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There are times when the "engineer in every scientist" comes out to play, says Benchfly's Carlton Hoyt. Researchers are always tweaking and refining their methods and tools to make them more efficient, but there are times when the idea isn't easy to act on. For example, everyone has ideas for completely new tools, but not everyone can build them themselves.

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