Hope Jahren

geobiologist

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Geobiologist and author of Lab Girl

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Biologist Hope Jahren has studied plants for more than two decades, but the seeds of her love of science were planted early.

'Lab Girl': What Plants Can Teach Us About Life

Biologist Hope Jahren has studied plants for more than two decades, but the seeds of her love of science were planted early.

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