High risk research

From Wikiversity
Jump to navigation Jump to search


High risk research involves conducting research that has a large potential reward, but also has a significant potential to fail or prove not-fruitful.

High risk research can include research and technologies that may only be theoretically possible and may in fact actually be impossible to create. Part of high risk research may include simply researching whether or not something is even actually possible.

Examples of high risk research[edit]

High risk research could include research related to some of the following.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]