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75 Reasons to Become a Scientist

American Scientist celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary

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Science allows me to be continuously learning new methods, new ideas, new organisms, and new ways of asking about the facets of life—the how, what, and where of living organisms.

Sarah Ann Woodin
Professor of Marine Biology
University of South Carolina




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