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  • Why age in science doesn’t matter

    WGBH - 04/28/2017

    In science, youth is not the Holy Grail – despite what you might have heard about young geniuses.

    Laszlo Barabasi, a professor of network science at Northeastern University, says scientists may produce meaningful work earlier in their careers not because they’re smarter, but because they face more pressure to succeed.

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