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"Be curious to see how far you can go and what you can achieve."
"I believe my science education is developing my problem solving skills in a way which will help me solve some of the challenges of the real world."
"The biggest thing I’ve realised is that your degree doesn’t need to dictate your career."
"Have the confidence in yourself to ask questions of anyone."
"The biggest thing I have learned through being a Science student is that science is a way of thinking and questioning."
"The biggest piece of advice I live by is that there is always a positive to every situation, even if it’s small or you have to find it."
"There are so many options for science students; you just got to go and look for them."
"Start early. Doesn’t matter what it is, but start early."
"I think it’s important to follow what you feel passionate about, what you care about, and not what you ‘should’ do."
"There’s always something new to learn, even when you think you know photosynthesis or mitosis there’s always more detail and there’s always more questions to ask."