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|science of trapping||0.94||0.4||4140||13|
|science museum san francisco||0.15||0.5||582||73|
|science in the kitchen||1.83||0.2||54||30|
|science fair ideas||0.64||0.6||8083||39|
Science(noun) any branch or department of systematized knowledge considered as a distinct field of investigation or object of study; as, the science of astronomy, of chemistry, or of mind. Science(noun) art, skill, or expertness, regarded as the result of knowledge of laws and principles.Why do people become scientists?
The majority of respondents (85%) are motivated to be scientists by a desire to make an intellectual or practical contribution to the world. Fifteen percent of those respondents are trained as scientists but intend to do something besides scientific research, and have a strong desire to make a tangible contribution.What jobs do scientist have?
Scientists may work in laboratories for governments, companies, schools and research institutes. Some scientists teach at universities and other places and train people to become scientists. Scientists often make experiments to find out more about reality, and sometimes may repeat experiments or use control groups.What are some scientist names?
Some such categories are social scientists, astronomers, physicist, biologists, chemical engineers or chemists, agriculturists and earth scientists. There are many more branches of science which a person can become a specialist of. Some of the notable people from this field are people like Charles Darwin, Marie Curie,...