If you’ve been working with data or studying the effects of something for a long time, it’s not hard to see that you’re probably better at doing it than most people.

But there’s another side to this coin: the people who work in the sciences are really good at it.

A study from the University of Pennsylvania shows that researchers in the field are better at it than their peers at any other discipline, according to a study from Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan School of Management.

These are the people we talk about as “experts” and who you’d expect to be experts.

And we’d be remiss if we didn’t highlight the science and math they’re experts at.

And that’s why it’s such a shame that we don’t have a science and mathematics curriculum in schools.

The science and maths are a vital part of our education, and we need it in our jobs as well.

But the math we’re taught doesn’t match up to what we see on the screen, and that’s a big problem for science and engineering education.

We need to change the way we teach science and how we teach maths.

This article was originally published on the ABC News website.