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Battelle has been around for almost 100 years, but how did it grow from one building in 1929 into the world's largest private nonprofit research and development institute? And how did it get involved in STEM education? And what even is STEM education?

And why is filling up your apartment with sulfur fumes an important step towards inventing the Xerox copier?

Listen for answers to those questions and more - before we meet the students.

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If you're curious, check out the entire interview with Chester Carlson at the Xerox website!

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