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A Portrait of the Scientist as a Young Artist

[ 1 ] July 1, 2010 | Ben Ehrlich

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  1. Jen Erickson says:

    This is a beautifully written piece that takes you by the hand and weaves a story that takes a subject that is academic science and gives it a human portrait. Passionate intellect.

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