5 reasons science has been ‘cured’

The first time I heard the phrase ‘cure science’, I was struck by how easily it had been defined.

In the words of the Nobel Prize-winning chemist Stephen Jay Gould, it means the “cure” of all scientific problems.

The problem with that definition is that it doesn’t capture the breadth of what makes science so special.

It’s not just the science itself that has been “cured”.

There’s a whole body of literature on how to make science better.

The way in which science can help us live a better life, to be more aware of the world around us, and to do the most important and challenging work in the world.

In some ways, this is the most exciting time of our lives.

There are so many exciting opportunities in science.

And there are so few of us.

In many ways, it’s the perfect time to get excited about the science that’s been so thoroughly transformed in our lives and our world.

This is the best time for us to get out there and explore what’s out there.

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