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submitted on 20.12.2018 and posted on 21.12.2018by Buddini Karawdeniya, Y.M. Nuwan D.Y. Bandara, Julie Whelan, John Yacano, Marissa DeOliveira, Dana Neugent, Regina Bell, Jason Dwyer
Three video packages taken from on-camera interviews, discussion a range of topics from motivations for choosing careers in science, to discussions of the societal implications of scientific research.