Curiosity has always been a driving force of research. The need to know and to understand the world around us keeps us moving forward. Researchers are people who never stopped questioning, and their quest for answers have the power to change the world. Our latest illustrated history explores just some of the ways that curiosity leads to progress.
Want to learn more? When researching this graphic, we listened to a number of talks on the history of curiosity-driven research, like this one and this one, and read about biomimetic design, the history of medicine, electrons, and x-rays.
What’s your favorite curiosity-based discovery?
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