This goes out to Will Redman (ISP ’14). This summer Will, an NYU Undergrad, will be working with Dr. Antoine Cerfon at the Courant Institute on a project dealing with nuclear fusion & design strategies for tokamaks (reactors designed to control nuclear fusion) and with future ambition to work on projects surrounding uranium enrichment processes. In addition to this, he has spent the past few summers working at Princeton University, in the lab of Thomas Gregor, PhD. (Laboratory for the Physics of Life). The Gregor lab “is interested in problems at the interface of physics and biology”. Will worked on projects that aimed to answer questions regarding the influence that topologically close neighbors have on each other in early gene expression pattern forming.