Broad interests reap benefits for science

  title={Broad interests reap benefits for science},
  author={Beth M. Adamowicz and Derrick Chong and C. Gutierrez and Jess Matz and E. Fer and E. O. Polat and H. Mackay and Ruwansha Galagedara and Alexandre Coste and Justina Pupkaite and A. Farnoud and Colin W. Murphy and Easton R. White and I. Rezi{\'c} and C. Hartzell and Allison Matia and M. Nicola and Kyle J Isaacson and Mehrgol Tiv and Aliyah M Weinstein and S. Ch'ng and Melissa Sweeney and Anna M. Lipkin and S. Chakraborty and Edmond Sanganyado and S. Anderson and N. Nguyen and T. Laisk and Brett Favaro},
  pages={24 - 26}
  • Beth M. Adamowicz, Derrick Chong, +26 authors Brett Favaro
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Science
  • We asked young scientists this question: How do broad interests benefit your science? Scientists with a variety of hobbies responded that their extracurricular activities have enhanced a wide range of skills, from creativity to communication to resilience. Many also mentioned the value of clearing 
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