I am a Materials Science undergraduate, and love it! But I'm looking for something to get passionate about. Nothing fulfilling enough has caught my attention, although I have some promising leads. I've currently hit a wall in my search. Can you help me? My leads: -Thin films. A study-for-fun on enamel led me to choosing thin films as my grad study. They are interesting, useful, and have an inner technological beauty. However, I am stuck on what I can do further than the regular studies (which takes all the magic away...it looks like their quantic properties gain the main research interest, and it's not my area). -I am getting increasingly interested in neuroscience and the human mind. However, I haven't found a connection with my science yet. Also, I'm interested in kinetic studies for robotic-or other-applications. But I don't think I can find a research team to get in, or to go far by myself (I'm broke -_-). Another "biological" direction is biomimetics, but I'm a little new to it... can it be a main research direction, or is it simply extra inspiration? -Other topics I've enjoyed were electronics, composite materials, smart materials, superconductors, health structure monitoring, and materials of alternative energy sources. -The perfect study subject would have these characteristics: inspiring one to explore new possibilities and solve problems, instead of being too technical, or having loose ends that only the "great masters" can realize. Also, having lab-testing potential instead of being solely theoretic-I love getting my hands on experiments! Thirdly, not having the whole world's scientists already working on it (like solar cells...) Finally, my brain runs on structural analyses rather than complex maths, so I'd love being able to utilize my "visual" way of thinking. I'm good at stuff like Electronics and Biomaterials, but weak at Probabilities and Quantum Mechanics (although I liked probabilities...) Thank you in advance!!! I really need some suggestions about where can I look next, I'm open to any suggestion!!!