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July 01, 2005
Aimee Norton, NCAR's High Altitude Observatory • "Astronomy is a great way to study space without actually going there. It's fun to get new data, analyze graphs, and decipher the secrets of the Sun."
June 01, 2005
Fei Chen, NCAR's Research Applications Laboratory • When the Cultural Revolution ended, people started standing in line to buy textbooks to help their children catch up on schooling. Overnight, there was huge pressure to study, as universities reopened and competition for admissions resumed.
May 01, 2005
Amik St-Cyr, NCAR's Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences • St-Cyr solves problems at the intersection of math, physics, and computer science.
April 01, 2005
Christopher Davis, NCAR's Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Division • An expert in formation of hurricanes, Davis remembers being interested in weather as a child. He was especially fascinated by winter storms, and in high school he hung out at the local weather station, watching balloon launches.

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