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Steph Yin, Brown University - Environmental Science major, research assistant in a marine ecology lab, and aspiring science writer. In my free time, I bake, read comic books, and drum in a Japanese drumming (taiko) troupe. 
Musings about science (mostly biology) at my blog, Ink Chromatography!

Steph Yin, Brown University - Environmental Science major, research assistant in a marine ecology lab, and aspiring science writer. In my free time, I bake, read comic books, and drum in a Japanese drumming (taiko) troupe. 

Musings about science (mostly biology) at my blog, Ink Chromatography!

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