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Dartmouth project takes science to rural libraries

By Holly Ramer
Associated Press Writer / October 17, 2010
Boston Globe
Daniel Rockmore, who teaches math and computer science, and Marcelo Gleiser, who teaches physics and astronomy, recently were awarded $2.5 million from the National Science Foundation for a project designed to get people interested in the scientific process and how science affects their daily lives. The professors chose rural libraries as the setting because they often are the social centers of small towns far away from science museums.[Center for Rural Affairs ]

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