Dec. 5, 2023, 5:35 a.m. | /u/oa97z

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I am wondering if there are any research labs left that still do exploratory research. Most of the places I observe are moving towards less exploratory work and more towards specific agenda research. I think this discourages the fun/exploratory type of research, which usually leads to novel discoveries. I did this type of research during my PhD and now I am stuck in a large R&D lab which has a mandate to work on specific things. Which labs would you …

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