Hard to believe it has been seven years of IMMpress! With articles covering nutrition, innovation and science outreach, we have had many amazing articles discussing a wide range of topics written for both immunologists and non-immunologists alike. We continue to see new experiences and perspectives in our articles with our ever-expanding team, including 19 new contributors. We have had many exciting new initiatives, including a push towards more scientific outreach and online-exclusive content on our Blog page. With our Blog, students can share their thoughts and experiences within research and learning, as well as in everyday graduate life. Here is a recap of our year in numbers, and we can’t wait for the next!

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VR has already changed the world in every way, from medical training to how we view entertainment. As education moves online with the pandemic, how will VR change the classroom? Click the link below to find out! 🕹 https://t.co/g1uYViavAN
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The newest issue of IMMpress magazine is now out! This time, we delved into the world of technology in healthcare 🔬 Check it out and let us know what you think! https://t.co/HyBn12R6Fd
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One of few positive outcomes from this pandemic was the advent of mRNA vaccines. And with a rise in funding for this research, scientists can continue to improve this technology. Check out this article by @pu_annie to learn everything you need to know! https://t.co/2GtcexUBvl
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Check out the link in our below to read the newest IMMpress blog post! Our DOI undergrads Rahman and Aly did a great job on this one 🤩 https://t.co/yeTs2q6S7x
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Have you ever stopped to consider the obstacles and barriers faced by LGBTQ+ scientists? Take a minute to walk in someone else’s shoes, and read this insightful new article by Anthony Wong! https://t.co/crJa6Io8T4
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