The search for new knowledge. So deep, so complex, it is often done in pairs or groups. Could involve travel or stillness, obsessive planning or reckless experimentation, broad sampling or microscopic examination, disciplined analysis or far-flung theorizing. Our students do it (like, say, working with this Bruker NMR Spectrometer to develop new applications of MRI), share it (in publications and at conferences on and off campus), and use it as a springboard to graduate or professional work. See also the Ruhlman Conference (#05) and the micro-MRI accessory (#83).