My adventure with science began in childhood. The initial appeal of it was how challenging some questions could be. Over time my interests started to gradually shift towards mathematics, because I always felt the need to look for general solutions to the problems I faced. While I still have a keen interest in physics I tend to fell more comfortable when doing mathematics. I find the beauty of its abstractions and the ability to address a wide range of problems by generalizing them, to be unparalleled.
Ever since I was a child, I have loved science. I learned at a young age to always keep asking questions and to never settle with just simply not knowing something. The thought of how everything works on a molecular level never ceases to fascinate me. I have other interests spanning multiple fields, but none can compare to my love of science. I quite enjoy being in the labs and getting to do experiments to uncover answers that were otherwise unknown to me. It is that curiosity and interest that keeps my fascination towards the realm of science strong.
Science has always been my passion. It started before Science Center of Iowa preschool and flourished throughout high school, where I took advantage of every advanced science course and enrichment opportunity. When I began college, I fervently pursued the biological sciences. I was fascinated with disease mechanisms and the functions of the human body. I began working at the Iowa State University Clinical Veterinary Pathology Laboratory where I delved deeper
Once I found out that science is second nature to me, I spent countless hours studying and researching how exactly to become a scientist. Now, I am carrying out the plans that I made from my research to make my dream come true. Even though I found myself struggling with some subjects, I worked even harder to make sure I have all the required knowledge for my journey.
Ever since I was younger, science has captivated my interest and has molded me into the person I am today. When the rain would come crashing down on my elementary
After they got me in handcuffs we immediately when to the station. On the way, I looked out the window it was a beautiful day, about 27 C. When we got there they instantly put me in a questioning room. They asked one question, only one.”Why did you do it.” I told them everything, about the noise and his dreaded eye.
Hope: Gone. Love: no one to. Wish: death. Me: dying. Family and friends: dead, no, killed. Chance: none. On and I go, thinking these words to myself, as a cradle my head in my hands, staring at the cement that serves as my bed, seat, and pretty much the rest of my life, which, at this rate, won’t be very long. A week if what the guards around my cage are right, and aren’t just feeding me a bunch of lies.
At 12:00 noon I walked into Dr.Stillman’s bright and lively office because he had asked me earlier that day to stop by. He asked me if I’d try out his new superpower experiment that he’d had been trying to perfect for years. As he walks up to me with needle to inject me, he suddenly trips and stabs me with it. It turns out he injected me with the wrong serum and I slowly shrink. Quickly before Dr.Stillman can’t see he puts me in a small container and informs me that I will go into the white blood cell of an animal. I’m not too sure about the idea but before I can assert to his idea inserts me into the animal white blood cell. During my long fall i soon hit a hard object. I soon find out the hard object in my way is the
We have made it to Alcove Springs!! It’s a beautiful place lots of trees, water, and animals, it was just so calming and peaceful. We camp out here for two days and at night we have these little entertainment parties so we aren't to bored. We had a big dance out in the dark and everybody was just so happy, kids playing and dancing with each other and the music was just so wonderful. The only bad thing about this place is all the mosquitoes, poor little Hazel and Juniper are all bit up and itchy. Just terrible but eventually we are leaving so it will be okay and we will get over it.
My passion for learning science initially sparked at the tender age of eight and it continues to burn brighter every single day. Throughout my academic career I continuously challenged
Finding out how and why things work and discovering how products are made has always my passion. I regularly watch engineering and science shows on the television. From my childhood, I have always been a very curious person who would not believe just because someone told me, but I had to know the reason behind it. Science always fascinated me, and I always wondered how we remained on the ground and never fell off something that is spherical. In school I was more interested in maths and science rather than History or Arts and this made me choose Chemistry, maths and physics as my Higher subjects. This has helped me appreciate how Science has been utilised to improve man’s life and make it easier. It is because of this that I would like to
My inclination towards science began from childhood. I excelled in my school career. Ever since my childhood I had craved to know about how things worked and their mechanisms. It is the desire for focused learning that has been the cause for what I am today and is the reason for me to pursue my graduation.
As for my love/hate relationship with science, I love science when it is fun, but I hate science when it is just reading a textbook and doing worksheets. Most of my teachers did not make science fun. These teachers had the class reading the textbook out loud in class, doing a lot of worksheets, and doing the questions at the end of the chapters in the textbook. I despised having to read aloud in class because I was a shy person. Every time the teacher would call my name to read out loud I would start to panic. My face would turn blood red, I would start sweating, and I would get tongue tied while I was reading. This alone made me dread going to science class. These same teachers made the class to a bunch of worksheets. There were some days that we
It’s crazy to think my science education began over 15 years ago. Science has played a role in my life for as long as I can remember. My first memories of science began with me playing in the dirt, picking flowers for my mom and chasing butterflies. I remember picking raspberries in the backyard, keeping a ladybug as a pet, and the long days at camp spent fishing and hunting with my dad. On the contrary, the start of my science education also included some negative experiences. I got stung by a bumble bee, fell off my bike and scraped my knee, and left a container of worms open inside our fridge. This taught me at an early age that science is fun, but also complex. These childhood experiences were the base of my understanding and knowledge of science.
Science has and always will play a constant important role in my daily life, maybe more so than others. Science for me has not always been my strong subject in school and I very easily tend to get intimidated. But when I look at my daily life and realize how much science plays a role in it, I cannot help but smile. Science is not at all bad, it has allowed me to do many things every day, even if I do not take the time to stop and think about it, it is there. From the way the microwave heats up the water for my coffee every morning or the way my body digests the food I eat every meal and makes