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Ed Synakowski’s love for research started at a young age, when he got his first telescope and was able to explore the skies. He found seeing things firsthand much more exciting than just reading about them or even watching the moon walk on television. . After earning his bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and his doctorate at the University of Texas at Austin, both in physics, Synakowski’s esteemed career included leading the Fusion Energy Sciences Program at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California and holding a number of roles at Princeton University’s Plasma Physics Laboratory. Most recently, he served as associate director of science for fusion energy sciences at the U.S. Department of Energy. Recently, he was named the University of Wyoming’s vice president for research and economic development. . “We’re all viewing the same problems but with different tools at our disposal to address them,” says Ed. “With partnering, we can create a complete toolkit. The kind of challenge we’re dealing with in the state of Wyoming is one of diversifying the economy, which demands all hands on deck and can only effectively be addressed with such partnerships from the different players.”

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