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Kaytee Smith 20 Apr 16
I have to thank Gary Larson & Bill Bryson for being my .
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Full-Frontal Nerdity 20 Apr 16
My was a crush on Albert Einstein.
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Bridget Borce 23 Apr 16
My happened at age 23. Quit my dead-end job, went back to school, and realized I had more to offer in this world!
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STEMLORD 20 Apr 16
Hugely enjoying on . For more science origin stories, head over to
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Susan Finkbeiner 21 Apr 16
My was growing up collecting insects in Illinois prairies and Wisconsin forests
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Maria 23 Apr 16
My was paper airplanes, electronics kits, chemistry sets, and library books about space!
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Abigail_J_C 23 Apr 16
As a kid my mom showed me the microbe filled water from the pool cover under her microscope.
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Patrick Donabedian 23 Apr 16
Ms. Frizzle, Bill Nye, Dexter's Laboratory, PBS physics and biochemistry programs
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Ed Morris 21 Apr 16
My was a pair of rubber boots, a creek, & a dipnet. But most of all, it was encouraging parents.
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Mónica Feliú-Mójer 20 Apr 16
My was the farm I grew up in. Surrounded by nature, I wanted to understand how it worked.
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Dr. Anne Estes 20 Apr 16
my was Wrinkle in Time, science fairs, and playing in the creek in our yard.
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Natalie Glines 23 Apr 16
My : the Boston aquarium, science fairs, camping, and rock collecting.
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Aly Baumgartner 23 Apr 16
My was visiting as a kid. That's when I decided I wanted to be a paleontologist. It's been 20 years and I still do!
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Jason Rasgon 23 Apr 16
I wanted to be a scientist since I was a toddler. I don't know why; no one in my family had any science background
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Joe Wells 20 Apr 16
-Curiosity/ search for facts -Rejection of status quo -Knowing "facts" change -Avoiding biases & Pre-K!
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Revolver Ogata 23 Apr 16
? Watching Sailor Moon got me interested in astronomy and geology. Never underestimate the power of fiction.
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Sara Turner 23 Apr 16
I honestly got hooked because my HS chemistry textbook was brand new and had beautiful pictures
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Chet Sherwood 23 Apr 16
My was a childhood fascination with "Planet of the Apes"
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Clari Burrell 22 Apr 16
My was growing up watching all the David Attenborough nature documentaries.
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Charon Henning will be at Dragon*Con🎨 23 Apr 16
A field paleontologist who looked at my art and suggested I should get involved in Scientific Illustration provided my
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