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Question: If you won the competition would it affect your job?
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Asked by Evita05 to Francis, Max on 16 Mar 2018.
answered on 16 Mar 2018:
In a positive way. It’s part of my job to do some “science outreach”, I’m encouraged to talk about my work to the public and not just to other scientists.
My work schedule is flexible so it’s not really a problem to find time for this.
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