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    Rights: The University of Waikato
    Published 1 May 2006 Referencing Hub media

    Jim Kaput from the University of California explains what makes a good scientist and what you need to do to be one.


    Te Aroha College: What kind of training do you need to work in Nutrigenomics

    Jim Kaput (The NCMHD Centre of Excellence for Nutritional Genomics)

    The most important thing, though, if you are really interested, is you pick your favourite topic - but learn how to think. And if you can learn how to think, then you could attack these problems. Because it’s not really rocket science we’re talking about. It’s just common sense, and the ability to take new information and look at it in a different way, which is what we claim all our scientists can do, right?