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Progressive Pursuits to Prevent Professional Paresis, Text Slide 28 of 37

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Slide title: Ways in which Knowledge can be used

Slide words:
Member Institutes:
- University of California, Santa Cruz (Headquarters)
- University of California, Berkeley
- University of California, Irvine
- University of California, Los Angeles
- University of Chicago
- University of Houston
- University of Rochester
- Indiana University
- Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
- Montana State University
- California Institute of Technology

Slide images: Four photos -- the top two photos show planet Neptune seen without adaptive optics (left) and with adaptive optics (right); the bottom two photos show the cone mosaic in a human eye without adaptive optics (left) and with adaptive optics (right)

Image credit:
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Planet Neptune Without Adaptive Optics and With Adaptive Optics
Center for Adaptive Optics, UC-Santa Cruz NSF Science and Technology Center

Slide background image: An illustration titled "The Synapse Revealed" showing a neuron preparing to transmit a signal to its target

Slide background credit: Graham Johnson, Graham Johnson Medical Media

Design by: Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation

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