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75 Reasons to Become a Scientist

American Scientist celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary

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I always loved to build things, and at an early age became engrossed in researching and planning projects. As a result, it was always clear to me that I should and would become an engineer. Although most of my time now is spent as a manager, I know that at heart I always will be an engineer.

Kenneth H. Olsen
President
Digital Equipment Corporation




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