.but there is a problem!! I'll start with Engineering, I would probably chose aerospace or electrical engineering(concentration on robotics/AI)...Maybe robotic spacecraft. Engineering seems too applied for me. I like to be on the absolute cutting edge, and I am afraid if I go into Engineering, I will be working with older technologies and won't be able to make the best thing possible. I am also afraid research would be limited in Engineering. So look for a more theoretical study such as Physics,especially Astrophysics or High Energy Physics.I like a lot of things about physics, cutting edge, teamwork yet independent,I like research alot. But I don't like one thing. As much as I love research and such,not applying something new would frustrate me. For example say I am in aerospace engineer and we are building a new satellite or probe.I would feel incomplete just to leave it after it launch, I would like to "control" it and analyze the data as well. So basically I am looking for a mix between theoretical and applied sciences. is there such a thing?