Scientific writing frequently uses Latin words and phrases. In most cases, the reason is an evident continuity in exploiting the same terms from ancient (and famous) scientists and sources. However, in some cases, such expressions are proposed in contemporary times with an updated meaning. This short opinion article is intended to shed some light on one such “new” Latin expressions in science: in materio.

In Materia Should Be Used Instead of In Materio / Ricciardi, C.; Milano, G.. - In: FRONTIERS IN NANOTECHNOLOGY. - ISSN 2673-3013. - ELETTRONICO. - 4:(2022). [10.3389/fnano.2022.850561]

In Materia Should Be Used Instead of In Materio

Ricciardi C.;Milano G.
2022

Abstract

Scientific writing frequently uses Latin words and phrases. In most cases, the reason is an evident continuity in exploiting the same terms from ancient (and famous) scientists and sources. However, in some cases, such expressions are proposed in contemporary times with an updated meaning. This short opinion article is intended to shed some light on one such “new” Latin expressions in science: in materio.
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