scientist

noun
ADJECTIVE
brilliant, good, great
distinguished, eminent, famous, leading, respected
serious
professional, trained
chief, senior, top
mad (often humorous)

She had an image of a mad scientist working in his laboratory.

independent
government
fellow

She gave a lecture to 2 000 fellow scientists in Kyoto.

research
natural, physical
agricultural, earth, environmental, food, marine, nuclear, soil
forensic, medical
behavioural/behavioral, political, social
computer
young

a contest for young scientists

… OF SCIENTISTS
group, team
VERB + SCIENTIST
baffle, intrigue, puzzle

a mystery that has baffled scientists for many years

SCIENTIST + VERB
be interested in sth, be involved in sth, examine sth, specialize in sth, study sth, work (on sth)

scientists interested in Antarctic research

know sth
estimate sth

The scientists estimate that nearly two thirds of the continent has become drier over the past 60 years.

argue sth, believe sth, claim sth, propose sth, say sth, suggest sth, warn of sth, warn that … 

Scientists warned of even greater eruptions to come.

discover sth, find sth, identify sth, reveal sth
agree sth, agree on sth, conclude sth
disagree on sth
report sth
develop sth

Scientists have developed an injection that doesn't use a needle.


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