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Why do scientists do what scientists do?

This website is designed to help non-scientists, or students just embarking on a career in science, to understand the scientific method and "the scientific mind-set". How are scientific experiments designed and interpretted? Why do scientists seem to make things complicated and why are they often very cautious in drawing conclusions? Why do we carry out some experiments which at first sight seem crazy, for example, making rabbits which glow in the dark? This website is designed to help you understand these issues.

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