Scientific literacy is a key component to understanding the way in which science works.
It requires a broad range of skills and a wide range of approaches, from experimentation to writing about science to teaching.
In this post, I’m going to focus on the latter.
To understand this, it helps to first understand the difference between science and other forms of knowledge.
Science is the ability to discover new things, to do experiments and to test ideas.
Knowledge is how we understand the world around us and how we can use it to understand our world.
Science also requires an understanding of the physical world, and that’s where cultural science comes into play.
This article originally appeared on Quora.com.