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Datuk Dr. Robert F. Inger published his first scientific paper in 1942 and hasn't looked back since. I'm inspired by his dedication to science, and his commitment to curiosity - and although it's impossible to cover his 74+ year career in a 10-minute video, I hope you'll take away the lesson I did: never stop asking questions and seeking answers!

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Thank you to Alan Resetar, Fui Lian, Rachel Grill, and Greg Mercer for their help in making this video possible. And to Dr. Inger, for being an inspiration to so many scientists and researchers around the globe: thank you for your work and legacy!

Read more about Dr. Inger: bit.ly/29uaTEN
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Producer, Writer, Creator, Host:
Emily Graslie

Editor, Graphics, Sound:
Sheheryar Ahsan

Camera:
Greg Mercer

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This episode is supported by and filmed on location at:
The Field Museum in Chicago, IL
(http://www.fieldmuseum.org)

And made possible with help from the Harris Family Foundation.
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