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  1. Cells in Computers - Jonathan Karr, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

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    Toward Whole-cell Models for Engineering and Medicine Jonathan Karr, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai A central challenge in biology is to understand how phenotype arises from genotype.…

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    • Biomimickry/Biomimetics - Jeffrey Karp Harvard Medical School IBrigham Women's Hospital

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      Next-Gen Bio-inspired Tissue Adhesive Technologies Jeffrey Karp Harvard Medical School IBrigham Women's Hospital Unfortunately there has not been significant innovation to provide effective…

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      • Origami-Paper Folding and Its Generalization - Thomas Hull, Western New England University

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        Modern Origami Theory Thomas Hull, Western New England University Origami,the art of paper folding, is by nature a combination of mathematics and physics. Whenever we fold a piece of paper into…

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        • Slow Slip Earthquakes - Laura M. Wallace, University of Texas at Austin

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          Geodesy’s Pivotal Role in Understanding the Causes and Consequences of Slow Slip Events: an Example from New Zealand Laura M. Wallace, University of Texas at Austin Data from continuously…

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          • Slow Slip Earthquakes - Zhigang Peng, Georgia Institute of Technology

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            Remote Triggering of Slow Slip Earthquakes Zhigang Peng, Georgia Institute of Technology One of the most exciting findings in earthquake sciences in the past decade is the discovery of slow-slip…

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            • Slow Slip Earthquakes - David Shelly, U.S. Geological Survey

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              Slow Slip Earthquakes David Shelly, U.S. Geological Survey Over the past decade and half, tremendous progress has been made in understanding the broad spectrum of fault slip, including the processes…

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              • Black Holes - Tuan Do, University of Toronto

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                Waiting for Fireworks at the Center of our Galaxy Tuan Do, University of Toronto Observations of the center of the Milky Way has taught us a great deal about what lies at the heart of galaxies.…

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                • Black Holes - Jason Dexter, University of California, Berkeley

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                  Imaging a Black Hole Jason Dexter, University of California, Berkeley Once thought to exist only as a mathematical curiosity of Einstein's general relativity, black holes from the mass of…

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                  • Black Holes - Daryl Haggard, Amherst College

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                    An Astrophysical Laboratory in the Milky Way’s Galactic Nucleus Daryl Haggard, Amherst College A supermassive black hole (SMBH) lurks at the heart of every massive galaxy, including our…

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                    • Brain Connectome - Hari Shroff, National Institutes of Health

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                      A Dynamic Atlas of Neurodevelopment for Understanding How the Living Connectome is Built Hari Shroff, National Institutes of Health The roundworm C. elegans is renowned for its invariant cell…

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                      • Brain Connectome - Aravinthan Samuel, Harvard University

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                        Using Connectomes to Dissect Brain and Behavior in C. Elegans and Drosophila Aravinthan Samuel, Center for Brain Science and the Department of Physics, Harvard University Rapid advances in…

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                        • Self-Healing Polymers - Zhenan Bao, Stanford University

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                          Self-Healing Conductive Materials and Their Use In Lithium Ion Battery to Enable More Stable Battery Electrodes Zhenan Bao, Stanford University The ability to spontaneously repair damage, which…

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