Science is an amazing challenge in the day-to-day life. And you would be surprised what researchers are ready to do for the sake of discovery.
Why do you get up in the morning? Maybe you think your work is fun, or that your colleagues are great. My answer is that (in addition to a fun job with great colleagues) I enjoy the rush when my research finally yields a tiny puzzle piece of new information. I get out of bed each morning to add new knowledge to the bigger picture of how cells work.
As scientists, we are used to speaking more than one language in our day-to-day life. We work with people from many different countries, but we all share one common language: English.
As a scientist I get excited when my experiments suddenly turn into discoveries. When my hypotheses are answered by yes or no. When the pieces of the puzzle suddenly fall into place and everything makes sense. That’s when I get excited. Not that it happens too often…..
Have you ever wondered what happens to that empty milk carton that you sent off to be recycled? Wait, you recycle don’t you? I hope that you do for the sake of the planet. We will take a tiny peek at recycling today. Join me by the microscope and let’s take a look at recycling at a microscopic scale.
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