Author – Claire Dederer
Publisher – The New York Times
Source – Article
HULKING over this bucolic college town like Frankenstein’s redoubt, the National Center for Atmospheric Research is a constant reminder that Boulder — party-loving college students and Olympic-caliber athletes aside — is at heart a science town.
More specifically it’s a hotbed of research on one of the scientific world–s most pressing issues: climate change. And it was probably inevitable that the topic would be harnessed by the town’s 35-year-old art museum.
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