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    Jumping down rabbit holes for a 3.5-Ångstrom peek at molecules.

    • Vivien Marx
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    “We demand rigidly defined areas of doubt and uncertainty!” —D. Adams

    • Bernhard Voelkl
    • , Hanno Würbel
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    Creativity, passion, inclusion and a targeted way to study circular RNAs.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A soccer striker and his ion channel rescue tools.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Neurochemistry sensors for brain research and life with a collaborative frame of mind.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Frugally built technology to study the ocean’s microbes, and engineering for societal good.

    • Vivien Marx
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    “I have no idea what’s awaiting me, or what will happen when this all ends. For the moment I know this: there are sick people and they need curing.” ―Albert Camus, The Plague

    • Katriona Shea
    • , Ottar N. Bjørnstad
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    A new way to see actin in action, hearing as others don’t, and saved by the guitar.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A platform for exploring GPCR secrets, powered by community, music and sports.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A yellow fluorescent sensor to study the brain, and the joy and pain of climbing.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A better base editor with fewer off-target changes, from a die-hard Manchester United fan.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Identifying things small and large in one mass spec experiment, and why persistence matters.

    • Vivien Marx
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    “Every day sadder and sadder news of its increase. In the City died this week 7496; and of them, 6102 of the plague. But it is feared that the true number of the dead this week is near 10,000 ....” —Samuel Pepys, 1665

    • Ottar N. Bjørnstad
    • , Katriona Shea
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    Analyzing cleared tissue with a deep-learning pipeline, and why dreaming is good for science.

    • Vivien Marx
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    How joy and wide-ranging curiosity leads to neurobiology tools for new types of questions.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A love of math and biology comes together with a SPARK.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Moving athletically, from Turkey to California to Wisconsin and from engineering to the biostatistics of Hi-C.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A machine-learning competition in microscopy and the fun of gazing into the night sky.

    • Vivien Marx