|The World Needs You Badly|
|(Friday, 02 November 2012) Written by greeniac5271907|
| In his "Advice to Young Scientists" celebrated biologist E.O. Wilson challenges young scientists to lean in, dream big, and seek problems worth solving.
“In time, all of science will come to be a continuum of description, an explanation of networks, of principles and laws. That’s why you need not just be training in one specialty, but also acquire breadth in other fields, related to and even distant from your own initial choice.
Keep your eyes lifted and your head turning. The search for knowledge is in our genes.”
I couldn’t agree more. Wilson's advice is inspiring, especially for those in the multidisciplinary field of environmental science. I encourage you to check it out:
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