Pose New Questions

Pose New Questions


Now that you've gone through the entire scientific process, it's time to start thinking about further research. Big science questions are seldom fully answered by just one investigation. That's why the scientific community relies on subsequent research to figure out as much as they can about the intricacies of nature.

That's why the scientific process never really ends, because there's no limit on how much you can learn. During your research, you may have come across new questions or aspects of your chosen subject that were outside the scope of your project. Additionally, you may have lingering questions in your original report but couldn't reach a conclusive answer within your timeframe. Think about all the questions your research raised and in what direction you want to take your next project

Alternatively, you can generate new research inquiries, or even modify your own questions, by exploring the research other students are conducting. Learn more about all the amazing science projects GLOBE students are creating with the links below: