With its electron microscope, genetic sequencing machines and observatory, the Yokohama Science Frontier High School is equipped like no other. Will future scientists be inspired there, asks David Cyranoski.
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Cyranoski, D. Science education: Reading, writing and nanofabrication. Nature 460, 171–172 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/460171a