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Profiles of Scientists and Engineers: Virtual Reality Scientist

The videos profile the careers of young people who are working on amazing projects that can potentially change the world or dramatically improve people’s lives.
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This video is one from a collection on science and engineering careers that are sure to inspire students about possibilities for their futures. The videos profile the careers of young people who are working on amazing projects that can potentially change the world or dramatically improve people’s lives. This particular video looks at a virtual reality scientist who works on creating large 3-D virtual models of nanoscale-size proteins and x-ray images, and on brain research studying a person’s navigational abilities.

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