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It belongs. The Linus Pauling Science Center is right at home on the campus of Oregon State University. Square. Brick. Red. It’s another complementary color against the evergreen backdrop of well-watered Oregon. And it’s new, that much you can tell. But it’s almost identical to the other buildings on campus. The thing you notice most about the Linus Pauling Science Center is how it doesn’t stand out. On the outside. The inside, well, that’s different. Pull open any of the doors and you’re invited into a modern, bustling center for learning and discovery. Everything is blonde wood, glass, and openness. A few steps in and you’ve completely left the feeling of conformity behind and replaced it with the energy of innovation. It could be the fact that the building is new. The Linus Pauling Science Center (LPSC) only opened for business in October 2011. It could be the millions spent crafting the perfect environment for science — with a chunk of that money coming from USANA, earning us a prominent place on the donor list. Or it could be the science being done on each of the building’s four floors.