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Corbyn Nchako: former Rockefeller research assistant, future doctor

Photos by Aimee Moraitis

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Scientists of New York: Latasha Wright

Scientists come from a huge variety of backgrounds and have so many different stories to tell. Through Scientists of New York (ScioNY), we hope to shatter stereotypes of what it means to be a scientist

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#FeeltheMath: finding a balance between passion and data

By Wiley Schubert Reed Photo: Bernie Sanders Rally @ RFK Stadium in Washington D.C., by Johnathan Comer Gravitational waves exist, climate change is real, and Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for President of

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Scientists of New York: David Yap

Scientists come from a huge variety of backgrounds and have so many different stories to tell. Through Scientists of New York (ScioNY), we hope to shatter stereotypes of what it means to be a

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Scientists of New York: Phillip Geter

Scientists come from a huge variety of backgrounds. Through Scientists of New York (ScioNY), we hope to change the stereotypical perceptions of what a scientist looks like and highlight the diversity of STEM professionals in

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Scientists of New York: Lizzy Hubin

Scientists come from a huge variety of backgrounds. Through Scientists of New York (SoNY), we hope to change the stereotypical perceptions of what a scientist looks like and highlight the diversity of STEM professionals in

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