus of the truth-seeker was wanting.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)
“The science hangs like a gathering fog in a valley, a fog which begins nowhere and goes nowhere, an incidental, unmeaning inconvenience to passers-by.”
—H.G. (Herbert George)
“The negative cautions of science are never popular. If the experimentalist would not commit himself, the social philosopher, the preacher, and the pedagogue tried the harder to give a short- cut answer.”
—Margaret Mead (19011978)