We are experimental researchers who love building instruments and doing science. The importance of experiments (in science) can be well described with Richard Feynman’s words-
We look for a new law with following process- First, we guess it! Then, we compute the consequences of the guess (to see what if the law we guessed is right, what it would imply). And then, we compare those computation-results to nature (or we say compare to experiment or experience). If it disagrees with experiment, it’s (the law is) wrong. In that simple sentence is the key to Science!
Experiments offer another dividend viz. a deeper understanding of the nature. Therefore, an approach of learning such as ‘learning by doing things with hands’, is quite rewarding.
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