When you should trust a scientist

Marcia McNutt, Editor-in-Chief of Science, talks about her childhood at the Emerging Researchers National Conference in Washington D.C. 
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Surviving solitary confinement

"A canvas painted by Venezuela's president, Hugo Chávez, when he was in prison after his failed 1992 coup attempt has sold at auction for $255,000. Photograph: Reuters" - the Guardian
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Building and branding a student

An interview with Xyla Foxlin.
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In this interview with Xyla Foxlin, sophomore at Case Western University, I want to explore the budding engineer's philosophy and perspective of education. Throughout her life, Xyla has made innovative achievements both academically and personally. She's cultivated a purpose for herself while confronting questions and challenges, including the value of a college education and the intersection of engineering and art.