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NEI: Ask a Scientist -- How did you become a scientist?

National Eye Institute video features Dr. Chris Thomas answering children's questions about how you can become a scientist and the variety of jobs they do.

NEI: Ask a Scientist -- What is an optical illusion?

National Eye Institute video features Dr. Matt McMahon presenting a fun example and explains how it plays tricks on our eyes.

NEI: Ask a Scientist -- Why did you become a scientist?

National Eye Institute video features Dr. Pat Becerra discussing why she became a scientist and encourages girls who are interested in science to pursue this interest.

NEI: Ask a Scientist -- What is Colorblindness?

National Eye Institute video features Dr. Sheldon Miller answering children's questions on colorblindness, whether it can be treated, and how people become color blind.



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