Want to save lives? Keen to find out what's lurking in the nether regions of space, or in the deepest ocean trench? Passionate about the environment?
Want to save lives? Keen to find out what’s lurking in the nether regions of space, or in the deepest ocean trench? Passionate about the environment? Do something about it! The next great discovery could be yours, so come and take up the challenge.
Did you know that girls do as well as boys in science and maths at school but many more boys go on to further study science, technology and engineering? So girls, remember: you’ve got what it takes.
Science needs your ideas, your inspiration and your passion – science needs YOU!
Would you want a job which offers you the chance to shape the future?
Getting involved in science means making a “world of difference”. If you want to prevent the spread of disease, improve the quality of life for people, protect the fragile natural environment, put food into people’s hands and combat poverty, then science is for you.
Great science is about creating, seeing connections, asking questions, understanding how and why things work. If you want to find out answers to “Why? How? When? What happens if…?” and you want to invent something that no one else has ever thought of, then you are in the right place.
Want to learn to understand how animals communicate? Study the planets? How about getting into the social media field? Will today be the day you get the answers to the questions you’ve been asking? Science is fun and exciting – wake up curious.
Interested in an international job? A research career can open doors to the world: work with local people and members of your research team who can be in different countries all over the world. Science means meeting people and learning with and from them.
Science means daring to break the mould and ask questions. Good science raises more questions than it answers so others can come and build on your work to carry on pursuing knowledge. Dare to choose science and wake up hungry for the day’s new discoveries. Science: it’s a passion.
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