Monday, September 18, 2023

Do Your Own Reseach: Ideas on Doing Research That Can Be Meaningful When You Lack the Expertise


Environmental & Science Education, STEM, History of Science, Nature of Science

Ed Hessler

Just below is the "abstract" of another presentation by Sabine Hossenfelder. There is no script, etc., unless you are a member of her YouTube Patreon channel.

"A lot of scientists make jokes about people who do their own research. I want you to know, that it’s utterly okay to do your own research --- provided you do it right. But how do you do that? I have collected some tips that I hope you will find helpful." She talks about her experience for she talks a lot about areas in which she is not an expert or has the background.

These are ideas worth encountering and the lessons on doing science provide insights into the nature of science. As usual, have some note paper available if you want to know more about what a topic she mentions means.

The presentation is 18 minutes 27 seconds long.

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