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Korado Korlević: a Genious of STEM Education

An astronomer, an educator, a social critic, and someone who is urging us to just look up.

Source: Korado Korlević, with permission

A girl appears on a TV screen saying:

“In our experiment, we are cloning bacteria. We actually don’t need to clone the entire cell, only a selected

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Marjan Krebelj

Marjan Krebelj

Once an architect, now a freelance filmmaker/photographer with a small vegetable garden on the side. I run marathons too.

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