History of Science
How is scientific research carried out? How do we find discoveries? How do ideas come to researchers? Is creativity innate or can be developed and refined? There are no conclusive answers to these questions because there is no magic formula here, but one must believe in intuition, comparison, sudden enlightenment, chance, luck, even error. They are factors that interfere with all scientific discoveries, but in varying degrees.
However, these discoveries should not be separated from those who carried them out. The separation of science from those who put them at risk puts them in danger of becoming a dry, inhumane thing. We must not lose sight of the fact that, prior to becoming scientists, scientific researchers were children, adolescents and students, had a personal life and faced many difficulties at all levels.
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