This week’s Science Fair and Science Museum, hosted by The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, is the biggest science fair of the year.
It’s hosted by the American Museum of Natural History, with participation by dozens of other institutions.
It draws more than 300,000 people and will feature a full-scale exhibit on the history of science.
And it will include a presentation on how science informs our daily lives.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some misconceptions out there about the field, especially among students and scholars who are interested in getting a better understanding of what science is and how it can help our lives.
Here are a few common misconceptions about science.