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To celebrate our three journals going open access in January, we invited readers to share their moments of discovery in science. Here are two honorable mentions.
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Part 2: ‘Aha moments’ essay contest honorable mentions

To celebrate our three journals going open access, we invited readers to share their moments of discovery in science. Here are three honorable mentions.
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