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What is serendipity and how does it related to science?

Serendipity is essentially "accidental innovation." Basically, when someone comes up with a good idea by accident. An example can be when some producers of at a tire company a (MORE)

What does serendipity mean?

Serendipity is the act of making a discovery by accident. The  meaning of serendipity has expanded in modern usage to include  generally fortunate accidents.   John Cusa (MORE)
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What is a serendipity?

  A serendipity is a pleasant, unexpected happening. It's like seeing a rainbow when it's raining.
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What is the opposite of 'serendipity'?

Zemblanity: (1) the occurrence of unhappy or unfortunate events by chance; (2) an unintended but unfortunate result of an action. Coined in 1998 by novelist William Boyd in hi (MORE)

Serendipity in a sentence?

When many things happen at once, randomly, you can call it  serendipity. Serendipity fell on the girl and she won the lottery  and a car.
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What role does serendipity play in science?

its an accidental discovery or invention that turned out to be  useful! for example the sticky note. people were trying to make a  sticky enhesive but instead they got a les (MORE)