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25-Jan-2020 23:30

These aren't your typical lab coat-wearing, messy-haired brainiacs — with the exception that they're all pretty brain-y.

Some of the people who made our list are rising stars.

was created with footage from the one-hour television special, "Rick Steves' Iran: Yesterday and Today." Aside from minor changes, the first half of the special's script, below, serves as the script for this episode.

Hi, I'm Rick Steves — in what just might be the most surprising and fascinating land I've ever visited. To enjoy a rich and fascinating culture, to get to know a nation that's a leader in its corner of the world — and has been for 2,500 years, and to better understand the 70 million people who call this place home.

Early in the afternoon of June 26, Pooya Mohseni came to a decision.

It wasn’t one she took lightly, even though it seemed almost casual to find herself typing the words out on Facebook.

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The book, his first full-length work to be published in English, is strikingly layered; a metafictional novel set in contemporary Iran whose chief protagonists are not only the titular lovers Sara and Dara, but also the author and a censor at the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance.It's hard to make microbes, telescopes, and math calculations appear sexy.But we found 50 scientists who pull it off fabulously.In his review for the “thoroughly persuades the reader that a novel about censorship could not help also being a novel about fiction-making; and it thus brings a political gravity to a fictive self-consciousness sometimes abused by the more weightless postmodernism.” In advance of his visit to the University of Iowa, I interviewed Mandanipour over webcam.For a writer caught between America and Iran, it seemed important that we spoke during a moment of transition.

The book, his first full-length work to be published in English, is strikingly layered; a metafictional novel set in contemporary Iran whose chief protagonists are not only the titular lovers Sara and Dara, but also the author and a censor at the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance.

It's hard to make microbes, telescopes, and math calculations appear sexy.

But we found 50 scientists who pull it off fabulously.

In his review for the “thoroughly persuades the reader that a novel about censorship could not help also being a novel about fiction-making; and it thus brings a political gravity to a fictive self-consciousness sometimes abused by the more weightless postmodernism.” In advance of his visit to the University of Iowa, I interviewed Mandanipour over webcam.

For a writer caught between America and Iran, it seemed important that we spoke during a moment of transition.

In Iran, no matter what you are writing, your work as a dissident and not as a pen-mercenary would be political.