相信所有的事与怀疑所有的事在本质上其实是相同的——(这两种不成熟的做法)都忽视了思考的重要性。~~~~儒勒·昂利·庞加莱,La Science et l'Hypothèse1901?

2003-现在

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回国前(第一作者)-

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合作论文

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