- Samuel Cohen, an American physicist
- Saul B. Cohen, an American human geographer
- Cohen–Macaulay ring, a particular type of commutative ring in mathematics
- Cohen Modal Haplotype, a DNA signature identified with Biblical Aaron, brother of Moses
- Cohen's kappa, a statistical measure of inter-rater reliability
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Famous quotes containing the word science:
“The so-called science of poll-taking is not a science at all but mere necromancy. People are unpredictable by nature, and although you can take a nations pulse, you cant be sure that the nation hasnt just run up a flight of stairs.”
—E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)
“We receive the truths of science by compulsion. Nothing but ignorance is able to resist them.”
—Chauncey Wright (18301875)
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—D.H. (David Herbert)