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Meet the folks designing the future of mouse mazes

What makes a maze, anyway?
a maze

A maze isn't always just a maze.

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Shuhan He sees mazes everywhere—and found his second job making them. An emergency department resident in Boston, He also is the founder of Maze Engineers, a startup that makes bespoke mazes for research that uses mice and other animals.

He got into the game while getting his medical degree, when his neurology lab tasked him with improving the maze

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