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Educating for Scientific Excellence

Tim Hunt, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, 2001

22-Jun-15 15:00

Educating for Scientific Excellence

“Scientific discoveries have to be unexpected, and made in small steps with a back foot firmly planted in the ground,” said Dr Tim Hunt when he shared his insights on scientific breakthroughs at the recent World Conference of Science Journalist in Seoul. We caught up with Hunt at the conference to discuss doing science and science education to achieve excellence.


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