Many scientists spend a lot of time thinking about their results and experiments and trying to plan the next creative breakthrough. Nathans shares the practices that he finds helpful in developing good ideas.
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About the Speaker
Jeremy Nathans is a Professor at Johns Hopkins University and an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Creativity in his lab focuses on the vertebrate visual system and pattern formation during development.
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