• Question: whats the best part of science

    Asked by rania06 to Anabel, Ambre, Alex, Alex_A, Aina, David, Rachel, Kate, Ettie, Rebecca on 14 Jun 2019. This question was also asked by abbie13, shannah28.
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      Rebecca Moon answered on 14 Jun 2019:

      I enjoy discovering new things and then trying to explain why they happen.

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      Rachel Hardy answered on 14 Jun 2019:

      Finding out new things that could help patients in the future 🙂

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      Kate Timms answered on 17 Jun 2019:

      Discovering new things! It’s one of the best feelings in the world. I only wish it happened more often!

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      Alex Blenkinsop answered on 17 Jun 2019:

      Seeing how new discoveries can actually change the lives of people or the future of the planet

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      Alex Agrotis answered on 17 Jun 2019:

      For me, the feeling of progress and learning and how this gives you new potential to solve problems.
      For example: becoming confident at a particular method and feeling as though you can use it do a successful experiment in a day, whereas when you were new to it it would have taken you weeks.
      As scientists, we never stop learning!

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      David Wilson answered on 17 Jun 2019:

      It’s an adventure!
      As others have said making a discovery no matter how big or small is great fun and knowing that yur the only person in the history of the world that has seen or done this is a pretty big thrill for me!

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      Ettie Unwin answered on 19 Jun 2019:

      Working at the join of lots of different areas. Currently I research bit from computer science, maths and biology!