SN 10

  1. Shahzeen Attari
    Psychology

    Shahzeen Attari explores the psychology of saving the planet

    Merging psychology with engineering, Shahzeen Attari probes how people think about conservation, energy use and climate change.

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  2. Emily Balskus
    Life

    Emily Balskus uses chemical logic to study the microbiome

    Using chemistry to peer at the microbial world, Emily Balskus is revealing how microbes influence human health.

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  3. Ibrahim Cissé
    Genetics

    Ibrahim Cissé unlocks cells’ secrets using physics

    Biophysicist Ibrahim Cissé finds clues in raindrops and morning dew about how genes are activated.

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  4. Christopher Hamilton
    Earth

    Christopher Hamilton explores the architecture of other worlds

    Planetary scientist Christopher Hamilton uses Earth’s volcanic structures are a blueprint for how lava shapes other worlds.

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  5. Paula Jofré
    Astronomy

    Paula Jofré makes stellar connections

    Astrophysicist Paula Jofré is a galactic archaeologist, mapping out generations of stars.

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  6. Lisa Manning
    Health & Medicine

    Lisa Manning describes the physics of how cells move

    Physicist Lisa Manning probes how physical forces influence cell behavior in asthma and other conditions.

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  7. Joaquín Rodríguez-López
    Chemistry

    Joaquín Rodríguez-López designs batteries for a sustainable energy future

    Electrochemist Joaquín Rodríguez-López is finding better ways to store wind and solar power.

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  8. Anshumali Shrivastava
    Artificial Intelligence

    Anshumali Shrivastava uses AI to wrangle torrents of data

    Computer scientist Anshumali Shrivastava is designing programs that can handle torrents of information quickly and efficiently.

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  9. Douglas Stanford
    Quantum Physics

    Douglas Stanford probes the chaos inside black holes

    Theoretical physicist Douglas Stanford is linking some of the most massive objects known to the quantum realm.

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  10. Jenny Tung
    Animals

    Jenny Tung wants to know how social stresses mess with genes

    Evolutionary anthropologist Jenny Tung is untangling the many health effects of life as a social animal.

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  11. José Dinneny
    Plants

    José Dinneny rethinks how plants hunt for water

    Plant biologist José Dinneny probes the very beginnings of root development, which may have important implications for growing food in a changing climate.

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  12. Jennifer Dionne
    Physics

    Jennifer Dionne harnesses light to illuminate nano landscapes

    Nanophotonics research by materials scientist Jennifer Dionne could lead to improved drugs, cancer tests or invisibility cloaks.

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