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Well-established, senior scientists must be part of a willing educational and training process that begins when they accept folks into their laboratories. Image courtesy of Dave Cutler (artist).

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For decades, scientists have sought to find the “magic numbers” of protons and neutrons that form these especially stable nuclei. With computational power increasing, theorists have finally started working in parallel with experimentalists. Image courtesy of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and US Department of Energy.

Front Matter 2

The broader adoption of telepresence technologies could have a dramatic effect on science research and data collection, fundamentally changing the way scientists study natural systems. Image courtesy of Alex DeCiccio (Inner Space Center, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI).



Improving endoscopy for disease diagnosis
Pelham Keahey describes how differential structured illumination microendoscopy can improve cancer diagnosis.

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