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_46W3556amy2.jpg AMY GUIP, who illustrated the cover and lead story, says she was fated to become an artist when, as a kindergartner in Sewickly, Pa., she created an abstract image that won a library art contest and mention in the local paper. After graduating from the University of Syracuse with a B.A. in fine arts, she headed to New York City to work as an illustrator. Incorporating photography into her work, she produced intriguing, conceptual images that conveyed tone and message. Her reputation spread in 1996 when she created advertising images for the Broadway hit Rent. Four years later, she earned the Life magazine Alfred Eisenstaedt award for outstanding photography. Her clients have included Nike, Coca-Cola, MTV, HBO, Levis, Newsweek, the New York Times, Rolling Stone, ESPN, Universal Music Group, Random House, Nestle, Nesquik, Adobe, Hewlett Packard and IBM. She has a daughter, Bella, 8, and a son, Roman, 6.

Kev JenkinsBOYCE RENSBERGER, who wrote our cover story on President Obama's research-and-development agenda, has been a science journalist for four decades. Besides working at the New York Times, Washington Post, and Detroit Free Press, he was head writer of the PBS science series for children, 3-2-1-Contact!, senior editor of Science 81-Science 84, a magazine published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and director of the Knight Science Journalism Fellowships at M.I.T., where he also taught science journalism. He has written four books, most recently Life Itself: Exploring the Realm of the Living Cell, twice won the top AAAS award for science writing, and has been both an Alicia Patterson Fellow in East Africa and a Science Writing Fellow at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass. He holds a B.S. in zoology and journalism from the University of Miami and an M.S. in mental health communications from Syracuse.




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