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MIT's Stefan Helmreich on his book "Alien Ocean"

When anthropologist Stefan Helmreich decided to study scientists who chase some of the world's smallest creatures in some of the world's most forbidding places, his research took an unexpected twist. An interview with Helmreich on why the ocean can be so "alien."

View the full story at http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2009/alien-ocean-0205.html

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