At science cafés across the country, members of the public meet informally with science experts to discuss the latest innovations over a drink.
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What happens when you put scientific instruments inside a former monastery? A museum to rival any other in Paris.
For thousands of years silk symbolized wealth and style. But in the 1930s DuPont gave Americans the next best thing.