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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

30 Second Science: Michelle Thaller

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We give Michelle Thaller 30 seconds to describe her science, and she tells us where she came from. Michelle Thaller is an astronomer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. She loves to study binary stars and the life cycles of the stars. In her off-hours, Michelle often puts on about 30 lbs of Elizabethan garb and performs intricate Renaissance dances.

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Cynthia Erenas: A Big Change in the World

Cynthia Erenas dreams big, builds technology and challenges gender roles.

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Cynthia Erenas: A Big Change in the World

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Cynthia Erenas: cynthia.i.am

Cynthia Erenas connects with will.i.am and becomes a superstar teen roboticist.

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Cynthia Erenas: 30 Seconds on Building Your First Robot

We give Cynthia Erenas 30 seconds to offer tips on robot-building.

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Cynthia Erenas: 30 Seconds on Building Your First Robot

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Bisi Ezerioha: Zen and the Art of Automotive Maintenance

Bisi Ezerioha drives really, really fast to find his calm peaceful center.

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Bisi Ezerioha: Zen and the Art of Automotive Maintenance

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