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MIT photographer Felice Frankel has been teaching the importance of images to an unlikely crowd: scientists.
September 1, 2005

For more than a decade, photographer Felice Frankel, a research scientist in the School of Science at MIT, has been teaching the importance of images to an unlikely crowd: scientists. Her message: thinking about how to visually communicate advances scientific understanding. Frankel has collaborated with a diverse group of researchers, including chemists, materials scientists, and biologists. Her images have frequently appeared on the covers of leading journals, including Science and Nature.


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