Answer the question you selected for profile question 3 here (300 words):
Very early on, you learn that your experiments and studies rarely go to plan. Often, the experiment or study completely fails, or the results you get don't make any sense with respect to your original expectations. This can be disheartening, and frustrating at times, especially when you are very keen to learn the answer to your question, but also can present new opportunities. A lot about science, and doing research, is being able to respond to this situations, and learn from them. When you have that in mind, it can actually be quite fun and exciting to challenge yourself to pursue different avenues of answering your question, or even recognizing that the results from your "failed" study presented new questions to follow.