Role of chance in scientific discoveries  

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The notion of chance is a common occurrence throughout the history of scientific discoveries such as Alexander Fleming's accidental discovery of penicillin in 1928, and the invention of the microwave oven by Percy Spencer in 1945, to name but a few.

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