• Question: What do you love about science?

    Asked by denis05 on 6 Jun 2018.
    • Photo: Laura Hemming

      Laura Hemming answered on 6 Jun 2018:

      I love making new discoveries which hopefully one day will make a difference to people 🙂

    • Photo: Lauren Burns

      Lauren Burns answered on 7 Jun 2018:

      I love learning new things, every day teaches me something new. Then, discussing these things with different people, whether in the office, at a conference, or here at the MRC festival!

    • Photo: Donna MacCallum

      Donna MacCallum answered on 7 Jun 2018:

      I love finding out new things and that every day is different!

    • Photo: Joey Shepherd

      Joey Shepherd answered on 7 Jun 2018:

      I love having an idea or wonderig about something, then designing experiments to try and figure out the answer. I also love that in my work we are trying to make new products, like new types of bandages for instance, that will help many people.

    • Photo: Ashley Akbari

      Ashley Akbari answered on 7 Jun 2018:

      Always something new to learn and new people to work with!

    • Photo: Joaquin Zacarias Cabeza

      Joaquin Zacarias Cabeza answered on 7 Jun 2018:

      Every day is an adventure in science and it is exciting to know that you are doing something for people. And I also love the idea that I will learn something new everyday.

    • Photo: Camille Parsons

      Camille Parsons answered on 7 Jun 2018:

      That every day is different, every day I learn something different and with science there is always news things to learn and discover. I have bee especially enjoying taking part in this MRC festival and learning lots of new cool science things that are not within my area of research.

    • Photo: Claire Donald

      Claire Donald answered on 8 Jun 2018:

      I love to ask questions and learn the answers! Its fun finding out things that no one else knows but also knowing that one day the work I do might make a difference to people affected by viruses.

    • Photo: Hannah Farley

      Hannah Farley answered on 10 Jun 2018:

      It’s unpredictable, challenging and practical.