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Media Type: News / Op - Ed
Date of Publication: June 22, 2016
Year of Publication: 2016
Author(s): Joern Fischer
Joern Fischer with Leuphana University Lueneburg argues that scientists not only need to search for better answers, but also better questions:
In short: make a habit of challenging yourself to try to see things differently, taking on different perspectives. Not so much that it paralyses you, but enough so that you can keep expanding your understanding of the universe (instead of only focusing it). Aspirational science implies broadening the questions we ask, and not just refining the answers.
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