By Joe Luna What do guinea pigs, gorgonzola cheese, and tap water have in common? No, you’re not about to have some bizarre meal. It’s a bit of a trick question, as they don’t really have anything in common. But if you were a French […]
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ABOUT THE INCUBATOR
The Incubator was originally started by Jeanne Garbarino, Joe Luna, and Jessica Wright in 2009. The name was inspired by a group of mallard ducks that find their way to the Rockfeller University every spring. These ducks travel not to a marsh, or a national park, but to a tiny patch of parkland within the densest urban area in the United States — Rockefeller University and our Faculty Club fountain.
The Incubator is now run by RockEDU Science Outreach. RockEDU’s collaborative and creative team of scientists, educators, and support staff engage with science as a relevant, human endeavor, and aim to foster a genuine connection with science in our society.