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Scientist in immunology, both experimental and computational. Data socialist. Open source enthusiast. Coffee nerd.

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Hi there, I'm a 16-year-old student (nearly 17), and strive to learn new things every day, though I'm not really academically aligned (as I love to learn pretty much anything and everything), I do love psychology and astronomy. Government and politics also interest me, though my main goal is to become a psychologist one day. Nice to meet you all!

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PhD student in sea ice biogeochemistry. I am focusing on factors controlling solutes inside sea ice brines and hope to quantify solute behaviour by experiment. My MSc is in glaciology, so I consider myself a cryosphericist.

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As my bio says, I am an economist by education, IT engineer by trade and still lamenting that I didn't study physics instead. Currently working at a technomagickal makerspace on acid. Building the platforms and systems where others develop software for detector arrays and crunch the numbers that come out of the experiments at CERN and elsewhere. Sometimes I feel like I'm doing the most boring part of the work :)

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