By Pierre V. Vignais,Paulette M. Vignais
Francis BACON, in his Novum Organum, Robert BOYLE, in his Skeptical Chemist and René DESCARTES, in his Discourse on strategy; all of those males have been witnesses to the th medical revolution, which, within the 17 century, started to wake up the western international from an extended sleep. In each one of those works, the writer emphasizes the position of the experimental procedure in exploring the legislation of Nature, that's to claim, the best way an test is designed, applied in accordance with attempted and validated te- niques, and used as a foundation for drawing conclusions which are established in basic terms on effects, with their margins of mistakes, bearing in mind modern traditions and prejudices. centuries later, Claude BERNARD, in his creation to the learn of Experimental drugs, made a passionate plea for the appliance of the experimental procedure while learning the services of dwelling beings. Twenty-first century Biology, which has been fertilized via hugely refined suggestions inherited from Physics and Chemistry, blessed with a regularly expanding services within the manipulation of the genome, initiated into the mysteries of data techn- ogy, and enriched with the ever-growing fund of uncomplicated wisdom, every now and then seems to be to have forgotten its roots.