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This Scientist Made Superhero Headlines. Why Doesn’t That Happen More Often?

National Geographic Society Newsroom writes:

Andrew Baker is the guy that rescues corals with his bare hands from the evils of industry. A recent article on National Geographic News featured him doing just that. Of course, as a scientist myself, I know Andrew through his alter ego: a renowned scientist unlocking the secrets of coral adaptation. But for those following the news in summer 2014, Baker took a stand against wasteful coral destruction and became professor-turned-superhero. All sorts of local and national news outlets picked up the story.

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