Just chilling: Yale researchers share some of their coldest moments

In Reina Maruyama’s line of work, you can’t call yourself a real scientist until you’ve flirted with frostbite while scouting for subatomic particles at the South Pole.
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Graduate student Mengnan Zhao, shown here on an ice floe in the Arctic Circle. Behind her is a Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker. (Photo by Richard Krishfield / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute)
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