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"Initially, as a researcher in residence at SAT, I will conduct  a series of experimental high-resolution (both 2 and 3 dimensional) scans of chemically cleared and dyed preserved deformed frogs and toads, facilitated by a local University's Imaging Department. The intention of this process is digitally capture the incredible finite detail of complex cellular walls inherent to malformation."
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Initially, as a researcher in residence at SAT, I will conduct  a series of experimental high-resolution (both 2 and 3 dimensional) scans of chemically cleared and dyed preserved deformed frogs and toads, facilitated by a local University�s Imaging Department. The intention of this process is digitally capture the incredible finite detail of complex cellular walls inherent to malformation.
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"Initially, as a researcher in residence at SAT, I will conduct a series of experimental high-resolution (both 2 and 3 dimensional) scans of chemically cleared and dyed preserved deformed frogs and toads, facilitated by a local University's Imaging Department. The intention of this process is digitally capture the incredible finite detail of complex cellular walls inherent to malformation."


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