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When the pandemic moved lab classes fully remote, Ramón Torres-Isea, director of the Advanced Physics Laboratory and lecturer, graduate student instructors, and trained undergraduate assistants worked in the lab as proxies for students in their homes.
Take it from Dr. Klaus von Klitzing: an unexpected epiphany at 2 a.m. can lead to winning a Nobel Prize.
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