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Speak Up For Science

We believe in inspiring discovery, sharing engaging learning experiences, and uncovering solutions for a better world. And on the anniversary of the March for Science, we invite you to join us in seeing that vision through.

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What Ancient Houses Tell Us About McMansions and Inequality

It’s not hard to tell rich neighborhoods from poor neighborhoods. Wealthy parts of town generally have nicer cars, clean, well-groomed lawns, and, most strikingly, giant sprawling mansions. It’s nothing new: across cultures, wealth and power have been tied to large homes for thousands of years.  

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