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Business Briefs

Colossal Biosciences, the Business Looking to Bring Back Woolly Mammoths, Raises $60 Million

Plus: David Pillsbury shares the latest on the ClubCorp Classic; Santander Consumer USA inks two partnerships; Envy Gaming works to promote gender equity in gaming; and more.
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Dallas History

Long Live the Science Place at Fair Park

How a new foundation is preserving the memories—and the mission—of the long-closed Dallas science museum.
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Appreciation

Betty Sitton, R.I.P.

My high school chemistry teacher died last week.
By Tim Rogers
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Movies

Matthew McConaughey Has Plans for You on Sunday

The mayor of Texas is participating in a live table read of the Dazed and Confused script.
By Tim Rogers
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Commercial Real Estate

Adapting to COVID-19 Means Technological Innovations

Younger Partners Greg Grainger shares just a few examples of how trends will impact how real estate works.
By Greg Grainger

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Bottom Up Economic Development

New Report Drives Home Dallas’ Internet Inequality Problem

Children are stuck learning at home, but what happens when 25 Percent of households with children in Dallas don’t have internet?
By Peter Simek
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Business

Texas’ High-Speed Train Takes Another Step Toward Reality

Texas Central signs preconstruction contract with Kiewit firm for $20B bullet train
Richard Margolin, Founder and CTO of Robokind
Personalities

Robokind Founder Richard Margolin Is a Master of Origami

And a master of the hexaflexagon.
By Sarah Wilson
Scientists Finding A Cure for Rose Rosette Virus
Business

Inside the North Texas Fight to Stop Rose Rosette

The area is ground zero for a virus that has cost horticulture industry $50 million over five years. But local scientists have created a solution that could end the disease.
By Jeff Bounds
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Science & Technology

UNT Student Cracks the Code in IBM’s ‘Master the Mainframe’ Competition

Anna McKee, the first woman in North America to win the worldwide programming competition, says she hopes more women will pursue tech careers.
By Alanis Quintero