A discovery happens when somebody asks a question that nobody had posed before, or that it perhaps did not appear feasible by anyone else. We understand that up to 30% of all R&D projects in science/technology are a duplication of existing research. This is not only an economic loss but also a waste of human resources. To make useful discoveries, we are not technology constrained; the constraint is the researchers' failure to raise questions and find good problems for research. Therefore, we must prepare our researchers toward research by design as opposed to unfocused research. This book, Become A Scientist: Ask the Right Sequence of Questions written by an experienced academic/researcher is a guide on the effective use of schema of questions for research in science/technology. The methodology is illustrated using examples from famous discoveries. This is a ready-reference book for every research laboratory. It is hoped this book will be best used by research scholars and research supervisors alike. Scientists working for mission/futuristic projects would also be immensely benefited. Use of schemas of questions for data mining/data prospecting is also discussed.