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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

30 Second Science: Sue Barry

Video duration: 0:58

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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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

John Horgan: The Dangers of Hanging Out with Terrorists

John Horgan interviews an IRA terrorist and wonders if he's made a huge mistake.

2:09

John Horgan: The Dangers of Hanging Out with Terrorists

2:09

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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

John Horgan: There's Always Hope

John Horgan studies terrorists and finds nuance and complexity where others see only evil.

2:40

John Horgan: There's Always Hope

2:40

Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Nicole Prause: What Women (Don't) Need

Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Nicole Prause: What Women (Don't) Need

A bunch of men try to create a kind of "female viagra," but they forget to talk to women.

2:43

Nicole Prause: What Women (Don't) Need

2:43

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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Nicole Prause: Great Balls of Fire

Nicole Prause finally gets a Harley Davidson... and all hell breaks loose!

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Nicole Prause: Great Balls of Fire

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