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Scientists' struggles inspire students
Science suffers from an image problem. Many students see the subject as too difficult and they think scientists are aloof boffins with big brains.
A new study out of Taiwan tests the benefits of teaching high-school physics pupils about the struggles of eminent physicists - Galileo, Newton and Einstein.
Read more on our Research Digest.
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