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Ancient city of Teotihuacan in Mexico

Archaeology, at its heart, is about people. People who lived a very long time ago, and lived somewhat differently than us, but people nonetheless. So, although this is a story about a university’s archaeology lab at one of the greatest cities of the ancient world, it’s also a story about people, and the people who study them.

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ASU professor Lawrence Krauss in an image from the movie Salt and Fire
ASU professor puts the genius in 'evil genius' in new movie Arts and Entertainment Science ASU Origins Project College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
“Because water management is such a complex system, there are hundreds of ways it can be managed. There is no single or optimal path to water sustainability.” - Dave White, director of ASU’s Decision Center for a Desert City

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