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Science What can a newly discovered lab teach us about Thomas Jefferson?

A newly discovered but well-preserved chemistry lab designed by Thomas Jefferson offers clues about the process and importance of lab science in the early 1800s.

Workers renovating the University of Virginia Rotunda found a forgotten chemistry lab partly designed by Thomas Jefferson, which provides insight into the teaching of chemistry at the time. 

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