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To make stuff better, we first need to figure out how it works

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Yubin Cui

Yubin Cui

Senior Public Relations Manager

Our new cartoon channel on YouTube is a celebration of science and an invitation for everyone to join the scientific community

Why do people believe in ghosts?
What do we know about life on this planet?
Are we really the most intelligent creatures out there? Maybe octopuses will outsmart us one day?
And what about life elsewhere in the universe?
The more questions we ask, the more we want to ask. The more we know, the more we realise we don’t.
And that’s a good start.
We all want to solve the mysteries of life. Increasing our understanding of the universe is a first step towards improving our lives and making the world a better place.
Huawei’s new YouTube channel is a small contribution to this great effort: a platform for sharing our knowledge; a place for science-lovers to connect; and the online home of a community of curious, critical-minded people.
Science, by definition, is open to everyone. It has no borders, because it can only advance through knowledge-sharing and collaboration – European researchers know a thing or two about that.
To help it advance, let’s make sure to keep an open mind, and to continue asking questions.

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