• Question: what is the best thing about science?

    Asked by anon-250559 on 19 Mar 2020.
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      Nuru Noor answered on 19 Mar 2020:

      Finding out answers to questions that nobody has asked before and spending everyday learning new things 👍

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      Robyn Kiy answered on 19 Mar 2020:

      My favourite thing about science is getting to learn so many new things, across a huuuuge variation of topics! And, it’s very exciting to think that one day you may be the first person to find a certain answer which may even lead to lives being saved or improved!

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      M S answered on 19 Mar 2020:

      I think its learning new techniques. Thats what drew me into science. I like learning how to do new things

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      Andrea Kusec answered on 19 Mar 2020:

      I’m echoing everyone above – there is something very satisfying knowing that what you have done has created new knowledge for the world 🙂

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      Nathan Kindred answered on 19 Mar 2020:

      Working with so many interesting people who are all working on lots of different projects!

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      Ioana Grigoras answered on 20 Mar 2020:

      For me it’s finding an answer to a question you’re really passionate about! I also get to work with really cool people, who understand why I like science 😀

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      Sophie Arthur answered on 20 Mar 2020:

      For me, its being able to find answers to questions you want to ask. You are most likely the first person in the world to ever find that thing out if you make a discovery no matter how big or how small which is pretty darn cool if you ask me.
      Also – I love that there is always something new to learn about. Science just keeps on giving.