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Nature of Science

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Chris Hamper

on 3 June 2014

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Transcript of Nature of Science

Testing Ideas
Hypothesis
Exploration and Discovery
Community analysis and feedback
Benefits and outcomes
Expected Result
Actual result
Supportive, contradictory, surprising or inconclusive data may
Support hypothesis
Oppose hypothesis
inspire new hypothesis
inspire revised assumptions
Making observations
Asking questions
Sharing data and ideas
Finding inspiration
Exploring literature
http://undsci.berkeley.edu/lessons/pdfs/complex_flow_poster.pdf
Develop technology
Address societal issues
Build knowledge
Inform policy
Satisfy curiosity
Solve everyday problems
Feedback and peer review
Replication
Discussion with colleagues
Publication
New ideas and questions
Building theory
Seredipity
Curiosity
New technology
Practical problem
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