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SCIENCE  
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What do you investigate? What is at the heart of your research?

Do you have a link to a site where we can see something about you, or the center where you work?

What is your educational background? What work experience did you have before this?

Did you keep your nose to the grindstone in school?

What kind of technology are you using for your research right now?

What types of experiments do you conduct? How are the conclusions documented?

If you conclude your investigation successfully, what practical application would it have in everyday life?

What is a "eureka" moment? What is it like to experience one?

What do you find to be the most difficult aspects of your research?

What have you published?

Should there be more public financing for scientific investigation?

What is your personal position on the use of animals in scientific investigation?

Can you briefly explain the difference between common logic and the scientific method?

What is science and what is pseudoscience? Who decides which is which?

What is the role of creativity in the scientific method?

What it is the most intriguing scientific question that you would like to see resolved?

What scientific explanation is there for spirituality? Are religion and science incompatible?

Is there some area of knowledge that is morally unacceptable to you?

Is there another way science could be studied in schools?

What is the best way to disseminate science in the mass media?

Why do two or more scientists often come up simultaneously with the same discovery?

What is the meaning of life? Is there a scientific answer to this question?

Investigating is to live on the frontier of knowledge. Can you explain that sentiment?

What would be your dream to work on for your next research project?

If you could give just one piece of advice to beginning researchers, what would it be?

 




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