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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Susan Barry: Learning to See in 3-D

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Susan Barry is a neurobiologist and professor at Mt. Holyoke College. Born with crossed eyes, she only learned to focus them so she could see the world in three dimensions at the age of 48. She says that what she most loves about her work is that it's "optimistic."

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Janet Iwasa: Science Goes Hollywood

Janet Iwasa studies animation in Hollywood.

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Janet Iwasa: Science Goes Hollywood

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Janet Iwasa: Biologists with Movies in Their Heads

Janet Iwasa animates creates a beautiful way to communicate about the molecular world.

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Janet Iwasa: Biologists with Movies in Their Heads

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Danica McKellar: My First Kiss

Danica and Winnie both have thier first kiss on the set of "The Wonder Years".

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Danica McKellar: My First Kiss

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Danica McKellar: Math Doesn't Suck

Danica McKellar's first math book helps girls become BFFs with math.

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Danica McKellar: Math Doesn't Suck

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