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Science educator Brindha Muniappan | Meeting the minds

She translates science for the masses

Brindha Muniappan, a health science educator at Boston's Museum of Science, describes difficult concepts to lay audiences by asking herself, 'How can I explain this to my mom?' Brindha Muniappan, a health science educator at Boston's Museum of Science, describes difficult concepts to lay audiences by asking herself, "How can I explain this to my mom?" (SUZANNE KREITER/GLOBE STAFF)
By Andrew Rimas
Globe Correspondent / May 21, 2007

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A doctorate in genetic toxicology doesn't have to mean a life squirreled away among test tubes. That's the lesson in the career of Brindha Muniappan, a health science educator at Boston's Museum of Science. (Full article: 666 words)

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