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Welcome Huy Nguyen to study space genetics!

Huy is excited to look at the effects of extreme stresses, including zero gravity and desiccation, on chromatin nanostructure in human cells. This is especially thrilling as it will get us, as a human race, one step closer to being able to explore other planets and deeper regions of the Universe.

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