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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

30 Second Science: Sue Barry

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Susan Barry 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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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Kathy Reichs: Only for David Duchovny

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Kathy Reichs: Only for David Duchovny

Kathy Reichs gets bamboozled into appearing on an episode of "Bones".

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Kathy Reichs: Only for David Duchovny

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Kathy Reichs: She Couldn't Even Dissect a Frog

Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Kathy Reichs: She Couldn't Even Dissect a Frog

Kathy Reichs couldn't dissect a frog in high school, but writes "disgusting" episodes.

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Kathy Reichs: She Couldn't Even Dissect a Frog

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Kathy Reichs: Digging Up "Bones"

Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Kathy Reichs: Digging Up "Bones"

Kathy Reichs solves mysteries at work and creates mysteries in her novels and in "Bones".

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Kathy Reichs: Digging Up "Bones"

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Dame Stephanie Shirley: Kindertransport

Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Dame Stephanie Shirley: Kindertransport

Dame Stephanie is one of 10,000 Jewish children sent to live safe new lives in the the U.K

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Dame Stephanie Shirley: Kindertransport

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