Science getting lost in aesthetics focus

In our society scientific endeavour is becoming dangerously unfashionable. University departments are being closed and fewer students are choosing science-based subjects at school. We are in an age of ambiguity where expressing ideas, however easily reached, is more saleable than the hard graft involved in acquiring knowledge and establishing certainties.

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