Susan Celniker (seated) and Bill Fisher, fruit fly experts at the Laurence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, find important science by studying thousands of tiny flies stored in vials next to their microscope.
Susan Celniker (seated) and Bill Fisher, fruit fly experts at the Laurence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, find important science by studying thousands of tiny flies stored in vials next to their microscope. LBNL / MCT
Susan Celniker (seated) and Bill Fisher, fruit fly experts at the Laurence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, find important science by studying thousands of tiny flies stored in vials next to their microscope. LBNL / MCT

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