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The Variables Present: An Evening of Science Variety

Another evening of Science comedy

Trained in the 'dark arts' for the first time by the Institute's own Stan Strawbridge (Smith Lab) and Alisa Molotova (Franklin Lab) researchers Moyra Lawrence (Ghevaert Lab) and Will Bernard (Sinha Lab) took their first step into the world of science comedy.

Image credit: Michael Conterio

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