Jennifer Schloss is working on her graduate degree in physics at MIT and a researcher at Harvard. She is working to develop a new imaging tool for neuroscience using atomic-scale impurities in diamond crystals, which can sense the tiny magnetic fields produced by firing neurons. Outside the lab, she enjoys rock climbing and experimenting in the kitchen.

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