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Question: how long have you been a scientist for
Asked by 342nbeq32 to David on 15 Mar 2019.
answered on 15 Mar 2019:
I graduated from university in 2016, and this is also when I started doing research (first as a Masters student, now in my PhD) – so about 3 years!
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