Hi guys, welcome back to my 4th blog. Let’s get started!

What is the hardest part about gathering information?

The hardest parts of gathering information are finding reliable sources of information and staying organized with all the information you find. While this may seem like an easy task, it’s not. What I do is I find articles and print them up. Then I organized the articles according to topic or subject. This helps me when I want to go back a look at them.

Can you solve a problem without researching it?

You may be able to solve a problem if you have enough background information, but you may still need to do research to see if there have been any recent studies that can add to your knowledge. I personally think it’s always better to do research even if you think you can solve the problem.

How much information do you need to know before you get started?

Before you can start your experiment, you need to know if it is cost-effective, feasible, practical, and can be carried out safely. In order make get this information, you need to do thorough research on the topic.

Do you think it’s important for scientists to be organized?

Yes, I think it is very important to be organized. Being organized is a way in life as well as in research, to be able to find what you need and keep things manageable. This will help you in the planning and execution of your project. If you’re organized, you can quickly look up things you had questions about.

What role does research and gathering information play in coming up with a solution to your problem?

Research plays a very important role in coming up with a solution to a problem. Thorough research tells you what kinds of information already exist about the problem. Research may also tell you if this problem already has a solution. Research may answer important questions like if it feasible, cost-effective, practical, and if it’s needed.

Again thank you guys for tuning in I can’t wait to see you again on my 5th blog

~ Daniel