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Put It to the Test: Develop Your Interest in Science.

July 28, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

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(ThySistas.com) Science is a framework that we use to understand how the word works. It helps us discover more about history, learn about the stars and planets, and develop treatments for diseases. While there are many women in the field of medicine, other STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) skew toward the male of the species. Girls have been encouraged to take more of an interest in science recently, and there are some great ways you can develop your own interest too.

Watch Some Scientific Documentaries

If you want to get interested in science, watching some TV is one of the best things you can do. It’s often easier to understand things when they can be explained visually. Plus, documentaries usually use language that’s easy for anyone to understand.

Read About Science

If you want to go a bit more in-depth, you could read some things too. From books to blogs, there are many resources to learn from. Don’t worry – you don’t need to be an expert. Many authors write popular science writings that anyone can read.

Take a Course in One of the Sciences

For more formal education, you could seek out a science course – anything from a quick online course to a degree. You might have learned some science at school, but there’s always more to learn.

Learn About the Good Science Can Do

Sometimes it’s hard to picture how science affects the real world. But it actually has a huge impact on many things. For example, clinical trials help with the development and testing of medications and treatments.

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Staff Writer; Lisa Ford

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