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GT s Interaction Pathway


Every month, GT editors dig themselves out from a pile of press releases and notes scrawled on scraps of paper — many of them documenting scientists’ moves from one organization to another. This month, we thought it would be fun to map out recent changes in people’s paths. To complete the interaction pathway below, match the name from the list to its correct place in the pathway. Warning: one person moved twice.

Answers appear below.


1 Philippe Bogard

2 Ned Barnholt

3 Rebecca Caffrey

4 David Cooper

5 Stephen DeFalco

6 Joe Donahue

7 Thure Etzold

8 Paulette Gray

9 Trevor Hawkins

10 Christian Henry

11 Andre Hoekema

12 Vikram Jog

13 Scott Kahn

14 Timothy Kish

15 Robert Negm

16 Paul Smith

17 Staf Van Reet

18 Michael Venuti

19 David Weber

ANSWERS: A-1; B-9; C-5; D-19; E-13; F-14; G-10; H-16; I-3; J-2 ; K-4; L-11;; M-17; N-7; O-6; P-12; Q-18; R-8; V-15; W-15

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