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Young Scientists: Choose What Is Important

It is always better to go for important problems instead of dull, useless problems no one cares about.

Conventional advice tells us to follow our passion, but it is better to go for gold, tackling the crucial issues. Once we are in the process, it will become something we are passionate about.


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