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Gas Prices Are Complex, but Not Mysterious

Mackinac scholar explains the origins of gas prices. more

Fluorosis

Fluoridation of Water Not a Cut and Dried Matter

MichiganScience is a Mackinac Center quarterly magazine that helps meet the need for accurate and accessible information about the increasingly complex scientific issues confronting voters and lawmakers. The magazine reflects the idea that even the most technical scientific policy issues can be discussed with lively prose and compelling visuals.

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'Petoskey Stone': Michigan’s State Stone

MichiganScience is a Mackinac Center quarterly magazine that helps meet the need for accurate and accessible information about the increasingly complex scientific issues confronting voters and lawmakers. The magazine reflects the idea that even the most technical scientific policy issues can be discussed with lively prose and compelling visuals.

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MS2011-02

Hydraulic Fracturing

A look at the future of natural gas extraction.

MichiganScience is a Mackinac Center quarterly magazine that helps meet the need for accurate and accessible information about the increasingly complex scientific issues confronting voters and lawmakers. The magazine reflects the idea that even the most technical scientific policy issues can be discussed with lively prose and compelling visuals.

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MS2011-02

Raising a Stink

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Hitches Ride to Michigan

MichiganScience is a Mackinac Center quarterly magazine that helps meet the need for accurate and accessible information about the increasingly complex scientific issues confronting voters and lawmakers. The magazine reflects the idea that even the most technical scientific policy issues can be discussed with lively prose and compelling visuals.

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MS2011-02

Michigan Road Salt: What is it Costing Us?

MichiganScience is a Mackinac Center quarterly magazine that helps meet the need for accurate and accessible information about the increasingly complex scientific issues confronting voters and lawmakers. The magazine reflects the idea that even the most technical scientific policy issues can be discussed with lively prose and compelling visuals.

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MS2011-02

The Laboratory Library: Book Review

The Deep Black Pond (2010) by Morgan Kostival

Michigan suffers from an inability to attract and retain jobs. What many people don’t realize is that state-level regulatory reform may be one of the most important factors in reversing our job losses.

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Just the Facts

MichiganScience is a Mackinac Center quarterly magazine that helps meet the need for accurate and accessible information about the increasingly complex scientific issues confronting voters and lawmakers. The magazine reflects the idea that even the most technical scientific policy issues can be discussed with lively prose and compelling visuals.

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Field Trips

Local science museums host special programs and exhibits.

MichiganScience is a Mackinac Center quarterly magazine that helps meet the need for accurate and accessible information about the increasingly complex scientific issues confronting voters and lawmakers. The magazine reflects the idea that even the most technical scientific policy issues can be discussed with lively prose and compelling visuals.

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MS2011-02

By the Numbers

Beyond propaganda and rhetoric, numbers tell the real story.

MichiganScience is a Mackinac Center quarterly magazine that helps meet the need for accurate and accessible information about the increasingly complex scientific issues confronting voters and lawmakers. The magazine reflects the idea that even the most technical scientific policy issues can be discussed with lively prose and compelling visuals.

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