Answer the question you selected for profile question 2 here (300 words):
Sometimes experiments just don't work or someone solves a problem before you have the chance to, which can be frustrating. Many people focus on the 'eureka!' moments in science but there is also a lot of failure involved. Any honest scientist will admit to having their share of difficulties. But failure, while perhaps frustrating, is not always a bad thing. Rather, it's the way we learn and move forward so that one day we can make that big discovery.